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Gun laws wouldn't have stopped Kyle Huff
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Seattle has been buzzing with talk about the gruesome murders on Capitol Hill perpetrated by Kyle Huff. Commentary from law-enforcement officials and opinion writers attacks Washington state's liberal firearms laws."

"'Not adequately restricting people from acquiring guns,' the argument goes, 'causes incidents like this one.' To the casual observer, this appears true and is adequate reason to ban firearms."

"But beyond casual observation, things are not so simple. In order to consider this issue, we have to accept a couple of facts:"

"First, guns are not going anywhere. ..."

"Second, no law will prevent people from breaking the law. ..."

"Third, crimes occur regardless of means. ..." ...
 

Reflections on Deaths Caused by Gun Control Laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"CNN has some interesting video as well as a .pdf transcript from the flight voice recorder on United Air Lines Flight 93, the plane which crashed in a Pennsylvania field on 9/11. Obviously, this pertains to the ongoing trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, where the government just rested its case."

"40 brave people died in that crash. Reading the transcript reminded me that this entire incident could have been avoided if the government hadn’t stripped us of our right to self-defense while on an airplane." ...
 

Senator Hatch: A right to bear arms (safely)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"At this time of year, a lot of us are busy getting our taxes done, making sure we identify all the deductions for which we're qualified."

"One additional amendment I've been working to get into the U.S. tax code is a credit for the purchase of gun safes, which have proved to be the most effective way to prevent firearms accidents."

"With firearms found in so many homes, it is imperative that we encourage their proper storage. ..."

"The right to bear firearms helps individuals guarantee their personal safety, the welfare of their families and the integrity of their homes. ... Yet ... access to unattended firearms by an intruder or a child can endanger the very people whom this right seeks to protect." ...
 

Goodbye to the Winchester, the gun that won the West
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"It's rather paradoxical that the rifle known as 'the gun that won the West' is actually one of the most popular whitetail deer guns of all time. Whitetail, you see, is a species of deer commonly found in the Eastern states."

"So when the U.S. Repeating Arms Company - maker of the Winchester Model 94 lever-action rifle - announced it was closing the doors to its New Haven, Conn., plant on March 31 after fabricating rifles and shotguns for 140 years, there wasn't much fanfare, at least out here in the West." ...
 

PA: Two Shot, One Dead in Somerset Incident
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"A Somerset County man claims he fatally shot one man and critically injured another because they stormed his apartment early Saturday morning."

"Matthew Lewis Eperjesi ... was charged yesterday with criminal homicide, criminal attempted homicide ..." ...

"... Zimmerman, Mostoller and a third, unidentified man were on the street outside Eperjesi's second-floor apartment, making noise ..."

"Eperjesi told the men to stop, but the three men approached his apartment, police said."

"Eperjesi told police he closed the door and held a shotgun he loaded, but the men threatened him and broke open the door."

"Eperjesi said he warned the men not to enter the home or he would shoot them, according to police."

"Police said two of the men were shot after entering the doorway. The third fled." ...
 

PA: Shooting raises self defense questions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A recent shooting in a Somerset Township apartment complex has raised questions about a person's right to defend themselves in their own home."

"Last Saturday, Matthew Eperjesi, 27, Wills Church Road, was arrested in the shooting death of Perry Zimmerman ..." ...

"When someone makes a self-defense claim, there are three issues considered by prosecutors, he said. First, they have to decide if the person claiming self-defense was the aggressor. Then the person must have honestly believed they were in grave danger before using deadly force. The person's perception of danger has to be reasonable, he said." ...

"Finally, it must be decided if the individual had a duty to retreat from the attack, Kiniry said." ...
 

NC: High Point man killed someone in self defense
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A High Point man who shot and killed a man inside his apartment April 3 acted in self defense, police today said detectives and the prosecutor determined.

Kendrix Jones told investigators he shot Daniel Cyrus Dixon, who was found dead inside Jones' apartment at 117 E. Swathmore Ave., apartment 2A, according to High Point police.

