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George Bush Channels George Orwell
Submitted by: Roger MacDonald

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"As President Bush wages his war against terrorism and moves to create a huge homeland security apparatus, he appears to be borrowing heavily, if not ripping off ideas outright, from George Orwell. The work in question is 1984, the prophetic novel about a government that controls the masses by spreading propaganda, cracking down on subversive thought and altering history to suit its needs."

"It was intended to be read as a warning about the evils of totalitarianism -- not a how-to manual."
 

Airport Executives openly oppose Dept. of Transportation leadership
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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ORIGINAL TITLE: "D/FW plays key role in security bill"

"The U.S. House vote to push back the year-end deadline for screening luggage - a provision in the homeland security bill - culminated an airport industry lobbying effort largely orchestrated by Dallas/Fort Worth Airport's director."

"An alliance of 39 major airports ... got representatives' attention."

"At several turns ... Airport executives openly opposed the leadership of the U.S. Department of Transportation."

"This was ... a battleground," -- Kevin Cox
 

MN: A day of mourning for Minneapolis police
Submitted by: Shawn Smith

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sources say, Donald pulled a handgun that had been concealed between her buttocks, lunged out of the stall and fired a shot about 7:40 p.m. that hit Schmidt.

Officials with the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority also visited the towers, distributing a statement from executive director Cora McCorvey, who expressed "deepest sympathy and condolences to families, friends and colleagues of both victims."

Martha Donald murdered officer Melissa Schmidt and is in no way a "victim".

KABA NOTE: According to this and previous reports, police were called to the scene because of a "woman with a handgun." Lots of women are "with a handgun" -- more all the time. If this woman who shot the police officer was threatening someone with her handgun, we've seen no report that says so -- but plenty of reports fail to mention any such threat, while they all tell us that the woman was searched by police and treated as a criminal because someone said she "had a handgun".

If mere possession of a firearm means you are a suspect and must submit to search and seisure, we will unfortunately be seeing more officer shootings in the days ahead.
 

Pakistan introduces karate-trained, armed anti-terrorist airliner marshals
Submitted by: serinde
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"An elite force of karate-kicking anti-terrorist fighters will begin riding on domestic Pakistani passenger jets this month."

"Part of the national airport police, Pakistan's first batch of sky marshals ... were sent into duty after the 1981 hijacking of a Pakistan International Airlines jet. [They] were armed and eventually had to be taken off commercial jets after other countries protested."

"However, after the Sept. 11 attacks ... the sky marshals were revived, this time unarmed."
 

Lock, Stock & Barrel - NRA Reaching Out to Women
Submitted by: Jacob Rieper
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The four-million-strong NRA has set its sights on the ladies. To teach the high-heeled and well coiffed, the gun group has created 'Women on Target' -- a free half-day seminar that gives women the chance to learn about guns and take them for a test shoot."

"There's such an anti-gun sentiment in the city," said Amy Heath, the director of Women in Shooting Sports for the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, a gun-advocacy group based in Albany; she's also a member of the NRA. "Immediately, when you say 'guns,' they get nervous and upset because they associate guns with violence. That's not what this is about at all. It's all about trying to promote guns in the right way."
 

MD: Conviction overturned second time
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"For the second time in two years, an appeals court overturned the murder conviction yesterday of an Annapolis man who said he fatally shot his neighbor in a crime-ridden area of the state capital, but contended he fired in self-defense."
 

80-yr-old WWII veteran arrested at airport for making joke
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ORIGINAL TITLE: "Texan Learns To Rue Remark"

"Eighty-year-old Fred Hubbell, tired and cranky after facing a gantlet of searches at Bradley International Airport, made a sarcastic remark about a rifle that he quickly came to regret."

"Suddenly he found himself in handcuffs - with a firsthand sense of what the Transportation Security Administration means by 'zero tolerance.' "

"It was a new experience for the retired engineer and World War II veteran. He got to stroll through the crowded concourse Thursday escorted by a state trooper while onlookers wondered if he was some kind of terrorist."

"He had a mug shot taken. He was fingerprinted. He spent about 20 minutes in a locked holding cell, as his worried wife waited outside. He was read his Miranda rights and offered the chance to phone a lawyer, which he declined."

