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Going to Work? Leave Your Civil Rights at Home
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It was quite a surprise for Steve Bastible to find a pink slip waiting for him one morning when he arrived at work at the Weyerhaeuser paper mill in the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma. He'd been a good worker, hadn't been reprimanded or told he was in any trouble, but suddenly he was walking out the door. He wasn't alone, there were 11 other employees with him, including an even more surprised Jimmy Wyatt, a supervisor at the mill who had been working there 22 years with an exemplary record."

"... They'd come to work with a gun in their truck. In an unannounced enhancement of their gun-free workplace policy, one Monday morning Weyerhaeuser had security officers go through their parking lot with a gun sniffing dog to identify and search employee vehicles for firearms." ...
 

CCRKBA, SAF Support NRA Boycott of ConocoPhillips
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) and Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) will urge members and supporters, and other gun rights organizations, to join in the boycott of ConocoPhillips and subsidiaries Union 76 and Phillips 66 gas stations, and Kendall Motor Oil, announced Tuesday by the National Rifle Association."

"The boycott is in response to ConocoPhillips' federal lawsuit to block a new state law in Oklahoma that protects employees of companies who have firearms in their private vehicles, even when parked on company parking lots. That law was passed earlier this year after the Weyerhaeuser company fired several employees who had guns in their cars, apparently in preparation for an upcoming hunting season opener." ...
 

Democrats set up fake organizations to support gun control policies
Submitted by: Brian D. Kohl

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... "A Washington based PR Firm called DCS - Internet Advocacy Group that's used by a list of who's who in the Democrat party as well as the official PR firm for the Democrat leadership Council (DLC) that Sen. Hillary Clinton is the 'Chair' member as well as reportedly hand pick DCS to do ALL of the DLC PR work."

"DCS Has register a bogus 'Pro-Gun' sportsmen group in the attempt to make it appear as hunters and trap shooters are in favor of Assault weapon 'bans as well as other anti gun related issues." ...
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International group (IACOP) says officers should shoot suspect in the head
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"The International Association of Chiefs of Police, which represents the heads of police departments in the United States and across the world, has issued new guidelines saying that officers who confront a suicide bomber should shoot the suspect in the head." ...

"The police group's guidelines say the threat to officers does not have to be imminent,' as police training traditionally teaches. Officers do not have to wait until a suspected bomber makes a move, another traditional requirement for police to use deadly force. An officer just needs to have a 'reasonable basis' to believe that the suspect can detonate a bomb, the guidelines say." ...
 

Battle to Save the Gun Industry Moves to the House -- Rep. Musgrave working to remove anti-gun amendment (GOA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Last week, GOA alerted you to legislation passed in the Senate (S. 397) that will protect gun makers from frivolous lawsuits."

"Unfortunately, S. 397 passed with some unwanted baggage -- specifically, an amendment offered by Sen. Herb Kohl (D-WI) requiring gun dealers to include a 'lock-up-your-safety' device with every handgun sold."

"In addition to imposing a 'gun tax' on every handgun buyer, this amendment paves the way for future legislation mandating that gun owners use those trigger locks. Many gun owners don't use locking devices because they want instant protection during a moment of crisis. That should be their choice."

"So GOA is now working with Colorado Rep. Marilyn Musgrave (R) to get this obnoxious provision stripped out of the bill. ..." ...
 

FBI’s 'National Security Letters' Threaten Online Speech and Privacy
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"The Electronic Frontier Foundation, joined by several civil liberties organizations and online service providers, filed a friend-of-the-court brief yesterday in the case of Doe v. Gonzales arguing that National Security Letters (NSLs) are unconstitutional. NSLs are secret subpoenas for communications logs, issued directly by the FBI without any judicial oversight. These secret subpoenas allow the FBI to demand that online service providers produce records of where their customers go on the Web, as well as what they read and with whom they exchange email. The FBI can even issue NSLs for information about people who haven't committed any crimes."

"A federal district court has already found NSLs unconstitutional, and the government is now appealing the case. ..." ...
 

A big shield for National Rifle Association
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Last week, the Senate approved a bill that would make the average citizen less safe."

"The gun-industry immunity bill passed 65-31 by the Senate on Friday and virtually assured passage in the House would shield gun manufacturers and dealers from lawsuits by people hurt by firearms."

KABA Note: That is immunity for people injured by the criminal actions of a third party.

"At a time when the country is on perpetual high alert because of the terrorist threat, the bill is dangerous for any number of reasons." ...
 

OK: Action Would Hurt Stores, Owners Say
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The National Rifle Association's boycott on Conoco- and Phillips 66-branded gasoline stations will harm local business owners far more than the corporation officially targeted, Oklahoma gasoline station owners said Tuesday."

"The NRA has called for a boycott of companies that do not allow workers to keep firearms in the cars they park at work." ...
 

