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High Court Deals Blow to Bush's War on Terror
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The U.S. Supreme Court placed the first limits on President Bush's war on terrorism on Monday and ruled that terror suspects can use the American judicial system to challenge their confinement."

"The historic moves on the day before the end of the high court's term marked a bitter defeat for Bush's assertion of sweeping presidential powers to indefinitely hold "enemy combatants" after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. It was the court's first rulings on Bush's terrorism policies."

"... In another ruling, it said an American terror suspect held in his nation is entitled to a chance to contest the government's decision." ...
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Well at least the court acknowledges that we have some rights.
 

Four States Holding to 'No Issue' Handgun Laws (JTO)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"With the recent passage of a 'shall issue' handgun law in Ohio, the number of states that have eased restrictions on concealed gun carrying has risen to 35. But in the face of this onslaught, four heartland states are holding fast to their long-time laws that prohibit the carrying of concealed guns by people other than police officers."

"Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wisconsin thus far have withstood the gun lobby's efforts to enact shall-issue laws. ... They stand apart not only from the shall-issue states but from the 11 'may issue' states that allow residents to carry concealed handguns if they can demonstrate a need for protection."
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Poster's note: Wisconsin, Nebraska and Kansas prohibit concealed-carry, open carry is perfectly legal, and Illinois has "Six Seconds from Safety", de facto concealed carry for FOID holders.
 

AL: Chiefs call for ban on rifle used in Birmingham officers' deaths
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The rifle believed used in the recent slayings of three Birmingham police officers would be illegal under a bill now before Congress, a move supported by some of Alabama's top law officers in the wake of the deaths." ...

"'They're very dangerous weapons, they're powerful weapons and they're not the weapon of choice for hunters or anything like that,' said Cochran, the Mobile police chief. 'They're simply powerful weapons for self-defense, but likewise can be used for killing. They're war weapons.'" [emphasis added] ...
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Of course by this logic, since 75% of cops shot on duty are shot with their own weapon, the chiefs should be calling for a ban on cops carrying guns.
 

We all lose if cops have all the power
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"A lot of people want to know why I went all the way to the Supreme Court rather than give my name to a policeman. "What's so important about that?" they ask. "What's the big principle at stake?" And last week, when the Supreme Court ruled against me, maybe some thought I was foolish to have done it. But I still think I did the right thing and that there were some issues that had to be decided." ...

"Here's why this was so important to me: I don't believe that the authorities in the United States of America are supposed to walk up to you and ask for your papers. I thought that wasn't lawful. Apparently I was wrong, but I thought that that was part of what we were guaranteed under the Constitution. We're supposed to be free men, able to walk freely in our own country not hampered, not stopped at checkpoints. That's part of what makes this country different from other places. That's what I was taught."
 

Park bomb victims can sue Olympic organizers, court rules
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"Georgia's Supreme Court ruled Monday that victims of the 1996 Olympic Park bombing, who claim inadequate security contributed to the tragedy, can continue with a lawsuit against the organizers of the games."

"In a unanimous decision, justices upheld a state appeals court ruling, which found that the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games was not immune from liability under state law. The case now goes back to the trial court."

"'We contend that negligent security at Centennial Olympic Park allowed this tragedy to take place,' said Jay Sadd, attorney for the victims, who are seeking compensation for their injuries, lost wages and pain and suffering."
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Could this case cause anti-gun businesses rethink their stand on disarming law abiding citizens???
 

Conscription, Standing Armies, and Love of Country
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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"There has been much talk lately about the possibility of the draft being renewed to force young men (and women?) to enter the military and engage in combat in the Middle East. Most Libertarians and Liberal Democrats are adamantly against the draft, and with good reason. Freedom to dissent from our government's actions and policies is absolutely fundamental to the proper workings of a free Republic. Without this basic and essential freedom the idea that we are a free country is a farce." ...
 

CA: Police Beating Touches Old Wounds
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"Larry Moore stood outside the First African Methodist Episcopal Church on Sunday and described what it felt like to watch last week's videotaped beating of a black man at the hands of a Los Angeles police officer."

