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Bloomberg Outrage: Asks Judge to Ban 2nd Amendment References!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has moved from outrage to atrocity ... by asking anti-gun activist federal Judge Jack B. Weinstein to ban any reference to the Second Amendment during a civil lawsuit ... against Georgia gun dealer Jay Wallace, proprietor at Adventure Outdoors."

"The New York Sun reported that Bloomberg's attorneys made the request. Alan Gottlieb, founder of the Second Amendment Foundation, said the move clearly shows that Bloomberg has 'total disregard not only for the Second Amendment, but also the First.'"

"Bloomberg's attorney ... has reportedly argued in a brief that 'Any references to the Second Amendment or analogous state constitutional provisions are likewise irrelevant' to the upcoming trial." ...
 

Mike Vanderboegh: Monopoly
Submitted by: Chris Horton
Website: http://chris-horton.blogspot.com/

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... "An insurrection, in case your English is a little rusty, is an act or instance of rebelling or revolting against civil authority or an established government. An insurrectionist is a person who promotes or takes part in an insurrection. You know, like the monarchy of King George III was an established government and the Founders were the principal insurrectionists against its tyranny. King George wished for a 'monopoly of force' against the colonists. The colonists, being free men, declined to give it to him, and they in turn, gave us a Constitution that ensured their descendants would have the same opportunity." ...
 

Gun Rights Under Fire
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Earlier this year, the government tried and convicted David Olofson on the charge of transferring a machine gun. The Army veteran, Army reservist, husband and father of three contended that his gun was not a machine gun but simply a more than 20-year-old rifle that misfired. But instead of ordering him to repair the rifle, the government took Olofson to court."

"... His sentencing is on hold thanks to a defense motion to gain access to a government memo. The [BATFE] memo was not admitted at trial, but it may be what Olofson needs to be exonorated ... Please watch our four-part report on this miscarriage of justice and serious threat to the Second Amendment. Click here for part 1. Click here for part 2. Click here for part 3. And click here for part 4."
 

Lead scare a back-door attempt to ban ammunition
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Since the Supreme Court seems to agree that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual right to bear arms, gun haters are trying a different tactic."

"They want to ban lead bullets on the false premise that they’re a public health hazard and also hazardous to endangered bird species, like the California condor."

"A joint news release from the American Bird Conservancy and the Peregrine Fund noted that studies of several bird species have provided 'extensive documentation' of the health hazard posed to birds that ingest lead ammunition residues in the remains of gun-killed animals."

"That’s the jab. Now for the hook. 'New studies suggest that humans who eat game shot with lead ammunition may also be at risk,' ..." ...
 

Souping Up the Snubbie
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The majority of the concealed carry handguns I review are mid- to full-size semiautomatics. However, many shooters rely on much smaller, concealable weapons for self-defense. And why not? After all, lugging around a full-size gun day in and day out can be a drag. And who wants to go to all the trouble of strapping on a full-size gun when they go jogging or run to the store for a loaf of bread?"

"I wear a 1911 on a daily basis. However, when I have to run a quick errand or go for my evening run, my old Smith & Wesson 642 is the gun I am most likely to drop in my pocket or fanny pack. ... I know my firepower and range are limited with this weapon, but as the saying goes, 'better the gun in your pocket than the gun on the dresser.'" ...
 

We're All Gun Nuts Now
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "With both contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination evading the gun control issue as if it were sniper fire, you couldn't blame gun control advocates for feeling bitter. Yet Paul Helmke, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence ... says Obama and Clinton are 'coming fairly close to delivering the message we'd like.' On licensing and registering guns, Helmke says, they are 'being realistic' in recognizing 'there's no support for pushing that forward at this stage.' His thoughts on the candidates' ducking questions on the D.C. gun ban? 'They're politicians, and most politicians on tough calls do not answer.'" [emphasis added] ...
 

Guns and mothers — the link
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"On this Mother's Day, millions of American moms are receiving flowers, gifts and the special attention of loved ones."

"But approximately eight moms will receive something else today — the news that one of their children has been killed by a gun. Another 48 moms will learn that a child has been shot, but has survived." ...

"Why does this happen? Because right now, it is far too easy to obtain a gun in America. In most states, even convicted felons and the dangerously mentally ill — like the perpetrator of the Virginia Tech massacre — can walk into any gun show and buy any weapon from an unlicensed seller without anyone checking their background. Or even asking them any questions." ...
 

The Best Mother's Day Gift of All
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"On Mother's Day, May 14, 2000, approximately 750,0001 individuals, led by mothers concerned about gun violence, gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC to demand sensible gun laws. Across the country, an additional 150,000 to 200,000 people marched in their own communities."

