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Don't Be Terrorized By Senator Lautenberg, Says Citizens Committee
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) is putting his anti-gun spin on a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on firearms purchases by suspected terrorists during a five-month period last year to push his gun control agenda, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) said today."

"Sen. Lautenberg announced that he will introduce legislation requiring the National Instant Check System (NICS) to retain records of gun purchases by suspected terrorists for at least ten years."

"'In Sen. Lautenberg's warped view, anyone who buys a gun is a suspected terrorist,' said CCRKBA Chairman Alan M. Gottlieb. 'Based on his past record, he is looking for any avenue to justify a back door gun registration scheme ...'" ...
 

Rep. Hostettler to Introduce Concealed Carry Bill this Week (GOA)
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"Rep. John Hostettler (R-IN) will soon be reintroducing his national reciprocity bill that protects the right of citizens to carry their firearms into other states."

"Hostettler's language has a huge advantage over other reciprocity-type bills in that it does not punish states for being too pro-gun. His bill would not penalize citizens from states like Alaska and Vermont, because his proposal doesn't require a citizen to first get a permit to enjoy reciprocity in another state." ...

"Rep. Hostettler's bill, known as the Secure Access to Firearms Enhancement (SAFE) Act, is just what America needs. His draft would allow law-abiding citizens who can legally carry in their home state -- even without a permit -- to carry all across the country." ...
 

IL: When the Police Power Becomes Caprice Power Part 2
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"All this exposition brings me back to my main point about the rule of law and gun-control and police power as caprice power."

"The legal term police power is an ancient concept, one that under girds the primary and most important reason for government, that of the responsibility to promulgate law necessary for the health, morals, safety, and welfare of the populace. ..." ...

"Note how this definition of police power is circumscribed by the requirement to be exercised within 'constitutional limits.' The supreme law of the land is the United States Constitution, not the common law provision of police power. The exercise of police power must be subordinate to the supreme dictates of the Constitution." ...
 

Stop gun sales to terrorists (Opinion)
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"The strange phrase "suspected terrorists with disqualifying factors" appeared yesterday in a government report. And truly frightening it was to read that suspected Al Qaeda types may arm themselves legally at U.S. gun shops - unless they're disqualified from buying weapons for other reasons."

"Thanks to the National Rifle Association, individuals on terror watch lists can buy, say, a semiautomatic or three as long as they're not also convicted felons, illegal immigrants or mentally ill. Only then would they be 'suspected terrorists with disqualifying factors,' as the Government Accountability Office put it so disturbingly." ...
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Submitter's Note: Funny, I thought it was the banners who wrote the Brady Bill, not the NRA.
 

Brady Campaign: Bush Administration, Congressional Leaders Fully to Blame for Terrorist Access to Guns; White House, Justice Dept., Republican Congressional Leaders Ignored Warnings in Rush to Please NRA
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"For more than three years, law enforcement leaders, policy experts, reasonable members of Congress and advocacy groups have been arguing that bills passed by Congress and policies set by the Bush White House were going to make it easy for terrorist organizers to arm themselves for attacks against innocent Americans."

"But the inner circle in power in the nation's capital wore blinders, singularly focused on delivering victories for the National Rifle Association." ...
 

New Government Report Shows Terror Suspects are Buying Firearms; National Security at Risk Considering .50 Caliber Sniper Rifles, Powerful Enough to Shoot Down Airplanes During Landing or Takeoff, Are Easy for Terrorists to Acquire
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that dozens of terror suspects on federal watch lists were allowed to purchase firearms legally in the United States. The report demonstrates serious vulnerabilities in U.S. National Security considering the availability of deadly weapons such as .50 caliber sniper rifles that are so powerful that they can shoot down civilian airplanes during takeoff or landing from over a mile away. Although the .50 caliber sniper rifle was designed as a battlefield rifle to attack and destroy parked or landing aircraft, fuel and chemical tanks, personnel carriers, and to be used for assassination, the .50 caliber sniper rifle is easier to get than a handgun." ...
 

IL: Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence Urges Passage of the 'Anti-Terrorism and Aviation Protection Act' to Prevent .50 Caliber Sniper Rifle Terror in Illinois
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... "Advocates in Illinois said the new GAO report should be a four alarm warning to Illinois state lawmakers and Homeland Security officials to take urgent action to address the grave threat of terrorists using a .50 caliber sniper rifle in an attack."

"The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence urged members of the Illinois House Human Services Committee to pass the 'Anti-Terrorism and Aviation Protection Act' (H.B. 1098) to prevent a terrorist from using a .50 caliber sniper rifle. It was because of the terrorist threat of .50 caliber sniper rifles that prompted Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to pass legislation in California to restrict the .50 caliber rifle to military and law enforcement officials only." ...
 

