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Hastert Misleads on Assault-Weapons Ban, Backers Say (JTO)
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"House Speaker Dennis Hastert has erroneously stated that the Senate voted to defeat the federal assault-weapons ban, according to advocates who are working to get Congress to act to save the ban from extinction."

"The San Jose Mercury News reported Aug. 5 that despite the fact that the Senate voted 52-47 to extend the ban back in March, Hastert said in a National Public Radio interview this week that passage was unlikely because 'the Senate has defeated it already.' "

"The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence called Hastert's statement 'highly misleading.' "

"At the same time, however, Hastert said a bill to extend the ban 'might have a chance' in the House if brought to a vote..."
 

Guns and deep remorse in the land Down Under
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"In reality, Australia does have a 'statistical problem' with rising violent crime rates. So does Britain -- and both countries took unprecedented steps a few years back to not only regulate firearms, but to confiscate them. Australians spent at least half a billion dollars to collect and destroy hundreds of thousands of legally owned guns, and the result? No decrease in violent crime, armed robberies up by 166%."

"These disturbing trends have given a new weapon to the North American gun lobby, which also points to a dramatic drop in violent crime in the U.S. during the same period, as state after state -- 20 in the past two decades -- relaxed the rules for carrying concealed handguns for personal protection."
 

Thomas Sowell: The Left’s Vision
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"In Britain, for example, the right to defend yourself is being taken away in many ways. Gun control laws there have not only tightened restrictions on gun ownership -- with the murder rate rising as they do -- these laws ban anything that looks like a gun, especially if it is used in self-defense."

"Britons who have held burglars in their homes until the police arrived, by using toy pistols, have been arrested along with the burglars. To the collectivist mindset, independent self-help of any sort is a threat to their vision of the government as the sole source of protection and direction." ...

"The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has even advised that you are not to yell 'help' when you are attacked in a public place. You are to yell 'Call the police.' "

"Both self-defense and coming to the aid of others are lumped together as 'vigilante' actions. That mindset has made inroads into the American media as well."
 

Larry Elder: I Survived The Democratic National Convention
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"...Liberals frequently call John Ashcroft a 'fascist' -- Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo, the Patriot Act, etc. Yet the very same people want gun control. Why is this inconsistent?"

"The Second Amendment recognizes a right to 'keep and bear arms,' designed by the Founding Fathers to help prevent tyranny by government. If 'fascist' Ashcroft wishes to trample on the Constitution, does this not represent the very tyranny by government that so deeply concerned the Founding Fathers? Some leftists see a movement toward a police state -- the very thing the Founding Fathers wanted the Second Amendment and the armed citizenry to prevent -- yet the very leftists also want further gun control. Some leftists distrust the government as to the First Amendment and the Fourth Amendment, yet apparently feel sufficiently secure that we need not fear tyranny from this 'fascist' government."
 

Charles Cutter: A Second Shot at Gun Rights
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"The trend should be toward fewer laws, not more; toward greater freedom, not less. It’s quite clear that the gun laws in this country are excessive, confusing, contradictory and frequently ineffective. ..."

"Four: Those who disagree with us can’t be trusted. This belief is summed up by those who wrote that a federal licensing program would lead to 'legal bans and confiscations.' The underlying concern seems to be that 'honest debate' is futile, that behind any seemingly well-intentioned effort to define rights lurks the express desire to deny them. This is not to say that, in many instances, such suspicions are invalid; it is, however, to warn this is a dangerously divisive path for any nation to follow."
 

NY: Cop charged with shooting up S.I. strip club
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"One of New York's Finest was busted yesterday after peeling off 12 rounds from his service gun at a Staten Island strip club, cops said yesterday."

"No one was hurt when the veteran transit cop fired his Glock at Curve's lobby entrance after he got into a late-night argument as he left the club on July 28, sources said."

"Jonathan Lugo, 36, barely missed at least 50 customers and workers inside the Arthur Kill Road club, the sources told the Daily News."

