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Some say semiautomatic weapon ban not needed to curb drug violence
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Guns from the U.S. account for 95 percent of Mexico's drug-related killings, according to the U.S. State Department."

"Last month the U.S. Attorney General considered reinstating the ban on certain semiautomatic weapons."

"But not everyone agrees that's the solution."

"Due to the uncertainty of what the Obama administration is considering, sporting goods stores like the Command Bunker in Las Cruces have a hard time keeping weapons in stock."

"The store's owner Monroe Roberts says it is because people fear their Second Amendment right will be taken away." ...
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Submitter's Note: Good bloody luck! According to Cook & Ludwig, 25% of adults have guns. According to the census bureau there are 217.8 million adults in the US. If 3% of them choose active resistance that will be 1,633,500 guerillas.
 

The War on the Border
Submitted by: Larry

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... "More recently, it develops that the second reason that the United States is to blame for this war in Mexico between uniformed thugs and non-uniformed thugs, is that we Americans have all these guns, see? And left to themselves, whenever the damned evil contrivances aren't spontaneously murdering family members up here, they take it in mind to crawl over the border all by themselves and wind up in the vile hands of poor, innocent gangsters whom they seduce into pulling their triggers."

"Never mind that there are no respectable facts that support this contention or anything even remotely like it. Mexican authorities support it because it makes them look minutely less incompetent and corrupt than everybody on the planet knows they are. ..." ...
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Where the blame for Mexico's illegal guns problem really lies
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"In his article 'Mexico's drug violence is hard on Arizona', Washington Post columnist George Will is one of the latest columnists to repeat the myth that American gun stores along the border are the main source for Mexico's drug cartels." ...

"This meme started appearing as far back as the summer of 2008 when the Los Angeles Times started publishing a continuing series of stories titled 'Mexico under Siege'."

"Time and time again the U.S. is blamed for our 'lax' gun laws ..."

"It's almost like a coordinated effort exists among the Brady Center, anti-gun news agencies, and the Obama administration to drum up negative press consisting of half-truths, distortions, and downright lies." ...
 

NRA Files Second Amended Complaint in Heller v. D.C.
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association filed a second amended complaint in Dick Anthony Heller et al v. District of Columbia in U.S. District Court. NRA and other plaintiffs are asking the court to issue a preliminary and permanent injunction to prevent the D.C. Council from implementing laws that violate the Second Amendment and from enforcing its prohibitions on the possession of commonly owned firearms."

"Chris W. Cox, NRA chief lobbyist, said, 'It's time to fully restore the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding residents in the District of Columbia. The D.C. Council’s latest gun registration scheme is proof of D.C.'s continued contempt for the Supreme Court.'" ...
 

Don't link gun laws to D.C. congressional vote, say Jewish groups
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Seventeen Jewish organizations are among 32 faith-based groups which have signed a letter to Congress opposing 'in the strongest terms' any amendment to the Washington, D.C. voting rights bill that would 'undermine the District's ability to regulate firearms.' The letter, organized by the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, states that 'we believe duly-elected District officials should have a fair and reasonable opportunity to develop and implement new locally specific regulations. ...' Many of the same groups -- which include the Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist movements, the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Commitee and Hadassah, among others -- signed an almost identical letter to the Senate last month ..." ...
 

OH: Would-Be Robber Ends Up As Shooting Victim
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A would-be thief ended up in the hospital with a gunshot wound after a failed robbery attempt in Mt. Auburn overnight.

Police say the would-be robber, 20-year-old Anthony Walker of Corryville, approached two men at a home in the 120 block of Malvern Place and threatened them with a gun.

One of the men, who has a permit to carry a concealed weapon, reportedly shot Walker during the altercation.

Both of the intended victims then drove to the Cincinnati Police District One station and reported the incident.

Rescue crews transported Walker to University Hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to the chest. He is now facing charges of aggravated robbery.
 

FL: Robber fatally shot in Miami Burger King holdup (follow-up)
Submitted by: jac

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"An afternoon shootout at a busy Burger King restaurant in Miami left a potential robber dead and the customer who shot him seriously wounded."

