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NC: Would-be burglar shot, authorities say
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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Authorities in Johnston County say they caught a would-be burglar after his intended victim fired a pistol at a car speeding away from the victim's house early this morning. Randall Holmes, who lives on Buffalo Road north of Selma, was awakened about 2 a.m. by noises and looked out a window to see a man trying to break into his house through a door, according to the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office. Holmes grabbed his pistol, stepped outside and fired four shots at what he figured was the getaway car.
 

TX: Not playing around
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Trying to head off a tragedy before it occurs, Burleson city officials are considering an ordinance banning the public display of realistic-looking toy guns.

Burleson Police Chief Tom Cowan appeared before the Burleson City Council on Aug. 24 to discuss the sale of what are called facsimile firearms, or look-a-like toy weapons.
 

MD: Brady Campaign: Challengers Who Championed Gun Violence Prevention Elected to Maryland Senate
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Two "comeback kids" who championed gun violence prevention upset both the conventional wisdom and established opponents in Maryland yesterday. Incumbent Maryland State Senator John Giannetti was unseated by his Democratic primary opponent, former ambassador Jim Rosapepe, who pounded Giannetti for killing the state's assault rifle ban in a prior session of the legislature. And in an open race for another State Senate seat in Maryland, newcomer candidate Mike Lenett won easily over established state legislators by stressing his support from Sarah Brady.
 

Canada: Montreal shooting rampage kills student
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A man in a black trench coat and a mohawk haircut opened fire Wednesday at a downtown Montreal college, slaying a young woman and wounding at least 19 other people before police shot and killed him, witnesses and authorities said.
 

GA: Woman Arraigned for Stabbing Boyfriend in the Back
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A woman is behind bars for stabbing her boyfriend in the back and killing him. Natasha Glaspy made her first appearance in court today. Glaspy is charged with murdering Alvin Flowers in a home on Savannah's westside. The judge denied bond.

Savannah-Chatham police are calling this case a homicide, but witnesses say it was self-defense.
 

NC: Charges won't be filed in Milam death
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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The slaying of Matthew Milam Jr. by his younger brother last month appears to have been an act of self-defense, an assistant district attorney said Tuesday.

“We are undecided at this time whether to pursue charges but feel there is a good possibility that we won't,” Susan Thompson said in a telephone interview.

“There's evidence, very strong evidence, of a clear case of self-defense on the part of James Milam.”
 

OR: Nurses who fight, sheriffs who don't.
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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A 51-year-old ER nurse proved that the right to bear arms is indeed irrelevant...if you have a frickin' bear's arms. Susan Kuhnhausen , who The Oregonian reported was about 5-foot-7 and 260 pounds, strangled a 5-foot-9, 180-pound intruder in self-defense last Wednesday after she found the man in her Southeast Portland home.
 

CT: Mayor: Outcry killed gun law
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Mayor Joseph Jaskiewicz said the controversial gun ordinance proposal was wellwritten, but the outcry against it did it in.

Town councilors voted unanimously Monday to remove the proposed gun ordinance from their agenda.

Jaskiewicz recommended pulling the proposal last month when a furor arose regarding the perception it was infringing on the right to bear arms.
 

TX: Kellerman: a call to disarm
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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A lot of people have been trying to add amendments to the constitution lately. They want a ban on gay marriage, on flag burning and a few others I won't mention here because they're almost as ridiculous as a ban on flag burning. However, since we're talking so much about adding, I think we need to take one away. Here it is: "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."
 

CA: Delhi guns connected to recent drug bust
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When hand guns and assault rifle were found near Delhi High School on Monday, police and parents feared the worst.

But on Wednesday, the Merced County Sheriff's Department confirmed those guns had nothing to do with the school or its students.
 

Thailand: Teachers in Thailand turn to guns
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CHULABHORN NAVAL BASE, Thailand (AP) -- "When you pull the trigger, you've got to keep steady," the instructor sternly told the elementary school teachers. "If your hand is shaking you can't shoot."
 

