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Another David Defeats Another Goliath
Submitted by: Joe
Website: http://devoted.to/Godblessamerica

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Gun owners need to wake up to the fact that they are a very powerful force in politics. If 500 can stop the NWO, at least temporarily, imagine what 500,000 could do?
 

HI: Honolulu Officer Sues PD for Violation of Free Speech
Submitted by: skypod
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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A Honolulu police officer who claims that his career was destroyed after he challenged police procedures took the witness stand to defend his lawsuit against the department.

Sgt. David Hernandez detailed several allegations against the department Thursday, the most serious of which was that HPD brass ordered him not to talk to state legislators, even as a private citizen. He argued that such an action constitutes a violation of his right to free speech.
 

CT: Marshal Arraigned On Gun Charges
Submitted by: skypod
Website: http://www.freerepublic.com/perl/profile?skypod

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"A state marshal and a gang-connected bondsman had an illegal gun-selling ring ... Details about the gun sales became public Monday after the judicial marshal, Gerassimos "Mike" Balomenos, 23, of New Britain, was arraigned on seven new felony charges that involved illegal traffic in powerful guns. He was first arrested June 15 on similar charges."
 

To The U.N. : We'll Wash Our Laundry If You'll Wash Yours
Submitted by: Mark Stehly

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The privilage of being an American citizen is that we are free to become concious of our (regretably) own excesses, AS WELL as the excesses of our sneaky would be overseers ('da UN). As acknowledged humans via the Bill of Rights, we have the right to demand revue of our actions around the world; and determine where we have erred. ...NOT another 2 year congressional secret commity that determines how to absolve or distance those responsible. Then thru representaion, make amends and move on.
 

Global Gun Ban in the Making, Part II
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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Follow-up report on Metaksa's "Part I" in which she provides additional history of UN's anti-gun agenda.

"In June, the UN General Assembly approved the Firearms Protocol of the UN Convention Against Transnational Crime...When 38 more countries sign on, it will become an international crime to transfer unauthorized firearms."

I'll be sure to sell a gun that day, to a neighbor or friend, because I can -- and because the UN has NO AUTHORITY over me and never will.
 

Water Cannon could be used in Britain
Submitted by: BlackSnake

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Water Cannons "have been used in Northern Ireland (for) two years ..." So now they want to use them in England proper... Can't figure out why, Tony Blair and Co. said crime would stop after the guns were banned. They wouldnt' LIE about guns to the public, now would they?...
 

Cincinnati Officer Saves Neighborhood from Dangerous Criminal
Submitted by: BlackSnake

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The call to 911 was the third report in the last two days of a man carrying a shotgun in the area ... The suspect fired at least two shots at (the) officer (who) fired at least seven shots from his 9mm service weapon.

KABA NOTE: Good Job, Officer Haas! Thank you!
 

False Arm Falls as the guy pulled his gun to rob
Submitted by: Jerry

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"A man's false arm fell off as he used it to point a gun at bar staff who refused to give him a drink. He then picked up the arm and gun and tried to leave the bar in El Paso, Texas."

KABA NOTE: The report goes on to say that "A 47-year-old has been arrested for aggravated assault and assault," but it doesn't say if it was THIS man they are referring to.
 

Ashcroft's Mixed Messages?
Submitted by: Jeff Rau

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"When it comes to gun control, Attorney General John Ashcroft has begun his tenure in the Justice Department by sending some mixed messages - improving the chances of stopping sales to criminals on the one hand but imprudently giving sustenance to the National Rifle Association on the other." --Dan K. Thomasson

~ Why do people keep mentioning that gun control group known as the National Rifle Association?
 

Unanimous Decision: Court rules on deadly force use
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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The court noted that Nevada law does not address the amount of force permissible to make an arrest, and called the case one of "first impression."

~ This article is about the use of deadly force when placing an individual under citizen arrest. I say don't try to arrest them shoot first, ask questions later.
 

NV: Clark County Schools - more [fake] guns, less crime
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"More guns were in school -- but not the real kind.

Knife incidents didn't increase from the previous year.

Burglaries were down by almost 54 percent, which may be an indicator of the effectiveness of newly installed surveillance equipment in area schools."
 

LaVerkin UT revises anti-UN law
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Embattled leaders in La Verkin on Wednesday renewed their stand against the United Nations. But not before running the anti-UN ordinance they passed July 4 by City Attorney Lowry Snow and making a few judicious changes.

KABA NOTE: Their new law still sends a powerful anti-UN message.
 

MI: Oakland County OKs increase in fingerprint fees
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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An increase in the fee (from $5 to $15 per person) for fingerprinting required by the state's new concealed weapons law needs just one more approval before it takes effect, perhaps as early as next week.
 

Who'll take responsibility for shootings of children?
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"The gun runners, and all their knights-errant, dig in their heels as the body counts rise. They couch their arguments in the Constitution, in legal technicalities, in warped logic that insists that the more killing power we have, the safer we are."

~ The "article" goes on to say that the family wants an apology from someone for the death of their son. I think they should apologize to their son for not teaching him about gun safety and getting him killed.

KABA NOTE: This is another beut by Michael Olesker. He's conveniently on vacation now, but you can send your comments to SunSpot.Net
 

NC Senate approves bill to protect gun shops
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Just a follow up to yesterdays story. The bill passed 47-1. It now goes to the Governor for his signature.
 

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