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Bush to Name New FAA Head
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More authority worship from Time: "Blakey, who has been chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board for less than a year, is a smart choice...a successful businesswoman who ran her own public relations firm for years. Blakey...is sure to bring her p.r. savvy to the oft-criticized FAA... "

KABA NOTE: Just what we need -- a professional spinmeister who has run cover for the NTSB -- with unanswered questions about TWA Flight 800, etc., still on the table.
 

NC: Senate shelves gun show permit language
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The Senate has decided to shelf a permit requirement for gun show operators, a year after Democratic leaders pushed the idea through the chamber."

"Instead, senators agreed to a gun bill Tuesday that only limits lawsuits by local governments against firearm makers. The House has sought the limitation but balked at the gun show obligation the Senate wanted."

" 'After much deliberation, we were not able to get it through,' said Sen. Kay Hagan, D-Guilford, a judiciary committee chairman."

REMEMBER: "The power to tax is the power to destroy." The $500 gun show "permit" these anti-rights crusaders sought was a step on a journey, as is all intrusive government regulation of a basic constitutional right. The oath-breakers pushing this type of assault on your rights are fortunate that gunowners are generally peaceable in nature.
 

Immigration bill offers felons a second chance
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Some legal immigrants to the United States who have been deported in the past six years for aggravated felonies will be allowed to apply for re-entry under a bill pending before the House Judiciary Committee today."

"The proposal would apply to those convicted of assault, arson and robbery who are sentenced to less than two years in prison, and those convicted of child pornography, alien smuggling and document fraud who are sentenced to less than four years."

KABA NOTE: These people need to have their thinking caps tuned up. It's OK to let a known felon foreigner into the country, but its not OK to restore the rights of the felons that live here after they have paid their "debt to society"? Double standards that favor foreigners over Americans are fuel for a fire we'd, as a nation, do well to avoid.
 

Study finds teen-agers major targets of violence
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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"Teen-agers are twice as likely as any other people to be shot, stabbed, sexually assaulted, beaten or otherwise attacked, according to a report released Tuesday by two advocacy groups."

"... one in five teens has been the victim of a violent crime."

"We know that if you sell drugs, are involved in drugs, are involved in gangs, your chances of being a victim of crime, especially violent crime, is much, much greater than for those who aren't," [George] Tita said.

DEFINITE FACTOR: Anyone who'd violently attack an innocent person is a coward, and these cowardly violent people know that most teenagers will not be carrying the means of self-defense. Vermont has the right idea -- anyone 16 or older can carry a handgun for self-defense, without a so-called "permit" in their pocket. And, in truth, there are plenty of people younger than 16 that are more capable with firearms and more trustworthy than the entire membership of the U.S. Congress. But the anti-self-defense movement is also an anti-teenager movement that wants these young human beings easy to rape, rob and murder.
 

New powers proposed to fight terrorism
Submitted by: serinde
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"President Bush's homeland security strategy says the United States faces grave threats of terrorism and needs broad new powers to fight back ..."

"Conservative and civil-rights groups took issue with the proposal to create national standards for drivers' licenses, calling it a backhanded attempt to impose national identification cards."

"Of equal concern is Bush's proposal to review the law governing how the military operates within the country."
 

OK: Jeweler who foiled robbery says he's no hero (follow-up)
Submitted by: serinde
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"Ronnie Norton said he never intended to kill the man who attempted to rob his jewelry store last week: All he was trying to do was keep from being killed."

"Norton said he and his wife plan to reopen the store, but their lives have been changed forever. He said he is unsure whether he and his wife will ever feel completely safe again."

"Norton keeps a gun with him everywhere he goes ... he may start carrying two."

"I don't ever see me not having that gun and being a little on edge."
 

After Ruling, Judges Can Take a Stand
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"However, a 5-4 U.S. Supreme Court decision, written last month by Justice Antonin Scalia, may remove many limitations on what judicial candidates may say. In his opinion, Scalia wrote that the First Amendment guarantee of free speech makes such restrictions unconstitutional, and that judicial candidates should be free to say what they want."
 

AZ: Camper Wakes Up in Midst of Bear Attack
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SENECA LAKE, Ariz. — "A man out camping with his brother woke up with one heck of a headache, only to discover that a bear was biting him in the head."

