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2010 NRA Director candidate questionnaire
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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... "Right off, I see they're telling us to vote for, among others, Joaquin Jackson." ...
 

VPC invents bizarre new justification to ban 'assault weapons'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The rabidly anti-gun Violence Policy Center (VPC), which sometimes criticizes the Brady Campaign for not being anti-gun enough, has released another of it's 'studies.' This one covers familiar territory for the VPC, being one of many of its calls for a federal ban of so-called 'assault weapons'--defined vastly more expansively than the 1994 ban." ...

"So now to the current 'study' ... The intent, evidently, is to illustrate a growing rate of 'assault weapon' violence' since the expiration of the 1994 AWB. The VPC's problem is that in the two year period over which the study was conducted, there was no such increase." ...
 

WaPo Defends Rationing of Gun Rights: One Gun a Month Is Enough, Virginia!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Print newspapers are an ecological nightmare, what with the trees felled to make them, the fossil fuels burned to print and then deliver them, and the tons of unrecycled paper ..."

"As such, do newspapers really need to print everyday? Isn't once a week, say Sunday, ... enough for most people? Surely such a law wouldn't unduly infringe on the freedom of the press, while doing wonders to save the environment. Indeed, making sure newspapers can print only once a week, or better yet, once a month, may actually save lives!"

"Of course I'm being facetious ..."

"Yet when it comes to gun rights, the Washington Post is of the opinion that rationing law-abiding citizens' Second Amendment rights is wholly legitimate." ...
 

Gun rights becoming mainstream
Submitted by: Daniel White
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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"Not that long ago, many citizens choosing to carry defensive arms were forced to do so illegally at their own peril. Gun control ran rampant in this country as a result of liberal viewpoints run amok in the sixties and seventies. As a result of the gun control experiment, crime ran rampant and the citizenry was easy pickings for the criminals who had no qualms about breaking the law to be armed." ...
 

Ms. Marion P. Hammer Protects the Second Amendment -- With Dedication, Passion and Skill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Marion P. Hammer has an outstanding history of service to the NRA and of protecting Second Amendment rights. Ms. Hammer is up for re-election to the NRA Board."

"Marion Hammer is a Past President of the [NRA]. In 1995, she became the first woman President in the Association's 125 year history. She lead NRA through some of it’s darkest days — protecting the NRA from those who would tear it down from within and helping hold the line against anti-gun US President Bill Clinton."

"Among her many awards, she received the National Safety Council's 'Outstanding Community Service Award for 1993' for creating NRA’s Eddie Eagle gun safety program for children. The program has now been taught to 22 million children." ...
 

Safer Streets 2010: The L.A. Times gets an 'A'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Go to the head of the class. Wow, what a piece this time."

"This week's gun ban case McDonald v. Chicago will be, as I pointed out last week, a case where self-rule itself is on trial. Last week, I said, at its heart, McDonald is about self-rule v. city rule."

"Today's Los Angeles Times has an Op-Ed piece A Bill of rights battle. It's a headline aptly named. The editorial board writes, 'For us the choice is clear: The Bill of Rights should apply to the whole country.'"

Agreed."

"But it is the last line that says it all after a well articulated background on the case;" ...
 

Ohio at odds with Cleveland and Columbus in major gun case
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray and the city of Cleveland are at odds -- again -- over gun regulation, this time in a potentially groundbreaking gun-rights case before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday."

"Cordray's position in support of the Second Amendment right to bear arms could ultimately make it tougher for cities to pass and enforce highly restrictive, local gun-control laws. If the high court agrees with positions taken separately by Corday and the National Rifle Association, it could 'handcuff' the ability of Cleveland, Columbus and cities nationwide to respond to gun-related violence, the cities' attorneys contended in a legal filing." ...
 

The Second Amendment's Reach
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two years ago, the Supreme Court struck down parts of the District of Columbia's gun-control law. On Tuesday, the court will consider whether that decision should apply everywhere in the country, not just in the federal territory of the nation's capital."

"We disagreed strongly with the 2008 decision, which took an expansive and aggressive view of the right to bear arms. But there is an even broader issue at stake in the new case: The Supreme Court’s muddled history in applying the Constitution to states and cities. It should make clear that all of the protections of the Bill of Rights apply everywhere." ...
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Submitter's Note: So is the Grey Lady finally figuring out that all civil rights are important?
 