"Marsha McCartney and her family, including two grandchildren, marched on Mother's Day in 2000 at the local event in Fort Worth, Texas. Marsha went on to become a member of the Brady Campaign Board of Trustees as well as the Chair of the National Council of Million Mom March Chapters." ...
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1 - Initial estimates were 35 - 40 thousand. After a press conference where organizers claimed 750,000 the media unquestioningly switched to the bigger number.
 

TX: Neighbor Fatally Shoots Donut Store Robber
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"Police said a man who tried to rob a donut store was shot and killed by a man who lives near the store Friday morning."

"The robber broke into the store in ... and terrorized the woman who was working there, police said."

"Police said the woman, Angel Randle, ran out the back door screaming for help."

"The neighbor heard the pleas, grabbed his shotgun and then fatally shot the robber, police said."

"'This is the second time this month she's been robbed,' witness Raymon Farrell said. 'And, God bless her soul, she's still alive.'"

"A River Oaks officer was passing by the scene and witnessed the shooting."

"Investigators said they questioned the neighbor, but don't expect to arrest him."
 

Obama and guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I read the 'Your Turn' article (April 29) by Steve Doherty, Jim Posewitz, Land Tawney and Kendall VanDyk on 'Obama Backs Gun Rights.' What a complete sack of garbage that is!"

"Those guys wrote that Obama realizes Montana gun laws should not be the same as those in Chicago. I always thought we were the United States and the Second Amendment applied to every American citizen having the right to keep and bear arms. If this Obama gets elected president, is he ging to keep gun control in Illinois and not in Montana? It does not make sense to me as he keeps preaching he is a uniter, not a divider." ...
 

GA: Veto gun bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"GOV. SONNY Perdue has until Wednesday to decide whether to sign or veto a bill that would allow Georgians to carry concealed weapons into restaurants and state parks and onto buses and trains." ...

"We encourage Mr. Perdue to veto the bill."

"... the negatives far outweigh the positives."

"Take restaurants that serve mostly food. As written, customers would be prohibited from consuming alcohol if they are carrying a gun. That means bartenders and servers would have to ask each person who orders a beer, a glass of wine or a mixed drink if he or she is packing heat. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Why? It is illegal now and must servers ask the question now?
 

IL: Sangamon County passes voting on anti-gun control measure
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The Sangamon County Board is not going to vote on a resolution that asks Governor Rod Blagojevich and state lawmakers to abstain from adding any more gun laws to the books in Illinois.

Ryan McCrady is the board's administrator. He says no members of the board want to sponsor the resolution because they have no jurisdiction over gun-rights questions.

Matthew Roberts of Springfield wanted the board to consider "Resolution Pro2A." The name refers to the Second Amendment to the Constitution.

Roberts says his group believes gun control doesn't work and wants to send that message to politicians.

Roberts says his group is all-volunteer and not affiliated with any other organization.
 

CT: On the trail of stray bullets
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Among the woods along the east side of Wallingford's Ulbrich Reservoir, there is a small patch of land dominated by thorny undergrowth. Spent rifle bullets are scattered around the shredded bushes."

"This treeless area is known as the bullet 'landing area' for the Blue Trail Range. State police, environmental workers, politicians, reporters and residents hiked the area and surrounding trails Friday to determine the extent of gun activity." ...

"The bullet landing area appears to be on Wallingford property ... Blue Trail has a legal agreement from 1961 to use the mountainous Wallingford property to stop bullets, but Durham First Selectwoman Laura Francis and state Rep. Ray Kalinowski said they were disturbed by what they saw." [emphasis added] ...
 

ATF, FBI Battle for control of cases
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"In the five years since the FBI and ATF were merged under the Justice Department to coordinate the fight against terrorism, the rival law enforcement agencies have fought each other for control, wasting time and money and causing duplication of effort, according to law enforcement sources and internal documents."

"Their new boss, the attorney general, ordered them to merge their national bomb databases, but the FBI has refused. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has long trained bomb-sniffing dogs; the FBI started a competing program." ...
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Submitter's Note: It seems these people can't work or play well with each other, and may need some adult supervision.
Why don't we just save tax dollars and disband BATFE?
 

PA: Sieg Heil! Dickson City, PA police demand gun owners' 'identity papers' & conduct Katrina style gun confiscation!
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... "The facts are simple and not in dispute – a few folks, including families with small children, met up for dinner at the Old Country Buffet on Friday, May 9.[3] Apparently a customer called the police to report that some of these people were openly carrying handguns. Next thing you know, Dickson City Patrolman Tony Mariano and female Officer Gallagher rolled up and proceeded to roust everyone away from their dinners, demanded identity documents from anyone they saw openly carrying guns, and seized the guns for some sort of Orwellian 'serial number check.'" ...
 