"'It's like, here we go again,' he said."

"In the pews and entryways of black churches around South Los Angeles on Sunday morning, few who witnessed the tape said they were surprised by the treatment of car-theft suspect Stanley Miller, who was struck 11 times by a flashlight-wielding officer after Miller had appeared to surrender." ...
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Watch the video for yourself. BG stopped and put his hands up, then started to lay down. Two officers jump on top of him and a third starts waling on him.
 

Pizza Hut Does Not Value Life
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Last month, a Pizza Hut deliveryman Ronald Honeycutt foiled a robbery attempt. When his assailant pointed a 9mm handgun at him, the deliveryman shot and killed him. The next day, Pizza Hut fired Honeycutt." ...

"Pizza delivery personnel are a favorite target of armed robbers. They are alone, in a strange neighborhood, they are carrying at least a small amount of cash, and they are probably not armed. In short, they are extremely vulnerable and more than likely, not present a challenge to the assailant. Pizza Hut even goes so far as to announce that their employees are not allowed to carry weapons...This action basically places a target squarely upon the backs of their delivery drivers."

"Honeycutt's dismissal has not gone un-noticed by Indianapolis residents. Pizza Hut has reportedly received many complaints and business is down." ...
 

The war on guns
Submitted by: Robert Lewis

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"When anti-gun agitators wish to hack away support for Americans' right to keep and bear arms, they must utter only one word: crime. It's the catch-all, the single basket into which they toss all their rotten eggs. The problem of crime, they say, can be solved if we just get rid of all those danged firearms." ...
 

Assault on common sense
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"Assault weapons are semiautomatic guns such as Uzis and AK-47s designed for military use that have features that are totally unnecessary for hunting or self-defense." ...

"Unless you want to be able to mow down a whole herd of deer in three seconds, or defend yourself against 20 simultaneous attackers, there is no legal reason you would need an assault weapon. On the other hand, if you want to do a drive-by shooting, an assault weapon could come in very handy." ...

"In Dublin, Ireland, where I am studying for a year, gun violence is so rare that police on the street don't even carry guns, because they don't need them."
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KABA asks, which "assault weapon" feature is so useful for a drive-by? The bayonet mount? The flash-hider? The barrel shroud?
 

Libertarian presidential hopeful touts Constitution
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"Propelled by a fierce devotion to the Constitution and the firm belief that the federal government has grown beyond the bounds set by the founding fathers, Texan Michael Badnarik is running for president on the Libertarian Party ticket." ...

"'We want to be able to control the swing votes so the Democrats and the Republicans must pay attention to us,' he said in a telephone interview with the Reno Gazette-Journal. 'Im trying to let American voters know that there are more choices. I want them to know that the Libertarian Party has this crazy idea that the Constitution means something.'"

"If elected, Badnarik said he would eliminate most federal agencies, starting with the Internal Revenue Service and the Food and Drug Administration, saying they are unconstitutional. It is government agencies such as these, he said, that are driving up consumer prices and taxes and failing where private enterprise would excel." ...
 

This long shot is worth a look
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... "On federal spending, he promised, 'We would reduce the size of the federal government to only that allowed by the Constitution, eliminating the Department of Education and privatizing Social Security.' The elderly who long have paid Social Security taxes would be taken care of by 'selling federal land.'"

"'The federal government is too big and has too much power,' he said. Under his presidency, the government would be shrunk so much 'the IRS would no longer be necessary.'" ...
 

Canada: Self-defence is fine -- if you are in jail
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... "And yet it might be received with the sound of squealing brakes in one's head. 'Wait a minute -- you mean prisoners can claim a legal right, under some circumstances, to carry shivs?'"

"This is the weird territory at which Canada has arrived. Amongst the free citizenry, the right of armed self-defence is no longer considered respectable. The orthodox position of the federal government is that to store a gun in one's home for the purpose of defence is, ipso facto, illegitimate if not insane. When a shop owner in a rough neighbourhood pulls a 12-gauge or a baseball bat in defence of his life and property, the police in any Canadian city will invariably hem and haw over charges against him while telling the public that he ought to have awaited his fate quietly, phoning the authorities if he happened to survive." ...
 