As gun-control case goes before Supreme Court, both sides speak out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "On one side, gun-control groups argue that lifting the decades-old ban will increase the prevalence of guns and the level of violence that Chicago-area students such as Sanders face daily. On the other side, gun-rights groups have said the prohibition prevents law-abiding citizens from protecting themselves. They also point out that the illegal gun trade has continued to flourish in Chicago despite the ban."

"Both sides, however, agree on this much: McDonald v. Chicago will be a landmark case regarding the "right to keep and bear arms." As the nine justices decide whether the Second Amendment can be used to strike down gun restrictions on state and local levels, their opinion stands to have far-reaching impact." ...
 

Gun Owners Watching High Court Decision (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Zach Hiett may be ready for another long gun for target practice. He was shopping at a Fort Worth gun shop. In Texas, if Hiett passes the federal background check then he is good to go to buy the gun. 'For people who just enjoy shooing I don't think it needs to be more restrictive than that'."

"Gun owners are watching closely as the US Supreme Court takes up a pivotal debate about how far states and cities can go to regulate guns. All of it stems from a Chicago law banning guns. 'I don't believe that is right. If you can pass a federal background check you should be able to own a gun', says DeWayne Irwin who owns Cheaper Than Dirt gun store in Fort Worth." ...
 

Supreme Court to Hear Oral Arguments in ISRA Case McDonald v Chicago
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On March 2, 2010, the Supreme Court will hear arguments opposed to and in support of the Chicago handgun ban which has been in place since 1982."

"This case, McDonald v Chicago was filed by the Illinois State Rifle Association immediately following the landmark 2008 case Heller v DC. Currently 38 states, 305 US Senator and Representatives and over 700 state legislators, to name just a few, have filed briefs in support of the defendants."

"View all the available filings and briefs at ChicagoGunCase.com." ...

"As soon as possible, the ISRA website will have links to the oral arguments. Those links will go out over Twitter as well as an additional email message." ...
 

All eyes on Supreme Court Tuesday for Chicago gun ban showdown
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two years ago, attorney Alan Gura stood before the U.S. Supreme Court to argue a landmark firearm civil rights case – District of Columbia v. Dick Anthony Heller – that would ultimately lead to the high court's definition of the Second Amendment as protective of an individual right."

"Tomorrow morning – call it 'Black Tuesday' for gun prohibitionists, if one is to believe the court prognosticators – Gura will once again be standing before the court, arguing that the City of Chicago's handgun ban is unconstitutional and should be struck down ... If the court majority once again agrees with his arguments, it will be the next major step in reversing more than 100 years of gun rights erosion ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: In the parlance of the gun banners, this will be a 'good first step' in reversing more than 100 years of gun rights erosion.
 

McDonald v. Chicago Gun Case Goes to Supreme Court Tuesday
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The words from the 14th Amendment printed below are central to the McDonald v. City of Chicago case, which will be argued Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court. ..."

"The key words from the 14th Amendment are 'No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law . . . . '"

"When cities such as Chicago and Oak Park, Ill., prohibit owning handguns, residents are denied their right to self protection, a violation of their Second Amendment right and their ability to protect their 'life, liberty and property.'" ...
 

Gun rights case hits Supreme Court Tuesday
Submitted by: Charlotte Gun Rights Examiner
Website: http://www.GunsPoliticsandFreedom.com

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"On Tuesday, March 2, the Supreme Court of the United States will hear arguments on whether Second Amendment protections should apply to states as well as the federal government." ...

"Arguing for the pro-gun side is Alan Gura, the lawyer who saved the Second Amendment in Heller v. DC. …" ...
 

Gun rights lawyer gives hope to liberal causes
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An attorney who won a landmark case overturning the District's handgun ban has rankled conservatives who say a Second Amendment case he will argue Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court could be fodder for liberal judges to mandate constitutional guarantees for gay marriage, abortion rights or government-provided health care." ...

"While the Heller case turned largely on whether the Founding Fathers intended to convey an individual right to own guns, Mr. Gura's latest case ... has less to do with the rights of gun owners than it does the question of whether the Second Amendment can be applied to the states through the 14th Amendment — a Reconstruction-era amendment defining the rights associated with national citizenship." ...
 

