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CT: Court rules on self defense shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The state's highest court ruled Friday that a cab driver had no right to carry the pistol he used to shoot a robber because his taxi is not a place of business."

"The state Supreme Court, in a split decision, said that a cab is not a fixed location. It pointed to other exemptions where a person, such as a parole officer or a federal marshal, could carry a pistol in his car without a permit because it involves public safety."

"In the court's opinion, Justice Richard N. Palmer wrote that taxicab drivers should be required to obtain a handgun permit. 'We can think of no good reason why not to require taxicab drivers to obtain a handgun permit - and the mandatory training on handgun use and safety - before allowing them to carry such deadly weapons while traversing the public highways of this state,' Palmer wrote."
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Here's one good reason. According to the FAQ on the official state website for the Board of Firearm Permit Examiners:

"Q25. Is it true that I must be issued a permit if I do not have any of the convictions or events listed in Section 29-28?"

"A. No. Even when there is no criminal record of any kind, the issuing authority is entitled to consider anything which pertains to the conduct, judgment, character, reputation, habits, behavior, physical condition, mental condition, etc., of the seeker of the permit – to the extent that it bears on the question of the suitability of the individual to carry handguns. ..."

(as quoted on packing.org).
 

House votes to leave Patriot Act as-is
Submitted by: TriggerFinger
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"The Republican-led House bowed to a White House veto threat Thursday and stood by the USA Patriot Act, defeating an effort to block the part of the anti-terrorism law that helps the government investigate people's reading habits."

"The effort to defy Bush and bridle the law's powers lost by 210-210, with a majority needed to prevail. The amendment appeared on its way to victory as the roll call's normal 15-minute time limit expired, but GOP leaders kept the vote open for 23 more minutes as they persuaded about 10 Republicans who initially supported the provision to change their votes."

"'Shame, shame, shame,' Democrats chanted as the minutes passed and votes were switched. The tactic was reminiscent of last year's House passage of the Medicare overhaul measure, when GOP leaders held the vote open for an extra three hours until they got the votes they needed."
 

The First Decade Of The Tennessee Handgun Permit Law Shows Very Good Results By Legally Armed Citizens In Tennessee
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... "Statistics of the first ten years of the Tennessee Handgun Permit Law shows that skeptics of this self-defense law were wrong regarding the reasons for their opposition. Even some Chief Law Enforcement Officers in Tennessee now strongly support this law based on the good results." ...
 

More LEO conceal carry news...
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... "[LEAA Executive Director and retired police officer James J.] Fotis noted that the legislation could affect over a million qualified off duty and retired law enforcement officers. 'When President Bush signs this bill, he'll be giving nearly 1.5 million current and retired officers the tools they need to protect themselves, their families and our communities, 24/7, at no cost to the taxpayer,' said Fotis."
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what about the rest of us who want to protect ourselves and our families?
 

UK: Courage of Pcs who tackled drug gunmen
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Two Metropolitan Police officers received the highest award for bravery today after tackling gunmen involved in a gang shootout."

"The unarmed officers arrested a Serbian hitman and a cocaine dealer who had just shot three Colombian drug suppliers."

"Pc Jeremy Archer and Pc Nick Woodhouse received their awards from the Prime Minister at the annual Police Bravery Awards."

"The gun drama unfolded in Putney High Street when a car screeched to a halt in front of the officers' patrol vehicle and three blood-soaked Colombians leapt out screaming that they had been shot."
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But aren't guns and drugs banned in the UK?
 

CA: Brandon's Arms Closer to Shutting Down Gun Factory (JTO)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A child paralyzed as a result of Bryco Arms' defective gun design has raised enough money to make an initial bid to shut down the gun factory and prevent 75,000 defective guns from hitting the streets. With the support of its many donors, Brandon's Arms will offer an initial bid today of $175,000 to a Florida federal bankruptcy judge. The organization must still raise funds to ensure that it is not outbid by Bryco Arms' plant manager." ...
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KABA Note: Taking the gun "off safe" to cycle the slide is not a safety defect! Having your finger on the trigger and the gun aimed at a 7 year old child when you do so is a mental defect.
 

