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Guns, in the right hands, protect society
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Al Herron and David Hackathorn brought up two issues about my May 3 'Talk of the Town' that deserve further discussion."

"Mr. Herron trotted out and attacked the saying, 'Guns don't kill people; people kill people.'"

"That people quote the statement so often doesn't make it any less true. We must separate a person's actions from the instruments of action. Current law supports that distinction."

"Mr. Herron also analogized guns to cars and the laws governing their use. Both guns and cars can be deadly weapons. I support responsible use of both, but a major distinction exists between them: The state grants you the privilege to operate a motor vehicle. God grants you the right to defend yourself." ...
 

So you think banning guns will end mass homicide? (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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... "Is mass murder 'made possible by only one thing - a gun'? Would banning guns help our nation avoid 'recurrences of such preventable tragedies'? Unfortunately for gun ban extremists, murderous psychopaths (the same ones their legislative goals would ensure are the only ones with guns) keep disproving their ridiculous claims."

"FOXNews.com is reporting that a man armed with a 21-inch-long knife killed nine people, including six children, and wounded 17 others in a rampage over the weekend in a central Philippine province." ...
 

FBI New York terrorist report exposes danger in clergy attacks on self-defense firearms, says American gun law expert
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"'The FBI did a tremendous job this past weekend in thwarting yet another extremist Muslim terrorist plot directed at a New York target,' self-defense advocate John M. Snyder said here today."

"'At the same time,' he continued, 'the revelation of the plot demonstrated there is a great personal danger to millions of law-abiding American citizens created by certain clergymen in their campaign to undermine the right to self-defense. Unfortunately, ministers of various religious denominations work to deny Americans their right to keep and bear the arms they very well may need to defend their own lives and the lives of their loved ones. These clergymen are committed to civilian disarmament.'" ...
 

VA: Deal for UVA gun scare students
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A little over a month after four UVA students were arrested and charged with brandishing a firearm during the filming of a class project, prosecutors and defense have reached a deal which clears the students of wrongdoing, but requires them to pay reparations and perform community service."

"The charges will officially be dismissed in August, and if the students stay out of trouble, their records will be expunged after three years. The students ... must pay approximately $400 each to reimburse Charlottesville and UVA police and for the medical expenses of a student who was taken to the hospital and treated for a panic attack as a result of the incident. They also must perform 50 hours of community service." ...
 

MN: St. Cloud Tech student accused of threatening to bring gun to school
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A student at St. Cloud Tech High School is under arrest for allegedly threatening to bring a gun to school and shoot people.

Witnesses say they heard the 17-year-old sophomore make the threat. The student did not have any guns on him when he was arrested yesterday.

Police say the student is being held on suspicion of making terroristic threats.

Extra patrols will be provided at the school today -- which is typical for the last few days of school.
 

IL: Rochester High student facing adult weapons charges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Rochester High School student found carrying a loaded gun in class Friday has been charged with two counts of unlawful use of a weapon on school grounds and with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon." ...

"Schmidt wouldn't say if authorities know why Williams had the gun - believed to be a 40-caliber handgun - or where he had gotten it. He said the investigation is continuing."

"Williams was being held at the Sangamon County Juvenile Detention Center."

"A spokesman there could not say Monday evening whether he had been released."

"Rochester School Superintendent Tom Bertrand said earlier that officials, who were alerted to the fact that the student had a gun, do not believe he intended to harm anyone at school." ...
 

NY: Insider Account of NYC's Middle School Cell Phone Raid
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As if the New York City school system didn't have bigger fish to fry, a recent surprise raid by police at our neighborhood junior high school resulted in quite a haul: 404 cell phones, 69 iPods, 23 assorted electronic devices, two knives, and one imitation gun ..." ...

"The school has just fewer than 1,000 students, so a haul of 404 cell phones is significant. ..." ...

"Parents and students are upset, frustrated, and some are up in arms about the raid. ... The majority of parents want their kids to have cell phones in case of emergency (these kids are traveling to and from school on public transportation) ..." [emphasis added] ...
 

Gun groups target Bloomberg
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is being cast by gun rights groups as the face of gun control and the top opponent of the second amendment."

