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FL: Local Police Officer Allegedly Stole Thousands From Crimeline
Submitted by: Bob Wolfley

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"Orlando Police say one of their own officers has stolen as much as $50,000 from Crimeline." ...

"Orlando Police Officer Charlie Worrell [is] a fill-in public information officer and personnel records show he was OPD's Crimeline coordinator for three years." ...

"Police records show Worrell is under suspension with pay, pending investigation of the charges. He can't even work extra-duty jobs.
Crimeline says the missing money could total as much as $50,000."
 

Moose Joins Families of Sniper Victims to Oppose Gun Bill
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"Relatives of some of the Washington area sniper victims, joined by the police chief who helped lead the investigation, came to Capitol Hill Wednesday to speak out against gun violence."

"Former Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose was among those lobbying senators against a bill that would protect gun makers and dealers from certain lawsuits."
 

Xerox's TIA 'Privacy Appliance' is Anything But
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"Work is under way at Xerox Corp.'s PARC that should be vehemently opposed by IT leaders." ...

"Project Genisys—part of the federal government's Total Information Awareness program—is developing a 'privacy appliance.' In this case, the name is Orwellian double talk worthy of '1984.' "

"The Project Genisys privacy appliance is designed to facilitate 'fishing expeditions,' defined in part by Black's Law Dictionary as an overly broad use of the discovery process during an action. In this case, the so-called privacy appliance is an even more egregious infringement of privacy rights because search results are in response to concocted scenarios, not to specific legal actions."
 

Ultimate Concealed Handgun Fanny Pack
Submitted by: Evan F. Nappen, Esq.
Website: http://www.evannappen.com

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The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is now offering the ultimate fanny pack to conceal and carry a handgun. Who would suspect one is packing while toting this fanny pack?

"Sport the MMM logo, raise awareness, and hold all your belongings when traveling, jogging or shopping! This MMM fanny pack is made of water resistant synthetic materials and has three compartments to keep you organized. They make great gifts for adults and children."
 

UT: Judgment tossed out in Kmart shotgun sale
Submitted by: Mike Lamborn

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"A federal judge has thrown out a $3 million judgment against Kmart for selling a gun that a schizophrenic man used to commit suicide, ruling that jury deliberations in the case were tainted."

"A juror's knowledge about a similar case against the retailer and his coy remarks about it to other jury members put Kmart in an unfair position, U.S. District Judge Ted Stewart ruled. His decision sends the negligence lawsuit by the family of Ryan Tait Eslinger of Park City back to court for a new trial."
 

Schwarzenegger for president?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, says he did not do it for the 'Terminator,' but his proposed bill would allow foreign-born citizens such as actor Arnold Schwarzenegger to run for president of the United States."

"Hatch's bill, introduced last week, would allow anyone who has been a citizen of the United States for 20 years to run for the highest office."
 

CA: Groups Fight Over Fate of 174 Feral Chihuahuas
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The case of 174 feral Chihuahuas on death row in a L.A. animal shelter has pitted animal rescue groups against each other." ...

"Bunten, president of Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, said the dogs were too threatening to be adopted by 'regular Joe families.' "

"But Kimi Peck said all the dogs could be rescued and planned to hold a candlelight vigil at her kennel."

"Peck also criticized Bunten's group: 'They are despicable. They are Hitlers. They won't take dogs unless they are perfect.' "

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Could it have something to do with the safety of the families who adopt these dogs? Why is the welfare of animals more important than the welfare of human beings? Is this another PETA?
 

UK: Skydiver's Death Recreated for TV
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The murder of a young skydiver who died because his parachute cords had been cut is to be reconstructed and shown on British television in a bid to catch his killer.
Horrified spectators at an airshow in northern England earlier this month saw Stephen Hilder, 20, plummet 13,000 feet to earth when both his main and reserve parachutes failed to open because their cords and straps had been severed." ...

"Police believe Hilder, who had more than 200 jumps under his belt, was killed by someone with knowledge about parachutes and sky diving."

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Strange that murder and mayhem continue in gun-free UK. Maybe it's time to start banning sharp implements?
 