LA: Addis man critical after being shot [in self-defense] by ex-girlfriend
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A domestic dispute in Addis over a couple's recent break-up landed one man in the hospital early this morning. The dispute came to a violent end when a woman shot her ex-boyfriend after he broke into her home."

"Dedrick Broussard, 35, was shot on the shoulder and is in critical condition. Chief Ricky Anderson of the Addis Police Department said it was a case of a bitter break-up that led to frequent threats. Anderson said the woman had bought the gun recently because she feared for her safety."

"According to police, Broussard sat on his ex-girlfriend's front doorstep, talking to her on a cell phone. She wouldn't let him inside, so he broke the door down. That's when shots were fired, and neighbor Angel Dix called 911." ...
 

FL: Man convicted of killing wife outside day care
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Seminole County jury Thursday convicted an Altamonte Springs man of following his estranged wife to the day-care center where she worked, then fatally shooting her." ...

"Ruthie Bratcher ... was shot Sept. 8, 2003, in the parking lot at Growing Angels Child Care Center ... She was its van driver and had just dropped off three children." ...

"Witnesses testified that a man in a red Mustang convertible pulled alongside the center's blue van, where Ruthie Bratcher was behind the wheel, reached out his window with a pistol and opened fire." ...

"A month before, Ruthie Bratcher persuaded a judge to grant her a domestic-violence injunction to protect her from her estranged husband. She said he had threatened to kill her." ...
 

NJ: Bear attacks sleeping camper on trail
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A bear bit a sleeping camper and tried to drag him away from a shelter along the Appalachian Trail at High Point State Park last month, state officials said Monday. The bear was killed Friday after becoming ensnared in a trap at the same campsite, officials said."

"The male camper, whose name has not been released, was sleeping with a group around 6:30 a.m. on July 13 at the Mashipacong Shelter when the bear bit him on the leg and attempted to drag both him and his sleeping bag, said Karen Hershey, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Environmental Protection."

"The bear left 'marks' on the camper, Hershey said, but would not release details of his injuries Monday." ...
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Submitter's Note: The antis successfully lobbied against a bear hunting season last fall. One of their arguments was that bears were peaceable unless 'provoked'.
 

VA: Oh Come On: Does Kaine Expect Anyone to Believe He Believes This Stuff?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Come November, Virginians will face a tough choice in the gubernatorial race: whether to vote for a pro-life, pro-gun tax-cutter who opposes homosexual adoption and who will enforce the death penalty - or the Republican, Jerry Kilgore."

"Or so at least Democrat Tim Kaine would have the public believe. The reality is somewhat different. ..." ...

"Kaine says he supports the Second Amendment and opposes further restrictions on gun ownership. Yet his infamous support for the Million Mom March shows his heart lies elsewhere: The March was not a demonstration in support of the gun-control status quo; it supported 'a passionate manifesto calling on the country to fundamentally change how guns are regarded and regulated' ..." ...
 

CO: Salazar hits mark on gun crime suits
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Whatever you might say about Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar, he's not predictable. If there's a pattern in his votes, we haven't found it yet. Unless it's how a Democrat should vote in a preponderantly Republican state."

"Last week, he joined the Senate's Republican majority in voting for a bill that would prohibit most civil lawsuits against firearms manufacturers and sellers. Gun control advocates and their trial-lawyer allies were unhappy with his vote. They would like the gun industry held financially responsible when its products are used in certain crimes." ...
 

OR: Forbidding handguns does not keep them off campus
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"According to Department of Public Safety (DPS) safety bulletins, there have been at least three cases of illegal handgun brandishing on or near campus in just more than one year. The incident in Klamath Hall on July 25 being the most recent. In April of this year, a man assaulted two students ... In June of last year there was an armed robbery between Bean Hall and Graduate Housing."

"When I filed my lawsuit against the Oregon University System in an attempt to lift an unjust and illegal rule prohibiting the carrying of licensed concealed handguns, the response was predictable. The OUS and University of Oregon administration brought out the standard line: They were concerned about student safety. ..." ...
 

VA: Public Hearing Tuesday in Nelson County, Virginia! (NRA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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On Tuesday, August 9, 2005, a public hearing will be held on a proposed Nelson County anti-gun noise ordinance that was tentatively passed by the Board of Supervisors at an "emergency" meeting held in late June. As it is currently proposed, this noise ordinance would negatively impact law-abiding hunters and sport shooters in Nelson County.

Please plan on attending the public hearing next Tuesday, August 9, and voice your opposition to the Board of Supervisors' direct attack on your fundamental rights and this misguided noise ordinance. The meeting will be held at the Nelson County Courthouse in Lovingston, and the public comment period will begin at 7:30 p.m. Please be sure to alert your fellow hunters, sportsmen, and Second Amendment supporters!
 