Guns and the States
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Supreme Court today is the scene of a Constitutional duel in a case that will decide if the Second Amendment's guarantee of an individual right to bear arms applies to the states. The answer will determine whether the Court's landmark 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller is a hollow legal anomaly, or if it extends nationwide." ...

"In a basic sense, it's hard to believe the Court won't apply the Second Amendment to states. ..."

"One important question, however, is the reasoning the Court decides to use. The traditional path for applying the Bill of Rights to the states has been the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment, and that is what the [NRA] is mainly arguing in its brief in this case." ...
 

United States Supreme Court to rule on Chicago gun ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Supreme Court is taking up Chicago's gun ban, in a move that could affect gun laws, nationwide."

"Chicago is widely known as the most dangerous city in America for young people. Last school year, there were 36 deaths in the city alone. Supporters say the ban has prevented countless more deaths."

"But ... gun rights supporters say the ban only hurts lawful citizens." ...

"Legal analyst Dan Monnat says it could be a big victory for gun rights supporters."

"'If the United States Supreme court overturns the right of the city of Chicago to enact legislation on handguns,' said Monnat, 'then what it means is that the Second Amendment applies as a check on legislation by state and municipal governments.'" ...
 

Chicagoans hope stories will help overturn gun ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A couple worries that burglars who tried to break in when the wife was home alone will return. A retiree fears the drug dealers and junkies just outside his window will attempt — again — to steal what he spent a lifetime earning. And a businessman wants to protect himself as he could when he was a police officer."

"Together, they are the face of the most serious challenge yet to Chicago's 28-year-old handgun ban."

"On Tuesday, the four will take their seats inside the U.S. Supreme Court as their attorneys argue a lawsuit ..."

"The four plaintiffs are not stereotypical gun rights advocates. ... they represent average Chicagoans — the kind of people that opponents of the city's ban say should be allowed to protect themselves ..." ...
 

Supreme Court gun case could imperil basis of state laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The US Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a case that could affect the ability of states and cities to pass gun bans, and, more broadly, could shift the balance of power between the states and Washington."

"If the Supreme Court rules in favor of a challenge to Chicago's ban on handguns, it could lead to a slew of challenges against state laws on everything, not just guns."

"The Supreme Court will rule on McDonald v. City of Chicago, a case in which a Chicago resident has challenged that city's handgun ban as unconstitutional."

"But the case goes much further than the typical bickering over the Second Amendment. That's because it has more to do with the 14th Amendment than it does with the Second." ...
 

Gun Industry "Ambassador" Antonin Scalia to Hear Gun Law Case
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"Tomorrow 'Sport Shooting Ambassador Award' winner Antonin Scalia will hear oral arguments in McDonald v. Chicago, a case that will decide whether the opinion penned by the gun industry 'Ambassador' in District of Columbia v. Heller will be applied across the nation."

"Tuesday's oral arguments will be a homecoming of sorts for Scalia and Alan Gottlieb, whose Second Amendment Foundation is one of the driving forces behind the McDonald case (Gottlieb himself is an object lesson in the gun lobby's immunity to irony."

"The SAF head is a convicted felon -- he was caught cheating on his taxes -- who at one time lost the ability to possess guns ..." ...
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KABA Note: As my lawyer friend puts it: If the facts are on your side, pound the facts. If the law is on your side, pound the law. If neither is on your side, pound the opposition. Ad hominem attacks merely emphasize the fact that the antis don't have a leg to stand on.
 

Mayor Daley 'optimistic' U.S. Supreme Court will uphold city's handgun ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mayor Daley said today he's 'very optimistic' the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold Chicago's strictest-in-the-nation handgun ban and refused to even discuss a legal fallback."

"'What's at stake for those of us on the front-line … is nothing less than the safety of our streets and our families and all of our children,' Daley told a news conference at police headquarters on the eve of oral arguments ..."

"'How many more of our children, our brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers must needlessly die because guns are too easily available in our society today?'"

"If the Chicago ban is struck down, it will endanger the lives of police officers, Daley warned." ...
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Submitter's Note: In the words of my doper friends from the 1960s; Mr. Mayor what you smokin' and why ain't you sharin'?
 

In McDonald v. Chicago case, another Supreme Court landmark ruling on guns?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Tuesday, the Supreme Court hears arguments in one of the most consequential cases of its term: Must Chicago and other locales drop their ban on handguns ..?"