On Tuesday, detectives met with Guilford County Assistant District Attorney Randy Carroll and reviewed the case.

It was determined Jones, 25, acted in self defense when he shot Dixon, police said in a press release.

Police did not elaborate.

Dixon, 29, lived at 117-2H East Swathmore Ave., police said.

The case has been classified as a justifiable homicide. No criminal charges will be filed, police said.
 

FL: Two Martin County deaths deemed acts of self-defense
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"Authorities have deemed two separate cases first investigated as homicides as actual acts of self-defense, police said Wednesday."

"In one incident, Stuart police evidence led state prosecutors to determined Daniel George Griffin, 67, was protecting himself when he was confronted in his home by the man whose wife he was allegedly having an affair with, Sgt. Marty Jacobson reported."

"Barry Nordstrum, 47, allegedly broke into Griffin's home June 25 about 9 p.m. in the Circle Bay Condominiums and found the man with his wife."

"That's when Griffin grabbed a gun and shot Nordstrum to death. The wife, who was present, was not hurt." ...
 

MI: Rapper shot other man before being gunned down, police say
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Detroit rapper Proof was shot and killed after he pistol whipped and shot a 35-year-old Detroit man in a club operating illegally after hours, Detroit police said Wednesday."

"Keith Bender Jr. remained in critical condition Wednesday."

"Proof, whose real name is Deshaun Holton, was shot up to four times in the head and chest by another man at the club, police said. His autopsy was being conducted by Wayne County medical examiners Wednesday."

"Detroit Sgt. Omar Feliciano said both victims were shot inside the C.C.C. club, a licensed bar that was illegally selling alcohol at 4:30 a.m. — more than two hours after it’s required to shut down by state law." ...
 

IL: Security still worries some on east side
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A month after devastating tornadoes roared through Springfield, Tim Williams finds himself living in a camper parked in the driveway of what remains of his garage ..."

"Williams can't leave his property - which has been in his family since 1943 - because the garage door is gone and he is wary of looters. The phrases 'You loot I shoot' and 'You try you die' are spray-painted on the east side of the garage, just in case anybody might be tempted."

"He's not kidding, either. Williams keeps a pistol and his 150-pound dog, Tyler, with him to deter looters."

"'I just ran one off last night ...' Williams said Tuesday afternoon ... 'I pointed my pistol at him and told him I was calling the police.'" ...
 

TN: Student Charged After Gun Found At Red Bank High
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"A 17-year-old Red Bank High School student has been charged after a loaded gun was found in his locker."

"Police said the youth admitted stealing the gun from a home in Red Bank over the weekend. He said he had been planning to sell it."

"The student shared a locker with a female student, who found the 45 Colt semi-automatic pistol wrapped in a sweatshirt on Wednesday morning."

"She reported it to school administrators."

"The student was charged with possession of a weapon on school property, aggravated burglary, and theft under $500."

"The offense carries an automatic year's expulsion from school." ...
 

KS: Editorial: Concealed records on guns unnecessary
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Some circular logic is being employed by state officials who plan to seek additional legislation to keep secret the records related to the state's new concealed carry law."

"The Kansas Open Records Act requires that public records be accessible to the public unless they are specifically exempted from the law. Exemptions include such sensitive documents as personal medical records and juvenile legal proceedings."

"However, when legislators wrote the concealed carry law, they neglected to address the question of whether information on permits or permit applications should be exempt from the open records law. Because the law is silent on the issue, the assumption is that the records would be open." ...
 

FL: Gun-secrecy law firing blanks
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If you trust government to do the right thing regarding your safety without public oversight, stop reading."

"For those of you who thought usually conservative state Sen. Mike Haridopolos, R-Melbourne, was looking out for government abuse, it's time to be confused and contact him."

"After all, he's sponsoring a bill to keep from the public records of the 65,000 people who annually apply for or receive permits to carry concealed weapons, from Tasers to firearms."

