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CCRKBA Calls for Federal Investigation, Accounting on New Orleans Gun Seizures
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Following low-key inquiries that were met with stony silence and official indifference, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) today is calling for a federal investigation into reports of gun seizures from law-abiding New Orleans residents, and is demanding that officials there immediately account for all confiscated firearms."

"CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb is also demanding that New Orleans police officials immediately stop the seizures, disclose where those firearms are being kept, how they are secured, the type and number of firearms involved, and how those guns will be promptly returned to their rightful owners, in the condition in which they were originally taken." ...
 

Second Amendment Foundation: Zogby Poll Shows Americans Favor Border Control Over Gun Control
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"By a three-to-one margin, American citizens think border control is far more important to national security and fighting crime than gun control, a nationwide Zogby survey has revealed."

"The survey, commissioned by the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), found that 70 percent of the respondents believe border control is more important, while only 23 percent favor more gun control. Seven percent of the respondents were undecided. The survey was conducted Sept. 6-7, by randomly contacting more than 1,150 households around the country. The margin of error is plus or minus 2.9 percent, Zogby said." ...
 

Guns should be the least of kids' worries
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Unsecured guns and kids can spell trouble - but not if you teach your children well."

"Some 1.7 million U.S. children live in homes where there are loaded, unlocked firearms, according to a study published the other day in the journal Pediatrics. That means 2.5 percent of American children live in risk. Oh, that's awful! What should we do?"

"Well, for starters, let's put things in perspective."

"Eighteen percent of U.S. children live in poverty. More than 5 percent live in extreme poverty."

"Eighty-five percent of children placed in automobile child safety seats are improperly secured. Fifty percent of children under age 14 killed in automobile wrecks weren't wearing seat belts or sitting in safety seats." ...
 

Buckeye Firearms Assoc.'s Jim Irvine to speak at Gun Rights Policy Conference (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"The Second Amendment Foundation will host their 20th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference September 23-25 in Los Angeles."

"Scheduled speakers include NRA’s President Sandra Froman, Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre and Director of Federal Affairs, Chuck Cunningham." ...

"Buckeye Firearms will be represented by Jim Irvine, who will be on a panel discussion regarding state's issues."

"Ohio items being watched by the rest of the country include our problems with local ordinances and judges not upholding the clear intent of the legislature as stated in HB12 ... and Ohio’s need for statewide preemption in firearm laws. Also in desperate need of fixing by our legislature is the 'plain sight' requirement for firearms in motor vehicles." ...
 

MN: Judge sides with churches on conceal-carry law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Minnesota churches deserve an exemption from a state law requiring them to either post a sign or verbally inform people that concealed handguns aren't allowed on their property, a judge has ruled."

"Hennepin County District Judge LaJune Thomas Lange granted two Twin Cities churches a temporary injunction Friday, the first legal blow to a 2005 law that was passed after an earlier version stumbled in the courts."

"'The 2005 Act impermissibly intrudes into the free exercise of religion by arbitrary definitions, which dictate restrictions on the use of church property for worship, childcare, parking and rental space,' Lange wrote." ...
 

OH: Your Ohio tax dollars can help pro-gun candidates (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"How would you like to donate $100.00 of Ohio's money to a pro-gun candidate? That's right, give $100.00 of Ohio's tax money to a pro-gun candidate's campaign."


"It is easy, it is legal, and Buckeye Firearms Association has just made it even easier."

"Ohio tax law gives individuals a tax credit of $50.00, and married couples a credit of $100.00 on their Ohio tax return for donations to candidates for statewide office. That means that you have a choice to make......either you can give that money to Ohio and Bob Taft to use to invest in coin collections, or you can give it to a pro-gun candidate and help them get elected. But you need to chose, because you are going to spend the money one of those two ways, whether you like it or not." ...
 

OH: Dems seeking pro-gun candidates to face DeWine (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"A story in the Cincinnati Enquirer offers increasing indications that Democrats have in mind to run a pro-gun candidate against anti-gun Republican Senator Mike DeWine in 2006."

"While one such potential rival, U.S. Rep Tim Ryan, announced that he has decided to seek a third term in Congress and will not oppose DeWine, Ryan says DeWine is vulnerable and suggested a fellow pro-gun Democrat: Iraq war veteran Paul Hackett." ...

"The chances of voters being able to vote pro-gun on either side of the ticket are becoming increasingly likely. This news speaks volumes about the power of pro-gun grassroots advocacy."
 

WI: Are legislation drafts public records?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager's assertion that two legislators have violated the state's public records law could upend the way legislators and lobbyists make law." ...