"What Hubbell said, by his recollection, was innocent enough."

After being patted down twice, the senior citizen and former first lieutenant in the Army was having his wallet invaded by some airport flunkie. He said: "What do you expect to find in there, a rifle?"
 

PA: Task force holds first meeting on toughening gun penalties
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"Drug dealers who illegally carry guns and those who sell them weapons are the principal targets of a new state-federal task force formed to send offenders to jail for at least five years."

"Anyone who lies on applications to purchase weapons also could fall under the push to reduce illegal gun crimes."

"The first full meeting of 'Operation Ceasefire' was held Friday in the Lackawanna County Courthouse to discuss how the program, which will see county prosecutors trying defendants in federal courts."
 

Opinion: Attorney General is ensuring our individual rights
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Very pro-2A letter to the editor Re: "The NRA poster boy"
 

Party, open house mark S&W anniversary
Submitted by: Jim Farquhar

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"Smith & Wesson kicked off a weekend celebration of the 150th anniversary of its founders' partnership last night with a tour and reception."

"About 150 people attended the event, held at the Springfield company's Roosevelt Avenue factory. The factory will be open to retirees and their families tomorrow morning and to the public from 2 to 5 p.m. as part of the celebration."
 

Greece: Machineguns Stolen From Military Camp
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Intensive investigations are under way by the military and police authorities in order to find the arms that were stolen last night, shortly before midnight, from a Kos unit, and in order to conclude the motive and circumstances under which the theft took place."

"The arms stolen from the military unit...by means of tunneling through a wall in the garment warehouse, consisted of a crate with 17 45mm side-arms, 3 HK-11 submachine guns, and three G-3 machine guns..."
 

Anti-Bush Protesters Silenced at Ohio State Graduation
Submitted by: Roger MacDonald

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"At rehearsal and right as the ceremony began, a school administrator, Richard Hollingsworth, Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, warned that any protesters would be kicked out and arrested. Some students said they were told they would be denied their diplomas if they protested."

"If we chose to leave, the charges would be dropped... With our daughter in mind, we chose not to fight it ... On this day... I came to the realization that we no longer live in a free society."
 

UK: Lord Chancellor's son in jail for stalking, carrying a gun
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"A son of the lord chancellor is in prison in the United States after he was charged with offences including stalking the boyfriend of a tanning salon employee."

"Alastair Irvine, 25, is also charged with burglary and carrying a gun, according to US court officials."

"The problems began when Mr Irvine became enamoured of 19-year-old Nicole Healy while he was living in Newport Beach in California, according to the Orange County District Attorney."

"The Daily Mail reported that Mr Irvine's behaviour was so nasty, Nicole and Karel moved house three times in less than a month to escape him."

"Mr Irvine's father Derry is head of the judiciary in England and Wales and a close friend of UK Prime Minister Tony Blair."

"He is scheduled to be arraigned in court on Tuesday. If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison."
 

WA: Man who tried to torch courthouse claims Second Amendment protects his actions
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"An Okanogan County prosecutor contends that a man caught last month inside the landmark courthouse was attempting to blow up the building and commit an act of domestic terrorism."

"Prosecutor Rick Weber on Thursday said Byron R. Winter, 48, of Okanogan, was found inside the courthouse early on July 21 with two explosive devices in addition to at least 10 liters of gasoline."

"Court documents say deputies found two soft drink cups filled with what appeared to be black gunpowder in the courthouse hallway. The cups had a metal strip across the top, holes where candles had been placed, and two lighters nearby."

"But Winter, who lost his land near Cameron Lake to back taxes in January, denied he planned to ignite the documents. He said he wanted to send a message to county officials, who he believes are corrupt."

" 'My defense is going to be that I was exercising my Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, which means I can do what I have to get corrupt people out of government,' Winter told the newspaper."
 

Trial date set in Second Amendment case - U.S. v. Emerson, Aug. 19
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"A former San Angelo doctor who challenged a federal law in Second Amendment case will be retried Aug. 19 in federal court in Lubbock."

"The date was set Friday for Timothy Emerson, who will stand trial for possessing a firearm while under a restraining order."

"The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in October overturned U.S. District Judge Sam Cummings' ruling that dismissed the charge against Emerson."

