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UK: "Guns bringing terror to our streets"
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"A senior judge has condemned the 'alarming increase' in gun crime on the streets of Birmingham and the use of converted imitation firearms - the new weapon of choice for gangs."

"Judge Richard Wakerley QC said the use of blank-firing pistols, which could be made into lethal weapons, automatic machine guns and other firearms was of 'grave concern' to the courts, police and ordinary people."

"The judge was speaking at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday as he sentenced two men to ten and a half years each for shooting dead a man with a pistol converted to fire 9mm ball bearings."
 

FL: Thieves targeting Broward County patrol cars
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"Thieves have broken into about half a dozen marked and unmarked patrol cars, stealing thousands of dollars of goods in Broward County, officials said."

"In a string of patrol car crime on July 18 in Cooper City, a thief caused $2,000 in damage by taking off the frame around the window of a Hollywood police car and prying out the window. The suspect also stole a loaded $1,500 rifle from the trunk, police said."

"Also that night, the windows of two Broward County Sheriff's Office patrol cars were smashed and a laptop computer was stolen from each. A total of $3,200 in goods were stolen form the cars parked in a deputy's driveway, said Cooper City Police Capt. Marvin Stoner."

Other items stolen from law enforcement vehicles include: two rings, a 9-mm Beretta pistol, a police radio, a SWAT uniform...

"[Sheriff's spokesman Hugh] Graf said the recent theft is not a cause for worry."
 

UK: Shotgun Terror In City Robbery
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"A terrified female shop assistant was threatened with a sawn-off shotgun when a city newsagent suffered its second armed robbery in six months."

"Police officers swarmed around Badat's, in London Road, after the incident at 2.20pm yesterday."

"The woman was behind the till at the shop, on the corner of Alvin Street, when a man pointed a sawn-off shotgun at her from beneath his jacket and demanded cash from the till."

"The thug, who is described as white, stocky, clean-shaven and about 30-years-old, then ran down London Road heading towards Gloucester city centre with what police describe as a 'substantial amount of money'."

"It comes just months after a male assistant at Badat's sustained serious injuries after being stabbed in an armed robbery."
 

UK: Man shot as he fought intruders
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"A man was shot in the head as he challenged armed intruders in the garden at his home."

"Peter Stephenson suffered minor injuries in the incident on Tuesday night in Kepwick, near Thirsk, North Yorkshire."

"The men - two white and one black - escaped in a car they had stolen from a woman who was visiting the house at the time."

KABA NOTE: If the man had pulled out a firearm to defend himself against these thugs, HE would be in jail.
 

UK: £1,000 reward for gun-toting raiders
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"A £1,000 reward has been put up for the capture of an armed gang who subjected two store workers to a terrifying ordeal."

"And police have released CCTV pictures of two of the raiders."

"As reported first by the Advertiser last week, the trio broke into Gentry's Store in Farm Road, Lakeside, at about 10.30pm on Thursday, July 18."

"Pam Price, 52, and her daughter Lindsey, who were in the store at the time, struggled with the intruders."

"Miss Price, 24, was struck over the head several times and needed hospital treatment."
 

Beirut: Gunman kills eight in school rampage
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"A man opened fire on Wednesday on a Beirut university campus, killing eight people before he was apprehended by police, said police officials."

"Police said the gunman, identified as Ahmed Mansour, began firing in the air and then turned his gun on people in the offices of the teachers' compensation fund in the literature department of the Lebanese University."

"It was not immediately known whether Mansour was a student, a teacher or an employee or what his motives were."

"Lebanon has known civil war, an Israeli invasion and unrest linked to the presence of thousands of Palestinian refugees."
 

Survival Guide To Semantic Warfare: Understanding The Enemies Of The West
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"John Loeffler (the host of the Steel-on-Steel Talk show in America), is one of the very few Americans I have come across who understands modern communism and terrorism down to the finest detail. I urge people to listen to what he has to say because this can serve as your survival guide to understanding the enemies of the Western world. John is one of the few who understand Semantic warfare which I deal with in my book, Government by Deception."
 

FL: Thugs bold enough to steal a gun from a police officer
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"Police are searching for the suspects who took a gun from a police officer."

"The trio approaching the officer along 35th Street and 25th Avenue in Miami yesterday -- putting their own gun to his head and then struggling with the officer for his weapon."