MN: Killer gets life sentence after pleading guilty to fatal beating at Sherburne County Jail
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Bruce Christenson was determined to kill somebody."

"He spent three hours prying a metal bar off a bathroom wall at the Sherburne County Jail. It would be the weapon he used to bludgeon a fellow inmate. Carl Moyle, who was being held on a traffic infraction, died an hour after he was found." ...

"Christenson ... admitted to the August 2006 killing of Moyle ... and was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole in 30 years."

"The case drew criticism because Christenson, despite his violent past, was placed with the jail's misdemeanor and traffic inmates."

"Christenson ... attacked an inmate with a razor ... In August, he was taken to the Sherburne County Jail for a scheduled hearing in the prison attack." ...
 

ME: Maine police officer indicted on felony charges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A 14-year veteran of the Portland Police Department has been indicted on five charges arising from an alleged assault on his wife at their Westbrook home in March.

Brian Regan faces felony charges of reckless conduct with a weapon and criminal threatening with a weapon. He was also indicted on misdemeanor counts of assault, criminal threatening and domestic violence assault.

The 39-year-old Regan maintains that his wife, Heidi, attacked him and he acted in self-defense. Heidi Regan did not return a call seeking comment.

Since his arrest, Brian Regan has been on administrative leave with pay.
 

CA: CHP Capt. Accused Of Fixing Ducks Player's Ticket
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A California Highway Patrol captain is under investigation for allegedly fixing a ticket for an Anaheim Ducks player."

"Capt. Ken Rosenberg is on temporary leave from his job as head of the Santa Ana office of the CHP, pending completion of the investigation."

"... the investigation focuses on a ticket issued March 14 to Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf, who was observed driving at 84 mph on the northbound lanes of the 133 toll road ... A copy of the ticket did not appear in court until April 28."

"CHP Officer Ricardo Lozano issued the ticket and filed it away ... An officer reported that Rosenberg pulled Getzlaf's ticket from the debriefing room, telling the officers there what he was doing, according to reports." ...
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CT: Connecticut Man Says Cops Broke Into His Home and Ripped Out His Catheter
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A man alleges that police entered his home illegally and ripped a catheter from his body during a child pornography investigation that led to the arrest of two neighbors." ...

"Glover's lawyer, Paul Spinella, said police entered Glover's apartment Jan. 30 and Feb. 28. Glover wasn't involved in child pornography, has not been charged and has no criminal record ..." ...

"... officers 'tossed' Glover's apartment during a search Jan. 30. In February ... Glover returned home from the hospital after his surgery to find officers searching his apartment again. That's when they assaulted Glover and left him alone in the apartment without calling for medical help ..."

"The police didn't have search warrants, Spinella said." [emphasis added] ...
 

CO: Police: Officer charged with assault jumped on teenager
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A teenager allegedly attacked by a police officer suffered a lacerated liver, broken ribs and kidney injuries when the officer jumped on his back up to four times, according to the victim's family and police.

Forty-year-old Officer Charles Porter, who had been assigned to the gang bureau, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of second-degree assault.

The family of 16-year-old Juan "Willie" Vasquez says the teen has undergone at least two surgeries following the alleged attack April 18.

A police report says at least two police officers witnessed the incident that followed a foot chase after Porter allegedly saw Vasquez consuming alcohol.
 

NY: In Depth Coverage - Former Chief of Police's Wife Arrested in Drug Bust
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The wife of former Schenectady police chief Greg Kaczmarek was among 20 people arrested in an upstate drug bust Thursday morning." ...

"The chief has been off the force for five years ..."

"Although he has not been charged, the former police chief was named in the indictment. In a phone conversation on February 18th, the indictment says that Lisa offered her husband as 'mule' for cocaine and said that as an ex-police officer, he would 'flash his badge' if the need arose."

"Greg Kaczmarek was later mentioned in the indictment for attending a meeting with his wife and another person charged to discuss how they could continue their drug organization after police had seized drugs earlier in the day." ...
 

CA: Man Shot At When He Doesn't Pay For Train Ride
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"A sheriff's Transit Services Bureau deputy fired at a man who ran away from a Metrolink train while officials were checking fares, but the man was not hit." ...

"The deputies were checking fare tickets aboard the train when the doors opened and the suspect ran out ..."

"'The deputies followed the suspect, and at some point the suspect turned toward the deputies,' [Deputy Luis Castro of the Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau] said in a statement."

"'Fearing the suspect was armed, one deputy fired his weapon, missing the suspect,' Castro said. 'The suspect continued running and was later apprehended by another deputy without further incident.'" ...
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IN: Ex-cop sentenced in S. Ind. drug case
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A former Clarksville police officer has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for dealing drugs.