"Thanks to his quick reactions — and to the handgun he was carrying — Rodney Black, 51, will be OK."

** Despite being complete idiots about keeping food out of the campsite, these guys are fortunate that they were not camping in a National Park, where bears are prevalent, but firearms are NOT allowed...
 

MA: Romney, O'Brien open to gun shift
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Gubernatorial front-runners Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Shannon P. O'Brien yesterday left the door open to relaxing Massachusetts' tough gun control laws as rival candidates spoke out harshly against any kind of pro-gun measures."

"Guns suddenly became a campaign issue last week after the state House overwhelmingly passed a measure that would eliminate a lifetime ban on gun ownership for some people convicted of violent crimes."
 

LA: Instructor shot in accident on gun range
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A state Division of Probation and Parole firearms instructor accidentally shot another instructor in the head during a training exercise at a firing range Tuesday, authorities said."

"Terry Bridges was taken to Hood Memorial Hospital in Amite and later transferred to Baton Rouge General Medical Center, said Patti Giannoble of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office."

KABA NOTE: We report accidents like this from time to time to encourage people to be safe -- but we do so with hesitation knowing that the anti-rights crowd wants to penalize you for this guy's mistake.
 

The 2nd Amendment under the gun
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"I’m going to place myself squarely in the middle of a very tiny minority by taking sides with the National Rifle Association against the world’s largest retail chain, Wal-Mart, in a dispute over — what else? — gun sales."

"Now, I believe in free enterprise and I like Wal-Mart. Sam Walton’s climb up the ladder is a quintessentially American success story, built on hard work, cheerful employees, cheap prices and smart marketing."
 

Malaysian pilots reject the idea of self-defense
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Airline pilots in Malaysia have rejected a proposal by the United States that commercial pilots be allowed to carry guns into the cockpit to counter terrorism."

" “To the general American psyche, they are at war. But not us. So, carrying arms for them is justified,” said Capt Badrul Hisham Yusoff, acting president of the Malaysia Airlines Pilots Association."

"Describing it as a 'futile exercise,' he said the association rejected the idea."

KABA NOTE: Said the quick-to-surrender-his-plane Capt. Badrul, “Terrorism should be fought at the airport because it would be too late if it occurs inside the aircraft.’’ While the unmanly Capt. gives up his aircraft once bad guys have taken over, Real American pilots prefer to protect their passengers -- if the anti-gun forces from the Bush administration on down would get out of the way.
 

New Law Gives Army Recruiters Authority to Demand Info on Students
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"U.S. military recruiters have the authority to demand that education officials turn over the names, addresses and phone numbers of high-school students under a new federal law."

"President Bush's 'No Child Left Behind' law orders school bosses from New York and across the country to comply with the new edict - or risk losing federal funds."
 

MA: Massachusetts to vote on repealing income tax
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Massachusetts voters will decide this November whether to eliminate state income tax and overhaul bilingual education by mandating intensive English classes for nonnative-speaking students."

"Both initiatives - which have been cleared by the Secretary of State's office to appear on the ballot Nov. 5 - are expected to spark emotional debates and advertising blitzes this fall."
 

AZ: Bloodied camper kills attacking bear (another version)
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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SENECA LAKE - "A camper shot a hungry, thirsty black bear dead after it bit him on the head Tuesday."

"I was sleeping on a cot, and there was this intense pain in my head," Black said. "Next thing I know I was on the ground, blood was gushing everywhere and I couldn't see anything. . . . Then I heard my brother scream 'bear!' "

"Just moments after Black was attacked, he was able to shoot the bear with his handgun."
 

One Million Busybodies -- Tips Program Means An Army Of Citizen-Informers
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"A million spies reporting on their fellow Americans – and that's just the beginning!"

"Why, just think of the opportunities it affords the nation's nutballs: everyone they ever hated (ex-girlfriends, ex-husbands, ex-friends, and just random victims) will feel their wrath, and their power. It's a blank check issued to America's obsessives, who are going to do their best to make life miserable for the rest of us."
 