"Investigators are now releasing the sketches of the three suspects."

"If caught -- they face charges of armed robbery and felony charges for stealing the gun."

"You are asked to call Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471- TIPS if you have any information on this crime."
 

Proof that waiting periods don't work: Killer 'Cooled Off,' Then Attacked
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"As required by Wisconsin law, Kiss waited 48 hours before he picked up the .45 caliber Glock pistol he purchased. The day after the 'cooling off' period ended, he drove to Grimsby, Canada, where he used the gun to kill his ex-girlfriend, Shannon Cruse, her 6-year-old daughter, and her parents before killing himself."
 

UK: Barman robbed at gunpoint - with banned gun
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"A barman was threatened at gunpoint and robbed as he tried to lock up the Lockleaze Community Centre."

"The offender approached the victim as he made his way to the car park after locking the building."

"The man was forced to return to the office of the centre where a quantity of cash was stolen. The barman was then locked inside the while the thief made his escape."
 

Homicide on the rise in U.S. cities
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Los Angeles, Boston and other cities across the country are seeing a bounce in homicides that experts attribute to a slower economy and an accompanying lack of jobs."

"Federal statistics show a 9 percent jump in homicides last year in cities with 250,000 to 499,999 people, a group that includes Oakland. That's the highest increase of any group, including cities with more than a million people."

"Last year, there were 84 murders in Oakland, a 5 percent increase from a year earlier. But things are much worse this year, harkening back to the years of 1986 to 1995, when the city averaged 138 murders a year."

"As of Tuesday, 65 people had been slain. Most of the victims and suspects have been black men, shot in neighborhoods where gangs and weapons are plentiful."
 

Judge Strikes Down Utah Laws Banning Nuclear Waste, Saying It's a Federal Decision
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Utah's laws designed to keep radioactive waste out of the state are illegal because only the federal government has jurisdiction over nuclear safety, a judge ruled."
 

Hillard vows to catch killers in mob beating
Submitted by: Ron Dotson
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"... Chicago Police Supt. Terry Hillard today vowed to catch members of an angry mob that pulled two men out of a van Tuesday night and beat them to death after their vehicle crashed into the front steps of a South Side building, injuring three women."

"The two men died after a group pulled them out of their van and beat them with bricks, stones, sticks and their hands and feet, police said."

Ban bricks, stones, and sticks?

-- Ron
 

The Death of Free Speech and Individualism...
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"I would like to talk about a few cases I have handled for politically incorrect clients, then show how they fit together and really are simply symptoms of something far more sinister - something that will profoundly affect every single person in this room; indeed, throughout America today."

"First, Say the N-word, go to jail..."
 

Whatever the People Wanted
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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"[A]t one point or another in our history, 'whatever the people wanted' included such things as segregation, subjugation of women, and slavery. Even today, it includes the War on Drugs, the War on Guns, and the War on Private Property. Democracy was something that our Founding Fathers opposed. That is why they established a system of government where representatives are elected by the people to use their own judgment in creating laws, and that men would be governed by the rule of law."
 

UK: In Britain its ILLEGAL to have a Shotgun - Even without Firing Pins
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A peaceful honest citizen - arrested for having some antique firearms...without firing pins. Are the British people really this dense?
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"The grandson of a Coventry rat-catcher has appeared in court charged with keeping his grandfather's gun without a licence."

"Robert Victor Clelland, of Watersmeet Road, Stoke Heath, Coventry, pleaded guilty at Coventry Magistrates Court to owning three guns without a licence."

"The court heard how police were visiting Clelland's house on another matter on May 30 when they spotted two double-barrelled shotguns and a rifle on a display rack in the 52-year-old's living room."

"Clelland, who owned two of the guns for more than 20 years and was given the other as a family heirloom, told police he thought he didn't need a licence for guns which had their firing pins removed."
 

Senate Panel Cleared to Vote on Arming Pilots
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"Supporters of arming U.S. airline pilots said on Wednesday that prospects were brighter for getting legislation passed this year after the idea's chief opponent in the Senate said he would allow a committee vote."

"A spokesman for Montana Republican Sen. Conrad Burns, one of the chief co-sponsors of a plan to arm pilots, said he would push for committee action in September, after the chamber returns from its summer recess, with the hope of getting the entire Senate to approve the measure soon afterward."
 

