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Protect Us From Terrorists, Not Pilots
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"There has been no repeat of the September 11 hijackings in the United States...yet."

"If the unpleasant thought of hijacking becomes reality, the sad fact is that the hijackers might very well succeed again, despite the fact that Congress passed legislation in 2002 requiring the newly formed Transportation Security Administration to implement a program to arm pilots."

" 'The armed pilot is the first line of deterrence, and the last line of defense against terrorist attacks on airliners in flight,' explains Captain David Mackett, the president of the Airline Pilots Security Alliance."

"Mackett explains that only a small percentage of flights are covered by Federal Air Marshals and that expanding the FAM program to cover all commercial flights would be very costly to taxpayers."
 

Just as Dangerous: Fake Guns Impact Police Confrontations
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"Quick quiz. What looks like a gun but isn't a gun but can be just as deadly?"

"Answer: A replica gun, usually a BB gun or a pellet gun that looks like the real thing."

"Why deadly?"

"Because, with so many real guns on the streets, a police officer might make a fatal mistake when encountering someone holding a realistic imitation." ...

"Realistic-looking toys are supposed to be sold with orange tips so they do not unnecessarily frighten anyone." ...

"Nationwide, police have documented numerous cases of people brandishing BB guns or so-called airsoft guns within their presence. Airsoft guns use air pressure to fire plastic pellets while BB guns fire metal pellets."
 

Fahrenheit 9/11 could light fire under Bush
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is without doubt the most flaming-hot ticket at the Cannes film festival. And with good reason: Moore hopes that it will bring down the US government."

"The American film-maker has hitherto kept a tight lid on the contents of the documentary, saying only that it includes evidence of alleged links between the Bush and Bin Laden families. However, in two appearances in Cannes at the weekend before its premiere today, he revealed that the movie contains shocking footage from Iraq."

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Considering his past record of lying and misleading in "Bowling for Columbine," don't expect this documentary to be factual.
 

Strange Bedfellows
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"If we are indeed supposed to learn from the past, then damn it -- LET'S LEARN. The same people that told me I should vote for Mr. Bush because Mr. Gore would surely take us down the road of larger federal budgets bolstered by excessive spending, are now telling me we should back the Democratic nominee because outrageous federal budgets and out-of-control spending have put us in debt that will consume a portion of our grandchildren's earnings as they continue footing our bills long after we are gone."

"Will you people make up your friggin' minds!? Snap out of it. The ONLY kind of deal the devil knows how to make is evil. You cannot get what you want from the Republicans OR the Democrats. You have already proven it to yourselves. Look at your own history. Learn from what you have already experienced. Those great American siblings of Liberty and Freedom are not to be found upon either wing on the bird of prey that is politics in the United States." ...

"America's founding fathers, upon whom so many Libertarians like to reflect, were desperate men that won their freedom. They did not do it by compromising with the state once compromise had been demonstrated to be failing. ..."
 

AZ: Hiker shoots alleged attacker on remote trail
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"According to Feagan, a hiker coming out at the Pine Canyon trailhead, came across another man with two dogs."

" 'It appears that a hiker and an individual came across each other,' Feagan said. 'The accusation by the hiker is that he was attacked by the individual and his two dogs.' "

"The hiker shot and killed the alleged attacker."
 

MA: Cops say burglar shot during break-in
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Police say a city man shot a knife-wielding teenage burglar Saturday night as his friend, City Councilor Matthew Straight, fought another burglar inside a Straight-owned Fitchburg apartment building."

"Darren L. Bessette, of the first-floor apartment of 5 Weymouth St., fired his handgun at 17-year-old Jonathan Duval, of 108 Pond St., Leominster, after police say Duval came at Bessette with a knife."

"Police say the gunshot wound to Duval's leg was not life-threatening."

"Police Sgt. Glenn Fossa said Bessette was inside the three-story Weymouth Street building when he and Matthew Straight heard loud banging inside a woman's third-floor apartment." ...
 

MD: Mother says son falsely accused;
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"The mother of a 5th grade student suspended from Grasonville Elementary School for threatening to harm another student said her son was falsely accused." ...