OH: Wanted criminal found with gun in 'no-guns' East Liverpool library
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A man wanted for failure to appear warrants out of the county is now facing a charge of carrying a concealed weapon without a permit after being found with a loaded gun in the Carnegie Public Library."

"According to Chief Mike McVay, the department received a tip that Nathan Criss, 28, 326 Blakeley St., was at the library and that there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest."

"Police learned there were two warrants for Criss for failure to appear for review and probation sentence on an original burglary conviction, sending McVay and Patrolman Brad Hoover looking for him. Criss was located in the library computer lab and taken into custody, at which time McVay asked if he had any weapons. ..." ...
 

UK: Unanswered questions about the 'barbecue killings'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"'These armed response guys have machine guns, pistols, body armour, helmets; I had a lump of wood. What were they doing four miles down the road?' Pensioner Roy Gibson is recalling the tragic events of 6 June, when three neighbours of his were shot, two fatally, and the police and emergency services took over an hour to intervene."

"The case of the 'barbecue killings', as it came to be known, seemed to come to a grisly logical conclusion on 24 June, when suspected killer Stuart Horgan committed suicide in his cell at Woodhill Prison in Buckinghamshire." ...
 

LA: Burglary suspect shot [by homeowner]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A suspected burglar has been hospitalized after a Baton Rouge man broke up an apparent burglary Friday morning."

"John McCarroll said he woke up to find a suspicious vehicle in the driveway of the house he owns, which is next door to the one in which he lives. McCarroll said he flashed a light into the house, and a man who has been suspected of several burglaries in the neighborhood came out."

"McCarroll tried to apprehend the man with a .357 pistol, shooting his tires out. But McCarroll said the man tried to run over him so he shot him twice, once in the chest and again in the arm." ...
 

DC: Reducing crime, but not in the nation’s capital…..
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"As readers of C-Log know, I am interning this summer at The Heritage Foundation, located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. I had the good fortune of finding an apartment right next to Heritage, close to a lot of the other fun stuff in town. But where I live is also fairly close to some not-so-great parts of town – and from that hangs a tale."

" ... So on that Sunday night (yes, I’m a little slow) I walked off in search of the Post."

"Klutz that I am, I ended up in 'southeast, a part of the city you don’t really want to be in alone, particularly at night. Which is why as soon as I noticed I was there I turned tail and went home Post-less and annoyed with myself."

"But my little jaunt through DC wasn’t completely worthless. What really struck me that night was how much I like guns. ..." ...
 

With Future of Federal Assault Weapons Ban Uncertain, Activists Look to States (JTO)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"With the federal assault-weapons ban facing a Sept. 13 expiration date, lawmakers and activists in a number of states are seeking to enact laws in their own states to restrict the possession and sale of military-style guns."

"Currently, seven states have laws regulating assault weapons-semiautomatic guns that are designed to serve non-sporting, military functions-in various degrees. Bills were introduced in several other states this spring, but only one has been passed and signed into law to date. That was in Massachusetts, where the state's existing assault-weapons ban was continued by removing language tying it to the federal ban. ..." ...
 

PA: Annual gun clinic set for August
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"On Aug. 14, Armstrong County Sheriff Larry Crawford will offer the fourth annual Handgun Safety Course for Women, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 14 at the Ford City Sportsmen’s Club."

"As in the past, the free course will be limited to 50 participants age 21 or over. Crawford said participants may bring their own handguns but handguns for the course and all ammunition, ear and eye protection and targets are furnished. A free lunch is also provided."

"Participants will learn how to load and unload pistols and revolvers, safe storage of handguns, basic shooting skills, choice of ammunition and proper cleaning techniques." ...
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At last, a Sheriff who understands that gun safety lies in education!
 