IN: Police officer accused of theft
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"The Gary Police Department filed a theft report naming one of its officers as a suspect."

"Garriott, 36, a resident of Lowell, was charged because he has not returned his department-issue police radio, badge and gun, the police report states."

"Internal Affairs Division investigators have made numerous attempts to retrieve the items, sending him certified letters that have gone unanswered, the report states."

" 'Calls have been made with no success to contact the suspect. The items have not been returned,' the report states."
 

MD: "Judges making bail decisions shouldn't be second-guessed"
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"THE YOUTH, still in his teens, was charged with shooting another boy. The bone of contention this day was whether the bail should be $35,000."
 

UK: Jewel shop owner [a disarmed peasant] flees gun raiders [who knew the best he could do was run]
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"A terrified Bradford jewellery shop owner refused to give in to the demands of armed robbers when they pointed a gun at him."

"The shopkeeper was threatened by one of the occupants of a car which drew up alongside him when he arrived at KV Jewellers on Leeds Road, Laisterdyke, at 10.30am yesterday."

"The suspect tried to force him to open the shop at gunpoint but the owner ran off to ring the police and the assailant was driven away empty handed."
 

South Africa: 'The police have left us to die out here'
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"The army and police have been accused of turning a blind eye to the terror in Verulam, writes Musa Sithole."

"The terrified community of about 300 small-scale Indian farmers in Verulam say they can no longer cope with violent crime in their neighbourhood while the police and army are turning a blind eye to their plight."

"The farmers said violent crimes such as the shooting of farmers, car hijackings and housebreaking were a normal occurrence, and that dogs belonging to eight farmers had been poisoned before crimes had been committed."

"The farmers said criminals were also tampering with security alarm systems before launching attacks."

Inspector Mandla Khumalo said the police force was undergoing change. "We are short of men. We would otherwise provide security," he said.
 

Bill would close gun law holes
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"Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., introduced legislation Tuesday to close major gaps in the federal firearms background check system that in a 30-month period allowed some 10,000 felons and others prohibited from gun ownership to obtain weapons."

" 'This legislation fixes a huge hole in our system,' McCain said in a statement, 'a hole that delays legitimate firearms purchases and allows criminals and other prohibited buyers to obtain guns.' "

"McCain said the hole is the 'faulty records of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).' "

"He cited a report issued by the Americans for Gun Safety in January that showed 'millions of records are missing from NICS' database.' The study showed that over a 30-month period, 10,000 criminals and others obtained a license without a full background check 'because the records couldn't be checked properly within the three days allowed by federal law.' "

"The bill was sponsored by McCain, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass. Craig joked at a news conference that it was the 'odd quad,' referring to the fact that the sponsors came together on this legislation despite widely differing views on gun control."
 

Senators strengthen background checks on buyers
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"A self-described 'odd-quad' of senators urged the government Tuesday to strengthen its gun buyer instant background check system by requiring federal agencies to contribute to the system and states to computerize their criminal records."

"The bill, introduced by Democratic Sens. Charles Schumer of New York and Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts, and Republican Sens. John McCain of Arizona and Larry Craig of Idaho, would require states and federal agencies to automate their records and add them to the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System."

"Background checks for prospective gun buyers have been required since February 1994 under the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act. More than 689,000 people have been denied a gun for failing a background check."
 

Accuracy in Media: Bullets of Bias
Submitted by: Guntalker

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"It's not a secret that an anti-gun agenda is prevalent in the mainstream media. During the past few weeks, blatant opinions have appeared in so-called news stories about arming commercial airline pilots. And most recently, the mainstream media highlighted their gun control bias in their coverage of two separate stories."
 

Firearm Background Checks and Rejections
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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" 'From the inception of the Brady Act on March 1, 1994, to December 31, 2000, about 30 million applications for a firearm transfers were subject to background checks. About 689,000 applications were rejected,' amounting to about 2.3% of all applications."
 

The Battle of Athens, Tennessee
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"Published in Guns & Ammo October 1995, pp. 50-51"

"On August 1-2, 1946, some Americans, brutalized by their county government, used armed force as a last resort to overturn it. These Americans wanted honest open elections. For years they had asked for state or federal election monitors to prevent vote fraud (forged ballots, secret ballot counts and intimidation by armed sheriff's deputies) by the local political boss. They got no help."
 