"The bloody event unfolded about 4 p.m. Tuesday ... It was a time, employees said, when it is usually crowded with schoolchildren and people getting out of work early."

"The robber entered wearing a ski mask. He approached a clerk, showed his gun and demanded money ..."

"A customer eyed him and the two started arguing. The customer had a concealed-weapons permit and his gun -- and the two exchanged gunfire."

"The robber crumpled to the floor and was pronounced dead at the scene."

"The customer, with several gunshot wounds, was in serious but stable condition ..." ...
 

Loaded guns banned in park again
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A short-lived federal rule allowing visitors in national parks to carry concealed loaded firearms was blocked by an injunction last week from U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly."

"In effect since Jan. 9, the rule enacted during the last days of the Bush administration overturned legislation in place since the 1980s that only permitted unloaded guns to be carried in national parks." ...

"Kollar-Kotelly called the Interior Department's rule-making process 'astoundingly flawed,' and said officials failed to evaluate the possible environmental impacts of the rule change as required by law." ...
 

I'll be lying in a pile of brass
Submitted by: Daniel White
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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"I've had a lot of students in my ccw training classes tell me that they wanted to get a concealed handgun license, but only planned to carry a gun 'when they might need it.' My answer to that is always, 'so, all the time then?'."

"I think everyone at one time or another has watched a nature program where some predator is preparing to attack its prey. We watch as the lion, as an example, stealthily creeps close to the gazelle before suddenly charging. Why does it hunt that way? Why not just run straight at the herd from the beginning? It is obvious that such an act would fail more often than not. The odds of a successful hunt greatly increase if the gazelle is caught unawares and unprepared." ...
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Author's Note: The problem with the strategy of only carrying a gun when you might need it is that you don't know when that will be.
 

So what if they are 'weapons of war'?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"On Monday, I wrote 'Assault weapons' bans depend on lies,' taking a (far from comprehensive) look at the distortions employed by the forcible citizen disarmament lobby--ranging from exploitation of public ignorance about firearms, to outright lies--in support of their position that so-called 'assault weapons' are 'weapons of war,' and are thus unsuitable for possession by the general public.

"That article drew a bit of (gentle) criticism, from readers who thought I ceded too much to the gun prohibitionist crowd, because I responded to the lesser of the problems with the assertion that such firearms should be restricted. Here's an example:" ...
 

AR: Sen Wilkins Skips Hearing, Guns in Church Bill fails in Committee 4-2
Submitted by: ARCCA
Website: http://www.arkansascca.org/blog

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... "So just before HB1237 was heard, Sen Wilkin's bill regarding stalking was being discussed and the hearing became contentious. His bill failed in committee. When he was done with his bill he got up and walked out."

"He just walked out. And he didn't come back untill after the vote was taken on HB 1237."

"My friends, that's what we call cowardice."

"He didn't even have the courage to give the bill it's full hearing like he promised us. Which left all the people who came to testify from all over the state dumbfounded. These people came from all over Arkansas to testify for his benefit and at his request!"

"We'll Sen Wilkins, they heard from you loud and clear, even if you didn't feel like hearing from them." ...
 

ID: Brief: Martial-Law Gun Rights Bill Passes Idaho House
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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"Rep. Pete Nielsen, R-Mountain Home, today persuaded the Idaho House to vote 61-9 in favor of his legislation that would prevent the government from seizing guns in cases of 'extreme emergency.'"

"HB 229 declares that during a such states including martial law, invasion or insurrection, 'No government authority will have the right to come and pick up our arms and ammunition.'"

"Rep. Grant Burgoyne, D-Boise, spoke against the bill, saying no one ever expects to see an invasion or a declaration by the governor of martial law, but no one expected to see planes crashing into the World Trade Center either."

"'We're meddling here with one of the most fundamental and necessary powers, and I think we need to be very careful how we do that,' he told the House." ...
 

CA: Concealed Weapons Permits Bill Proposed
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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"Right now, Sheriff's and Police Chiefs have the final say about who can carry a gun...but a bill now in the State Assembly, would change that. Some people believe changing the law would promote the right to bear arms but others feel it just opens Pandora's box."