"Emerson was charged in 1998 after buying a pistol while under a restraining order during a divorce proceeding."

"The case had gun rights implications because Cummings ruled that the federal statute used to charge Emerson violated his Second Amendment right to bear arms."

"The 5th circuit determined that an individual has a right to bear arms -- a victory for gun rights advocates -- but that the right could be restricted under some circumstances."

"Emerson faces a maximum five-year sentence and $250,000 fine, U.S. Assistant Attorney Roger McRoberts told the San Angelo Standard-Times in Saturday's editions."

"Emerson's attorney, David Guinn, couldn't be reached for comment."

"In June, the Supreme Court said it would not hear the case and a similar gun-rights case."
 

SD: "Amendment A" would allow arguing merits and validity of law in courtrooms
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"On Nov. 5, South Dakota voters will vote on a constitutional amendment that will bring common sense to the justice system, said Larry Dodge of Rapid City."

"Dodge, who was at the South Dakota State Fair Friday, said what Amendment A boils down to is allowing people accused of crimes to make a commonsense argument in their own defense in court."

" 'A lot of times you are not allowed to argue about the law, whether the law is silly or passed by a special interest group or if it doesn't make sense - any number of examples,' he said."

"The proposed amendment to South Dakota's Constitution that will be on the Nov. 5 ballot reads: "In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall have the right to argue the merits, validity and applicability of the law, including sentencing laws." "
 

KY: Gun, Knife Found in Luggage, man arrested
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"Security screeners found a loaded handgun and a lock-blade knife in carryon luggage at Louisville International Airport and arrested the owner, an airport spokeswoman said."

"Russell Baldwin, 43, of Atlanta, was arrested early Friday after an X-ray machine and search detected the weapons, said David Beyer, a Louisville FBI spokesman. Baldwin told authorities he was a retired police officer and had a permit for the weapon."

" 'We have no indication he is a terrorist,' said Stephen Pence, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Kentucky."

"Baldwin was charged with attempting to carry a weapon onto an aircraft. He could face 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted."
 

AK: Former head of Alaska's state police assassinated by woman in murder/suicide
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A woman fatally shot the former head of Alaska's state police, wounded his wife and then turned the gun on herself Saturday, authorities said."

"The armed woman ambushed retired Alaska Commissioner of Public Safety Glenn Godfrey and his wife, Patricia, as they arrived at their home in suburban Eagle River..."

"The woman hit the 53-year-old retired commissioner first, striking him twice in the stomach and once in the head, then shot his 52-year-old wife as she fled up a flight of stairs, police said."

"Patricia Godfrey suffered wounds in the arm, leg and stomach and was undergoing surgery Saturday morning at Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage."

"Police said the assailant, who was not immediately identified, then fatally shot herself with the 44-caliber Magnum pistol."

"Police did not immediately have a motive for the shootings."
 

Canada: Police officer, wife to appear in court on four counts of fraud
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"A city police officer and his wife will appear in court at the end of August after being charged with four counts of defrauding Alberta Human Resources and Employment."

"Const. Myron Vincent Pillay, 39, and Sinmala Pillay, 41, face two counts of defrauding the former Social Services department of more than $5,000, and two counts of defrauding the department of less than $5,000 in 1995-99..."

"The charges, laid in May by a human resources official, allegedly involve the Handicapped Children's Services Program, which offers financial support to help parents with the cost of caring for disabled children..."
 

8 Congressmen Seek FBI Probe Of Shooting
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"A congressional team wants a federal investigation into the fatal shooting of a jewelry store owner by a Pasco County sheriff's deputy."

"Deputy Erica Fernandez, 24, shot Sharlene 'Sally' Jones, 39, three times May 22 inside Dan's Fine Jewelry at 36515 State Road 54. The deputy was sent there to check on Jones after Zephyrhills police received word that she might be suicidal. Fernandez told investigators she found Jones holding a .357-caliber Magnum, tried to convince her to drop the gun and fired after Jones pointed it in her direction."

"The Florida Department of Law Enforcement ruled the shooting justified but didn't find Jones' fingerprints on the pistol..."
 

OR: "Concealed weapons have no place at fair"
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Screening for knives makes little sense if guns are allowed through."
 