"Some of the reasons expressed for doing so:"

"Haridopolos: Public access gives criminals the ability to find out who has guns."

"Marion Hammer ... The media are harassing law-abiding gun owners by printing stories about and publishing lists of permit holders." ...
 

NY: City Gun Control Bill Would Punish Dealers
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Although recent FBI reports have found New York City is one of the safest big cities in the United States, shootings over the last year—of police officers Dillon Stewart and Daniel Enchautegui, an innocent little girl named Naisha Person, and most recently an unsuspecting Chinese deliveryman named Shi Wi Yan, among others—have all been a reminder that gun violence is still a problem in New York." ...
 

DEA Agent Who Shot Self In Foot Sues U.S.
Submitted by: Ross
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"A Drug Enforcement Administration agent who stars in a popular online video that shows him shooting himself in the foot during a weapons demonstration for Florida children is suing over the tape's release, claiming that his career has been crippled and he's become a laughingstock due to the embarrassing clip's distribution. Lee Paige, 45, blames the video's release on DEA officials in an April 7 federal lawsuit filed against the U.S. government. ... According to the lawsuit, Paige was making a 'drug education presentation' in April 2004 to a Florida youth group when his firearm (a Glock .40) accidentally discharged. ..." ...
 

"I'm the only one in this room professional enough..." (blog)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Yeah, remember this dimwit?"

"Apparently, he's now SUING the DEA over the release of the tape that shows him being an irresponsible dumbass. Yep, SUING!"

"According to the Smoking Gun, Lee Paige is suing the DEA for 'improperly, illegally, willfully and/or intentionally' allowing the tape to be disseminated." ...
 

NY: Slay Cop Loose Cannon (follow-up)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The 'odd duck' ex-cop who gunned down a retired Port Authority officer on Staten Island was falling-down drunk when coaxed into giving up, police sources said yesterday."

"Allen Lau - who has a penchant for firepower and a history of bizarre behavior - was described by a source at the 17th Precinct in Manhattan, his last assignment, as 'a bizarre character.'"

"'He's an odd duck,' said the source."

"'He had a lot of guns. His temper would flare - he wasn't even-keeled. We would often joke that anyone who ribbed him could get shot.'" ...

"The 20-year veteran, who has permits to own 17 guns, told co-workers he didn't know what he was going to do with himself after he retired a year ago." ...
 

GA: ATF rids Univ. of ninja threat
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"ATF agents are always on alert for anything suspicious — including ninjas."

"Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearm agents, on campus Tuesday for Project Safe Neighborhoods training, detained a 'suspicious individual' ..."

"Jeremiah Ransom ... was leaving a Wesley Foundation pirate vs. ninja event when he was detained."

"After being held in investigative detention, he was found to have violated no criminal laws and was not arrested."

"'It was surreal,' Ransom said. 'I was jogging ... when I heard someone yell 'freeze.'"

"Ransom said he thought a friend was playing a joke before he realized officers had guns drawn and pointed at him." ...
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MA: Malden Narcotics Detective And Another Convicted In Conspiracy To Steal Cocaine, Reports U.S. Attorney
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A senior Malden Police Department narcotics detective and his co-conspirator, a former federal convict, were convicted today by a federal jury in an eight count indictment charging them with conspiring to distribute three kilograms of cocaine and related charges." ...
 

MI: Ex-Almont cop convicted
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"He had a three-year supply of steroids in a post office box and both equipment and information on steroid use and distribution at his home."

"Craig Gordon Brown, 38, a former officer in the Almont Police Department in Lapeer County, cannot work as a police officer anymore. He was convicted Thursday of illegally possessing and intending to distribute anabolic steroids, a controlled substance when not intended for human use."

"Brown was fired after the allegations of steroid use arose, confirmed by a failed drug test. In Lapeer County in 2003, he was convicted of neglect of duty but acquitted of delivering steroids. He served six months in jail on that misdemeanor conviction ..." ...
 