CO: Parents question Re-2 weapons policy
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"The mother of a student at Highland Elementary School is concerned that parents are not informed when weapons are found on campus. She learned in a roundabout way that a student brought a BB gun to the school in late February."

"The mother said she was surprised the school did not issue a formal statement about the incident."

"State statutes limit what Garfield School District Re-2 can share with the public, Re-2 Superintendent Gary Pack said."

"The mother said she was upset the school kept the incident under wraps and wished parents would have been informed. The Post Independent is withholding the mother's name to protect her child from any harassment by the student who brought the BB gun to school." ...
 

FL: Pines seventh-grader faces expulsion after his arrest for bringing gun to school
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"A Pembroke Pines seventh-grader brought his father's loaded, semiautomatic handgun to school Monday to show his buddies because he thought it was cool, according to police and school officials."

"Authorities at Silver Trail Middle School didn't think it was cool at all."

"'The school district takes a very hard line,' said Broward County schools spokesman Joe Donzelli."

"The student was suspended and will be brought before the School Board for expulsion, Donzelli added."

"Police arrested the 12-year-old boy, whom they did not identify, for having a firearm on school grounds."

"'There was no credible threat whatsoever against any student or teacher," Donzelli said. "It looks like he just brought it to show' his classmates." ...
 

AL: Student Charged With Bringing Gun to School, Resisting Arrest
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"A 14-year-old student from Muscle Shoals Middle School has been arrested after police say he brought a gun to school on Monday."

"The teen faces a felony charge of bringing a pistol to school, plus a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest."

"The gun was never fired, and no one was hurt."

"'I was real scared, because me and guns don't get along,' says eighth grader Tommy Smith, who found the gun at the school around lunch time."

"One of Tommy's buddies was going to fight another student after school on Monday at Muscle Shoals Middle. He and his friends were worried the opponent had a gun or a knife, so they checked his jacket -- which was just lying around -- at lunch." ...
 

MN: Rec department plans to expand rape-defense program -- The program has been offered at the University since 2000
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"A recent grant to the University police will allow the department of recreational sports to expand its rape defense program."

"The $2,000 grant from TCF Financial Corp. paid for two University police officers’ five-day Rape Aggression Defense System instructor training, offered by R.A.D. Systems, in November."

"'It’s important to teach other women that they have the power to get through it and that there are other options besides complying,' said Lara Severson, one of the officers who received training." ...
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Poster's Note: The U of M is a criminal protection zone, despite passage of a 'shall-issue' law 2 years ago which states "No sheriff, police chief, governmental unit, government official, government employee, or other person or body acting under color of law or governmental authority may change, modify, or supplement these criteria or procedures, or limit the exercise of a permit to carry."
 

ID: False alarm leads to Gooding Middle School lockdown (first story on page)
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Teachers and staff at Gooding Middle School had a lockdown for about 45 minutes Friday after school for what turned out to be a false alarm, Principal Teresa Jones said.

Jones received a call from a parent whose children said they saw a student carrying a gun to the school. The school was locked down while police investigated.

The weapon turned out to be a pistol-shaped BB gun that two students took to shoot fish in a canal. The two students did not enter school grounds and broke no laws or school rules, Jones said.

The police made a perimeter around the school and let teachers leave a few at a time.

"They took it very seriously," Jones said.
 

CA: Details limited on gun found at school
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"Police could not give further details Monday about a gun found early last week at a local elementary school. However, Burton School District Interim Superintendent Michael Arndt said the handgun was found March 1 in the Burton Elementary School parking lot at approximately 4:30 to 5 p.m. Initial police reports last week had the gun being found a day earlier. Arndt said school officials were happy that the gun was found by an adult and after the children had left for the day."

"'If we can only look at what could have happened if a child had found it,' Arndt said." ...
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Submitter's Note: Well Mr Arndt, if your school had an 'Eddie Eagle' program, nothing would have happened if a child had found it.
 

MI: No-contest plea in attack on ex-wife [who was 'protected' by a restraining order]
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"A Detroit man pleaded no contest Monday to charges related to the shooting of his 42-year-old former wife in the face outside her apartment in Ypsilanti Township in September." ...

"Memminger was a Wayne County juvenile probation officer when he was charged with shooting Joyce Memminger the night of Sept. 21." ...

"She had obtained a personal protection order in Detroit against her former husband because he had been threatening her over the divorce, the victim testified."

"According to court and Detroit police records, Memminger had threatened his wife numerous times with a handgun and had been arrested more than once in Detroit for violating the personal protection order." ...
 

NY: Jurors Cite Lingering Questions in Mistrial
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"As jurors sifted through evidence and testimony in the police shooting trial of Bryan A. Conroy last week, one thing became clear: all but one of them thought he was guilty."