Statement from Sen. Orrin Hatch regarding the District of Columbia's Personal Protection Act
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"Mr. President, it is no secret that the District of Columbia, our great Nation's Capital, suffers from the most startling violent crime rates in the country. It has the highest, the absolute highest, murder rate per capita in the country. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and despite the most stringent gun control laws in the country, in 8 out of the 9 years between 1994 and 2002, Washington, DC had the highest murder rate in the country. In fact, the results are in for 2002, and unfortunately they continue to paint a grim picture. Mr. President, the District of Columbia has again reclaimed its rather unenviable title as the 'Murder Capital of the United States'. "

"It is time, Mr. President, to restore the rights of law-abiding citizens to protect themselves and to defend their families against murderous predators." ....
 

OH: Four for Four: Youngstown 'assault weapons' ban defeated. BUT...
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
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"In a surprising move, the Youngstown City council pulled the proposed 'Assault weapon ban' out of the safety committee and voted to defeat enactment of the ordinance 6-0 (with one vote absent)."

"Although this is fantastic news in itself to the citizens of Youngstown, it is unfortunately not the end of the story. After the vote, safety committee chairman Artis Gilliam commented that the defeat of the pending legislation would not be the death of the issue and that it would certainly be re-addressed at a later date."
 

CT: Police Protected In Illegal Searches
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"The state Supreme Court has rewritten the rules on when a person may be prosecuted for a crime committed in response to an illegal entry or search by police of the person's property."

"In its ruling released Monday, the court tempers the right of a person to object to an illegal search with the need to protect law enforcement officers from physical harm and threats of harm."
 

No Stun Grenades Since Death in Raid, As Debate Continues
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"In the two months since a 57-year-old Harlem woman was literally scared to death after a detective rolled a concussion grenade into her apartment during a mistaken raid, the New York Police Department has not used a single one of the grenades, according to police officials. Last year, it was using about three a week."
 

Killer to get sex change at taxpayer expense?
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"A federal judge says it could be cruel and unusual punishment to deprive a convicted killer from getting a sex change, and taxpayers must pick up the tab for medical treatment leading to the procedure."

"Mark Brooks, who believes he's a 'girl inside' and calls himself Jessica Lewis, and is suing the Clinton Correctional Facility in Putnam County, N.Y., for $500,000 to finance a gender transfer."
 

OH: Cincinnati requires a license to panhandle
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"Registration for panhandling? Cincinnati, patterning itself after a similar measure enacted in Dayton, Ohio, now requires registration for panhandling."

"Since Dayton enacted the measure in December 2000, according to Alan Colmes on Fox News' 'Hannity & Colmes,' 'only 100 people signed up.' The Cincinnati measure went into effect in May 2003. Signing up, so far: 53 people, the majority of them only to protest the ordinance."
 

Iraq: Baghdad sexual violence 'rising'
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"The US-based Human Rights Watch says the rise in sexual violence is driving women indoors, and preventing them from taking part in Iraq's public life at a crucial time."

"The failure of the US led coalition forces and civilian administration in Baghdad to provide public security has made females more vulnerable to sexual violence and abduction, the report says."
 

A New American Civil War - West Vs. East?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The liberal main stream media will be putting out about as much false and misleading information as they can. You see the truth doesn't matter to them if they can get the emotional response they want. An example would be the attack on so called assault weapons by CNN. There was nothing in that report that was even remotely close to the truth. The whole thing was set up to make the people on the line panic for no good reason at all. How many times will they shoot movies or documentaries about the school shooting at Columbine. We have lived through that crime and most everyone understands that two young males took it upon themselves to shoot up their school. That's right, they did it, and no weapon they used had any responsibility for doing it. The fact was they broke the law to get the weapons and no laws would have prevented them from this act. So demonizing the gun and saying that it could be controlled and would have stopped this attack is like saying that we as humans don't need food to live because some are obese."
 

Clowns To The Left Jokers To The Right.
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"The circus in Washington rages on, but the American people are finding it harder to laugh. The antics of their congressmen, senators, judges and presidents are choking their freedoms and expropriating their earnings. Their rights to privacy and private property are infringed upon more with every passing bill. Unless 'the people' take the whip and regain control of the center ring, the circus that is Washington, DC will cease to entertain us and rule us with impunity."
 