"Bloomberg, a Republican who helped the Mayors Against Illegal Guns coalition grow from a small group of 15 into an organization including 225 leaders of cities and towns across the country, was described by an article in a National Rifle Association publication as 'a billionaire, Boston-grown evangelist for the nanny state,' The New York Times reported Monday. 'Beholden to nothing except his own ambitions, the mayor has established himself as a kind of national gun-control vigilante,' the article said. ..." ...
 

TX: Bills give public the right to know a little less
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Texas lawmakers dealt open government advocates major defeats this spring, shuttering government records long open to the public. About 400 bills were filed affecting the public's right to know."

"Among the trend limiting access were bills that seal the identities of concealed handgun owners, limit disclosure of home addresses for attorneys and judges, hike charges for records requests and restrict contents of search warrant affidavits." ...

"For the first time since the 1995 passage of Texas' concealed handgun license law, the identity of more than 258,000 current permit holders are now sealed by law. House Bill 991 went into immediate effect with Gov. Rick Perry's signature in May." ...
 

CT: Gun-Trafficking Bill Passes In House
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A controversial gun control bill requiring gun owners to report their lost or stolen firearms promptly or risk possible fines and criminal charges passed in the House of Representatives, just before midnight Monday."

"The bill, which faced strong opposition from the national gun lobby, requires gun owners to take reasonable precautions to reduce the risk of their firearms being lost or stolen and makes failing to report the loss or theft of a gun to police within 72 hours a crime."

"The Democrat-driven bill passed 94-56 after six amendments proposed by Republican opponents failed. The Senate passed the measure 24-11 on May 23." ...
 

CA: When All Firearms Are 'Micro Stamped', Illegal Aliens Will
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Legislation that would require 'micro stamping' of cartridges from semi-automatic weapons (which typically eject their spent cartridges after firing) hasegendered virulent criticisms from the usual suspects."

"Their basic argument is the same they have used for decades. They posit a brilliant criminal who will think of ways to evade the laws, leaving only us dumb honest people to get entangled in a 'legal web', unconstitutional bureaucracy and so on."

"Well, maybe criminals aren’t as ingenious as these soldiers of the 2nd amendment."

"Let’s look at their arguments." ...
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Submitter's Note: Mr. Cavala neglects the 'argument' that the feasability study the legislature itself requested from UC Davis concluded "At the current time it is not recommended that a mandate for implementation of this technology ... be made."
 

MA: Will Massachusetts Gun Owners be Tracked Like Sex Offenders?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The latest strategy in the national war against illegal guns includes a 'track and map' system to trace gun ownership, and the movement includes a local campaign in Worcester with a community group’s own tracing proposals."

"Worcester is still reeling from the disappearance nearly a decade ago of some 50 guns from the Kahr Arms gun manufacturing company on Goddard Memorial Drive. One gun stolen from there was later discovered by a 4-year-old near his backyard, after it had already been used in a nightclub shooting that left one man dead. The locations of other guns remain unknown."

"Nationally, concerns have been growing over trafficking of illegal guns stolen from homes or dealerships. ..." ...
 

New violations found at Red's; Gun shop braces for ATF's next move
Submitted by: Red's Trading Post
Website: http://www.redstradingpost.com

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"In the rear of the shop, two federal agents sifted through the merchant's gun sales files."

"The agents' supervisor - who had traveled to Twin Falls from Spokane, Wash. - paced about the floor talking on her cell phone ..."

"No doubt about it: Agents last month blasted Red's Trading Post manager Ryan Horsley with a higher level of scrutiny than the gun shop has ever known." ...

"Past audits overlooked errors found May 23 in the three-man audit. More than that, Horsley said, a past auditor had even OK'd or recommended some of the red-flagged procedures." ...

"Marshall would not comment on why ... the Spokane Area ATF supervisor, had participated in the audit. She would not say why errors ... were not raised before." ...
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KABA Note: Coincidentally enough, this latest 'review' occurred 'on the heels' of an interview on 'Talkin' To America'. See update at JPFO.
 