"Currently it takes a special permit and the approval of your local Sheriff's Department for someone to be allowed to carry a concealed weapon. ..."

"... If [AB 357] passes all someone would need is the special permit to be able to carry a weapon. ..."

"The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department doesn't support the bill saying 'It takes away the discretion of local law enforcement' to issue the permit. ..." ...
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KABA Note: That's the point Scooter.
 

WI: New anti-gun 'feel-good' bill circulates in WI Capital
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Twenty Republican and three Democrat WI state legislators support new 'feel good' anti-gun bills ... AB70 and SB44. They are the same bills just different legislative houses. Both want to expand state background checks to include federal guidelines. At this time state background checks run on handgun purchasers include only state records." ...

"It relates to individuals institutionalized involuntarily, defined as mentally defective or drug dependant ..." ...

"At first glance this sounds very good. After all we don't want 'nut cases' running around with guns, do we? Problem is the huge door this opens."

"... We already have a federal background check when we buy handguns AND a three days waiting period." ...
 

KS: Huge majority in Legislature backs right-to-bear-arms amendment
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The House passed a concurrent resolution Wednesday that would allow Kansans to vote in November 2010 on whether or not to amend the state Constitution to allow gun ownership for 'any lawful purpose.'"

"The House vote was 116-9."

"Currently the Constitution reads that 'the people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security; but standing armies, in time of peace, are dangerous to liberty, and shall not be tolerated, and the military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power.'"

"The amendment would make it clear that 'a person has the right to keep and bear arms for the defense of self, family, home and state, for lawful hunting and recreational use, and for any other lawful purpose.'" ...
 

TX: State may loosen laws on storing guns
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Texans would be allowed to stow their guns and ammo inside their locked cars or trucks while at work and parked on employer property under a controversial bill passed Wednesday by the state Senate."

"The Senate voted 31-0 to prohibit employers from enforcing restrictions against employees possessing a legally owned handgun or ammunition inside a locked vehicle ... Firearms and ammo must be stored out of sight."

"'Here in Texas people like their firearms and … if they want to bring them to the workplace they are going to do it whether there's an employee policy against it or not,' said ... the measure's author. 'This is designed to stop employers from punishing employees who legally bring weapons to work in their cars.'" ...
 

Ban the assault weapons
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The Oakland incident where four police officers died at the hands of an individual wielding an AK-47 is one example of why the federal law banning assault weapons should be reinstated."

"Critics of the ban on arms sales argue that in this case, the problem is not the rifle used, but the fact that the parolee Lovelle Mixon was not entitled to have it in his possession. They allege it is not the fault of the weapon, but of the person who had it illegally."

"The argument that there is no danger when these arms are in the hands of honest citizens goes up in smoke after events like the one from weeks ago in Alabama. ..." ...
 

Bill grants gun rights to mentally deficient vets
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A controversial new law could allow veterans and their families deemed mentally deficient to purchase guns."

"Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., introduced the Veterans Second Amendment Protection Act, which would rewrite a current law placing veterans or family members who require someone to take care of their finances on a national do not sell list for guns."

"'I am concerned that government employees can so easily take away a veteran's right to bear arms,' Burr said."

"Former veteran and current gun salesman Roger Ayscue calls this a sticky situation – one where he sees both sides." ...
 

CNN Continues to Push Claim That U.S. Guns Fuel Mexican Drug Violence
Submitted by: JarheadSgt

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"On Tuesday's Newsroom program, T.J. Holmes because the latest CNN on-air personality to forward the dubious claim that guns from the U.S. are a major factor in the rampant drug violence plaguing northern Mexico: 'I don't want to say enabling, maybe not the best word. But still, so many of the guns that are being used in Mexico are guns that come across the border from the U.S.'"

"His guest, columnist Sam Quinones of the Los Angeles Times, wholeheartedly agreed: '...[W]e can do a lot about the guns.....If you talk to Mexican officials, pretty much they don't want to talk about anything but all the guns that are coming....down to Mexico and into the hands of cartel guys who are then killing cops, terrorizing a population ...'" ...
 