NY: Sheriff's deputy suspended after arrest
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A western New York sheriff's deputy faces new charges to go along with allegations that he assaulted his girlfriend last month.

Genesee County Deputy Ryan Bodeckor was arraigned Tuesday night on felony charges of reckless endangerment and coercion in connection with his arrest late last month for assaulting his girlfriend, according to The Daily News of Batavia

The new charges stem from an investigation that determined Bodeckor allegedly discharged his gun near the woman, authorities said.

Bodeckor, a road patrol deputy for the past eight years, was suspended with pay.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges and remains free.
 

FL: Former Edgewater Police Officer Convicted of Manslaughter
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"A jury convicted a former Edgewater police sergeant of manslaughter for the shooting death of a man. Ronald Robbins, 46, was found guilty Tuesday for the death of Jason Starkey, 22, on Sept. 22, 2002. ..."

"Robbins was convicted in 2003 of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison for Starkey's death, but a year later an appeals court overturned the conviction. It was ruled that Robbins did not get a fair trial." ...

"... Robbins said he shot his .22-caliber handgun out of self defense because he thought he saw Starkey holding a knife."

"Starkey ran 50 yards before he collapsed and died. Prosecutor Ed Davis had three witnesses testify that Starkey was walking away when Robbins fired his gun." ...
 

MI: Trap shooter a national champion
Submitted by: Michigan Gun Owners
Website: http://www.migunowners.org

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"A Hemlock High School student earned the title of High All Around Winner in a national trap shooting contest. He has his sights set on the joining the All-American Shooting Team."

"Collin C. Wietfeldt took home six awards at the 2006 Southern Grand American Championship in Odessa, Fla., in March."

"In addition to All AroundWinner, the 15-year-old won the titles Southern Grand Singles Champion and Southern Grand Doubles Champion, in which contestants shoot at two targets for each pull. He was runner-up in three other categories."

"'I used to play football, but then I started this (sport) and I don't care if I ever do those things again,' said Wietfeldt, who started competing in trap shooting three years ago." ...
 

VA: Citizens Armed And Dangerous
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"With an armed gunman in his sights, Jason Duncan had to decide. He hesitated, and the hostage kneeling on the floor took one in the head."

"The hostage was a volunteer helping with a training session at the old Harrisonburg Police Department, and the round was made of laundry detergent, but Duncan says the pressure felt real."

"'I was ready to take my shot, but I just couldn't. I couldn't shoot somebody.'"

"The simulation was part of the 7-week Citizens’ Police Academy. Saturday’s lessons included the simulation and later, shooting live rounds at the department’s shooting range in Harrisonburg."

"The academy ... shows the public the decisions officers sometimes face and the pressures of the job." ...
 

FL: Fancy Shootin'
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"Sharpshooters from across the state descended on the Fort White Gun Club recently for its annual 'Rimfire Ruckus' event. ... (Bottom Photo) Members of the Fort White Gun Club listen to instructions on stage five of the Rimfire Ruckus, which featured a scenario called 'Courtroom Shootout in the Cherokee Nation.' This stage started out with competitors firing 5 shots at certain targets in a specific sequence with a handgun before firing 10 shots from a rifle at other targets, and then finishing the stage with 4 shots fired from a shotgun at a third set of targets."
 

GA: Rifle sports gain women's interest
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"Kortlyn McPeek, 16, was the only girl who attended an informational meeting about the Aquinas High School rifle team last year."

"But this year half of the students who showed up for the rifle team's informational meeting were girls, she said."

"Competitive shooting, as a whole, is getting more attention from the fairer sex, she has noticed."

"'It's not as dopey a sport as (girls) had originally thought,' said Kortlyn, a sophomore and one of two girls on the school's rifle team. Last year, she set a national record at the National Rifle Association State Championship." ...
 

TX: Donations of labor, material improve gun range
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"Thanks to some sweat equity and donations from a local company, the firing range used by the local law enforcement people has recently undergone improvements."