"The incident Wednesday at the school triggered an uproar the following morning when an angry group of 40 to 50 parents greeted administrators as Grasonville Elementary School opened. Deputies from the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office also came to the school after concerned parents called Wednesday night and Thursday morning."

"Police searched the school and playground and found no gun. McFarland said police also searched her Grasonville home and yard and no gun was found. Vernel is accused of threatening a student during an art class at the school Wednesday. McFarland believes the other boy misinterpreted what her son said, then other students repeated a rumor and the issue mushroomed out of control, leading to her son's suspension."
 

UK: Essex rapist jailed
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A builder from Essex who raped two women after convincing them he was a member of the SAS has been jailed for 20 years. Nigel Da Costa who's from Dovercourt near Harwich was sentenced today after being convicted in February of rape and other charges including possessing a firearm with intent to commit rape. His wife Helen, a former primary school teacher, was jailed for 5 years after being convicted of false imprisonment and perverting the course of justice.
 

AL: Gun Bill Awaits Riley's Signature
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A Bill that could keep guns out of the hands of some mental patients may be signed into law today.

Governor Riley could sign a Bill to keep guns away from some mental patients with a history of violence. The shooting deaths of two Athens police officers prompted the change.

Farron Barksdale, who has a history of mental problems, is accused of killing them.

Barksdale bought an assault rifle last year. Under the new law, anyone who had been involuntarily committed would be added to a gun database. Gun shop owners would screen the data before selling a gun.
 

TX: Teaching your kids gun safety
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"You may not have a gun in your home, but 34 percent of homes with children do. If your child encountered a gun during a play date, what would he do? If you wait to find out, the results could be tragic." ...

"It is estimated that 34 percent of children live in a home with at least one firearm."

"So, even if you don’t have a gun, there is a chance that your child could have a play date in a home that does. PARENTING Magazine says don’t underestimate the allure guns have for kids."
 

UK: Presence of Drunken 'Stripper' on Airplane Sparks Probe
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A drunken woman looking for a place to sleep slipped past security and onto an aircraft at Aberdeen airport in Scotland where she dozed unnoticed for several hours, sparking a review of security."

"The British Airports Authority (BAA) said Monday it had launched a full investigation after the woman -- reported by a newspaper to be a scantily clad stripper -- scaled a fence and boarded a private jet."

"The young woman was found aboard an aircraft last Thursday and an investigation is under way,' a BAA spokesman said." ...

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Good thing the government has extra security at the airports, eh? If one drunk stripper can sneak past security, what could a group of enterprising terrorists accomplish?
 

Nigeria: Who says police should have a monopoly on force?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The New York-based group Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Nigerian police have used 'excessive force' in the northern city of Kano."

"Police were deployed to restore order after riots between Muslims and Christians - sparked when hundreds of Muslims were killed in central Nigeria."

"But HRW says officers may have unlawfully killed dozens of people."

"It said it had seen several such cases in Nigeria, in which the perpetrators were never brought to justice."

"'The police deployed to Kano were instructed to shoot on sight,' said Peter Takirambudde, executive director of Human Rights Watch's Africa Division."

"In this volatile situation, the police should be attempting to provide security, not kill more people." ...
 

UK: Children fight back in name of safety
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"PARENTS are sending their children to martial arts lessons to help protect them from paedophiles."

"Self-defence instructors in Merseyside are offering the tuition free to mums and dads concerned about the dangers of child abusers."

"Youngsters as young as five are taught kaizendo - a Japanese martial art based on boxing and judo. Such courses started in America."

"Chief instructor Steve Sharkey said the sessions give children a greater chance of getting away from an attacker."

"The black-belt and father-of-three, said: 'The programme teaches children to fight back.' "

"We believe if a child is passive during an attack, he or she is doomed."

"If we can help to keep just one child safe from these evil predators, all or our efforts will be made worthwhile." ...

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And if armed self-defense saves the life of a single adult, all our efforts will have been worthwhile.

Too bad their idea of non-passive doesn't include aggressive armed self defense.
 

India: Nurses: New karate kids on the block
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Modern day Florence Nightingales might soon sport black belts a la Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. To prevent sexual harassment [i.e. sexual assault] in and around hospital and hostels, PGI plans to train students of National Institute of Nursing Education (NINE) in self-defence."