Close Call: Fighter jets escort American Trans Air flight
Submitted by: Mike McCafferty

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"An American Trans Air flight Tuesday night was escorted by fighter jets to New York's LaGuardia Airport after a passenger reported suspicious activity by fellow passengers, a transportation official said."

"The passenger noticed several others on the Chicago to New York flight, passing notes and changing seats, according to a Port Authority spokesman. The passenger notified a flight attendant, who told the pilot. After aviation authorities were alerted, the plane was escorted to LaGuardia by two military F-16s, the spokesman said."

"Flight 204 with 98 passengers on board landed without incident shortly before 11 p.m. ET."

"Four men and three women were questioned and then released by police. They are part of a 'traveling entertainment troupe,' a Port Authority spokesman said."

KABA NOTE: If ordered to do so, the pilot of the fighter jet would have blown this plane out of the sky. Visit our Airplanes & Guns archives for a few articles about just how real that possibility is.
 

South Africa: Firearms Control Act Will Halt Gun Licensing Corruption
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The UDM views the arrests of two police officers in Phillipi, Cape Town, on gun licence corruption charges as an indictment of Government's failure to finalise the implementation of Firearms Control Act. These arrests come just when the United Nations declared July as the month of demolition of all small firearms."

WAKE UP CALL: In case you've missed the onslaught, in the last couple of weeks there've been several countries making moves to further restrict civilian access to personal firearms. Those countries include: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, and South Africa. The U.N. is helping, every step of the way -- all under the guise of "safety".
 

IA: Heston hasn't endorsed Ganske, spokesman says
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"Charlton Heston did not endorse Republican Greg Ganske for the U.S. Senate, Heston's personal spokesman said Thursday, ending weeks of speculation over what the actor and National Rifle Association president meant during remarks in Des Moines last month...He said Heston did not know Ganske, and Heston's appearance was merely for Grassley, whom Powers described as a personal friend of Heston. Grassley is not up for election until 2004."
 

Children with guns don't kill people...Children with NO MORAL VALUES kill people
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"There are many factors in the increase in crimes committed by students beyond what our learned liberal social scientists understand. Let me suggest some rather unpopular and politically incorrect reasons for the rise of violence among the youth."

"Rejection of God"

"The primary reason for our lust for violence is that our society no longer worships or acknowledges God."
 

Military jets escort plane after passengers seen passing notes (another version)
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"Military jets escorted a plane to LaGuardia Airport on Tuesday night after a passenger became alarmed by others passing notes, officials said...Since Sept. 11, NORAD has scrambled fighters or diverted them from other missions more than 400 times to assist civilian aviation authorities."

Perhaps in addition to arming the pilots, we ought to mount Sidewinders on our airliners.

KABA NOTE: Bush would rather have the military kill people than allow them to defend themselves?
 

UK: Armed Clown Gang Has Last Laugh
Submitted by: Guy Smith
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"Police in the northern city of Manchester appealed for information on Tuesday after a gang of clowns mounted an armed raid on a wine bar. Three men in fancy dress handcuffed a manager and threatened him with a sawn-off shotgun and a knife before escaping."

I guess gun control is a laughing matter!
 

Lefties changing tune on guns due to Bush's power grabs
Submitted by: Guy Fawlkes

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On this forum are plenty of previously anti-gun lefties who are now recognizing that guns are valuable to freedom. They are appalled and frightend by what Bushco is doing.

Give them some support and encouragement.
 

Federal fox guarding the chickens and sheep
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Original title: "Feds Study Civil Liberties Complaints"

"The Justice Department inspector general's office has opened nine formal investigations amid a flurry of complaints of civil rights abuses since President Bush signed broad anti-terror legislation last year, an internal report says."

"The report, prepared by the inspector general's office, focused on complaints connected to anti-terrorism efforts and did not say whether any of the investigations had led to charges."

KABA NOTE: We delivered thousands of American citizens' signatures to this so-called "Justice Department", specifically addressed to Mr. Ashcroft petitioning him to Enforce the Second Amendment, and we haven't received so much as a letter. People's Second Amendment rights to which Ashcroft swore loyalty are being violated daily, and many gunowners are in PRISON for merely exercising their rights. But the DOJ ignores us while they have time, energy and money to go out from D.C. to California because one kid got his head slammed into a car trunk.
 