NY: State Prison Guard Arrested On Drug, Weapons Charges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Hoosick Falls Police are being close mouthed about what traffic violations were allegedly being committed by a New York State corrections officer who they arrested Saturday night on drug and weapons charges."

"Harold E. Gaines, 39, of Latham, is charged with having 69 bags of marijuana on the front passenger seat when he was stopped ..."

"... Ashe said he smelled a strong odor of marijuana inside the vehicle upon approaching. After ordering Gaines out of the vehicle, Ashe said he found a BB gun which resembled a 9 mm handgun stuffed in Gaines’ waistband. A loaded 9 mm assault rifle and the bags of marijuana were found during a search of the vehicle, he said." ...
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Submitter's Note: H/t to David Codrea.
 

NJ: Guns' cracks take 89 cops off the streets
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"About 90 Jersey City cops were yanked off the street this week when their aging service weapons were found to have hairline fractures in their frames ..."

"Officials at the department's firing range noticed the cracks in the Smith & Wesson guns carried by some officers and alerted Police Chief Tom Comey on Tuesday."

"Fearing the guns might not function properly, 89 officers - about 10 percent of the force - were taken off the streets and given desk duty while the department hurriedly looked for replacements. Police service levels were maintained by other officers working overtime, Comey said." ...

"Paul Pluff, director of marketing for Smith & Wesson, said last night that the Jersey City guns are simply old." ...
 

NJ: Essex warns cops: Don't snub grand juries
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police officers in Essex County failed to appear at grand jury proceedings more than 100 times this year and Prosecutor Paula Dow threatened to begin slapping them with contempt charges, her office said."

"Dow sent a memo to police chiefs May 17 telling them officers could be held in contempt of court if they 'engage in willful nonappearance.'"

"'Failure to appear at the contempt hearing may result in an order for arrest issued by the court,' Dow said in the memo. 'This office tends to seek the maximum penalty and fines for failing to obey grand jury subpoenas.'"

"Since January, officers failed to show up for scheduled grand jury appearances 137 times ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Does the prosecutor's office 'send a memo' if a non-LEO ignores a subpoena?
 

OH: Man avoids trial; pleads guilty to gun possession
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A New Matamoras man avoided a trial after pleading guilty Monday to being in possession of a police officer's stolen gun."

"Anthony Kennedy, 24, was set to stand trial today, accused of stealing a handgun in March from an unmarked police cruiser assigned to Sgt. Craig Brockmeier of the Washington County Sheriff's Office." ...

"The incident prompted an internal investigation at the sheriff’s office, which is leading to changes in department policy.

"Brockmeier was not disciplined over the incident." ...
 

NJ: Officer fires on coyote
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The elusive coyotes of Middletown remained so Monday when a police officer fired two shots at one of the animals, but missed his target."

"The officer wielded a 9 mm pistol to kill the coyote in the ... Police received a report of a coyote in the area at about 10:30 a.m."

"After visiting the site of the shooting, [Chief] Oches said no one was in danger of being accidentally shot by the officer, who had been standing at a slightly higher elevation than the animal -- and about 80 feet away -- when he pulled the trigger." ...

"A coyote shot by police on May 23 has been the only one killed or captured in the area since two young boys from the township were attacked and injured by the animals." ...
 

KY: Police say retired officer fired on Hummer after seeing gun
Submitted by: Barry Bright
Website: http://www.willowtown.com/reality/blacksburg.htm

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"Investigators say a retired Jeffersontown police officer shot another driver in a parking lot Sunday, leaving him in critical condition, and it may have been a case of road rage. Police say the two men argued over the right-of-way at a 4-way stop at a Kroger store parking lot ..."

"... Koenig and 33-year-old Darren Pickerill pulled up to a 4-way stop at the northwest corner of Kroger's shopping center and began arguing."

"'There was some issue as to who had the right-of-way,' Sanders said. ..."

"During the confrontation, Koenig told police he saw Pickerill's weapon and fired six to eight shots in self-defense. ..."

"Police recovered a weapon from Pickerill's vehicle, but police have not said whether it had been fired." ...
 