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Another example of the fine, upstanding, responsible citizens who are more qualified and deserving to exercise their Second Amendment rights throughout the nation than you are.
 

SC: Ex-officer charged in assault on wife
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"A former Mount Pleasant police officer has been charged with assaulting his pregnant wife about a week after he resigned from the police department, according to Mount Pleasant officials." ...

"In a family court statement obtained by The Post and Courier, Marcia Nobles, who is about 16 weeks pregnant, said that about 7 a.m. July 23, her husband shoved her into a kitchen cabinet during an argument at their home, causing her to hurt her side. George Nobles then slapped her in the face, according to her statement." ...

"Marcia Nobles has filed for an order of protection from her husband with family court."
 

WI: Oshkosh police say 'Sorry' for trampling citizens' rights in door-to-door gun confiscations.
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"In what appears to be an admission of wrong-doing by the Oshkosh Police Department, Fox 11 WLUK (Green Bay) has reported that area resident Terry Wesner was offered an apology by the department."

"Police evacuated citizens from their homes within a quarantined area near Smith Elementary School Saturday night (July 17, 2004) to conduct a broad gun sweep of the neighborhood following the shooting of Oshkosh police officer Nate Gallagher."

"Residents reported returning home from area shelters -- where they were herded by police -- to find their guns gone." ...

"...police 'acknowledged a lack of proper procedure [in not obtaining a warrant].' "
 

UK: Family robbed by a 12 year old
Submitted by: Larry E. Bigham

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"A family whose shop in West Bromwich was raided by a 12-year-old boy brandishing a gun have been praised for their 'remarkable bravery' by a judge." ...

"CCTV footage revealed the boy burst into the store on 8 May with a scarf around his face and hood over his head."

"He told the shopkeeper, Jasbir Guliani, to fill a black plastic bag with cash."

"Mr Guliani said there was no money in the till and, on instruction to load the bag with cigarettes instead, told the boy he was underage."

"The retailer later offered him sweets and crisps instead."

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See how backwards the UK is? If you defend yourself, you are considered a criminal. But if you are terrorized by a teeny-bopper with an unloaded weapon and feed him candy and chips, you're a hero.
 

CA: Lawmakers look at how guns are stored
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"Some in the north state are giving a cool reception to legislation that would make it a misdemeanor to store guns where children could easily find them."

"The bill also would allow district attorneys to file either felony or misdemeanor charges for keeping firearms in the same place a child could find their ammunition." ...

"You're already civilly liable for anything you do, but now they want to make it criminal..."
 

Australia: 'Detective' steals guns
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A MAN posing as a detective tricked his way into a Perth home, tied up the owner and stole six guns.

A WA police spokesman said a well-dressed man aged in his 30s knocked on the door of the home in North Hopeland.

He identified himself as a detective from Mandurah police station, but when he was let in he pulled out a handgun.

He then forced the owner to open a gun safe and took five handguns, a 12-gauge shotgun and ammunition.
 

MO: Gun Owners Shot Down Missouri Gov's Reelection Bid
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"Missouri Gov. Bob Holden, a Democrat, is one of the few sitting governors ever to lose a primary election. But Holden should have seen it coming because of his anti-gun stand, a Second Amendment group said on Wednesday."

"Holden's defeat should serve as an object lesson for other politicians who place political correctness ahead of the personal safety of their constituents, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) said in a press release."
 

Australia: Shock, horror at sight of aimed gun
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"A SEBASTOPOL pharmacist has told of his 'shock horror' at having a gun pointed at his chest while working at his Albert St pharmacy."

"Pharmacist John Frangakis told a County Court jury yesterday he had never seen a gun before a man entered his pharmacy, pointed a firearm at his chest and demanded prescription drugs on August 19, 2003."

"Mr Frangakis said the man was about a metre away from him when he pulled out the gun, later identified to be an imitation, from beneath his jacket."
 

Kenya: Police Seeks Tougher Laws On Firearms
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"The police commissioner is pushing for tougher gun laws."