OH: Editorial: Printing CCW list is for public good
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"The Warren Tribune Chronicle was one of the first of now four Ohio newspapers to have published the names of concealed handgun license-holders as though they were social pariah. ..."

... "This year, on several Web sites and gun-advocate publications across the state, the Tribune Chronicle's position on the Second Amendment has been misrepresented."

"This is because we regularly publish the names, ages and counties of everyone locally who applies for a concealed carry permit. This upsets some gun-advocates who have subsequently labeled the Tribune as being against the new law."

"We feel that anybody who believes in the Second Amendment, as we do, should also uphold the First Amendment, which we do." ...
 

NY: Sport shooting competitive, yet social
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"While hunting is still a popular shooting pastime, many gun owners enjoy testing their skills in a different way: sport shooting."

"Skeet and trapshooting, along with target shooting, are safe and popular ways for gun owners to keep their shooting eye sharp." ...
 

NY: Rifle range likely to remain closed
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"Having determined that five bullets that struck a house a mile and a half from the Maidstone Gun Club in East Hampton probably came from the club's rifle range, town officials say it is unlikely the range will reopen."

"No one was home when the bullets struck. They were discovered over several weeks in April and May by Tracy and Kevin Coyle, who own a house in the Huckleberry Woods subdivision in Wainscott."

"The gun club voluntarily shut the range, although it kept open its other facilities, after the bullet holes were discovered."

"At first, the gun club's members said the bullet holes probably came from hunters or other sources, pointing out that a 20-foot earthen berm backs up its rifle range." ...
 

NY: NYSRPA announces June 2004 "Misfire" award
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The New York State Rifle and Pistol Association inaugurated its Misfire Awards in May of 2004 in order to bring to New Yorkers' attention the many needless gun laws proposed in the State Assembly and State Senate, as well as by local government. Watch your tax dollars at work as legislators author bills that will have no effect on crime, but will harass law-abiding New Yorkers who wish to use firearms for legitimate sporting and/or self-defense purposes."

"The June Misfire Award goes to Assembly bill A-2927. This bill calls for 'personalized' guns that will fire only in the hands of 'authorized users,' and establishes a 'commission' consisting of State officials to draft a standard for 'personalization.' ..." ...
 

UK: Gun nightmare of shop worker
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"A SHOPKEEPER watched in horror as a masked man pointed a gun at an employee and pulled the trigger."

"The employee, Ted Hope, 60, of Page Moss, Liverpool, was left shaken but unhurt as the gun failed to go off and the gunman left empty-handed." ...

"Police think the weapon was a cap gun or starting pistol."

"Shop owner Dean Alghrani was in the back when two balaclava-clad men walked into the shop and pointed the gun at Mr Hope."

"Mr Alghrani said: 'They aimed it at him then I heard the clicking of the gun. They pulled the trigger two to three times and Ted just froze.'"

"'I came out with a knife I keep for security and started shouting and they left. The gun didn't look like a toy to me - they were serious.'" ...
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KABA Question: So if the shopkeeper had used the knife on a thug, would he be facing charges of "intentional infliction of GBH"?
 

South Africa: Traffic cop kills hitchhiker, saves driver
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A hitchhiker who tried to rob the people who gave him a lift was shot dead by a traffic officer on a rural Free State road on Sunday, police said."

"The officer, Paul Hauptfleisch, drove up as the hitchhiker was threatening two men and a boy by the roadside between Qwa Qwa and Clarens, said police spokesperson Christopher Mophiring on Monday."

"Hauptfleisch pulled up his vehicle and took cover behind it, while shouting to the armed man to drop his weapon."

"Instead, the man apparently insulted him, said Mophiring."

"Hauptfleisch shouted again, at which the armed man fired two shots at him."

"The officer then returned fire, killing the hitchhiker." ...
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Citizens should not have to depend on the vagaries of chance to save them from thugs.
 