Security strategy sees broad new federal role
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"President Bush yesterday proposed a sweeping homeland security strategy that includes calls for new secrecy laws, research into vaccines, tighter borders and the creation of 'red teams' of federal agents who would think like terrorists and then thwart attacks."

RECOMMENDATION: Start with the BATF; they have proven themselves highly capable of thinking like terrorists.
 

UT: 2 sides far apart in a guns-on-campus debate
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Does current Utah gun law absolutely prohibit the barring of guns from specific sites, such as university campuses?"

"No, said Steven H. Gunn, chairman of the Gun Violence Prevention Center. 'There are practical reasons for no-gun policies' in places such as schools and university campuses, he said."

"Yes, said Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. 'Utah law is clear. Self-defense is a fundamental right that should not be infringed'."
 

TX: 3 recent police shootings questioned, witnesses skeptical
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Law enforcement officers in Harris County have killed two people and wounded another since Thursday, shootings the officers said were in self-defense but some witnesses said were not justified. "

"Christopher Menifee, 23, was killed Monday night after authorities said he tried to run down a Harris County sheriff's deputy with a car. Early Tuesday morning, Houston Police officer Gerald M. Goines, 37, wounded James Sullivan during an attempted robbery."
 

NC: Mistaken identity shooting will not bring about charges
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The Army conducted war games in a town, apparently without notifying local authorities.

"Army and civilian investigators said the two soldiers believed the traffic stop was part of the game and tried to overwhelm the deputy. The deputy opened fire."

ABOUT FACE: The Army says no charges are warranted, but from the looks of it, the people in charge of staging these 'games' should be prosecuted for severe negligence that led to death and injury.
 

Postal Service Won't Join TIPS Program
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The Postal Service has decided not to take part in a government program touted as a tip service for authorities concerned with terrorism, but which is being assailed as a scheme to cast ordinary Americans as 'peeping Toms'."

"The Postal Service had been approached by homeland security regarding Operation TIPS; however, it was decided that the Postal Service and its letter carriers 'would not be participating in the program at this time,' the agency said in a statement issued Wednesday."
 

Meet the NRA / Wal-Mart's wise move under fire
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"What would it take to get the National Rifle Association to square off against the nation's largest gun retailer? Not much, as it turns out."

"In late May the top management of Wal-Mart quietly directed the company's 2,600 stores to stop selling rifles and shotguns to people who hadn't passed a law-enforcement background check."
 

12-year-old Christina Neal's Rape/Slaughter by Black Man Only Made Local News
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You've had the VanDamme and Smart cases plasted over your television, but news of this raped/slaughtered little girl was too politically-incorrect to be shown nationally.

"After two years, there's justice and vindication for the parents of a 12-year-old girl who was raped and murdered in Montgomery County. Wednesday was an emotional day for the parents of Christina Neal. It took a few hours for a jury of eight men and four women to hand out the death sentence to her killer, Jonathan Green."
 

Black gang using racial slurs while attacking white people is "random" - says black police chief
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"A group of [black] youths pummeled at least a half-dozen people leaving [Milwaukee] Summerfest on Sunday night, in a series of attacks that witnesses described as racially motivated."

"One of the victims, Justin Mooney, described his plight as 'wrong place, wrong time, wrong color'."

"Mooney, 17, said a group of eight to 12 young men attacked him and his friend, Scott Riddle, as they walked with Riddle's mother, Diane, along E. Michigan St., near N. Jefferson St."

"Riddle said she noticed the group of young men as she and the two boys walked along Michigan St. toward their car. One member of the group shouted at them, 'What are you looking at, white boy?' Diane Riddle said."

"She, Mooney and her son continued to walk, but the young men attacked moments later."

Black Police Chief Arthur Jones said the attacks appeared random.
 

Fight Crime - Shoot Back!
Submitted by: serinde
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NOTE: This is an older story, but a good one worth bookmarking.

"Many of you have probably heard about the controversial gun law passed in Kennesaw, Georgia in 1982. It stated that every head of household be 'required to maintain a firearm, together with ammunition therefore.'

"The crime rates plunged, reaching unheard of lows!"