U.N. Whistleblower Wins Claim - fired for telling of prostitution ring/sex trade
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"...an American woman who was fired as a U.N. police officer in Bosnia after reporting an alleged prostitution racket involving her colleagues was unfairly dismissed from her job."

"...the...Tribunal decided in favor of Kathryn Bolkovac...a former veteran police officer in Lincoln, Neb., [who] brought the claim of unfair dismissal under Britain's 1998 Public Interest Disclosure Act, sometimes known as the country's 'whistleblowers' charter.'
 

"Campus becomes security test site"
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"At many colleges, the student ID is a 'smart card' that unlocks dorm doors, pays for meals and checks out library books, with each use providing a potential stream of data that can be used to monitor activities. Health centers store medical data, and financial aid offices know each family's finances down to the penny."

"The total surveillance society is happening in the dorms sooner than anywhere else...We don't have national ID cards, but we have student ID cards."
 

UK: Shooting stars caught in political crossfire
Submitted by: Stuart Heal

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"The road to Bisley, the National Shooing Centre, is paved not only with gold, silver and bronze but establishments called The Hunter's Lodge, or its sleeping partner, The Fox. The main entrance to the shooting fields during the Commonwealth Games have been manned by demonstrators from the Sportsman's Association, protesting about the ban on target pistols in Britain brought into effect by the Firearms Act of 1997."
 

UK: British pistol champion wins yet another gold
Submitted by: Stuart Heal

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"Mick Gault lit up the shooting yesterday at Bisley, 216 miles from the main action in Manchester, with a nerveless finish."

"The Sheffield-born civil servant won his seventh Commonwealth gold and had no doubt it was the most dramatic."

"The Indians, with eight golds, have dominated at Bisley but they cracked under the relentless pressure from the former Royal Air Force man."

"Mick Gault collects gold medals like other people collect stamps. Not bad considering he has to train abroad." [emphasis added]
 

UK: Manchester 2002: A sport forever in Dunblane's shadow
Submitted by: Stuart Heal

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"They are pariahs with pistols, and if they were caught practising their sport here they could be arrested. Since the 1996 massacre at Dunblane, Britain's dwindling army of handgun marksmen have been reduced to the ranks of the politically incorrect; even worse, they are deemed to be outlaws...
...the Manchester organisers originally wanted to exclude shooting but were threatened with boycotts by several nations as it happens to be the second biggest sport in the Games..." [emphasis added]
 

UK: Clay Pigeon Shooting: The schoolgirl with a perfect aim
Submitted by: Stuart Heal

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"Most 15-year-olds are on their summer holidays gearing up for one of the most stressful years of their adolescent life - their GCSE year.
But for one Sussex schoolgirl this summer is more than a chance to recharge the batteries. Charlotte Kerwood won a Commonwealth Games gold medal yesterday in the women's double trap clay pigeon final here."
 

UK: British shooters in games have trouble getting guns through customs
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"The Sportsman's Association of Great Britain are up in small arms - at least, they would be but for the Firearms Act of 1997... There is no prohibition in Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands, and target pistol shooting is on the schedule here for the Commonwealth Games. But British shooters have been forced to train in Switzerland and, as a result, had an embarrassing time when they tried to get their guns through HM Customs last Monday."
 

TX: 'Freedom' exhibit coming to library
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"One of only 25 remaining original prints of the Declaration of Independence will be on display at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum beginning Aug. 14."

"The print is included in the exhibit 'Freedom’s Journey' which contains other historical documents, weapons, engravings, paintings and replica uniforms and flags dating from the Revolutionary period."
 

MD: Shop owner not charged in fatal shooting
Submitted by: Jim Sr

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"Prosecutor said the shooting Friday evening at the Subway Service Center, also known as Joe's Garage, in the 4200 block of Wabash Ave. appeared to be in self-defense."

"This is a guy who had a permit for the gun, was in his own business establishment, and relayed to the officers the man was armed with a knife and was lunging at him,"

"The prosecutor added that the investigation is continuing and that the owner, could be charged if evidence arises to show he committed a crime."
 