"The decision was taken at a meeting of the Complaints Committee to Deal with Complaints of Sexual Harassment of Women in Work Place chaired by Joint Medical Superintendent, Dr. D.P. Mehta, some time ago. NINE principal Dr. Indarjit Walia has been directed to 'train the students about self-defence and tell them how to avoid such incidents and get help.' "

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The way to avoid such "incidents" (rapes and assaults) is to arm the students!
 

SC: Off-duty trooper charged with assault
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"State agents have charged a state trooper with assault after they say he hit a man with the butt of a gun and his car after an argument at an Orangeburg County motel in March."

"Lt. Danny Webb, 42, was off-duty when he pulled out a gun and pointed it at a man, according to a sworn statement from a State Law Enforcement Division agent."

"Webb then hit the man with the butt of the gun and knocked him to the ground after striking him with his car, breaking the victim's finger, SLED said."

"Webb also is accused of throwing the man's cell phone on the ground and breaking it, SLED said. ..."
 

PA: Zeroing in on zero tolerance
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" 'Zero tolerance' sounds simple: reduce certain crimes by making them automatically punishable. Critics argue simplicity is why the idea fails."

"Zero tolerance emerged with national force in 1994, after a spate of school shootings prompted the Federal Gun-Free School Act. That law mandates one-year expulsions for students caught with firearms on school campuses." ...

"Proponents argue that dangerous times require strict measures. ..." ...

"But critics say zero tolerance has become a panacea for school districts who'd rather expel and suspend than find constructive ways to deal with the juvenile's behavior."
 

Australia: More disarmed victims
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A 35-year-old man was threatened by three men brandishing guns during a car-jacking in Sydney's south west.

The Prestons man pulled into his driveway at 10.45pm (AEST) to be faced with armed men who demanded the keys to his Subaru WRX, a police spokesman said.

The car owner handed over the keys and was then punched in the face.

The armed men fled in the Subaru, which was later found dumped nearby.

The three men were described to police as being 170-175cm tall and of Middle Eastern/Mediterranean appearance.
 

South Africa: Should these police be the only ones allowed to have guns, Mrs. Brady?
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"Two policemen and a reservist have been arrested for attempted murder, Mpumalanga police said on Monday."

"Captain Sibongile Nkosi said the three men apparently entered a tavern in Trichardt near Secunda on Friday night armed with guns and started assaulting people."

"Shots were fired outside the tavern and three people were injured and taken to hospital."

"The men fled in a state vehicle, which was later recovered at eMzinoni."

"A 26-year-old reserve constable and a 23-year-old constable were arrested at the weekend at eMzinoni. Nkosi said the third policeman, a 32-year-old detective, handed himself to police on Monday."
 

AZ: Officer had training with Taser, police say
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"An officer who said he mistook his handgun for his Taser and accidentally shot a man had extensive training with the weapon, according to his training records released last week by Mesa police."

"Martin Wolfe, a four-year veteran with the force, also met expectations as an officer in recent evaluations in the areas of safety and knowledge about his job." ...

"Mesa officers generally carry their sidearms on their right side. The less-lethal stun gun is usually carried on the left side, and is drawn in a cross-handed manner, Gaffney said."

"Stun guns and pistols officers carry function differently. On the Taser M-26, which police say Wolfe was using, the trigger is not like that on a handgun. It is a rubber membrane."
 

OH: What boycott? We're doing exactly what posted businesses ask...
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"This organization has NEVER used the word boycott to describe our efforts to inform CHL-holders that they are not welcome in stores listed on our Do Not Patronize While Armed database."

"The purpose of the Do Not Patronize While Armed database is to assist these stores that have expressed their desire to keep license-holders out. We also wish to help CHL-holders know to stay away while armed."

"Athens business owners shouldn't be concerned about CHL-holders. What they SHOULD be concerned about is criminals who will ignore their signs."
 

UK: Over 100 schools regularly use dogs to search pupils for drugs
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"Police sniffer dogs are being regularly used in more than 100 secondary schools in England and Wales to search children for drugs, according to an investigation by Drugscope, the UK's leading drugs charity."