WaPo to Domestic Violence Victims: You Can't, Shouldn't Arm Yourselves with Guns
Submitted by: JarheadSgt

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"The legislation is most likely DOA in the Maryland House of Delegates -- where a similar bill was shot down in an 86-51 vote -- but the Washington Post is so frightened by a state Senate committee vote approving a measure to make it easier for domestic abuse victims to buy a gun that it thought it important to preach about how 'Arming abuse victims is the wrong way to curb domestic violence.'"

"According to a March 24 Post editorial, abused women are just too emotionally unstable to exercise their Second Amendment rights and probably 'have seen one Jodie Foster film too many' if they think a gun can even the odds against a violent abuser:" ...
 

AR: KARK - So when can you shoot someone?
Submitted by: ARCCA
Website: http://www.arkansascca.org/blog

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"Good grief."

"Shouldn't the question be, '.....when are you legally justified in using deadly force?'"

"This from KARK, 'A suspect is shot in a Wal-Mart parking lot, by a man he was trying to rob. It happened Monday night in the Wal-Mart parking lot on Cantrell road.'"

"Police say a Little Rock man, whose identity we're withholding, shot Jonathan Terry, the suspect was armed and trying to steal the man's wife's purse."

"Terry's been charged, along with two women. He's in guarded custody after being shot in the backside. The man who was defending his wife had a concealed weapons permit."

"For those that carry concealed weapons, when is it legal for you to shoot someone?"
 

More Tickets in Hard Times
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Motorists beware: In some communities, police are issuing tickets during these hard times at a rate higher than ever in what critics say is an attempt to raise revenue in order to offset budget shortfalls." ...

"Police Chief Michael Reaves of Utica, Michigan, says the role of law enforcement has changed over the years. 'When I first started in this job 30 years ago, police work was never about revenue enhancement, but if you're a chief now, you have to look at whether your department produces revenues,' he says. 'That's just the reality nowadays.'" ...
 

Obama targets flow of guns, profits from U.S. to Mexico
Submitted by: Trapper

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"The Obama administration promised Tuesday to help Mexico fight its drug war by cutting off the cartels' supply of guns and profits, while resisting the Texas governor's call for a troop surge at the border to ward off spillover violence."

"The steps announced by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano ... amount to a subtle but important shift:"

"The blockade of contraband will now be a two-way effort ... the new emphasis will be on disrupting the southbound flow of profits and weapons that fuel the cartels." ...

"Over the next 45 days, the [BATFE] will shift 100 workers to the border to intercept guns heading south ..." ...
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KABA Note: This is win-win for the Bradys and their ilk. If a bunch of guns are found they'll say that a new AWB is needed to stop them. If very few are found they'll say that enforcement doesn't work, so we need a new AWB.
 

CA: Ex-CHP officer charged in sex-for-ticket-fixing case
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A retired California Highway Patrol officer has been charged with three felonies, including perjury and conspiracy to obstruct justice, for allegedly fixing a woman's speeding ticket in exchange for sex ..." ...

"The charges stem from an incident involving a 47-year-old woman who was ticketed for speeding last March. Her case was dismissed after Carabajal testified under oath that he had not been served a subpoena ..."

"CHP investigators then observed Carabajal going to an Oceanside hotel with the woman ... shortly after her court hearing ..."

"Carabajal had been under investigation by the CHP for his handling of other traffic cases. The officer ... retired the next day after more than 26 years on the force." ...
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H/t to David Codrea.
 

MO: Highway Patrol chief retracts[sic] militia report; will change review process for MIAC reports
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"The Missouri State Highway Patrol on Wednesday retracted[sic] a controversial report on militia activity and will change how such reports are reviewed before being distributed to law enforcement agencies." ...

"The eight-page report ... includes numerous editing and design errors ..."

"On Wednesday afternoon, Highway Patrol Superintendent Col. James F. Keathley released a memo saying the report did not meet the patrol's standard for quality and would not have been released if it had been seen by top officials."