"Even so, the case ended in a mistrial on Monday, when another juror joined the holdout for acquittal. The path to deadlock is likely to cause the lawyers in the case to rethink their approaches in the new trial. It also provides a glimpse into the problems police shootings pose for juries and why convictions have been so rare." ...
 

WI: Milwaukee officer charged with violation of civil rights
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"A Milwaukee police officer was arrested and charged in federal court Tuesday with willfully violating a man's civil rights."

"Ala W. Awadallah, 26, is accused of conducting illegal searches during a traffic stop last month and taking cash without probable cause and without putting it in evidence."

"The officer asked Earl Cosey of Milwaukee to provide him with guns if he wanted his money back ..."

"... Awadallah stopped Cosey Feb. 11 for not having license plates on his vehicle."

"When Cosey explained he bought the car earlier that day and objected to the car's being searched, the officer handcuffed him, saying he could conduct the search after arresting Cosey for not having any license plates, the complaint said." ...
 

PA: Badge used to get sex, prosecutor tells jury
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"Prosecutor Jaime Keating held up a silver police officer's badge as he spoke to a Cumberland County jury yesterday."

"He claimed Middlesex Twp. police Cpl. Kenny Johnson used it to coerce three women -- including a prostitute who admitted she was a crack cocaine addict -- into having sex with him." ...

"Keating said Johnson told the three women he would arrest them on prostitution charges if they didn't have with him."

"'No one held a gun to these women's' heads or a knife to their throats,' Keating said as Johnson's trial opened. 'He had something better. He had the power [society] gave him.'" ...
 

MT: Teen expelled for bringing loaded gun to class
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A 15-year-old girl has been expelled through next year after she brought a loaded handgun into a Hardin High School classroom, Big Horn County prosecutors say.

A judge has ordered that the girl remain at a Billings detention facility until psychological and other evaluations have been completed. Authorities have not disclosed a motive or the girl's suspected intentions in the case.

The girl has a history of escalating juvenile offenses, Deputy County Attorney Nancy Rhode said Friday at a hearing in which the student was charged with the misdemeanor offenses of carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a weapon in a school building.
 

IN: Ex-Trooper Still Expected to be Charged with Family's Murder
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A prosecutor says he's continuing to press murder charges against an ex-state trooper in his family's slayings.

That is despite the arrest of a second man in the September 2000 shooting deaths of David Camm's wife Kimberly and their two children Bradley and Jill.

Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson says tomorrow he'll file formal charges against 35-year-old Louisville man Charles Boney, whose DNA was found at the couple's Georgetown home, about 15 miles west of Louisville.

Boney is expected to enter a plea to three charges of murder, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon and being a habitual offender.

He denies any involvement or knowing David Camm, who currently is facing a retrial after his march 2002 conviction was overturned.
 

UK: Armed man's killing was 'lawful'
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"A gunman shot dead by a police officer in rush-hour traffic was lawfully killed, an inquest jury found."

"Colin O'Connor, 39, of Kempston, Beds, was killed when he was stopped in Clophill in January 2003, the inquest at Bedford Magistrates' Court heard."

"He had allegedly stepped out of his car and aimed a revolver at police."

"In a statement released after the end of the inquest on Tuesday, police said they sympathised with O'Connor's family but welcomed the jury's verdict."

"O'Connor was shot in the chest near The Flying Horse pub after a chase along the A6."

"The inquest heard a warrant had been issued that day for his arrest after he failed to appear at Luton Crown Court to be sentenced for aggravated vehicle taking." ...
 

India: Rajasthan cop shoots himself
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A constable with Rajasthan Armed Constabulary (RAC) committed suicide at Nizamuddin in south Delhi on Tuesday morning. The constable, Satbir Singh, apparently shot himself with his service rifle.

No suicide note was found from the spot. Singh was posted near Nizamuddin bridge and was on night shift for the last few days. According to the police, his associates heard gunshots around 12.30 am.

"When they rushed to the spot they found him lying on the ground with bullet injuries in his stomach. He was taken to AIIMS but was declared brought dead there," said a police officer, adding that Singh shot himself with his SLR rifle.
 

New Zealand: Former Cop Admits Pistol Offence
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In a surprise move, former Tauranga councillor and ex-detective Brad Shipton has pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a pistol.

The Tauranga District Court was told the Colt 45 was found in the rafters of the garage at his Cambridge Road home in July last year, when police executed a search warrant on an un-related matter.

The gun was described as disassembled and in a poor state, wrapped in newspaper, and in a plastic bag.

There was no ammunition with it.

Judge Hobbs remanded Shipton until Friday, to consider a written submission on sentencing from his lawyer.
 

Pakistan: Weapons, cash, narcotics looted from court store room
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The dacoits have looted weapons, cash and narcotics from court store rooms of two courts of Warreh Taluka on gunpoint.