"Lautenschlager, a Democrat, filed a civil complaint last week against Zien and Rep. Scott Gunderson (R-Waterford) after they declined to give her office drafts of a bill that would allow citizens to carry concealed guns. They maintain the drafts can be kept confidential until they formally introduce the bill, but she says the two must make the drafts public because they have already shared an early version of the bill with gun advocates who helped write the legislation." ...
 

MI: Shooting to Kill
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Bills in the Michigan Legislature that would sanction fatal shootings of intruders into homes or occupied vehicles are unnecessary, imprudent and dangerous."

"Republican Reps. Tom Casperson of Escanaba and Rick Jones of Grand Ledge, who introduced the bills, said the legislation would prevent residents from having to worry about whether they are justified in using force to defend their families and property."

"That's nonsense. Shooting or killing someone should concern any reasonable person. A home or vehicle break-in does not necessarily endanger the life of the occupant. Nor does it absolve the owner, legally or morally, from making any decision other than shooting to kill." ...
 

FL: Police search for Blanche Ely High student after shot fired in class
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Classes at Blanche Ely High School in Pompano Beach were disrupted Monday morning when a gun brought in by a 15-year-old boy discharged."

"Here is what Broward Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Hugh Graf says happened at about 10:30 a.m ..."

"A freshman came into a classroom with a Glock 9-millimeter semiautomatic handgun either tucked into his waistband or stashed in one of the pockets of his pants. While the boy was in his seat, the gun discharged and the bullet ricocheted off the floor, went into a wall, traveled up the wall and lodged in the ceiling. The student got up and went into a bathroom, climbed onto a sink stashed the gun in a ceiling vent, and went back into the classroom." ...
 

New Orleans: Defenseless On the Bayou
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"In the nearly two weeks since Hurricane Katrina, the government of New Orleans has devolved from its traditional status as an elective kleptocracy into something far more dangerous: an anarcho-tyranny that refuses to protect the public from criminals while preventing people from protecting themselves."

"At the orders of New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, the New Orleans Police, the National Guard, the Oklahoma National Guard, and U.S. Marshals have begun breaking into homes at gunpoint, confiscating their lawfully-owned firearms, and evicting the residents. 'No one is allowed to be armed. We're going to take all the guns,' says P. Edwin Compass III, the superintendent of police." ...
 

LA: Police force citizens from their homes, shoots their dogs
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'All Our Visitors Bring Happiness,' reads the wrought iron sign on the front column of Albert Cousin’s 102-year-old Victorian house."

"Not Wednesday."

"Sheriff’s deputies in body armor and holding rifles came to try to force Cousin and other residents of St. Bernard Parish to get out of town." ...

"... cops in St. Bernard Parish made it clear Wednesday that they weren’t interested in taking no for an answer. Nor were they taking dogs they deemed too big or dangerous."

"That left forced evacuee Marie Miller on the verge of tears."

"'They shot our dogs!' Miller, a 54-year-old housewife, said of her mixed pit bulls, Angel and Hooch. She had gone inside to collect clothes and personal papers when she heard it." ...
 

New Orleans: Disaster Can’t Destroy Gun Rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"National Rifle Association (NRA) leader Wayne LaPierre slammed New Orleans authorities Monday for seizing legal firearms from lawful residents."

"'What we’ve seen in Louisiana - the breakdown of law and order in the aftermath of disaster - is exactly the kind of situation where the Second Amendment was intended to allow citizens to protect themselves,' LaPierre said." ...

"A Louisiana state statute allows the chief law enforcement officer to 'regulate possession' of firearms during declared emergencies. 'But regulate doesn’t mean confiscate,' said Chris W. Cox, the NRA’s chief lobbyist." ...
 

New Orleans: Armed militia protects its New Orleans neighborhood
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The Algiers Point militia put its armaments away Friday as Army troops patrolled the historic neighborhood across the Mississippi River from the French Quarter."

"But the band of neighbors who survived Hurricane Katrina and then fought off looters has not disarmed." ...

"'I'm a part of the militia,' said Boza. 'We were taking the law into our own hands, but I didn't kill anyone.'"

"She did quietly open her front door and fire a warning shot one night when she heard a loud group of young men approaching her house."

"About a week later, she said she finally saw a New Orleans policeman on her street and told him she had guns."

"'He told me, 'Honey, I don't blame you,' she said." ...
 

New Orleans: Door-to-door search in New Orleans
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Georgia National Guard started door-to-door searches Friday for survivors and bodies in the city's lower Ninth Ward, where some of the city's poorest residents suffered from some of the worst flooding ..." ...

"'Let's go help these people,' Capt. Jason Smith ... told a 25-soldier platoon ... 'We're not doing forced evacuations. We're helping those who want help.'" ...