"If the high court decides yes, then state and local gun regulations across the nation could be shot full of holes. That's why it's so important for the justices to clarify ... how fundamental a right it is."

"Is the Second Amendment right akin to First Amendment rights to free speech and the free practice of religion, which carry few restrictions? Or is it somehow a lesser right, subject to greater regulation?" ...

"Firearms must be treated differently from free speech. Slinging guns is not the same as slinging slurs. ..." ...
 

Message to Supreme Court: Eliminating Chicago's Handgun Ban Will Result In More Gun Deaths and Injuries
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence (ICHV) is sending a clear message to the U.S. Supreme Court that eliminating Chicago's 28-year-old handgun ban will result in more gun suicides, homicides, and unintentional shootings. ... Gun violence survivors, advocates and the city's residents overwhelmingly support the ban and say that the law helps save lives. Instead of the Court using a deeply flawed reading of the Second Amendment and U.S. Constitution to potentially strip away Chicago's ban, ICHV says that state and federal gun laws should be strengthened."

"'Communities need the right and authority to address urgent public safety issues such as gun violence ...' said Thom Mannard, Executive Director of ICHV. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: So 'Thom', I don't suppose you have any, you know, evidence to back up your assertions?
 

CA: Hand gun question (third letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Second Amendment reads: 'A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.'"

"How does this protect Saturday night specials1, hunting rifles2, concealed weapons3? It doesn't, except through the eyes of the National Rifle Association."

"We have some 40,0004 murders in this U.S. every year in which a hand gun was used. In the UK and Japan there are less than 10 total on average where hand guns are banned5. If anything, automatic weapons should be allowed by the amendment but they are outlawed. Where do Saturday night specials fit in with a well-regulated militia?6"
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Submitter's Notes: 1Because it is not just the rich who have the right to self-defense, guns poor people can afford are the ones targeted by SNS bans.
2The vast majority of hunting rifles were developed from military rifles, and a militiaman might find it useful to be able to drop an enemy at 300 yards or more.
3Does that whole 'keep and bear' thing confuse you? You antis are in panty soiling hysterics over the open carry movement in CA (where the guns are unloaded), but they don't want us to carry concealed either.
4Um, yeah, the real number is 11,700 a year for the last eight years.
5The UK and Japan also have vastly fewer non-firearm homicides; correlation does not show causation, elementary logic.
6Because inexpensive pistols are all poor militiafolk can afford.
 

OH: Armed Cincinnati homeowner scares away a burglar
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An armed homeowner from Cincinnati, Ohio reportedly used his gun to fend of an early-morning burglar."

"Police say that the man was in his home at 1 AM, in a secluded area on the 4400 block of Hillside Avenue, when he heard a burglar attempting to break in. Fearing for his safety, the homeowner reportedly grabbed his gun and fired in self defense, sending the burglar fleeing. The homeowner was unharmed, and police are seeking the would-be intruder." ...
 

CA: More Women Protecting Themselves with Guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Local gun shop owners are seeing an increase in the number of women customers. Personal protection is the main reason they're shopping. According to the national shooting sports foundation, almost half the people taking their first handgun class this past year were women."

"These women aren't waiting for coffee or a lunch menu; they're getting ready for a little target practice at "The Range Pistol Club" in Northwest Fresno."

"Most of these women picked up a gun for the first time just within the last year. Rea Rich was one of them, she wanted to protect herself."

"Rea has a 38 revolver, and isn't afraid to use it."

"'So you have no problem using a gun to protect yourself?'"

"'No. None.'" ...
 

Preserving the right to regulate guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In 2006, Harvey Jackson pleaded guilty to illegal drug distribution and firearm possession after he was caught selling cocaine out of his home. Two years later, when the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Second Amendment protects a right to possess a firearm in the home for self-defense, however, Jackson challenged his conviction, arguing that the amendment guaranteed his right to keep a gun to protect himself while conducting his home drug enterprise. Jackson's conviction eventually was upheld, but his story demonstrates how common frivolous Second Amendment challenges to our nation's gun laws have become. The situation could be made even worse, depending on the outcome of ... McDonald vs. City of Chicago." ...
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Submitter's Note: Yes, just like all those 'frivolous' civil rights lawsuits that Brown v. Board of Education produce.
 