Canada: Murder sparks accusations against RCMP
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"The Surrey RCMP denies accusations it failed to protect the family of Michael Alexander Naud – the Kelowna man who was murdered on Tuesday."

"Naud was shot to death outside his apartment building in Kelowna. Witnesses say they saw a young woman running from the scene."

"Naud had been acquitted of murder in the fatal shooting of Khalil Alkhalil in Surrey back in 2001." ...

"But during and after the trial, there were several death threats and murder attempts on Naud, his family – and his lawyer Phil Rankin."

"Rankin says the RCMP did not properly protect the family."

"But Corp. Tim Shields denies that allegation. 'We were in consultation with the Naud family and arrangements were made involving their security.'" ...
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I would imagine that, like their US counterparts, Canadian cops have no duty to protect individuals.
 

UK: 'Cracker' joins hunt for serial sex fiend
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"DETECTIVES are using a Cracker-style criminal psychologist in a bid to trap Rochdale’s serial sex fiend." [KABA Note: 'Cracker' is the BBC version of 'Profiler']

"Night time helicopter patrols have also been sent out in a stepping up of the five-week investigation since Tuesday, when the pervert’s 11th victim was attacked in Hartley Lane, Kirkholt."

"In a further sign that the manhunt is being treated with the seriousness of a murder, a major incident room has been set up and increased uniformed patrols put on the streets. Extra mounted officers and motorcyclists may also be drafted in." ...
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Perhaps this wouldn't be necessary if one of his earlier victims had said "I don't think so *&%$!" and ventilated the "fiend".
 

NRA and Outdoor Writers Have Falling-Out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In a spat that could have implications for the presidential campaign, the National Rifle Association has angered a group of opinion makers among America's 50 million hunters and anglers."

"The president of the National Rifle Association warned a convention of outdoor writers last month that it should not be seduced by environmental organizations such as the Sierra Club, which promise to protect hunting habitat but actually are scheming to ban guns."

"'It's pretty hard to hunt without guns,' Kayne B. Robinson, president of the NRA, told the Outdoor Writers Association of America at its annual meeting in Spokane, Wash." ...
 

MI: Jail deputy faces domestic violence charge
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A Muskegon County jail guard has been charged with domestic violence for allegedly throwing a drink at his ex-girlfriend's head, then grabbing her around the neck and pushing her, in a crowded Western Avenue bar last week during Muskegon Summer Celebration." ...

"Under the conditions of his bond, Morris was required to surrender all firearms to the Muskegon Police Department, to avoid contact with the alleged victim, her Burton Street residence and her place of employment, and to avoid alcohol and drugs. ..."

"The 39-year-old woman obtained a personal protection order the day of Morris' release, granted by Muskegon County Probate Judge Neil G. Mullally, also requiring Morris to stay away from her. ..." ...
 

FL: Deputy who shot himself in jaw placed on six months' probation
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A Collier County deputy who was drunk when he shot himself in the jaw with his duty weapon was placed on six months' probation and given remedial firearms safety training."

"Cpl. Jefferey Hoel, 37, was disciplined for improper conduct while off-duty, according to an internal affairs investigation."

"His blood alcohol content measured 0.155, nearly twice the 0.08 level at which drivers in Florida are considered too drunk to drive, reports say."

"No criminal charges were filed against Hoel for being intoxicated while handling a gun at his home in 2002, and there was not enough evidence to conclude that Hoel was trying to commit suicide by firing the weapon under his chin, sheriff's officials say." ...
 

South Africa: Gun owners say the rules are way off target
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Organisations representing gun owners and arms dealers have asked President Thabo Mbeki to order an inquiry into the Central Firearms Registry."

"The CFR is in charge of issuing and administering firearm licences."

"The South African Arms and Ammunition Dealers Association (SAAADA) and the South African Gun Owners' Association say in a letter to the president that licensing is in chaos."

"'The CFR is cloaking itself in more and more red tape, which is leading to despair within the industry. The public is becoming frustrated with the delays and the almost impossible task of getting a legal firearm.'"