"Forbidden to break down doors, Guard troops banged on doors and forcefully announced themselves. The 109th later joined volunteer agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, authorized by Washington to forcibly open doors. Drug agents used a crowbar and a black battering ram – 'the black key that opens all doors,' as one agent noted." ...
 

New Orleans: Occupying force faces uneasy task
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"The man in the white T-shirt was ready to flee the stench and the danger of his ruined neighborhood, but he wanted to evacuate on his own terms -- in his pickup and with his dog."

"A National Guard sergeant and two New York City police officers shook their heads. ..."

"The man, who declined to give his name, backed away. When, he asked, his voice tightening, would all the soldiers and police leave?"

"Such encounters between armed authorities and increasingly wary residents have become routine in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. What began as a frantic search, rescue and recovery effort has turned into the biggest armed occupation of a U.S. city since the Civil War." ...
 

New Orleans: Disaster official at NY symposium: Planners didn't anticipate gun problem after Katrina
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Emergency officials who prepared Louisiana's plan for responding to a major hurricane never guessed that one of their duties would be to protect aid workers from gunmen, one of the state's senior disaster officials said Monday."

"Speaking at a symposium in New York [the official] said he was caught off guard by the violence in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina."

"No disaster planner, he said, predicted that people would loot gun stores after the storm and shoot at police, rescue officials and helicopters."

"Jones said the flow of aid to the city was delayed because officials were not able to guarantee the safety of American Red Cross workers and other volunteers." ...
 

NH: Portsmouth police investigating accidental firing of gun at firing range
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police are investigating an incident in which a round of ammunition was accidentally discharged from an officer's gun at the police department's firing range."

"No one was hurt as a result of the firing, which occurred at about 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, according to Capt. David Ferland."

"'We are conducting an internal investigation as to the circumstances that surrounded it,' Ferland said. 'I'm not releasing the officer's name at this point.'"

"Ferland explained that shots are normally aimed at a target, and that the shot in question went in a 'direction not intended.' He said he did not know what the circumstances of the accidental shot were." ...
 

LA: Police briefs: Women's gun safety courses being offered (Last story)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Local authorities will hold two free gun safety courses for women this month."

"One will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 20 ... Handguns will be provided for shooting practice at the academy's gun range, police spokeswoman Kacee Hargrave said. Call the (318) 673-7170 to register or for more information."

"The other course is set to run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 22 and Sept. 23 and from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 24 at Caddo Correctional Center, Caddo sheriff's spokeswoman Cindy Chadwick said."

"That course will teach personal safety and how to shoot and safely clean a firearm. Participants also will receive individual instruction on the firing range from POST-certified deputies, Chadwick said." ...
 

OH: Police Officer Charged With OVI, Resisting Arrest
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Central Ohio law enforcement officer was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence and that's just the beginning of the troubles."

"Pickerington Police Detective Bryan Hartley was placed on administrative leave after allegedly driving drunk in Delaware. State troopers said they had to use a Taser gun on Hartley before he could be placed into custody ..."

"Hartley pleaded not guilty to seven charges Friday in Delaware County Municipal Court."

"He was charged with OVI, reckless operation, speeding and failure to yield at a red light and stop sign ..."

"Hartley was pulled over Labor Day weekend by three state troopers and was also charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest." ...
 

VA: Spotsy residents will need to duck if police firing range reopens
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"SEVERAL YEARS AGO, then-Sheriff T.C. Waddy approached me with a proposal for a modest shooting range on county land adjacent to my home. I was assured that the range would be used specifically for the training and practice of Spotsylvania County law enforcement personnel. The proposal included a plat showing the location of the site and detailed diagrams of its construction, and I willingly consented to it. The original project was rezoned, permitted, built, and activated, with the agreement of myself and other neighboring property owners."

"After Sheriff Waddy left office, the range morphed into a dangerous monster. The original range, as shown on the plat, was abandoned and a new range was constructed ..." ...
 

NY: Officer Accused of Killing Unarmed Immigrant is Granted Retrial
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The New York City policeman accused of shooting and killing an unarmed African immigrant has been granted his request to have his retrial heard by a judge without a jury.

REPORTER: Officer Bryan Conroy's lawyer, Stuart London, says a judge would be better able to maintain a dispassionate view of the facts then a jury.

LONDON: It is hard to control outside influences seeping into the jury room. I think jurors come into that position trying to be fair and doing the best they can, but I think in a highly charged case such as this it's difficult for them.

REPORTER: Conroy claims he fired in self defense. Jurors in his first trial were deadlocked, causing a mistrial.
 