"The use of drug sniffer dogs in schools was unheard of three years ago, but 12 police forces have now taken up the scheme pioneered by the Kent force, which is now taking dogs into primary schools as well, for demonstration purposes."

"Headteachers who have called in the dogs in an attempt to implement a zero-tolerance policy on drugs told Druglink, the charity's magazine, that they regarded it as the "soft option" compared with the random drug testing policy that was advocated by Tony Blair in March."
 

MD: Police Investigate Report Involving Commissioner
Submitted by: Jim Sr

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"City Police says there is an internal investigation is underway into what may or may not have occurred at the home of city police commissioner Kevin Clark early Saturday morning."

"A police spokesman says one of the officers who guards Clark's condo says he thought he heard an allegation of spousal abuse by a friend of Clark's wife."

"The officer wrote a report."

"Tonight the department says the officer misunderstood what the friend was saying and that no abuse occurred."

"Commissioner Clark is to address the matter shortly."
 

MO: Phelps County Sheriff's Department has issued 127 concealed weapons permits
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"Morales said 159 people have applied for a concealed-carry permit in Phelps County. Two of those applications have been denied, she said, 127 approved and the rest are pending."

"Applicants must provide proof that they've successfully completed a certified firearms training program and must be cleared by a background check administered by the Missouri State Highway Patrol before receiving a permit."
 

CO: Limited number of rifles commemorate anniversary: Only 11 -- including proof -- will be made
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"A Colorado company has created a gold-plated, engraved commemorative Winchester rifle to honor the 175th anniversary of Branch County, which is being celebrated this year."

"Brain Nesby of Rocky Mountain Firearms, Ltd. has the proof model in the county this week to show off the $3,000 gun." ...

"Names of historic figures, such as Joseph Hanchett, a Coldwater founder; Jabe Bronson, first settler and pioneer of Bronson; and the first female pilot, Harriet Quimby, listed on the borders."
 

UK: Tories to review gun ban
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"THE Tories want to ease the law banning handguns passed after the Dunblane massacre."

"Conservative home affairs spokesman James Paice said the Tories wanted the law reviewed during a speech in the House of Commons yesterday."

"But he denied there was any specific Tory plan to repeal the handgun ban, although the idea had not been ruled out."

"He said: 'The Conservative Party are committed to carrying out a review of firearms with a view to consolidation and simplification rather than penalising the lawful sporting user.' "

"Paice said handgun use had doubled since Labour's 1997 ban."
 

Venezuela: President Hugo Chavez announced his government would establish 'people's militias'
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"President Hugo Chavez announced his government would establish 'people's militias' to counter what he called foreign interference after an alleged coup plot by Colombian paramilitaries Caracas claims was financed by Washington." ...

" 'Each and every Venezuelan man and woman must consider themselves a soldier,' said Chavez."

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And how are these "soldiers" supposed to defend their land when they're being effectively disarmed by their government?
 

NC: Suspended Davidson Sheriff Pleads Guilty, Agrees To Resign
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"Gerald Hege was expected to go to court Monday morning to fight to regain his job as Davidson County sheriff."

"Instead, Hege gave up the post he's held since 1994 and pleaded guilty to two counts of obstructing justice in Davidson County Superior Court."

"The 55-year-old Hege entered the guilty pleas under an agreement with prosecutors that will allow him to avoid serving time in jail.
If it had been anyone but Hege he/she would have done jail time with no questions asked."
 

MO: State readies driver's licenses for concealed gun permit holders
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"Driver's licenses are no longer just for height, weight, hair color, eye color and birthday."

"Under the state's new law legalizing concealed guns, Missourians licensed to conceal and carry must get a new driver's license that will announce a person's concealed-gun permit in bright red type, the Department of Revenue said Monday."

"The concealed-carry notification will be in the license's upper-right corner - the same location that also announces whether a person is younger than 21."

"Anyone issued a concealed-gun permit after July 1 will have seven days to apply for a new driver's license. People who already have their gun permits should go to a Department of Revenue office to get a new driver's license."
 