SD: Guns, games and more: Heritage
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For a few moments in time I relived an experience countless fathers have experienced over thousands of years. It was in my heritage, somewhere in my genes, to take up the bow an arrow, and now my son has shown that he has that heritage.
 

UK: Welsh stars call for arms trade controls
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The aim is to stop governments from authorising the supply of weapons when they know there is a danger those weapons will be used to carry out human rights abuses.

Former Stereophonics drummer Stuart Cable said, "In the last five years guns have killed more than a million people and today millions of innocent men, women and children around the world are living in fear of armed violence."
 

UT: Court: U of U can't ban guns
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SALT LAKE CITY -- The Utah Supreme Court on Friday struck down a ban on guns at the University of Utah, saying campus officials cannot adopt a policy that runs counter to state law.

The university will not immediately lift its ban, pending consideration of the matter in federal court, President Michael Young said.
 

NY: Brady Campaign: Candidates Supporting Common Sense Gun Laws Win Convincing Primary Victories
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In primary elections yesterday, candidates who strongly supported efforts to prevent gun violence were victorious. In two state Senate races in Maryland and in the primary contest for New York Attorney General, that lesson was exceptionally clear, said the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
 

NC: Self-defense shooting case handed to DA
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The case of a homeowner who shot and killed a suspected burglar in Waxhaw has been handed over to the Union County district attorney.

One piece of information, that's just been released, about the fatal shot could weigh heavily the DA’s decision to file charges against the homeowner.
 

UK: Police seize hundreds of guns from house
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HUNDREDS of firearms were seized from a suburban house yesterday, as part of an operation prompted by a spate of gang shootings.

Police officers discovered a cache of pump-action shotguns, automatic and semi-automatic weapons in the £250,000 semi-detached property, which is opposite a school. They also brought out thousands of rounds of live ammunition.
 

In search of coffee, tea or triacetone triperoxide
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And now you can't bring your cup of coffee on board the airplane. It's the latest new rule laid down by the nation's security wizards. Everyone knows it's ridiculous--the notion that you can toss together a few liquids and make an explosive is a fiction from late-night movies. You might as well prohibit bald men on the grounds that the evil Lex Luthor was bald and so was Blofeld, the head of S.P.E.C.T.R.E.
 

TN: National Rifle Association Endorses Bob Corker
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The National Rifle Association formally endorsed Republican U.S. Senate nominee Bob Corker in Tennessee’s U.S. Senate race on Tuesday. "The NRA is synonymous with defending the freedom of law-abiding Americans,” said Chris W. Cox, Chairman of NRA - PVF. “That is why we are pleased to endorse Bob Corker for U.S. Senate, because of his longstanding, steadfast and proven commitment to preserving our Second Amendment. We know he will protect the rights of law-abiding gun owners in Tennessee as a member of the United States Senate.”
 

NC: 3 Wake Deputies Resign Amid Assault Investigation
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Three undercover deputies accused of harassing and beating a preacher outside a Garner restaurant have resigned, Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison announced Wednesday afternoon.

The alleged incident happened outside Applebee's on Aug. 26. Robert Wise, of Garner, said he, his wife and 11-year-old daughter were leaving the restaurant when a man came up to their car window, yelling at them about taking up two parking spaces.

Wise said the man didn't identify himself as a law enforcement officer and tried to pull him out of the car. He said he was beaten, sprayed with pepper spray and handcuffed and needed to be taken to WakeMed for treatment.
 

Buy a Truck - Get a new Shotgun/Rifle
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The TV and radio ads are true: Buy a truck. Get a free gun.

A creative marketing campaign conjured up by Prestige Nissan General Sales Manager Dan Crumpler offers buyers of used or new Nissan SUVs or trucks in August a choice of a Remington 1187 shotgun or a Remington 700 rifle.

"We've given away five or six guns already," Crumpler said Monday at the Thomasville-based dealership. "The guns retail for about $699 each, so it's a good deal, especially with dove season starting Labor Day weekend and with deer season starting in early October."
 

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