TX: Hearing Held For Officer On Assault Charges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A Lawton police officer appears in court this morning for pre-trial hearing on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Officer Anthony Aguilera pulled over T.J. Robinson in February. Aguilera claims Robinson tried to escape. During that traffic stop, Aguilera allegedly punched Robinson in the ribs, then shot him with a taser gun and pistol as Robinson was fleeing. Aguilera faces up to 10 years in prison if he is convicted.
 

CA: OC sheriff's reserve deputy arrested for allegedly pulling gun on group of golfers
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"An Orange County sheriff's reserve deputy was arrested after he allegedly showed his badge and pulled a gun on a group of golfers in Chino Hills over the weekend." ...

"The dispute started when (Sheriff Raymond) Yi's ball landed near the foursome playing ahead of him for the second time, the golfers said. Yi apparently was upset over the foursome's slow play and pulled out a gun..."

"The brothers said Yi approached them and then came back and flashed his badge. Yi asked that they get his ball and when they began driving away in a golf cart, they said Yi pulled his gun and yelled, 'Freeze' and 'I will kill you'" ...
 

IN: Veteran cop makes noisy exit when panel fires him
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Sgt. Phil Pardus didn’t go quietly."

"As the police commission completed its unanimous vote to fire the beleaguered 13-year veteran, Pardus stood, shook the nearby garbage can, slammed out the door and squealed his tires as he sped out of the parking lot."

"'In all my years as a citizen in this community, as a police officer and elected official, I’ve never seen a gentleman as out of control like I’ve seen Mr. Pardus,' Commissioner James Fleming said in his motion." ...

"... Pardus was charged with failing to turn in a handgun with an obliterated serial number." ...

"... Although the [BATFE] investigated the incident, no criminal charges were filed against Pardus." ...
 

IN: Judge backs chief’s bid to fire Gary police volunteer
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Results of a psychiatric evaluation will cost the Police Auxiliary Officer of the Year his volunteer job, his job at the Gary Housing Authority, and his final chance to become a full-time city police officer."

"A Lake County judge ruled in favor of Chief Garnett Watson, who dropped Anthony Neal from a list of police officer candidates after a psychologist’s report stated Neal was unfit for police work." ...

"The evaluation stated that Neal, who carried a pistol during his 2 1/2 years as an auxiliary officer, 'may have a problem with the use of deadly force and his deliberations to use deadly force,' said Police Department attorney Darnail Lyles." ...
 

Canada: Officer, woman injured when gun accidentally discharges
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A police officer and a woman suffered minor injuries Wednesday when a shotgun accidentally discharged during a call.

Police were called to a domestic dispute at 66th Street and 121st Avenue just after 10 a.m. and discovered a sawed-off shotgun in the home.

Det. Bill Clark says one officer tried to clear the weapon so that it could be placed in the police cruiser. But it accidentally discharged into the ground and the pellets bounced up from the pavement and hit the officer and a woman.

Both are being treated in hospital for minor injuries.

A man is in custody in connection with the original domestic dispute call.
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Submitter's Note: To our friends who believe that only the police should have guns: Firearms do not 'accidentally discharge' while being cleared if the user is careful, thoughtful and well-trained.
 

Thailand: Alleged killer cop surrenders
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Narcotics agent ... Manot Juerju, accused of shooting two people at point-blank range yesterday ... turned himself in this morning ...." ...

"Soon afterwards, Manot, also out of uniform, entered with Seksit. Col Sien said witnesses said both appeared to be drunk when they sat down." ...

"Sgt Panya heard the waitress’s account and approached the two men. Manot demanded to know who he was, so Panya produced his police ID card."

"Abruptly, Manot pulled out a 9mm pistol and Seksit pulled Sgt Panya’s arms behind his back. The pair then frogmarched the sergeant outside."

"There, Manot – bizarrely – held his gun beneath Seksit’s chin and fired, killing him instantly. He then turned his gun on Sgt Panya ..." ...
 

Israel: Israeli Extremist Kills Three on Bus
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"A 19-year-old Israeli soldier opened fire inside a bus Thursday, killing four Israeli Arabs in the deadliest attack on Arabs in Israel by a Jewish extremist since 1990. An angry crowd then killed the gunman."

"Thirteen people, including bus passengers and two policemen, were wounded in the shooting, which appeared linked to tensions over the upcoming Israeli pullout from the Gaza Strip and parts of the West Bank."

"The military identified the dead soldier as Pvt. Eden Natan-Zada ... Natan-Zada's father, Yitzhak, told The Associated Press his son ran away from his army unit several weeks ago after being told he would have to participate in the Gaza pullout." ...
 

Philippines: Deputy cop chief draws jail term for boss' slay
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"A deputy police station chief in Himamaylan City has been sentenced to a maximum of 13 years imprisonment for killing his superior officer outside their police station in 2000."