"Major General Mohammed Hussein Ali called for stiffer jail sentences for illegal possession of firearms, similar to those for narcotics."

" 'The Government is considering an amendment to the Firearms Act and recommends stiffer custodial sentences (like those under) Narcotics Act for firearm offenders. We recommend a 10-year sentence,' said the police chief yesterday."

"He noted that although crime had declined generally, hijacking of commuter minibuses [matatus] had increased over the past three months due to an influx of illegal firearms into the country."

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Got that? The existence of guns causes hijackings!
 

UK: Orwell would be proud
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ORIGINAL TITLE: Fireworks - Anti-Social Crackdown Begins

"Tomorrow, the Government is attempting to enforce a strict new curfew, which bans letting off fireworks between 11pm – 7am, with maximum £5,000 fine and six months in jail."

"Exceptions have been made for special occasions such as New Year, Diwali and the Chinese New Year which have until 1am. But traditional November 5 bonfire displays must be over by midnight."

"Shops are also banned from selling fireworks louder than 120 decibels, and a licence from the council is needed to sell them all-year, it will be an offence for under-18s to have them in a public place."
 

ME: Mother urges raise in gun buying age
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Note the absurdity of this woman's thinking. Not only does she advocate the disarming of legal adults, who are old enough to die for their country in combat, but she seems to think that a person intent on committing suicide will not find another way if a firearm is unavailable.

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"The mother of a Maine National Guard soldier who used a shotgun to kill himself at age 18 is pressing state lawmakers to raise the minimum age for buying shotguns to 21."

"Catherine Crowley says she will do whatever it takes to open people's eyes to Maine laws that allow 18-year-olds to buy shotguns without a waiting period."

"Her son Laurier "Larry" Belanger Jr. shot himself on May 21 with a gun he had bought two days earlier."
 

MI: Man going to trial for allegedly sexually assaulting his estranged wife
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"A man who prompted an Amber Alert after police were told he kidnapped his estranged wife and kids now faces trial on sexual assault charges."

"Brinkley Black waived his preliminary hearing on four counts of criminal sexual conduct."

"His case will now be sent to circuit court on those charges."

"Police say the sexual assault charges are a result of past incidents with his estranged wife who had a restraining order against him."

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Another victim of paper protection.
 

MI: Man to stand trial in wife's death
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"A man who admitted in a Press interview to killing his estranged wife with a hatchet and knife was ordered Thursday to stand trial."

"Randall Abbott, 44, will be tried in Kent County Circuit Court on a charge of first-degree murder in the April 2 slaying of Julie Abbott in her Gaines Township home." ...

"Julie Abbott, 40, filed for divorce in April 2003, saying that violence marred their four-year marriage. Several months after she filed, Randall Abbott beat her in her front yard, leading her to file for a personal protection order."

"Abbott also has a history of violence. He served 12 years in an Indiana prison for stabbing his high school sweetheart's husband 27 times."

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Another protection order that did nothing to protect the victim.
 

UK: Armed robbers stage daring rush-hour raid
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"ARMED robbers escaped with a load of luxury electrical goods after hijacking a truck in a daring rush-hour heist."

"The three-man gang kidnapped the driver at gunpoint and locked him in the boot of a car as they plundered £45,000-worth of hi-fis and TVs. And police have warned they may strike again."

"The robbers pounced as the 7.5-tonne vehicle made its way along the Brighton Road towards Croydon in slow-moving traffic."
 

Australia: Replica gun but no empty threat
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"IT'S made out of scrap cardboard and silver foil – but this replica handgun was realistic enough to stun prison officers who discovered it in the cell of a man awaiting trial on armed robbery charges."

"The replica, which was found by officers at Parramatta Jail on July 13, belonged to one of 4800 inmates caught in possession of banned items in NSW jails over the past six months."

"As punishment the prisoner was confined to his cell for three days before being transferred to a maximum security prison."
 