"'For that reason,' Keathley wrote, 'I have ordered the MIAC to permanently cease distribution of the militia report.'" ...
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KABA Note: So the report was not, in fact, "retracted". They still stand behind the information, but not the poor editing.
 

MI: Judge, prosecutor, cops charged with misconduct in drug case
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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"Two men remain in prison for a cocaine bust, despite felony charges leveled Tuesday against the judge, prosecutor and police officers who sent them there."

Retired Wayne Circuit Judge Mary Waterstone, former Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Karen Plants and two Inkster Police officers were arraigned ... on misconduct charges for allegedly hiding the fact that a witness for the prosecution was a paid police informant who helped police set up the bust."

"Plants and the investigators on the case, Inkster Police Sgt. Scott Rechtzigel and Officer Robert McArthur, face possible life sentences on perjury charges. All of the defendants were charged Tuesday with felony misconduct, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison." ...
 

FL: 911 Operator Says Kidnap Victim Was Wasting His Time
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A 911 operator is under investigation for lecturing a kidnapping victim who was later found slain."

"While operator Alan Ballard was on the phone with victim Loyta Stoley, he told her, 'You are making us do a lot of work that we don't need to be doing,' a tape of the 911 call reveals ..."

"Eyewitness News has learned that the operator tried to find out where the victim was by asking her kidnapper." ...

"Investigators said Clayton had 16 prior felony arrests with three convictions, including a conviction for murder in 1989."
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H/t to David Codrea.
 

NY: Ex-NY trooper admits he wrote fake traffic tickets
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An ex-New York state trooper has admitted in court that he issued fake traffic tickets to a man he'd argued with.

Lester Hooper pleaded guilty Tuesday in White Plains court to one count of official misconduct. As part of the plea deal, he resigned. He'd been on paid suspension since his July 1 arrest.

The 36-year-old will serve three years probation and pay $600 restitution to the Brooklyn man he targeted.

Hooper's lawyer did not immediately return an after-hours message. He previously said the dispute involved contact between the ticketed man and Hooper's wife.
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PA: Can cops demand to take your photo?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Two years ago, a Pennsylvania man was thrown in jail for 160 days for refusing to allow police to take his picture."

"A federal judge last week, however, ruled against local police and in favor of Gregory Bush, who was not charged with any crime on May 17, 2007, when a Lancaster, Pa., officer demanded to take the man's photo. Only after refusing to have his picture taken did the police subdue him, charge him with obstruction of justice and toss him in jail."

"'When they first arrested me, I didn't even know why I was being arrested,' Bush told Lancaster's Sunday News. 'I kept thinking the charge would be dropped ... It was ridiculous; I didn't commit any crime.'"

"Five months later, however, Bush was still in jail." ...
 

MD: City officer to face attempted murder charge, police say
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Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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"Baltimore police have charged a city officer with attempted murder, accusing him of firing his service weapon during an off-duty fight outside a Canton nightclub this month."

"Police said Officer Patrick A. Dotson, 26, who has been on the force two years, was suspended Monday when investigators determined he was involved in the March 9 incident outside Fins on the Square ..."

"Dotson and other officers got into an argument in the bar that turned into a fight and spilled outside about closing time ... Dotson is accused of firing his weapon at a vehicle, hitting it in the rear."

"The men in the car left the scene and called 911." ...

"'The commissioner has zero tolerance for this kind of thing,' Guglielmi said." ...
 

UK: Look at me... it's too easy to lift a knife
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"A STABBED dad yesterday showed off the scars inflicted by a teenage knife thug — as he called for a clampdown on blade crime."

"Allan Saunders, 26, needed a life-saving seven hour operation after being knifed TEN times by baby-faced thug Lewis Gosman."

"Savage Gosman, 17, was yesterday convicted of trying to stab his victim to death."

"And last night dad-of-five Allan warned: 'I could easily have been killed just because somebody decided to lift a knife and use it.'"

"'What happened to me could just as easily happen to somebody else.'"

"'There's far too many people carrying knives about with them. And it's time something was done about it.'" ...
 

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