MN: Gun show at Minneapolis Institute of Arts raises unsettling issues
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Behind the grandiose title -- 'Three Centuries of Tradition: The Renaissance of Custom Sporting Arms in America' -- lurks a gun show, pure and simple. The guns date from the 1660s to today, and were custom-made for clients ranging from French royalty to contemporary collectors. Recent decades have seen a renewed interest in custom-made guns that's similar to the handicraft revival permeating everything from musical instruments and furniture to clothing and jewelry."

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Paranoid in Minneapolis.
 

AR: Toy made of PVC pipe creates bomb scare
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A child’s homemade toy sent the bomb squad to Beaver Shores early Wednesday. No one was hurt in the incident on Lakeshore Drive, although officials used a small charge and a remote device to open a length of PVC pipe."

"...Frank Nunnelee, found a 20-inch length of PVC pipe when he went outside early Wednesday to retrieve his paper. The pipe was sealed and a small pin was lying nearby, he said. It appeared to be a weapon, so he called the Sheriff’s Office and reported it."
 

CT: Ansonia to return defective handguns
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"The Police Department will return 50 pistols it had said were defective to Smith & Wesson Corp. for a full refund as part of an agreement the city reached with the gun manufacturer."

"According to the agreement, which was signed by Mayor James Della Volpe and is awaiting signature by attorneys representing Smith & Wesson, Ansonia police will return the model 4563TSW pistols for a full refund of $15,551.46."
 

Canada: Two kids injured in pellet-gun shooting; teen charged in separate incident
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Two children were injured in a pellet-gun shooting Thursday, just days after a five-year-old boy was shot in the face with a similar weapon, and in a separate incident, an American teenager was charged after an air-gun shooting that blew out the back window of a car."

"Const. Gibbins of Durham regional police said two children, aged 11 and 12, received minor injuries to the head and legs after being shot with a pellet gun Thursday. There was no immediate word on the children's condition."
 

WI: Wisconsin city displays John Dillinger's machine gun in former bank he robbed
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"The city has agreed to put a submachine gun once wielded by bank robber John Dillinger on display in a perfect location - the building that housed a bank he robbed almost 70 years ago."

"The former American Bank and Trust Co. building now is home to the Racine Art Museum, and the Thompson submachine gun will be a centerpiece of an exhibit to mark the anniversary of the harrowing robbery by the Dillinger gang."
 

Australia: Air stabbing over seating plan
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"A man stabbed a fellow passenger in the neck with a fork during an international flight to Sydney because of a dispute over seating, police believe."

"The mid-air drama onboard a Thai Airways International flight - the latest in a spate of aviation security scares - apparently came after the alleged attacker wrongly thought someone had taken his seat."

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What's next - paper utensils, or meals which don't require silverware?
 

CA: Gun controversy
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"If you want to get into a spirited debate in this country today, address the topic of guns. This is definitely a controversial issue with no easy solution. [The solution is easy, but this pseudo-journalistic coward doesn't want to deal with it."] Let's face it; guns kill. [They do? And here we thought "smart" guns weren't invented yet.] People who don't own a gun fear them. [That's because pseudo-journalistic cowards like you insist on spreading sub-moronic ooze such as "guns kill."] We have seen too many movies that glorify killing with guns. [Who forces you to see these movies?] Death by shooting provides for a lasting memory, and if we have had the experience of losing a loved one or a friend by the use of a gun, it is a haunting and terrible memory. [As opposed to losing them to a drunk driver?] A gun becomes an evil weapon. [Animism at its best]"

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Banks to verify customers identity
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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... "As it applies to banking, the [Patriot] act is intended to maintain customer security and broaden existing laws which require financial institutions to report any suspicious activity."

"A provision of the act, which goes into effect October 1, will change how banks, credit unions and other financial institutions interact with their customers. They will be required to be more careful and thorough in collecting and verifying identification information."
 

Do we live in a culture of fear?
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"We live in a country right now whose greatest commodity is its people's fear and its antidote, security. Much of the fear currently being sold does not represent genuine danger and much of the promised security does not represent true safety..."
 