FL: Army recruiter shot when gun fires in bag
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A 41-year-old man suffered a life-threatening wound after accidentally shooting himself in the chest Monday morning, Pinellas County sheriff's officials said. Joseph Babel, a master sergeant who works as an Army recruiting officer, was alone at his home on Morningside Drive when he shot himself with a handgun, according to authorities and his daughter, Erika Babel. Officials said Babel was reaching for an item in a canvas bag where he kept his Ruger 9 mm pistol. The gun discharged through the bag and into Babel's chest. The wounded Babel managed to call 911 and was flown to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg. On Monday he was listed in fair condition. The Sheriff's Office is investigating how the gun went off and what Babel was doing with the bag.
 

SC: S.C. Detectives Chief Charged With Peeping Into Bedroom of 24-Year-Old Woman
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"The head of Charleston County's detectives has been arrested after neighbors told police he was on a roof, staring into the bedroom window of an adjoining home, authorities said."

"Sheriff's Capt. Jesse Gene Hammet, 43, was placed on administrative leave after North Charleston police arrested him Friday on two counts of violating the state's Peeping Tom law ..."

"A neighbor called police Thursday and said she saw Hammet get on the roof of his townhouse, scamper across to an adjoining townhouse and peer inside the bedroom window of a 24-year-old woman for about five minutes, according to an arrest warrant." ...
 

OH: Victim was a 'healer'
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"Rodney Vese wants his daughter Mary C. Lyons remembered as a healer."

"When she was 9 years old, Lyons began volunteering at Chardon Health Care Center. She played cards and socialized with the senior residents."

"'That was the beginning of her desire to take care of people,' Vese said." ...

"Lyons' life was cut short Saturday morning when she was murdered in her Parma home, according to Parma Police. She and her boyfriend, Robert Grzywaczewski, 42, were discovered dead in their bedroom. Parma police think Grzywaczewski, a Cleveland Clinic police officer, killed Lyons and then himself with a .40-caliber pistol." [emphasis added] ...
 

AR: Air travel tips from Arkansas official: No guns in carry-on
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Here's a tip for summer vacationers traveling by air: No guns in your carry-on."

"A common oversight the Transportation Security Administration sees at airports in Arkansas is small firearms. Usually, the person inadvertently carrying a gun has a concealed weapons permit, said Federal Security Director Jerry Henderson, and the matter is handled administratively, although there could be civil fines up to $10,000 and criminal laws might apply."

"Regulations do permit transporting firearms in checked baggage, but not in carry-on, with limited exceptions for law enforcement officers. Checked firearms must be unloaded, in a locked hard-sided container, and must be declared at the check-in." ...
 

IL: Jesse Jackson Calls For Weapons Ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Rev. Jesse Jackson is urging lawmakers to ban semi-automatic weapons."

"His call to action came during the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition's annual conference in Chicago. And as CBS 2's Katie McCall reports, it also comes after the violent deaths of two more Chicago teens."

"Jackson is declaring a state of emergency in Chicago and asking state and federal lawmakers to ban assault weapons."

"'There is no defense against these weapons, nor is there any place for them,' Jackson said."

"Yesterday two more teens were shot to death in Chicago, bringing the number of Chicago Public Schools children lost to violence this year to 30." ...
 

ID: Teenagers packing heat stir second thoughts on amendment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The right to bear arms is one of America's most sacred rights, except when dopey teenagers start parading around with loaded weapons ..."

"I'm not sure Zach and Stephen Doty were what our forefathers had in mind when they came up with the Second Amendment."

"Zach began elevating the Post Falls community blood pressure last month after he turned 18. He strapped a loaded 9 mm Glock 19 handgun to his hip and started wearing it as a fashion accessory on trips to the library, parks, stores and even to Bible studies."

"Not wanting to miss out on a chance for public contempt, 15-year-old Stephen recently joined big bro by slinging a loaded Ruger .22-caliber rifle over a shoulder." ...
 

OH: Educating the Politician, AKA Taming the Shrew (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I've spent way more time on the Ohioans For Concealed Carry website ... than anyone in their right mind can possibly justify, and am constantly inspired by the collective wisdom of our posters. ..."