Philippines: Policeman, pal nabbed for selling firearms
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"A SENIOR POLICE OFFICER AND his companion were arrested last Friday for selling high-powered firearms near Camp Crame in Quezon City."

"The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) identified the suspects as SPO3 Vicente Delfin, 52, of Unit 112, MB24, BCDA, Barangay Ususan Taguig and assigned to the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO); and Domin Lopez, 36, of No. 84, Road 2, West Crame, San Juan."

"NBI Reaction, Arrest and Interdiction Division (Raid) chief Ruel Lasala said they seized two 12-gauge shotguns, two .45 caliber pistols, an M-16 Armalite rifle, a 9 mm submachine gun, a silencer and several rounds of ammunition from the suspects during a buy-bust operation on 1st Avenue, Santolan Road, Quezon City." ...
 

NH: Pheasant hunters among targeted groups
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As I look forward to the hunting opportunities that await this fall, I am mindful of the well-financed anti-hunting groups that have an obsession with eliminating all hunting as we know it. They are using specific species as wedges to secure their goal."

"The first species targeted was the black bear. Maine, New Jersey and Virginia were the states involved. This process involved referendums and court actions. There is a battle royal going on in Michigan over the existing morning dove hunting season. The morning dove is the most hunted game bird in the country. ... Even though there are more than ample numbers in New Hampshire to support a dove season, it will never happen." ...
 

TX: Friends of the NRA plans banquet to help 4-H shooting sports
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"Take aim for dinner at 6 p.m. on Sept. 15."

"Come meet Robert Fuller and Jennifer Savidge, stars of television and movies and supporters of the National Rifle Association (NRA)."

"The Friends of the NRA are hosting its fourth fundraiser that Thursday, at the VFW Post No. 1922 on Grand Avenue." ...

"The format is simple-food, fun, family and fund-raising. Whether you are a hunter, competitive shooter or just an American, Friends of NRA events have something of interest for the entire family. Events include dinner followed by auctions and special drawings for unique and collectible merchandise. Attendees bid on items from the standard Friends of NRA merchandise package, as well as special products and services ..." ...
 

MD: Friends of NRA auction benefits local programs
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Cherry pies, rifles, pictures and a wine holder made from faux deer antlers were up for grabs Sunday at the sixth annual Mason-Dixon Friends of the National Rifle Association fundraiser."

"Willard Fritz and his wife, Maxine, of Keymar, Md., stood watching as those gathered at the Four Points Sheraton on Dual Highway bid everything from $15 for pies and dried beef to $250 for firearms. The couple held several raffle tickets between their fingers, but they didn't hold out hope they would take home the prize: a gun." ...
 

OK: Learning to shoot
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"More than 200 women from across the state gathered Saturday for the sixth annual Women's Fun Shoot at the Oklahoma City Gun Club, north of Arcadia. This event has been the nation's largest instructional shooting clinic for women since its inception."

"Many Edmond residents attended the event, most of whom were novice shooters. Many had never handled a firearm before. As the day went on, though, trepidation gave way to exhilaration, and cheers went up throughout the crowd when successful shots were made." ...
 

CO: Hitting his mark
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"When Eric Sundstrom takes aim at something, he usually hits it."

"His alma mater, the Citadel in Charleston, S.C., is now taking aim at him. In November, they will induct him into their Hall of Fame for the four years he spent on their rifle team from 1964 to 67."

"Sundstrom, a five-year resident of Eagle, was twice a member of national championship teams at the Citadel. He is the only person in the military school's history to be named a four-time All American."

"Sundstrom got the news from friends about his induction. 'It came as a huge surprise,' said Sundstrom, who was born in Marblehead, Mass." ...
 

FL: Gun range prepares for delayed grand opening
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The grand opening for the Lee County gun range is set for Dec. 3."

"Capt. Gene Sims of the Lee County Sheriff's Office said workers are putting the final touches on the new facility, which was originally scheduled to open in April."

"The range, which will be open to all law enforcement agencies and the public, will probably be in operation in October, well before the actual grand opening date, Sims said." ...
 

Canada: Burglar wakens senior
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"A brazen burglar told an elderly woman he was 'sorry, but just needed some money' before robbing her at knifepoint in her bedroom late Saturday night."

"The woman said she was sound asleep in bed in her southeast home about 11:30 p.m. Saturday when she awoke to find the light on and a man kneeling beside her bed, holding a knife."

"When he demanded cash, she pointed to her dresser."

"The thug took her purse from the dresser, brought it over to her bed and immediately left after she had handed him about $35." ...

"[Edmonton Police Service Sgt. Guy Kinney] said everyone is safe in their home until a bad guy decides to break in." ...
 

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