"'The process is creating criminals in that members of the public are resorting to purchasing illegal firearms for self-defence and defence of property,' their application states." ...
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The cynical portion of this reader wonders if the CFR is perhaps operating exactly as it is supposed to?
 

Russia: Magazine editor gunned down
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"PAUL Klebnikov, the American editor of Forbes Magazine's Russian edition and author of a book about tycoon Boris Berezovsky, was shot dead today, the magazine said."

"Russian news reports cited Moscow police as saying Mr Klebnikov was hit by four pistol rounds outside the magazine's office and died in a rescue squad vehicle."

"The radio station Ekho Moskvy said shells of two different calibres were found, indicating at least two assailants."

"'Paul was a superb reporter - courageous, dedicated, ever-curious,' said Forbes publisher Steve Forbes."

"'He knew Russia well. It was a country he deeply loved.'" ...
 

UK: Shopkeeper in dock on replica firearms charge
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"A SHOPKEEPER supplied criminal armourers with hundreds of replica guns to convert into deadly weapons at the rate of one a day, a court heard."

"Guner Salih, 56, then sold the PPK pistols - famously used by James Bond - under the counter through his military surplus store."

"It is claimed that in just one year, 576 blank-firing guns had been converted into those capable of firing real bullets'"

"Prosecutor Mark Gadsden told the Old Bailey on Monday: 'That is an awful lot of guns to have been converted from harmless blank-firing replicas to fully functional killing machines.'" ...
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Actually pistols are not "fully functional killing machines". Someone still needs to pull the trigger . . .
 

KY: Kentucky museum loads up on arsenal
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"Liquor magnate Owsley Brown Frazier is trying to bring history to life through its firepower."

"Frazier, a philanthropist and retired chairman of Brown-Forman Corp., has founded a museum featuring an arsenal of weapons spanning the Middle Ages to the early 1900s."

"There's Theodore Roosevelt's Holland & Holland hunting rifle, the famous "Big Stick" he carried on an African expedition. There's also a flintlock rifle that belonged to George Washington."

"Gen. George Armstrong Custer's ivory-handled Colt revolvers are also housed in the museum, which opened to the public in May. So is a bow that belonged to Apache Chief Geronimo and a Winchester rifle presented to "Buffalo Bill" Cody." ...
 

PA: A life-changing incident
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... "Around 1931, I fired a shot that in every sense of the word determined pretty much my future. Here’s what happened."

"When I arrived home in Frenches’ Corners from a visit to a distant relative, I asked my mother where my brother Dan was. She informed me that he and a neighbor boy, Joe, had gone to Wyant Hollow to hunt for groundhog. Well, I lost no time in changing clothes and heading on the dead run for Wyant Hollow which was more than a mile away. Just as I came out of the woods, across from the beginning of the hollow Dan and Joe appeared. I crossed a small creek and hurried to where they were. I was disappointed not to see any dead chucks." ...
 

OK: What a Year for Deer!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"When the fur stopped flying last season, Oklahoma deer hunters had another banner year. With an estimated harvest of 87,241 - up 3,500 from last season at this time - and miscellaneous check station books still to be tallied, it appears that we are on our way to another harvest of 100,000 deer."

"Those yet-to-be-tallied books hold the totals of special hunts, late archery season harvests, and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Deer Management Assistance Program numbers. Indications point to the total harvest eclipsing last season's figures of 98,581, but falling short of the state's all-time record harvest of 102,100." ...
 

CA: Shooter sets sights on national honors
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"Before California Grizzlies junior rifle shooter Samantha Cooper goes to sleep at night, she sits down on her bed, closes her eyes and imagines herself performing in a high-power rifle match."

"She visualizes herself standing at the firing line, putting the rifle to her shoulder, looking through the sight to her target and squeezing the trigger."

"This process is part of a mental preparation strategy Cooper uses before every match. It's highly effective for her, she says, because it helps her focus."

"Active goal-setting also is part of her mental preparation." ...
 

