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With friends like the Million Mom March, they don't need enemies.
Submitted by: Skypod
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"With friends like the Million Mom March, the gun control movement does not need enemies." ~~Great article on the major messups of the MMM.
 

Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Alert: Licensing in California
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Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"California State Senator Jack Scott (D-Pasadena) has introduced SB52, a strong proposal to license handgun purchasers in California. A hearing is scheduled on the bill April 17, in the California Senate Public Safety Committee. A similar proposal, AB35, by Assembly Member Kevin Shelley (D-SF) has already passed the Assembly Public Safety Committee. Here's what you can do to help: ..." and they list people to contact. Contact those people, only tell them to OPPOSE Licensing!
 

Student turns himself in after accidentally firing gun in school
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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And on & on it goes....

"The boy, 16, apparently fired the gun accidentally on Tuesday as he put it back into his pants pocket, authorities said. The bullet left holes in his pants and the bathroom floor. ... After the shooting incident, the boy took the gun home, then returned to school and turned himself in, Police Officer Chuck Distelhorst said."

KABA Note: Apparently, nobody ever taught this boy basic gun safety. What a shame.
 

North Carolina bill seeks broadening of safe-gun regulations
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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A bill that would expand the state's gun-storage laws drew support Thursday from child-health advocates, but criticism from gun-rights advocates who lined up to fight it.

"Henri Mc Clees, a lobbyist for the NRA, said the bill supporters want eventually to outlaw gun ownership."
 

NJ Paper Gun Charges Dismissed
Submitted by: Ed Wolfe (fixed link)

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Under the school district's zero-tolerance policy on violence, school officials notified police, who filed the charges against the boys after interviewing them for nearly five hours at a precinct station. The boys were also suspended for one day.

Hamadi's father called the charges overzealous and an inappropriate reaction to recent school violence across the nation.

"It was crazy," Ron Alston said. "You can't hurt nobody with a piece of paper."
 

"People's Awareness Coalition"
Submitted by: Skypod
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! -- The information in this Website advocates people to be self-governing within the means of natural law."
 

15-man SWAT siege on innocent seniors' home
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A 15-member SWAT team tear-gases and trashes the home of disabled elderly folks. The crimes of the dangerous criminal they sought, (who had been turned away from the house in the first place): Credit card and check forgery, and failure to appear. No job too small for the paramilitary police...
 

Girl, 9, Suspended After Bringing Gun to School
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ERIE, Pa. A 9-year-old girl was suspended after she brought a loaded handgun to her elementary school, authorities said. She had not been charged with a crime, but prosecutors were considering charging her father, said Erie County District Attorney Brad Foulk.
 

Two different endings to 2 cases of children shooting peers
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A Common Pleas Court judge convicted Dominique's 24-year-old mother of involuntary manslaughter for allowing her son access to the loaded .38-caliber weapon he fired at his sister.

But in Family Court, 13-year-old Lakeisha Graham was judged delinquent for accidentally firing the rifle that killed her friend. Her foster grandfather, who had waved a handgun in front of the children earlier that night and left the loaded rifle in plain sight against his bedroom wall, was not charged.
 

Warrantless Searches: Utah's "Checkpoint Alpha"
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"If traffic checkpoints represent an acceptable loss of freedom today, what will be acceptable tomorrow? If a few fundamental rights can be rationalized away to stop the bad guys today, what additional rights will be disregarded tomorrow?" --Daniel B. Newby
 

Out of Jail, but Still in Court
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Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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The Kentucky judge who would rather break up a family than permit homeschooling says: "A public school teaches a child to be responsible. ... And it's training that a child cannot get in home school, cannot get. There's no way." (3/26/01)
 

Maryland Uses Logic to Fight Gun Deaths
Submitted by: David Shimm

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A bill to teach gun safety to Maryland's schoolchildren passed the House of Delegates yesterday, paving the way for the state to become the first in the nation to require firearms instruction.
 

Boy, 5, critical after accidental shooting
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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The .380-caliber semiautomatic handgun had remained locked in a jewelry box for the better part of 10 years, he said. But a week ago, his teenage daughter saw a prowler's hand coming through her broken bedroom window. Her scream chased him away and the family pulled out the gun. Later it was placed in the nightstand drawer. When Leslie, whose nickname is Rudy, came over, "(My wife) had forgotten that it was in the nightstand drawer," Bennett said.

KABA Note: While we don't normally post stories that outline gun owner stupidity, this story serves as a reminder for us to be responsible with our weapons, and to teach our children basic gun safety! This tragedy need not have happened!
 

Susan Ager: adults face gun problem empty-handed
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This editorial appeared on the 3rd of April. She advocates asking the kids what is wrong, but as we know from resent polls, kids don't know it all.

KABA Note: She also watches too much network TV. She writes, "School shootings with fewer than 5 dead might not even top the evening news if Alan Greenspan made a peep that day." But she doesn't mention the fact that the media is playing-up these "school shootings" to make them look like a huge nationwide problem, when they are actually quite RARE, especially in comparison to children who die or are injured from medical mistakes, car accidents, drownings, falls, burns, and ingestion of hazardous household chemicals.
 

Teen car theft suspects to be tried as adults
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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A Juvenile Court judge decided Wednesday that two teen-agers accused of stealing Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury's car at gunpoint will stand trial as adults. "Your counsel says you are not a sophisticated criminal. Well you just graduated," (Judge) Steel said during Odom's (criminal) fitness hearing.

~~Good to see a few good judges are still around.
 

AU: Child detainees to be strip-searched
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Guards would be able to strip-search children for weapons in an immigration detention center in Australia.
 

Judge Gags Mom
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Kids seized. Judge gags Mom. Mom protests action by duct-taping her mouth.

Hansen (the mom) contends Hornack (the judge) issued the gag order in retaliation for her participation, along with about 50 other parents, in a Feb. 23 rally at the Capitol. The parents say the division wrongfully takes children from homes because of their parents' poverty.
 

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