UK: Robbers strike at bookies
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"TWO bandits stormed into a betting shop and threatened staff with a pistol before escaping with the contents of the tills. The robbery happened on Tuesday at 12.30pm at Tote Bookmakers in Friary Road, Peckham. One of the men had the gun partially concealed in a sock in his waistband."

 

Jamaica: Gun, ammo found in DVD player
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"THREE men were arrested Wednesday after officers from the Area One Police in Montego Bay and the Jamaica Customs' Contraband Enforcement Team (CET) seized a Taurus semi-automatic pistol and 100 rounds of ammunition that arrived through a FedEx shipment at the Sangster International Airport."

"One of the men was the consignee, police said."
 

UK: More proof that the British government doesn't value life or property
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"A farmer has been arrested after allegedly shooting an intruder he found on his property. The injured man is now under police guard in hospital. Lucy Kite reports."

"The shooting happened here at Keys farm in Ockbrook near Derby. Around 6o' clock this morning. The farmer, a 73 year old man discovered an intruder apparently trying to break in to his garage and called the police. As the burglar fled the farmer fired a shot gun."

"...Detectives say the farmer had been burgled on two other occasions in the past three weeks."
 

NC: Feeling Safe at the University
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"Recently, two female student murders at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington by suspect student killers, who lied about their criminal records, have raised questions about campus security policy. Hiding behind ivy covered walls are people and policies with questionable abilities to handle the problem."

"UNC administrators, busy collecting more money and student bodies, may have dropped the ball on protecting students from serious harm by their peers. They craft policies and penalties for students speaking their minds, but having a criminal record has not been on campus policy screens..." ...

"The National Rifle Association offers a self protection program called Refuse To Be A Victim, and North Carolina has a right-to-carry firearms law. Women, especially, benefit from these self-defense opportunities. But they won’t hear about them at the university."
 

UK: Armed robbers stage daring rush-hour raid
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"ARMED robbers escaped with a load of luxury electrical goods after hijacking a truck in a daring rush-hour heist."

"The three-man gang kidnapped the driver at gunpoint and locked him in the boot of a car as they plundered £45,000-worth of hi-fis and TVs. And police have warned they may strike again."

"The robbers pounced as the 7.5-tonne vehicle made its way along the Brighton Road towards Croydon in slow-moving traffic."

"As it crawled past the junction with Stoats Nest Road, in Coulsdon, a robber armed with a pistol casually opened the passenger door and climbed in."
 

Central America: Gunning Down the Firearms
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"More than 1.6 million firearms are in the hands of Central Americans who are dying and killing daily under the law of the gun."

" 'Our proposal is to design a Central American programme, which would also include Mexico and Colombia, to close the frontiers to firearms and restrict their use,' Carmen Rosa de León, director of the non-governmental Institute for Teaching Sustainable Development (IEPADES), of Guatemala, told IPS."

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GREAT idea! Let's see how many gang members and criminals turn in their guns or register their weapons legally, shall we?
 

CO: Letter to Governor Owens Regarding Rick Stanley
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"I am an independent journalist in Pennsylvania and have written quite a few articles pertaining to the U.S. Constitution - and Mr. Stanley - over the last few years. It is my understanding that the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution applies to ALL citizens in America as our founding fathers intended. This has been validated by John Ashcroft, so I see no need to debate this point with anyone, including yourself. I find it incredible that not one member of the Colorado legislature has taken issue with the crimes being committed against Mr. Stanley, an upstanding citizen of your fine state and a solid, respectable, law-abiding individual who dared to commit the unconscionable crime of defending the Supreme Law of the Land, which we all know supersedes the Constitution of the State of Colorado or any local ordinances that come into conflict with it."

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Poster's Note: I asked Ms Guliani if she expected an answer from Gov. Owens. She more than likely will get a visit from the FBI instead.
 

NM: Libertarian candidate: 'We are for liberty'
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"Libertarian Party presidential candidate Michael Badnarik said Thursday that his organization plans a campaign in New Mexico that he hopes will draw national attention to the party." ...