CA: City Council Condemns U.S. Patriot Act
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"The South Pasadena City Council approved a resolution Wednesday night condemning the nation's Patriot Act as a threat to civil liberties."

"More than 130 cities nationwide have spoken against the Patriot Act..."

"The city resolution passed unanimously Wednesday night will be posted in all city departments and copies will be sent to California's congressional delegation, the U.S. attorney general and President George W. Bush."
 

Hatch: Solution to Gun Violence is More Guns [Blog]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"What I find completely unsupportable is a bill introduced by Orrin Hatch to relax gun control laws in Washington DC. Why? To reduce the number of murders, of course."

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Gee, proof from over 30 states that recognize the people's right to defend themselves effectively from criminal garbage not supportable enough for you?
 

IL: Debate on Patriot Act hits home
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"North Shore area residents joined the growing nationwide debate about the law, which has led many civic groups and local governments to press for its repeal and to slow consideration of even tougher measures drafted by the Bush administration."

"A League of Women Voters forum Sunday featured U.S. Attorney for Northern Illinois Patrick Fitzgerald, American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois Communications Director Ed Yohnka and several experts on library issues, immigration law and banking."
 

UK: Travel agent's answer to gun bandits
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A Wolverhampton travel agent who was held at gunpoint by robbers has installed a £5,000 security system to protect scared staff after his terrifying ordeal.
Three men broke in to Global Travel, Dunstall Road and held owner Stainton Fogoe (pictured) hostage before making off with £400 and a mobile phone."

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Wouldn't it be a lot cheaper and more effective to simply purchase a firearm? Oh, this is the UK. Nevermind...
 

AK: Assembly passes Patriot Act resolution
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"Alaska's largest municipality is joining other communities in protesting the USA Patriot Act.
The Anchorage Assembly last night voted six-three to protest the law passed after the September 11th terrorist attack." ...

"The resolution by Assemblyman Allan Tesche requests that Anchorage police and other city agencies refuse to help federal agents acting under the Patriot Act in ways that violate 'the rights and liberties guaranteed equally under the state and federal constitutions.' "
 

Forsaking history
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"There was a time when we had so much confidence in the superiority of our way of life that we aggressively taught our values to new immigrants and insisted they master the basics of American history, the English language and civics before being eligible for citizenship. Today, we're not even teaching history to our own schoolchildren. ... when you don't know your history, you're more inclined to believe the kooky versions of it served up by everyone from Oliver Stone to Michael Moore." ...
 

WA: Shooter broke law before his fatal attack
Submitted by: Mike Teague

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Strange how this violent offender could get his hands on a firearm, despite those oh-so-effective Brady checks!

This is another good example of anti-gun bias in the media. Even though the guy is most likely a dirtbag, there are no quotes from anyone other than those from Jeannie Bryant, "unit coordinator with the Domestic Violence Prosecution Center". Oddly she does not explain how well off ARMED domestic violence would-be-victims would be.
 

NJ: 5th Annual "Women's Day At The Range"
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"On Saturday July 19th, the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs will be hosting the 5th Annual "Women’s Day At The Range". ...Classroom instruction and target practice is provided by certified instructors in pistol, rifle, and shotgun. ...Hundreds of women of all ages, backgrounds and professions have participated in Women’s Day at the Range. Women learn shooting skills in a safe and friendly environment, and learn to shoot for the sport or just to have fun."
 

WA: Bill to stop gun lawsuits under fire
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Even though a judge has set a trial date, the families of victims of last year's East Coast sniper shootings say Congress is on the verge of passing legislation that would toss out their lawsuit against a Tacoma gun shop."

" 'The judge in our case said I should be able to make my case,' Vicki Snider, the sister of one victim, said at an emotional news conference Wednesday. 'Now the Senate may say I won't be able to.' "

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GOOD!
 

KS: Englishman wins seventh world title at clay shooting championship
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"Claythorne Lodge, located about 10 miles west of Columbus, Kan., was host to the FITASC World Sporting Clays Championship, which wrapped up a five-day competition Sunday. It was just the third time in 25 years the world champion was determined in the United States."

"More than 900 competitors from 26 countries took their shots at the Claythorne." ...
 

