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CA: Tenant’s father allegedly brandishes weapon at landlord
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Several assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons were seized and a man was arrested following an altercation with his son’s landlord during which he allegedly threatened to kill the man while displaying a gun.
 

PA: Rally aims to curtail youth violence
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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A little more than a month after the fatal shooting of a Harrisburg teenager, the Stop the Violence, Back 2 School Rally yesterday at Camp Curtin Memorial United Methodist Church Park, stressed pleasant and safe environments for schoolchildren.
 

MA: Girls with guns
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Esther Erickson pressed her face against the stock of her shotgun, and put her finger on the trigger.

"Pull!" she yelled.

An orange clay target soared over the field in front of her.

Erickson fired, as her target hovered for an instant.

She hit it with apparent ease and it exploded into tiny fluorescent pieces, almost like a miniature fireworks display.
 

OH: Candidates push for sportsmen's votes
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Anglers, hunters and other outdoor sportsmen are a prime target for votes in this year's campaign for governor, with each major candidate saying Saturday that they would do their best to keep the state friendly toward them.

Republican Ken Blackwell and Democrat Ted Strickland were the featured speakers at the annual U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance banquet Saturday night. The private banquet was closed to media who do not specialize in outdoors coverage.
 

PA: Man sought in Duquesne hoops shootings
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PITTSBURGH - Five Duquesne basketball players were shot on campus early Sunday, leaving at least one critically injured, after some of them tried to calm a man who apparently had been disruptive at a dance, officials said.

Note: Another gun free zone
 

AL: Alabama guns in criminal hands across country
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Guns, bought easily and legally in Alabama and other states, are landing in the hands of criminals elsewhere, drawing the ire of leaders who have sued to stop the flow and pledged to fight what they say is a deadly export.

Alabama's role as a Top 10 supply state for "crime guns" - weapons purchased legally here but transferred illegally to others and sometimes used in crimes - is undisputed.
 

Canada: Gun control won't protect us from the losers
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Here he is again, the loser with a grudge and a gun slithering up from the basement of a middle-class home where he fermented his immaturity, anger and resentments to full and deadly potency "interacting" with like creatures on the Internet.
 

MS: New season, new guns
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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After a lost season, South Mississippians again have hunting in their sights.

When Hurricane Katrina slammed onto the Mississippi coastline, thousands of homes were damaged and destroyed by the tidal surge.

The storm changed lives and forced some people to completely rebuild.

More than a year later, South Mississippians are putting their lives back together and getting back into a normal routine.
 

Constitution still thrives, inspires
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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The world's oldest functioning national constitution turns 219 today.

On this date in 1787 the Constitutional Convention approved the U.S. Constitution and sent the document to the states for ratification. For more than two centuries it has served as the foundation of American law and a model for representative government around the world.
 

Kimveer Gill's weapons were registered, but it did not stop him from killing
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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I have to admit, I've been wrong about the gun registry in the past. I always thought that it should be scrapped, for the simple reason that criminals don't obey the law.

It turns out, however, that the registry is useless for another reason. Some criminals do obey the law, dutifully registering their guns before using them to slaughter people.
 

PA: Casey hunts for supporters
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Standing before a roomful of hunters Saturday, U.S. Senate candidate Bob Casey Jr. touted his pro-gun credentials, pledged to fight for clean air and water, and declared that he would be an independent voice in Washington.

It was a difficult sell for the Democrat, judging from the tough questioning he faced on issues as varied as the state legislative pay raise and the U.S. role in the United Nations.
 

KS: Enjoying our freedoms requires us to defend them
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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“To preserve the Constitution, we must be willing to make it work, to make it an active part of our lives. Each generation is charged with protecting and defending the Constitution in peace and in war.”
— U.S. Sen. Robert Byrd

Sen. Byrd saw where we were headed, and so with infinite wisdom owing to experience and foreboding, he devised a plan. He fathered Constitution Day, which by law became a day to commemorate the signing on Sept. 17, 1787.
 

DC: Residents Cash In Guns for Peace of Mind
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Francinina Jones grabbed her husband's long shotgun, the one he became attached to during years of hunting, and marched straight to the police station in Southeast D.C.

"I wanted the gun out of the house," said Jones, 55, who lives in Southeast and traded the firearm for a $50 payment from the city. "There's too much killing, all these young people have guns."
 

NY: Man eyed in brutal stab slay of his wife
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Bronx mother - carrying an order of protection against her estranged husband and a pamphlet for a self-defense class - was brutally stabbed to death just blocks from Wall St. yesterday, police sources said."

"Security cameras taped Karen Ann Allende's husband approaching her at 6:30 a.m. shortly before she was stabbed 10 times with a butcher knife - but did not record the slaying, police sources said." ...
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Submitter's Note: Too bad all she had was a piece of paper to protect herself with. If she'd had one of those "illegal guns" Mayor Mike is always ranting about, she might have had a chance.
 

CA: Berkeley cop charged with firing his gun outside his home
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(09-15) 10:59 PDT BERKELEY -- A Berkeley police officer has been charged with criminally discharging his firearm outside his San Francisco home last month, the third member of the department this year to be investigated for alleged misconduct, authorities said today.


Another officer is under internal investigation for allegedly stealing evidence. That officer, who has not been charged by Alameda County prosecutors, is the son of a Berkeley police captain, sources said.

The case comes after a third officer left the department earlier this year after a criminal investigation determined that he had stolen heroin and methamphetamine from the department's evidence locker and used the drugs himself
 

NM: City told to pay up or face shootings, police say
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LAS CRUCES, New Mexico (AP) -- Police warned Las Cruces residents that they've received two letters threatening random shootings if city leaders fail to hand over a "substantial" ransom.

Submintters note: One more reason to carry.
 

Congressional stage set for fight to restrict release of gun-tracing data
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Six of seven U.S. House members from Alabama support legislation to block the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives from publicly releasing information that traces guns back to where they originally were sold. The agency continues to share information with local law enforcement in specific criminal investigations but, beginning in 2003, Congress began chipping away at the disclosure requirements through amendments to the bill that funds the ATF. Alabama's congressional delegation, voicing concerns about Second Amendment rights and unfair attacks on the gun industry, largely has supported that effort.
 

AL: Kincaid denies he enlisted in mayors' anti-gun coalition
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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Birmingham mayor says he signed a statement of principles at a recent national conference to stand against gun violence. Counted among the 80-plus members of the Mayors Coalition Against Illegal Guns is Birmingham Mayor Bernard Kincaid. The coalition was organized in April by New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino. They wanted 50 members by year's end.
 

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