South Africa: Five women shot at point-blank range
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"Three women were killed and two others critically wounded in Inanda on Sunday evening when three men entered a family home and one of them shot all the occupants, Durban North police said on Monday."

"One of the intruders took out a 9mm pistol and shot the five women one at a time each at point-blank range. All were shot in the head."

"The men then fled the scene."

"Flora Mkhize (52) and her daughter Rowen (27) survived the shooting, but were admitted to a local hospital with critical injuries. Both were in comas." ...
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Unfortunately the cops didn't arrive in time to save these disarmed women.
 

So You Want To Be A Marijuana Farmer?
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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Let's fantasize of an across-the-board legalization of marijuana by the federal government. Stop laughing and set aside all of the improbabilities of such fantasia for now. Our purpose is to examine the ramifications of legalizing a substance that, in the past century, has infected our federal masters with an arguably unprecedented messianic zeal and unslakeable thirst for moralistic discipline.
 

South Africa: Vigilantism is not a solution for crime [letter]
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"Your letter "Dik of being robbed" is a sign that people are "gatvol" of petty crime in our city." ...

"Dik obviously has a problem when he is attacked by a person with a gun, and I empathise with him. The Central Firearms Register (CFR) in Pretoria is on record as saying they will take guns away from current licence holders."

"I see a big problem here. The bad guys won't hand in their weapons and the good guys, who won't have guns any more, will be defenceless against them. Certain people (not all) who need a gun should be allowed to have one in order to defend themselves, their families and their belongings against predators with guns." ...
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Some people almost get it, why can't the CFR?
 

India: Fallen Heroes -- 'Encounter Specialists' [S.W.A.T. team] accused of custodial torture, murder, cover-ups
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... "The first version has a 28-year-old computer engineer returning from Dubai to his village Parbhani in Maharashtra only to be arrested on charges of being a terrorist and a conspirator in a bus blast. He is tortured in custody and his body disposed of at a farmhouse. As a cover-up, the police ferry a burqa-clad constable to another city, stage an accident and say the accused has escaped. Or so alleges the father of the deceased. The police have a different version. The accused, according to them, was being taken in a police jeep when the vehicle overturned and he escaped. Only, the court refuses to believe them. And, unfortunately for all concerned, the [first version] is true." ...
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But only cops and the military . . .
 

KY: The bears are back
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James and Anna Deal are among the dozens of regulars who gather almost every night in Kingdom Come State Park to marvel at black bears that frequently emerge from the woods.

The park largely credits these bear watchers with a 20 percent rise in attendance each year since 2000.

"And the city of Cumberland has embraced the bear craze, incorporating it into its seal and throwing a festival."

"But in Knox County, Arvil Messer thought the black bear in his garden was threatening him and his neighbors' children, so he shot and killed it."

"Now he faces criminal charges." ...
 

UK: Jail warning over replica gun
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A London student who admitted taking a replica pistol to Stansted Airport has been warned he could face jail.

Sean O'Connor, a physiotherapy student from Shepherd's Bush, pleaded guilty to carrying a blank-firing Beretta and 11 blank rounds of ammunition.

O'Connor, 25, was bailed at Chelmsford Crown Court by Mr Justice Hawksworth and will be sentenced on July 30.
 

Malaysia: Debt collector shot twice
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"A 49-year-old debt collector was seriously injured after being shot twice by a lone gunman in Taman Tenaga Cheras here."

"The man, said to have been operating an illegal money-lending company for years, was shot in his cheek and back yesterday."

"City police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mustafa Abdullah said the victim was about to head towards home after closing his office in Jalan Selimang at 8.30pm."

"He said when the victim entered his car parked in front of the office, a brown Proton Wira driven by an unknown man suddenly stopped near him." ...
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Note: Malaysia has the death penalty for mere possession of an unlicensed gun.
 

OH: One Killed, Three Injured In Potato Gun Accident
Submitted by: Larry E. Bigham

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One person is dead and three others are in the hospital after a potato gun explosion.

The Champaign County Sheriff's office says one man was pronounced dead on the scene. His identity is not being released until his family is notified.

Three other men were injured in the accident.