" 'We are not liberals. We are for liberty,' Badnarik said. 'Unfortunately, most of what our government does is unconstitutional, such as the nation's 20,000 gun laws. If you have a right, you don't need a permit. (And) the Patriot Act is the most egregiously unconstitutional piece of paper to come out of Congress since the Alien and Sedition Acts.' "

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How many Republicans and Democrats do you hear proudly confirming this fact?
 

UK: Man in jobcentre gun claim
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"AN ARMED response unit was called to the jobcentre, opposite Hounslow Police Station, after a man walked in and threatened staff, saying he had a gun, writes Emily Manson."

"The incident happened on Tuesday, at around 3pm, in Montague Road."

"However, because the man was claiming to have a gun, the police were powerless to deal with the situation, and an armed response unit was called."
 

Philippines: Journalists in harm’s way can apply for guns
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"Journalists who face risks related to their profession will be allowed to carry guns, the Philippine National Police said Friday."

"The PNP chief, Director General Hermogenes Ebdane Jr., issued a directive allowing journalists to bear arms following the murder Thursday of the newspaper columnist and radio broadcaster, Arnell Manalo, in Bauan, Ba­tangas."

"Manalo was the second journalist killed in five days and the fifth since January."
 

UK: Young Offenders' Chief Jailed for Gun Running
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"A young offenders’ supervisor who used his badge of authority to mask the fact that he was gun running was jailed for eight years today."

"Mark Smith, 31, was caught red handed with three semi-automatic firearms after he was stopped by ‘armed police."

"He was wearing a badge on his shirt which gave his job title to put police off the scent, said Mark Gadsden, prosecuting, told the Old Bailey."
 

Australia: Gun found after threat
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"A WOOMARGAMA man had threatened to kill his estranged wife and her boyfriend before police found a sawn-off shotgun in his vehicle and arrested him, Albury Court was told yesterday."

"Soon after police arrested Michael Patrick Kelly, they found a large amount of amphetamine in his vehicle."

"Kelly, 45, of Edward St, Woomargama, pleaded guilty yesterday to charges of assault, possessing a shortened firearm, possessing ammunition without holding a licence, possessing a prohibited drug and supplying a prohibited drug."
 

NV: Pistol packing senior citizens
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"Some arrive at the indoor shooting range in wheelchairs. Others use walkers. A few are missing limbs lost in previous wars."

"They call themselves the 'Senior Militia,' a group of about 20 gunslingers mostly in their 60s who meet twice weekly to shoot the breeze - and their guns."

"They are vigilant about their standing date for target practice because they think that off the range they are the targets."

" 'Old people tell me they feel like sheep, because they're so helpless,' said John McCormack, 80, unofficial president of the group."

"McCormack and other members of the group are part of a growing population of Americans older than 65 who are the most likely of all age groups to own guns."
 

UK: Police hunt city bank gun robbery attempt duo
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"Police were last night looking for two armed gunmen who tried to blast their way into a Birmingham bank as security guards were filling up its cash machines."

"Two men armed with handguns fired one shot at the glass door of the Abbey bank in Kings Heath High Street at 3.23am."

"Detectives are now looking at possible links with other armed robberies across the city including the raid on the Nationwide Building Society in February during which 28-year-old Walsall student Joseph Nwabuko was shot dead."
 

Chechnya: No, no one NEEDS "assault" weapons, right?
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"The wife of a Justice Ministry official killed four gunmen who attacked her home in the settlement of Shali in Chechnya and who killed her husband, the press centre of the regional operational headquarters controlling the counter-terrorism operation in the North Caucasus told Itar-Tass on Friday."

"Four bandits wearing masks and camouflage uniform attacked the house of the family of Justice Ministry official Ramzan Asukhanov at night. The bandits killed Asukhanov and attempted to drive away the VAZ car that was near the house."

"Asukhanov's wife took her husband's submachine gun he had as an official and opened fire on the bandits."
 

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