"While it is safe and comfortable to simply preach to the choir, if we expect things to change, we have to step outside that zone of comfort and safety and express our views and opinions to those with the power to do so. ..."

"In a moment of inspiration, I penned two letters to my senator to help remind him that he’s not in office because he’s Sherrod Brown, but because he’s not Mike DeWine. While Democrats and Republicans won't always find common ground, Americans should." ...
 

UT: Families lax on gun storage?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two-thirds of gun-owning families fail to store their firearms safely, posing a potential risk to children at home, according to a pediatric study that questioned parents on the topic when they brought children in for well-child doctor visits."

"Locking up all guns lessens the odds of firearm accidents or suicides among children...

"'If guns will not be removed from homes where children live and play, then the safe storage of those guns becomes a health priority,' the study said."

"The Utah Shooting Sports Council's Clark Aposhian said he was skeptical of such a study, believing it artificially inflates the number of actual accidental shootings involving children and unsecured firearms." ...
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Submitter's Note: But if 'safe storage' saves just one life it will be worth it, right?
 

OH: Police chiefs argue against gun ban; judges rely on anti-gun info from Supremes (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"The Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reported last week that police chiefs from Lorain County are trying to persuade the 10 judges who work at the Lorain County Justice Center to lift a ban on officers carrying their firearms inside the courthouse."

"When the county judges (many of whom are now no longer serving at the courthouse) made the decision three years ago to enforce the ban, the newspaper reports they were relying on misleading information provided to them by the Ohio Supreme Court to make their security decisions." ...
 

VA: Gun club's merits
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As a member of the Lafayette Gun Club, I make some of the noise Nora Emerson cites in her letter 'Noise from gun club disturbs the peace,' May 18. I truly regret that this noise disturbs her ..."

"But I do want to point out that the shooting noise from Lafayette does have some redeeming circumstances. Our range is used by police officers, ... Boy Scouts, youth rifle teams, and JROTC cadets, among others. In all cases of use, the teaching and practice of gun safety is primary to the marksmanship training these shooters gain and thus is a great benefit to the community."

"Most National Rifle Association members do not think that the Second Amendment supplants the other amendments, but rather it protects them." ...
 

Canada: Guns on the run
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When the Mounties examined the .22-calibre Beretta pistol, they discovered it was loaded."

"A .45-calibre Colt MK4 pistol was loaded, too."

"A .25-calibre Beretta pistol was loaded and the Mounties noticed the serial number had been removed."

"Another .22-calibre pistol, this one unloaded, was also found as the guns kept coming."

"All of this information is contained in a thick file folder itemizing more than 40 charges, most of them criminal, against Joseph Jean Paul Cyrille Legere, 55, of Pembroke, Yarmouth County."

"He’s accused of running guns from the United States to Canada." ...

"Lots of ammunition was also found — about 6,700 rounds, police said, after they were done counting it." ...
 

Canada: For crooks: guns aplenty. For you and me: paperwork
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"My friend, noted Quebec academic and author Pierre Lemieux, submitted his firearms licence-renewal application directly to the Prime Minister's office this week. 'Mr. Prime Minister,' he wrote in a covering letter enclosing his Form 979, 'I would like to suggest that you should enforce your own 'laws' yourself. You will note that, as a proud descendant of the disobedient French Canadian coureurs de bois, I have not answered one of the form's indiscreet and obscene questions. ...' (Form 979 asks, among other things, about recently ended romantic relationships.)"

"Atta boy, Pierre. It may not do much good, but cowering like mice before 'the insolence of office,' as Shakespeare called it, won't do much good either." ...
 

UK: Guns found as police raid 'robbers lair'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police swooped on the Tadworth headquarters of armed robbers who were plotting to steal £1 million from a Securicor van, a court heard."

"At the property in Beechen Lane,off Brighton Road, they found guns, bullets, blue lights enabling them to pose as police, fluorescent jackets and a 'kidnap kit' for seizing the driver's wife at gunpoint and holding her hostage in their home." [emphasis added]

"The plan of all those who plotted behind the doors of the property was to hold her while two of them in masks forced her husband to hand over cash at a Dartford, Kent, depot, the jury was told." ...
 

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