NY: Dropped Gun Kills Man (New York guns must be smarter than the average gun!)
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A 62-year-old Brooklyn man died yesterday when he accidentally shot himself with his friend's gun, police said.

Lorenzo Deer was handling the weapon, which belonged to his pal, Gustavo Acosta, in the basement of a house on Woodruff Avenue in Flatbush at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, police said.

Deer accidentally dropped the gun and it went off, sending a single bullet into his chest.

Acosta, 24, called cops, who arrested him on gun-possession charges.
 

Canada: Scrap gun registry, poll urges
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"A majority of Canadians of all political stripes firmly believe the federal government could fight crime better by scrapping its controversial gun registry and putting the money into other law enforcement priorities, a new poll suggests."

"The poll, commissioned by Conservative MP Garry Breitkreuz, found 61.6 per cent of Canadians who responded in a national telephone survey "strongly agree" the government should spend the money elsewhere."

"A further 15.1 per cent "somewhat" agreed with the suggestion, prompting Breitkreuz to say in a statement he intends to release today that fully 76.7 per cent of Canadians across the entire political spectrum agree the registry should be scrapped."
 

Australia: Court hears Falconio's girlfriend had gun held to head
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"The Darwin Magistrates Court has heard that a woman had a gun placed to her head by the man accused of murdering British backpacker Peter Falconio." ...

"It is alleged Mr Falconio got out of their Kombi van and walked to the rear of the vehicle when Ms Lees heard a distinct bang."

"The court heard the man then bound Ms Lees hands and tried to tape her mouth, punching her in the head when she resisted."

"Mr Wild said Ms Lees shouted 'What do you want? Is it money? Is it the van? Just take it. Are you going to rape me?' "

"Mr Wild said the defendant told her to 'shut up and you won't get shot'."

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It appears more stringent gun control measures are still doing nothing to prevent crime.
 

Germany: Gun-wielding fans storm pitch
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"At least 30 angry home fans stormed onto the pitch to attack the visiting players and a 21-year-old man had to be taken to hospital after he was beaten around the head with a corner flag, police in the northern German port city of Bremen said."

"Two of the attackers threatened the players with firearms, they added."

"The assailants face charges of harassment, assault and violations of gun law."

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Doesn't Germany have very strict gun control laws? Yes, they do. As a matter of fact, Germans who want to hunt with a rifle must undergo checks that can last a year, while those wanting a gun for sport must be a member of a club and obtain a license from the police.
 

Canada: Gun legislation a failure, let us count the ways
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"If you listen to the anti-gunners, the mere presence of guns will increase the rates of homicides, suicides and violent crimes. So Canada and the United States should be the worst places to live. Admittedly, the U.S. has the highest incidence of gun crime. So it's the fattest kid at the gym. But if we look at the last 10 years, the results from the U.S. contradict other countries' attempts to solve the problem."

"The rate of decline of gun-related crimes in the U.S. is better than Canada's. It's also much better than in Britain and Australia. Countries where they have banned and confiscated guns are seeing crime rates rise significantly. The U.S. diet is working; ours is not."
 

Canada: Time to dump the gun registry
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"The Martin government is letting slip tantalizing hints that it might do something about Canada's $1-billion gun registry. ...Still, we can't help but note that if there were a political dimension to this, we would be seeing just what we are seeing now: acknowledgement of a problem but no specifics of a solution. ..."

"Something certainly has to be done about the registry. The government's own estimates show that the cost of this thing, first estimated at $2 million, will reach $1 billion by next year and could climb past $2 billion within the next few years. To date, about 7 million firearms have been registered, leaving an estimated 1 million unaccounted for."
 

OH: Hook, line and sinker, but never a gun
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"But I've learned something about Ben and Jerry's home state that suddenly makes me proud to be from Ohio. In Vermont, they shoot fish."

"That's right. They dress up in camouflage, load up their .357 Magnums and climb into trees over bodies of water they hope they don't fall into, although sometimes they do."

"It said so, in The New York Times." ...

"Well, we might let humans shoot one another with concealed weapons, but there's one thing we don't let anyone do here in Ohio and I think it's time to make it our state motto:"

"We Don't Shoot Fish."
 

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