MA: Shooting clubs find a niche
Submitted by: serinde
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"Although guns are not welcome on Massachusetts campuses, there are new shooting clubs at Mount Holyoke College and Harvard University."

"The first college chapter of the Second Amendment Sisters, a national group that encourages women to arm themselves for self-defense, was founded by students at Mount Holyoke last fall. The club has about 50 members, holds weekly meetings on gun safety and handling, and sponsors outings at shooting ranges."

[Go SAS!]
 

Armed and Protective: Idea of Giving Airline Crews Weapons Takes Flight
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This piece aired on Nightline:
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"When the issue was first raised after the Sept. 11 attacks, President Bush seemed to think arming pilots was a bad idea. So did Norman Mineta, his transportation secretary. That was then."
 

UK: Football star says "You Won't Take Away My Guns"
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"RANGERS star Lorenzo Amoruso has revealed the anti-gun lobby will NEVER persuade him to give up shooting - the sport he loves."

"The Italian defender regularly goes out to bag game but insists he doesn't do it for laughs and eats EVERYTHING he kills."

"Amo, speaking in Mailsport Monthly, free inside today, said: "I do not hunt for fun or to win trophies to display in my house. I hunt because I enjoy eating the game and it is healthy food."
 

OH: Recently fired cop accused of killing his wife is shot, caught in standoff
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"A recently fired police officer suspected of killing his wife stole a sheriff's SUV, then kept troopers at bay on an interstate for 4 1/2 hours Friday, authorities said. The standoff ended when the former Youngs-town resident fled into woods and was critically wounded after being shot three times."

"Harton's wife, Elizabeth, 27, was found dead in their Columbus home. He had called his former wife in California early Friday and told her he shot his wife, Franklin County Sheriff Jim Karnes said. The ex-wife then a-lerted police."
 

LA: Serial killer case has Baton Rouge seeing 'ghosts'
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"The fear festered for months: Women had disappeared in broad daylight, had vanished from home and from shaded trails --- and turned up dead. They were students and wives, improbable victims. It wasn't until last week that police gave the fright a name: A serial killer is loose."

"DNA evidence indicates the same man has killed at least three women in the last 10 months, and investigators are re-examining 30 other unsolved deaths to see whether those women were his victims. As the heat of summer presses this shadowy landscape of overgrown glades, a controlled panic has seized Baton Rouge, a city with more than 200,000 people."

"Women are buying guns faster than the hunting shops can stock them. Jogging paths are desolate. The easy interactions of these laid-back streets have been replaced by terse responses and lowered eyes."

KABA NOTE: The method of the murders linked to this same killer: strangulation, stabbing, slashed throat. An armed, trained and prepared woman can easily defeat these methods, with a well-placed bullet -- and it's nice seeing a pro-gun, pro-self-defense message coming out of the usually anti-gun Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
 

MD: State Senator's Defense of Efforts on Gun-Control Legislation Ricochets
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"State Sen. Timothy R. Ferguson (R-Carroll), a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and regular opponent of gun-control legislation, is facing criticism from an unlikely source: the NRA."

"Greg Costa, the NRA's lobbyist in Annapolis, said in an interview that Ferguson 'is trying to hoodwink the people in his district' with a letter sent to supporters."
 

NY: 83-yr-old U.S. Army Veteran claims police used excessive force over gun incident
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READ THIS FULL STORY AT THE WEBSITE!

"HALF AN hour after midnight, Arthur LaGrange - a frail 83-year-old man who'd grown increasingly fearful of drug dealers - slipped a clip [sic] into a handgun and walked to the front door of his apartment."

"To hear LaGrange tell it, what happened next has rendered his life 'miserable'."

"About 1:30 a.m. on June 29, 1999, LaGrange, now 86, says he was unnecessarily roughed up by a city police officer, busted for no good reason and had his apartment at the Fairview Gardens complex in Kingston indiscriminately ransacked."

"The U.S. Army veteran recently gave his account, for the first time publicly, of the events that led to his arrest on felony and misdemeanor charges, accusations that later were dismissed by an Ulster County grand jury."

"Where he would like to tell his story is in U.S. District Court in Albany, where a lawsuit has been filed charging unlawful arrest and imprisonment, use of excessive force and unlawful search and seizure, among other claims."
 

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