"It’s time to stop pursuing worthless and costly ways to prevent crime and go by what we know works."

"Kennesaw, Georgia should be an example to us all."
 

NJ: Gun shop dispute is political correctness and hysteria.
Submitted by: Evan Nappen, Esq.
Website: http://www.evannappen.com

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"During a standing-room-only meeting the board granted an appeal challenging the permits issued to Bergen Sporting Goods."

"Evan F. Nappen, the attorney for shop owner Ronald Granito, said the board's decision was not a surprise and that an appeal would be filed."

"They're bending over backwards because of the political correctness and hysteria associated with [the gun shop]. I'm sure as soon as we get a fair hearing on the law, we'll win," Nappen said.
 

WA: Almira gun club hosts fun shoot
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"High temperatures could not prevent shooting enthusiasts from attending a tournament designed to test their skills with a variety of moving targets last weekend."

"The Almira Gun Club's third annual Brenner Sporting Clays "Fun" Shoot took place last Saturday at the club. Participants came from Electric City, Grand Coulee, Coulee Dam, Almira, Wilbur, Hartline, Moses Lake and several other communities."
 

FL: Man who forgot handgun in brief case released after airport arrest
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"A 38-year-old Jacksonville man who was arrested Tuesday for having a 9 mm gun at Jacksonville International Airport was in federal court this afternoon and released on his own recognizance."

"[Marvin Bartlett] Boutwell's attorney said he was tired after a long week when he rushed to catch his plane."

"This is just what it appears to be -- an honest mistake," attorney Bob Willis said.
 

NY: Grandmother gets probation for trying to board plane with gun
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"A grandmother and former investment broker who tried to take a loaded handgun onto a plane at Westchester County Airport amid heightened security this past fall was sentenced yesterday to two years' probation by a federal judge who called the crime an incomprehensible lapse in judgment."

"Barbara Mongelluzzo, 52, of Cicero, N.Y., had inadvertently carried her boyfriend's .22-caliber derringer in her luggage when she traveled from Hancock International Airport in Syracuse to Westchester in early November."
 

UK: Amidst rising street crime, police rule out plastic bullets - might hurt criminal
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"West Midlands Police today said they were looking at a number of less lethal alternatives to firearms for armed officers deployed on the streets."

"The development came just days after the Police Complaints Authority called for baton guns - firing plastic bullets - to be introduced in forces nationwide."

"However, Chief Supt Sue Fish, force head of operations, today ruled out the use of baton guns and said they could still cause serious injury or death."
 

CO: Police can shoot you if you're fleeing in your vehicle
Submitted by: My Body is My Body

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Original Title: "DA clears police in June shooting"

Undercover police enforcing an unconstitutional ban on plants fired 16 shots at citizens who'd never done them any harm until they were attacked. The citizens were trying to get away from the undercover anti-plant imposters who were yelling "police, police", but who were acting more like an armed assault team trying to steal their property.

Each anti-plant enforcement agent who shot at the car, as it sped away, says he thought he was protecting the other anti-plant enforcer. They each had each other's back, they say, even though they were each shooting at a car moving away from them.

Apparently, if an anti-plant enforcement agent decides he's no longer going to pretend he's a customer of a plant salesman, as soon as he starts shooting at people trying to get away, all the other anti-plant enforcement agents can start shooting too -- all they have to do is say they thought the first shots were being directed at them by the people they were pretending to be friends with.

This all makes sense to the many people who profit from the anti-plant industry, which profits from the plant industry, which may explain why so many anti-plant enforcement agents pretend to be friends with plant salesmen.

The D.A. says the anti-plant assault team is comprised of good boys, did a good job, and all is well.

Their victim was perforated, but he lived. Charges and jail time for everybody -- except the aggressors, because they have badges.
 

CA: Officer indicted for Video-Taped Beating
Submitted by: Roger MacDonald

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - "A white police officer videotaped punching a black teenager during an arrest has been indicted for assault, his lawyer said Wednesday night."

"Inglewood Officer Jeremy Morse will surrender Thursday morning to face a charge of assault under color of authority, said lawyer John Barnett. Morse's partner, Officer Bijan Darvish, has also been indicted and will surrender on a charge of filing a false police report, Barnett said."
 

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