ND: Fargo cops told to ditch guns
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"Invited as special guests to lunch with Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday, uniformed Fargo police officers were told mid-meal to leave the room and take off their sidearms."

"One, still chewing his food, walked out saying, 'If they don’t want us in here with our guns, I’m taking off,' and didn’t return. Others did return and stay for the rest of the event."

"But on Wednesday, neither Mayor Bruce Furness nor Rick Clayburgh’s campaign – which sponsored the event – could track down who gave the order."

"The incident comes fresh on the heals of a recent war of wills over weapons at the Cass County Courthouse. Presiding Judge Michael Maguire recently banned a Fargo police officer from the building until he complied with the judge’s policy of no weapons in the building."
 

Lawmakers Consider Bill to Curb Obesity
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"America -- the land of plenty. And it shows."

"An estimated 61 percent of people in the United States have dunlap's disease, as in: 'their bellies' dun lapped over their belts.' "

"IMPACT wants to help fight the battle of the bulge by giving health professionals more training on weight issues and paying for new parks, bike paths and recreational centers. At a cost of $200 million, it would also provide more money for nutrition programs in U.S. schools where today's kids are starting down the road to porkdom."
 

Sawgrass Convoy Heading to FL to Protest Landgrab
Submitted by: David Cheney
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Jarbidge Shovel Brigade members are planning a cross-country convoy to southern Florida this fall to support agricultural producers who say they are being swamped out by the federal government.

The local brigade will team up with Klamath Bucket Brigade and volunteers from Ohio to lead a fund-raising auction similar to one that helped raise money for farmers in Oregon's Klamath Basin last year.
 

Ashcroft: Good intentions on a bad road
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"Last week’s New York Times story made it official: Many conservatives are sorry they ever supported former Missouri Gov. John Ashcroft’s appointment as attorney general. They are upset at him for eviscerating the Constitution since Sept. 11 by sending the PATRIOT Act and other anti-terrorist legislation to the Hill, loosening strictures on the FBI imposed by Congress and some of his predecessors years ago, and being, shall we say, overzealous in his willingness to ignore liberty in the quest for security. As a result, they’ve concluded that he’s no longer deserving of conservative support."
 

Fear. What is it good for? Absolutely - Profit!
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"We can live in constant fear and allow the government to con us into endless schemes to separate us from our money and freedoms, or we can take a stand and take responsibility for what happens to us. The first step is to stop allowing the government to run rough shod over us and the rest of the world. It's called Constitutional Limits and we need to enforce them. The Bill of Rights has become a casualty of the fear factor, yet what we should fear most is that it may be beyond repair."
 

NY: And...In gun free New York City
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"Cops yesterday were hunting for three gun-toting bandits who robbed 15 people in a mah-jongg parlor in Queens, leaving a 46-year-old woman with a graze wound to the head."

"The violence broke out about 10 p.m. Monday when the suspects - all Asian men in their 20s - strode into 136-05 Sanford Ave. in Flushing and announced a robbery, police said."

"One of the bandits - about 25, 5-foot-8 and 140 pounds, and wearing a black T-shirt - brandished a pistol."
 

Bill Clinton claims he'd die to defend Israel
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"Clinton delighted the crowd by playing sax with the band before dinner and telling them that 'If the Iraqi army crossed the Jordan River, I would personally grab a rifle and fight, and die.' "

Three questions:

1)Why should we believe a serial liar?

2)Would you grab one of those nasty, evil, "assault weapons," Bill?

3)How can we be sure that's all you'd grab?
 

NV: Hunter decries deer management
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"Now, the Nevada Division of Wildlife reports that mule deer numbers this year have dropped to 107,500, the lowest estimate since 1976. In 1988, the population stood at 257,000. Fredi blames the decline on wildlife officials mismanaging such predators as coyotes and cougars and issuing too many tags for taking deer."

" 'At what point are deer numbers so low that all hunting will cease?' he asked during an interview at his Las Vegas home Monday."
 