"But the court found SPO3 Henry Alojado Ferrer guilty of homicide and not murder for shooting Senior Insp. Reynaldo Larroza Ganadillo."

"Regional Trial Court Judge Henry Arles noted the absence of treachery and premeditation in reducing the charges from murder to homicide."

"The judge also took into consideration Ferrer’s surrender when he sentenced the accused to eight to 13 years imprisonment." ...
 

WI: Donations keep gun buyback going
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"Despite studies showing that gun buyback programs don't snare many crime guns, Milwaukee Ald. Michael McGee said he's confident his project is doing just that."

"'People say these projects aren't successful, but I would venture to say they are,' he said, explaining how parents have brought in guns they found under their children's mattresses."

"McGee announced a buyback last week and said it took in 102 guns in three days of collecting. Funded by private donations from businesses and churches, the program has paid $50 to $150 for each handgun or sawed-off shotgun. No long rifles or hunting shotguns are accepted." ...
 

MO: St. Louis replaces Columbus for NRA convention
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"After pulling out of Columbus, the National Rifle Association said Thursday it will hold its 2007 annual convention in St. Louis."

"The NRA said in May it would hold the 2007 convention in Columbus, but rescinded that decision July 18. The NRA cited Columbus' ban on certain kinds of assault weapons for its decision."

"The NRA is philosophically opposed the ban -- and said the ban would prevent some of the vendors at its convention from selling their wares." ...
 

MI: Local shooters earn national acclaim at Detroit Gun Club
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"On a sweltering, humid summer weekend with afternoon temperatures soaring into the low 90s, youth shotgunners lined up last week at the Detroit Gun Club in Walled Lake for the 2005 Scholastic Clay Target Program's (SCTP) National Skeet and Sporting Clays Championships." ...
 

PA: Sidorek claims third at national championships
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"Corey Sidorek of Beaumont recently cemented his position as one of the best young shooters in the county by claiming third place in the men's junior division of the USA Shooting National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo."

"Sidorek's performance also earned him eighth place in the overall men's division. Shooting a Beretta over and under shotgun, Sidorek competed in the double trap event." ...
 

NY: Army Announces 2005-06 Rifle Schedule
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A trip to Air Force for the President's Trophy showdown, six home matches, including powerhouse Alaska Fairbanks, highlight reigning NCAA champion Army's 2005-06 rifle schedule announced today by head coach Ron Wigger."

"The Black Knights are coming off a magical run last year that culminated with the program's first national championship. Five members of the rifle squad earned All-America accolades after helping Army post an 8-2 mark that included a perfect 6-0 league record en route to a first-place regular-season finish in the Great America Rifle Conference along with finishing runner-up at the conference championships." ...
 

Russia: Russia Defends Rights to Arms
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Russia plans to call in the support of the United Nations in its battle to regain leadership of the small arms market, a Foreign Ministry official said Wednesday."

"In a move to tackle unlicensed manufacturing of arms including its best selling Kalashnikov assault rifle, Russia wants to have its intellectual property rights on small arms recognized under a UN initiative against illicit trade in small weapons." ...
 

Norway: Bear shot, got 'too close'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Bears are an officially protected species in Norway, but another one was shot early Thursday after it got a little close for comfort in a town up north."

"This time it was in a residential area in the community of Pasvik, near Kirkenes, that a bear started sniffing around the garbage cans of a housing complex."

"It didn't take long before the bear was munching on the contents, and it kept coming back for more."

"Hans Møllebakken of the Østfinnmark Police District told news bureau NTB that several attempts were made to simply scare the bear off, but they were unsuccessful."

"'When that didn't work, the bear was shot at about 2am,' Mollebakken said." ...
 

UK: Binmen's new defence class
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"BINMEN are to be given lessons in self defence because of the increasing amount of violence they face on the job."

"The in-house team of refuse collectors at Fenland District Council are being offered the training to teach them how to deal with intimidation, threats and potential assaults."

"The council says it's part of a review of health and safety for front line workers."

"Pete Wools, the council's environmental services manager, said: 'We have appointed a new health and safety manager, and one of things we're looking at is violence at work training.'"

"'This is not kung fu on the streets, but training in how to deal with intimidation and violence.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: But if guns are effectively banned, why is there still 'intimidation and violence'?
 

UK: Student's Gun Crime
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A STUDENT found with a loaded and cocked shotgun after a tip-off was jailed for five years yesterday.

Mohammed Khan, 25, said he kept the double-barrelled sawn-off shotgun under his bed after being attacked.

But Judge Richard Bray told him: "There's absolutely no legitimate purpose for possessing such a weapon."

Police also uncovered a pistol, extra ammunition and cannabis in his room at University College Northampton's halls of residence.

At Northampton crown court, Khan admitted possessing a firearm.

 

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