A group of twelve dacoits committed the robbery on Monday-Tuesday night after making hostage to watchmen. The dacoits also tortured to the watchmen, Zahid Kalhoro and Ghulam Ali Thaheem.

The weapons that were looted from the storerooms included double barrel guns, rifles and pistols, besides all available cash and narcotics.

The police party led by DSP Warrah Nazar Hussain Samejo started chasing the culprits but no success in arresting the culprits by police was reported till filing this story.
 

Thailand: Brit Vanessa 'executed' [by Thai cop]
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"BACKPACKER Vanessa Arscott was executed with three shots at point-blank range after a Thai cop ran her over, a court heard yesterday."

"Police Master Sergeant Somchai Wisetsingh shot her after gunning down her boyfriend Adam Lloyd."

"Vanessa, 24, fled screaming but he allegedly ploughed into her in his car, dragging her 80 yards, before pulling up and shooting her as she tried to crawl away."

"There were bullet wounds to her chest, throat and lip."

"Police forensics expert Major Wichit Samatiwat, 57, told the court: 'Any of the bullets could have caused her death. Each could have been fatal.'"

"'Burn marks around her chest show the gun must have been held close, almost touching it.'" ...
 

South Korea: 2 Army soliders commit suicide
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A private first class soldier and a staff sergeant were found dead Monday and yesterday respectively, apparently having committed suicide, the Army said yesterday.

PFC Choe, 21, at a signal brigade in Hwacheon, Gangwon Province, allegedly hung himself with a piece of cloth from his sleeping bag. He was found 8:40 p.m. and rushed to a field hospital but died. Staff Sgt. Huh, 25, an ammunition controller in another unit in Hwacheon, apparently shot himself dead with his K-2 rifle inside a warehouse. He left a note which says: "The military is making me too hard. Sorry to my mother and father."
 

MO: County deer record falls again
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"Records are made to be broken, and the recently-set record for the largest typical whitetail rack ever taken in Livingston county was edged out of first place with the unveiling of Chillicothean Ben Sutton's giant set of antlers at the Chillicothe Deer Classic Saturday."

"Sutton's deer's official net score of 180 6/8 was just 2 2/8 inches larger than Scott Fowler's previous record buck. Both deer were taken last fall - Fowler's on September 18 and Sutton's on November 13."

"According to the Show-Me Missouri Big Bucks record book, only three typical whitetails with a score high enough for Boone and Crockett national record book entry (minimum 170) have ever been recorded for Livingston County ..." ...
 

GA: Tot's father ruled out as shooter
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Clayton County police have ruled out the father of Xavier Miranda, 2, as the shooter in the toddler's death last month.

Police Capt. Jeff Turner said Tuesday that tests show Xavier was killed by a bullet from a robber's handgun, either a .25 or .38-caliber, and not by the .45-caliber pistol fired by the boy's father, William Miranda, 22.

Police said an armed man kicked in the front door of the family's Forest Park apartment Feb. 10, held a gun to the child's neck and demanded a recently cashed $1,717 income tax refund check. When someone walked into the room the gunman was distracted and shots were fired.

Detectives think brothers Shawn Berry, 37, and Stacey Berry, 32, have information vital to the case but the pair has failed to surface.
 

OH: Media continues writhing in agony over proposal to close loophole
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"As reported last week, Rep. Bill Seitz (R-Cincinnati) has proposed that House Bill 9, a piece of legislation which addresses public access to government records and which is endorsed by the Ohio Newspaper Association (ONA), be amended to close the Media Access Loophole, a provision which allows the media to access lists of concealed handgun license (CHL)-holders."

"Hearings are now being held in a House Committee chaired by Seitz, and to hear the screams from Ohio's media, you'd think water has been poured on the Wicked Witch."

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"Chillicothe Gazette: Amendments inappropriate for records bill"

"Willoughby News-Herald: Public needs access to gun permit list"
 

Canada: 'Blame game' not always helpful, experts say
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"The murder of four young RCMP officers in Alberta by a single gunman has sparked a round of finger-pointing, public policy hand-wringing and haunting hypothetical what-ifs."

"But experts in the field of criminal psychology, sociology and law reform say much of the debate so far has been misguided, if not counter-productive."

"There have been attacks on Canada's marijuana laws, gun control regime, courthouse horse trading and judicial sentencing. Fingers have been pointed at everyone from the RCMP brass to the Supreme Court of Canada." ...
 

Canada: Gun registry not the issue, supporters say
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"Defenders of Canada's gun registry are taking its detractors to task for pointing to last week's shooting of four Mounties in Alberta as further proof the program is a failure."

"Wendy Cukier, a founder of the Coalition for Gun Control, called the tactics 'unseemly' and said opponents are missing the point." ...
 

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