Franklin Mikel, 35, was sentenced Thursday under a plea agreement reached with prosecutors. He admitted selling morphine pills to a police informant three times in March and April last year at the Greentree Skateland roller rink he owned in Clarksville.

Mikel was a candidate for town judge at the time he was arrested. The eight-year veteran officer was suspended from the force and later left the department.

His attorney says Mikel has already entered a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program.

The prosecutor said he thought that prison time was appropriate for Mikel.
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WI: High-ranking St. Croix Co. [police] official arrested for drunk driving
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A high-ranking deputy was arrested for drunk driving over the weekend. Officials say he was caught drinking and driving in an unmarked squad car on the way to a week of police training in Appleton, Wis.

St. Croix County Sheriff Capt. Mike Winberg is the third highest-ranking member of the department.

Police in the town of Grand Chute, Wis. told 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Winberg was seen driving at an usually slow speed around 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

Winberg was taken into custody on suspicion of operating while intoxicated and held in the Outgamie County Jail overnight.

The St. Croix County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Winberg was placed on leave from the department.
 

UK: Officer charged over card misuse
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"A second Metropolitan Police anti-terror officer has been charged in connection with alleged unauthorised spending on police force credit cards."

"Det Con Matt Washington, 36, in the force's counter-terrorism unit, faces a misconduct in public office charge."

"Last month Det Sgt Richard de Cadenet, also in the counter-terrorism unit, faced a charge of misfeasance in public office. He resigned after his arrest."

"Det Con Washington will face City of Westminster magistrates on 15 May."

"Another serving officer and a former officer were arrested last year over the alleged irregular use of American Express credit cards." ...
 

Canada: Durham officer charged with assault
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For the second time in a week, a Durham police officer has been charged with assault while on duty.

Const. Glen Turpin, 38, was allegedly in a physical confrontation in a holding cell in March 2006 and again at a holding cell in June of last year.

Both incidents allegedly happened at a police station in Whitby, Ont.

The 17-year veteran has been suspended with pay.

Last week, Const. Craig Wiles was charged with two counts of assault.
 

CO: Concealed weapons: 3 letters
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"Re: 'Concealed carry,' May 4 news story."

"I would like to thank you for the article on concealed carry in last Sunday's Post. It pointed out the lies and misleading statements the anti-gun lobby has made over the years. ..." ...

"Jim Sidebottom, Fort Lupton"

"The one thing that carriers of concealed-weapons permits share is fear. The only way some people can feel safe is to arm themselves with a deadly weapon when they walk down the street. ... if you carry a gun, even if you consider yourself one of the 'good guys,' I now have a reason to fear you."

"Zack Strober, Denver" ...
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Submitter's Note: Okay Zack, who exactly is the fearful one here?
 

PA: Gun control issue on minds of many
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The latest murder of a Philadelphia police officer has fanned the gun-control debate in the city and the region. Along the route of Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski's funeral procession in Bensalem, mourners took a moment to speak their mind on the issue."

"'There's no sure answer — it's tough,' said 48-year-old Ed Webster of Philadelphia. 'The country was founded on guns. But that right [the Second Amendment] had to do with revolution — not shooting police officers and thinking you're a man because you have a gun.'"

"Claire Curcio, a 72-year-old from Bensalem, supports more gun control but had doubts about how effective it would be."

"'Even though gun laws should be more strict, criminals are going to find a way to get them anyway,' she said." ...
 

WI: Pistol shooting class beneficial for many
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When it comes to the outdoors, there is a learning curve that never stops. ..."

"But on Wednesday nights during the month of April, my wife Connie and I decided to take to the indoors to learn something that we will put to use outdoors. The subject was Pistol Shooting 101."

"Here are some of the things we learned."

"We signed up for the class ... through the community recreation department. The class was taught by NRA-certified members of the Sheboygan Rifle and Pistol club. There were about 20 participants, more than half of whom were women. Some signed up to learn more about guns so they could spend more time on the range with their spouses. A number of them wanted to know how to handle guns for self-defense. ..." ...
 

Mexico: Top policeman killed in northern Mexico
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"The No. 2 police officer in a Mexican border city across from Texas was shot dead Saturday, the latest high-ranking official killed in an onslaught of attacks blamed on gangs resisting a crackdown."

"Gunman sprayed Juan Antonio Roman Garcia's car with bullets outside his home ... The attack came months after his name appeared at the top of a hit list ..."

"Mexico has been shaken by a wave of drug-related violence as gangs battle security forces and each other for control of trafficking routes north."

"The son of suspected Sinaloa cartel chief Joaquin Guzman was killed in a shootout Thursday ... The same day, Mexico's acting federal police chief ... was gunned down in front of his Mexico City home." ...
 

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