IN: Local divorce agreements could strip away the right to own a gun
Submitted by: Daguerre

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"Porter Superior Court Judge Thomas Webber dug around his desk and pulled out a single-page notice likely to come as a surprise to some recently divorced individuals and their attorneys."

"The official-looking document announces in capital letters and bold type that as a result of specific wording used in divorce agreements to protect one or both parties from harm, the federal Brady Act has been invoked. The result is the potential offender loses his or her right to possess a firearm and is required to turn over all weapons."
 

Federalists Urge Bush admin., NRA to reconsider Anti-Gun intiatives
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"Federalists who have been fuming over federal gun laws sparred with officials from the Bush administration and the National Rifle Association on Tuesday, accusing the administration and the NRA of reneging on their professed federalist principles."

"Federalists speaking at a Cato Institute forum warned that individual liberty will be at risk if an important check on government power-state authority-is trampled by the federal government."

"That left the Bush administration and the NRA in the unusual position of arguing that a greater federal presence in state matters is the only practical way to both combat gun violence and prevent gun manufacturers from being sued into oblivion."
 

Misguided mission for military
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Soldiers are trained to kill; policemen, to use force as a last resort. Accordingly, there's a deep-rooted American hostility to the idea of using the military for domestic law enforcement."

"But all that may be about to change. After repeatedly denying they plan to undermine or alter the Posse Comitatus Act, of 1878, which makes it a criminal offense to use U.S. military forces 'to execute the laws,' Bush administration officials are starting to change their tune."
 

F&WS New director promises to 'restore balance'
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"If the new director of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service keeps his promise, there'll be rejoicing among millions of American anglers. Steve Williams, speaking to more than 100 state fisheries officials and angler activists during festivities last week that accompanied the annual BASS Masters Classic fishing championship in Birmingham, Ala., vowed to 'restore balance' to his agency's fisheries program."
 

UK: "Plastic bullets gun for police"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"This is the new law enforcer soon to be used by police on the streets of Gloucestershire - the Heckler Koch baton gun."

"The weapon, which is classed as a firearm, shoots plastic bullets up to a range of 80 feet and is expected to go into operational service in October of this year."

"The baton gun is an impact weapon and when fired delivers a strike similar to that from a conventional baton, but over a much greater distance."

"County firearms officers are already being trained in how to use the weapon, which is an updated version of the baton gun used in front-line policing in Northern Ireland."

"The baton gun is regarded as non-lethal but is deemed a more powerful deterrent than CS gas."
 

NV: Gun range deals with lead problems
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Officials at a Sparks indoor gun range said Monday crews are ensuring there is no lead pollution outside the business, after the Washoe District Health Department issued a notice of violation last week."

"The July 22 letter to Impact Indoor Range on Coney Island Drive near McCarran Boulevard warns of potential problems from how airborne lead was handled and possible lead contamination of the area outside the business."
 

Senator Won't Seek to Prevent Guns for Pilots
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"Senator Ernest F. Hollings, the Senate's most vocal and influential opponent of letting airline pilots carry guns, said today that he would not stand in the way of a vote on the issue."

"Backers of the measure say they will press for a vote in the Senate when lawmakers return from the August recess. The House has already voted in favor of letting pilots carry guns, overruling a decision by the Transportation Department."
 

Crimes Against Seniors – A Disturbing Trend
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Crimes against senior citizens – it's a reality that occurs every day in virtually every city in the United States. Criminals, thinking that the elderly may be an easier target, put their mischievous focus on this segment of our society."
 

Ex-FBI Boss Admits Taking Bribes
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"A former FBI supervisor testified Thursday he took bribes of wine and cash that retired agent John J. Connolly delivered to him from top-ranking mob informers."

"John Morris, Connolly's boss when he handled James J. 'Whitey' Bulger and Stephen 'The Rifleman' Flemmi, took the stand on the second day of Connolly's trial on charges of racketeering, obstruction of justice and conspiracy."
 

PA: Gun Locks Given Away at Area Stores
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...such as the Wal-Mart and K-Mart up in this area
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" “Do you need my permit number?” a man asked Ryan Williams as he sat outside the K-Mart store in Loyalsock Township Tuesday."

" “No,” Williams answered, “I just need you to go home and secure your gun.” "

"Williams was handing out free firearm locks as part of Project HomeSafe, a national campaign to reduce firearms accidents in the home."
 

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