"According to Grimes County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Greg Eakens, over the last few years, the department's staff has worked to improve the safety and functionality of the gun range. 'Recently we decided to expand our range to accommodate the police rifle shooting, as the original range was only for pistols - 50 yards,' Eakens said. 'The county road and bridge department loaned us the use of some heavy equipment ... and Sgt. Ryan Schroeder and I dug and moved dirt to expand the range and improve the road to the range. ... we did a lot of the work on our own time.'" ...
 

WI: County voters say no to rifles
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"Outdoor enthusiasts at annual conservation hearings split on whether the state should outlaw the baiting of whitetail deer, though they strongly supported restricting the practice before and during the fall hunt."

"... Voters also considered — and, locally, voted down — a proposal to open Manitowoc County to shoulder-fired rifles for deer hunting." ...

"Although opening Manitowoc County to rifle deer hunting was supported in most other counties, Larry Bonde, Wisconsin Conservation Congress representative for Manitowoc County, said the local voters' voices will be heard strongest when the proposal is considered at the statewide WCC gathering next month in Green Bay." ...
 

MI: Marksmanship club holds open house today
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An open house for the MSU Marksmanship Club and air rifle team will be held at 7 p.m. today in the Demonstration Hall Ballroom.

Information on the club's activities will be presented, and the air rifle range will be available for those interested.

The MSU Marksmanship Club offers different safe firearm activities, including clay targets and training sessions.
 

MN: As Shootings Continue Gov. Pawlenty, Mayor Rybak Offer Different Solutions
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Last week's summit between Gov. Pawlenty and city officials, which sought to address recent shootings in Minneapolis, left out one of the most crucial elements in preventing gun violence. According to Citizens for a Safer Minnesota, the Governor's plan to increase the police presence in Downtown and Uptown Minneapolis is laudable, but lacking."

"Sue Fust of Citizens for a Safer Minnesota said, 'Crime is a complex issue that requires a multifaceted response. ... we must also do something to decrease the number of people who are illegally carrying guns. Background checks for all gun transfers is one way to keep guns out of the hands of criminals.'" ...
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UK: Armed police close village
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"ARMED response units closed off an area of Carharrack on Saturday after reports of a man carrying guns were received by local police."

"Camborne police received a call at around 2.15pm concerning a domestic incident at an address in Carharrack but before they arrived a 57-year-old man left the address taking with him what was believed at the time to be two rifles." ...

"After searching for around an hour the man was found ... at around 3.30pm."

"He was discovered with an air rifle and a shotgun and ammunition was seized immediately before he was taken into custody under the provisions of the mental health act."

"He was taken to Camborne custody centre and after seeing a doctor, he was released without charge at 6.30pm." ...
 

Australia: Gun fired in Sydney pub robbery
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A shot has been fired during an armed robbery at a Sydney pub.

Three men, two armed with firearms, entered the beer garden of a hotel on Parramatta Road, at Burwood, in Sydney's west, about 11.30pm (AEST) yesterday and threatened a security guard before patrons were ushered inside the pub.

Once inside, one of the armed men watched the patrons while the other two men went behind the bar and removed a sum of cash.

As the three offenders left the premises, a shot was fired into the ceiling before they jumped a back fence and fled the scene.

Nobody was injured.

Investigators are now appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
 

Ireland: Gardaí demand more firearms training amid rising gun crime
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"Gardaí today demanded more firearms training to deal with the increase in gun crime."

"Although more than 3,000 gardaí were given permission to carry guns last year, sergeants and inspectors believe that that this number is not sufficient to meet the demand."

"The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) voted to have more personnel trained in the use of firearms in each garda division as a matter of urgency."

"... the number of firearms authorisation cards issued last year had dropped by 30% overall, and by as much as 50% in some divisions." ...

"'In a time when there are more armed criminals out there, the current numbers simply aren’t enough and they should not have been reduced.'" ...
 

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