RI: Police suspect hunting mishap, accidental shot source of bullet
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... "Norma and Ronald Doire called police on Dec. 9 to report a bullet had pierced the back wall of their Meadow Lane home, coming to rest in their laundry room."

"An investigation by police into the incident centered initially on the Newport Rifle Club as the potential source because of its location about a half-mile south of the Doires' house."

"The Wyatt Road facility was cleared of involvement three months later, when an analysis of the bullet's trajectory and ballistics testing of several weapons once considered prospects showed it was "physically impossible" for the projectile to have originated from the gun club." ...
 

OH: 4,000 to find home on the range
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FULL TEXT BELOW:

The billowing smoke of black powder-charged rifles will kick off the monthlong National Rifle and Pistol Matches today at Camp Perry.

The First Shot Ceremony is slated Monday at 5:30 p.m. on Petrarca Range at the Ohio National Guard facility on Ohio 2, just west of Port Clinton.

More than 4,000 shooters from around the country will step to the firing line during the matches. There is no fee to watch the National Rifle Association-sponsored National Matches, tour Industry Row or visit the shooting displays.

The National Pistol Championships will begin the regular competition on July 13-18, followed by National Smallbore Rifle Championships on July 22-25 and the Civilian Marksmanship Program's Sporter Match on July 24. The National Smallbore Rifle Prone Championships are July 25-30.

The most popular phase of the National Matches are the high-power rifle matches. The CMP National Trophy Rifle Matches are Aug. 3-7, followed by the M-16 EIC Match on Aug. 5 and the National High Power Rifle Championships on Aug. 8-12. The Long Range Championships will wrap up the National Matches on Aug. 13-16.
 

Malaysia: Four held, guns and swords seized
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Police seized two pistols and three swords used by a group involved in robberies and loan-sharking operations.

OCPD Asst Comm Daud Ahmad said the weapons were found in a vacant house in Jalan Lama after four men were detained between July 4 and July 6.

He said the suspects led police to the house where the weapons were kept behind some books.

He said the suspects would be charged in court on July 12.

“They will be charged with illegal possession of the pistols under Section 8 of the Firearms Act 1960 and face the maximum seven years’ jail sentence or RM10,000 fine, or both,” he said.

“We are also investigating if the suspects were involved in a robbery at a supermarket here last month,” he added.
 

Bahamas: When can police kill?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Recent fatal shootings of police 'suspects have raised the perennial question: 'When is a police killing justified?'"

"President of the Bahamas Bar Association Wayne Munroe addressed this question as a guest speaker of the Rotary Club of West Nassau on Thursday when he advocated that the law should be amended to protect people who commit justifiable homicide."

"In the case of police officers, he said, a Coroner's Inquest is held to make a determination as to whether the police acted responsibly in executing his duties and possibly to save his own life, which resulted in the death of the deceased." ...
 

MA: Gov. Romney Takes Opportunity to Betray Gun Owners
Submitted by: Dr. Richard F. Griffiths

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"On July 1, 2004 , Governor Mitt Romney signed into law one of the greatest of reforms to Massachusetts gun laws in recent history. In what should have been a day of celebration for GOAL and its members, the Romney administration took a major shot at lawful gun owners and showed their true colors." ...

"As our members know, S.2367 did not ban a single gun because the Massachusetts “assault weapons” law, unfortunately, does not expire with the federal law. The bill signed by the Governor actually protects Massachusetts gun owners with a permanent reference to federal definitions that provide them with a list of exempt firearms that numbers nearly 700." [emphasis in original] ...
 

WI: Disabled man dies after beating
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"A disabled man died from head injuries after allegedly being beaten and robbed by about 10 young men near his home, police said."

"David Rutledge Jr., 54, died Thursday at a hospital where he was admitted Sunday after telling authorities he hurt himself when he fell." ...
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KABA Note: CCW for Wisconsin failed by one vote to override the governors veto last fall when one of the original sponsors switched his vote so he wouldn't "embarrass" the Governor.
 

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