BIAS: Supreme Court case puts target on gun laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gun control laws in states and cities are under attack as the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case involving Chicago's handgun ban."

"An overturn of the ban, according to some on both sides of the gun divide, would embolden gun owners — particularly in Maryland, where registration and carry laws are routinely cited as overly restrictive — to challenge current gun regulations." ...
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Submitter's Note: How is this for an alternate opening paragraph: "Segregation laws in states and cities are under attack as the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case involving Alabama's 'separate but equal' laws." Anyone here think that there would not be mobs armed with pitchforks descending on any newspaper office that had the temerity to print such a statement?
 

Accidental shooting? (video)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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H/t to David Codrea who has some very trenchant commentary.
 

OH: Homeowner defends self when men invade his home; Toledo Blade describes robber as the 'victim'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A north Toledo homeowner and concealed handgun license (CHL)-holder was the victim of an attempted home robbery last week, and yet in an article covering the homeowner's act of defending himself and shooting two intruders, the Toledo Blade refers only to the dead robber as a 'victim.'" ...
 

"Don't Trust Your Government"
Submitted by: Larry

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"... Markopolos was a competing trader tasked with figuring out Madoff's secret to such great returns. He said that he conclusively determined his operation to be a fraud in 30 minutes and over the next several years informed the SEC four separate times. ..."

"... Lauer questioned him about his fears of being threatened by Madoff. Markopolos said that he bought a gun and if he were personally threatened by Madoff he planned to kill him ... Lauer looks at him quizzically asking how he would explain that to law enforcement. Markopolos [said] ... 'The government wasn't protecting me; they were not doing their jobs ...' Lauer ends the interview by asking him what lessons should investors learn from this mess. He answers, 'don't trust your government.'" ...
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KABA Note: Gov't didn't protect him and, as court case after court case has affirmed, gov't has no duty to protect the individual.
 

NC: Prosecutors: Officer tried to rig lineup
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A veteran police officer who complained that his cases were being dismissed has resigned after prosecutors accused him of misconduct in a robbery investigation."

"Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Officer Brian Cloninger tried to influence a lineup, prosecutors say. He gave the robbery victim the name and photo of the man he thought committed the gunpoint hold-up. He also urged the woman to look at the suspect's photo every day so she could pick him out."

"Cloninger's behavior triggered an investigation and forced prosecutors to throw out some 70 cases he handled - including drunken driving, assault and drug charges." ...
 

TN: Cover-Up Alleged Following Botched Police Raid
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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County, deputies with their guns drawn handcuffed two men they thought were selling drugs only to learn they were at the wrong address." ...

"Members of the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department Drug Unit ... realized they were in the wrong half of a duplex."

"Sheriff Kenny Taylor admitted his deputies made a mistake." ...

"Taylor said the county will pay for the door. But that isn't all there is to it."

"Tidwell believes that after the raid, the deputies intentionally scratched the letter 'A' off the other side of the house to make it look as though their mistake was unavoidable because it looked like all one house."

"Their neighbor, Michael Polk, pointed out where the letter had been for years ..." ...
 

CAS City – World of Cowboy Action Shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"AmmoLand.com’s featured Gun Blog of the Month of March 2010, is Marshal Halloway of CAScity.com."

"Marshal Halloway wears many hats including one as the owner and editor of CAScity.com, the longest living promotional site for cowboy action shooting. ..."

"Marshal's real name is Kjell Heilevang, but is better known as Marshal H. after his many years of promoting cowboy action shooting in the US and in Europe."

"He has been an active sports shooter since he was 18 with background in bullseye pistol shooting, Long Range rifle, IPSC and Cowboy Action Shooting. He has also been involved in running local and national shooting organization. He has worked as a safety and firearms instructor for sports shooters and hunters." ...
 

OH: Ohio's white-tailed deer hunters have a successful season
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A total of 261,314 deer were killed during Ohio's 2009-10 hunting season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. This season's total surpasses the 2008-09 record total of 252,017."

"'Ohio deer hunters had another great year and continue to play a vital role in managing Ohio's deer herd. They've embraced regulation changes which increased the harvest of antlerless deer and they've donated a significant amount of venison to feed the less fortunate in Ohio through the Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry program,' said David M. Graham, chief of the Division of Wildlife." ...
 

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