Thirty-one-year-old Judd Coffey is listed in critical condition at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. Twenty-two-year-old Jason Anderson is listed in fair condition at Miami Valley Hospital. The condition of 48-year-old Robert Kiser is unknown.

The incident is believed to have happened late Saturday night when a potato gun came into contact with gun powder and exploded.

The sheriff's department is still investigating the explosion.
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Ohio's anti's oughta jump on this one, with background checks before buying potatoes or hairspray next?
 

UK: Rare auction pistols on show
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Some rare 18th-century guns set to go on sale in Edinburgh have gone on public display.

The flintlock carriage pistols, thought to have belonged to military hero Clive of India, are due to sell at auction later this week.

The pistols, valued at A15,000, are on display at the Lyon and Turnbull auction rooms at Broughton Place.
 

Mexico: Mexicans protest at soaring crime
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"At least 250,000 Mexicans marched through the capital and other cities on Sunday in protest at the Government's failure to control lawlessness in one of the world's most crime-ridden countries."

"In the biggest demonstration in Mexico in more than 10 years, protesters dressed in white filled Mexico City's Zocalo Square, which holds more than 100,000 people, and packed surrounding avenues."

"Many carried banners urging the death penalty for kidnappers, rapists and murderers." ...
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KABA Note: In Mexico it is a felony to have ammunition, to say nothing of a gun.
 

Philippines: Ex-PNP officer yields, admits planting bombs
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"A former police senior inspector who admitted planting bombs in various areas in Metro Manila and who surrendered to authorities last week was presented to media Monday." ...

"Camarista, who was dismissed from police service for being absent without official leave (AWOL), surrendered to Assistant Defense Secretary Ricardo Blancaflor in Bulacan."

"Police said Camarista surrendered to authorities because he feared for his life."

"Camarista admitted planting an improvised bomb at the DND building in Camp Aguinaldo, beside the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) building in Quezon City, and in the compound of the Sanctuario de San Antonio Church in Makati City last June 21 and 22." ...
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But only cops . . .
 

UK: Gunning for profits...
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"Owning any sort of firearm in these politically correct times is likely to be as popular as having a stag mounted above your mantelpiece, wearing fur or admitting you find Jim Davidson funny."

"But those who own antique firearms insist their interest is not so much to do with a love of bloodshed and violence as of machinery and the decorative arts."

"'Collectors of antique firearms tend to be interested in them for the same sort of reasons as collectors of antique clocks,' says David Williams, head of the arms and armour department at auctioneer Bonhams."

"'They like the mechanics of them and the decorative side: the wood and metal, the carvings and intricate patterns.'" ...
 

WA: State visitors can hide their guns
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"Beginning this week, visitors from North Carolina may arrive with more than a suitcase and video camera."

"They may be packing a gun. And it will be legal."

"For the first time, Washington is recognizing other states' concealed weapon licenses, if those licenses are issued under the same guidelines as here."

"'The right of self-defense does not and should not stop at the state border,' said Joe Waldron, executive director of the Citizen's Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, a Bellevue-based gun-rights group with 650,000 members, including 18,000 in this state."

"North Carolina and Washington signed an agreement for reciprocal recognition last week. Similar arrangements with other states will be completed this week ..." ...
 

NY: Man gets 25-life in "gun-free" NYC cabby shooting
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"A Queens judge on Monday sentenced a 'stonehearted killer' to 25 years to life in prison for the 1996 fatal shooting of a cab driver during a carjacking in Jamaica."

"'It is my wish that you never be let out of prison,' Justice Robert Hanophy told Jerome Mitchell, 37, of Norfolk, Va., while imposing the maximum punishment in State Supreme Court in Kew Gardens."

"... According to testimony, Mitchell and Coy Huggins, ... saw Elhadji Gaye, 44, drive his 1994 Jeep Cherokee into his driveway on Foch Boulevard on March 24, 1996."

"The two men approached the vehicle from behind and, as Gaye got out, Mitchell fired one shot from a .38-caliber semi-automatic pistol that mortally struck Gaye in the face, prosecutors said." ...
 

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