AZ: Gun group aims to help owners
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"The challenge is square in their sights: to improve communities, foster environmental stewardship and positively influence the public's perception of gun owners."

"Now, all Bryan Tucker and Don Turner need are more people who not only share their views but are willing to make a difference by joining the Good Gun Foundation."
 

NJ: Phillipsburg cop resigns following theft of his gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A police officer who had his gun stolen from his home resigned this week after eight years on the police force."

"Police Chief Krisak said William Cook cited personal issues as his reason for resigning." ...

"Krisak said an investigation is under way into the break-in, but stressed that it had no connection with Cook's resignation."

"Police officials said the thief got into the house by prying open a rear window and stole the gun from a bedroom dresser upstairs."
 

UK: Cleared of gun crime
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A convicted Rolex robber was today cleared of involvement in a shooting six months after he was found not guilty of murder."

"Jermain Abbott, 22, walked free after an Old Bailey jury found he was not the getaway driver for a gunman who shot a night-clubber with an Uzi sub machine gun."

"The court heard how Abbott was allegedly at the wheel of a gold Audi when one of his passengers shot a clubber after a trivial row outside the Atlantis night-club in Purley."
 

Taxpayer Funded Reckless Lawsuits Against The Firearms Industry
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A chart detailing everything from date, court and case number to case status.
 

Defeat of Legislation Urged in Advertising Campaign [Press Release]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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FULL TEXT BELOW:

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence United with The Million Mom March published an advertisement in the New York Times today, urging Americans to tell their Senators to defeat a special interest bill (S.659) that would give broad immunity from civil lawsuits to the most reckless gun sellers in the nation.

More advertisements will follow. To view the full-page ad online, go to http://www.mmm2004.org, or call 202-898-0792 for a faxed copy.

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So nice of them to publish the info for you. You know what to do.
 

RI: Police recover 22 stolen guns
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"A Woodhull, Ill., man accused of stealing 30 guns from a home in rural Henry County has been arrested by Rock Island police, but officials say six guns could still be on the street."

"Gary Michael Fortune, 37, was charged with selling stolen firearms and possession of firearms by a convicted felon after the police department’s narcotics/vice division received a tip that he had been 'suspiciously' selling guns out of a Rock Island home."
 

CA: Court tells Lord Irvine's son to pay $1.2m
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"Alastair Irvine, the son of the former lord chancellor, has been ordered by an Orange County superior court to pay $1.2m (£750,000) in damages to the man he admitted stalking and threatening in California last year." ...

"After Ms. Healy rejected him, according to the criminal case, he stalked Mr. Taska and threatened him, poured paint-stripper over his pick-up truck and went to his workplace with a gun."
 

NV: Is Hunting for Bambi a Hoax?
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"It's the story that's caused an uproar among women's groups and put a black eye on the city of Las Vegas. But is it all a hoax. News 3's Dana Wagner dug deeper into claims that the man behind the "Hunting for Bambi" video may have fooled a local television station into giving him free advertising to sell more videos."
 

NY: Jamaican immigrant killed in his Jamaica [NY] home
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"A Jamaica man who loved cooking Jamaican food for his friends was killed last week by three unidentified men, who entered his home and dragged him down the stairs before shooting him, police said."

"Oneyl Stephan, a 29-year-old immigrant from the island of Jamaica, was shot once in the chest in the hallway of his home at 107-33 157th St. about 1 a.m. Friday, police said."
 

AL: Former Midland City Police Chief Found Guilty
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A former Midland City Police Chief has been convicted of selling stolen firearms. 54-year old Jimmy S- Metcalf was found guilty Wednesday of eight counts in Montgomery federal court.

Metcalf was suspended without pay in February by the mayor and City Council pending the outcome of a federal investigation. Former and current Midland City Police officers testified at Metcalf's trial that the weapons he sold were stolen from the department's property room. The weapons had been seized by Midland Police between 1999 and 2001.

Metcalf sold the weapons to several pawn and gun shops in Dothan, Newton and Ozark. Metcalf had served as police chief since 1997. He took over when his predecessor, Virgil Dobbs, was killed in an auto accident. Metcalf will be sentenced in September.
 

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