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Self-defense expert promotes guns for women
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Paxton Quigley, the New York City-based authority on women’s self-defense, will be speaking about the importance of women owning guns at the 25th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference taking place at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport hotel this weekend."

"Why is it important for women to know how to shoot? Women unfortunately are victims, and we’re targeted because in many cases we don't know how to fight well or we are unprepared to fight. A gun can be a great deterrent and a mighty ally for a woman." ...
 

Gun Rights on Gun Talk
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Tom talks gun rights live from the Gun Rights Policy Conference this Sunday on Tom Gresham's Gun Talk (R) Radio, the only nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports."

"Tom will be interviewing speakers and attendees at the 25th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference this week, hosted by the [SAF] and the [CCRKBA]."

"GRPC is a free, three-day conference that focuses on all facets of gun rights – past, present and future – to determine and plan out the next steps within the gun rights communities. Speakers at this year's conference include Alan Gottlieb, Alan Gura, former congressman Bob Barr, Joseph Tartaro, John Lott, Massad Ayoob, Larry Pratt, Jeff Knox, Gene Hoffman, Dave Workman, Alan Korwin and many more!" ...
 

Transgender Republican Gun Advocate To Speak At San Francisco Gun Conference
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"San Franciscans probably have their ideas about the sort of folks who will descend on the Hyatt Regency airport hotel this weekend for the Second Amendment Foundation's gun rights conference: white, Tea Partyish, Red State-y, straight."

"Then here comes panelist Nicki Stallard to blow your stereotypes to pieces. ... Stallard is transgender, she's a registered Republican, and she's the proud owner of an arsenal (she prefers the term 'collection') of rifles, shotguns, and handguns. She's a coordinator with the San Jose chapter of Pink Pistols, a national pro-gun LGBT organization, and she says she likes to have guns but hopes to never have to use them: 'I have a nasty thing called a conscience so I would feel awful if I smoked somebody.'" ...
 

Should EMTs be required to put themselves in the line of fire?
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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... "What? There's still a shooter on the loose, police have not secured the area, and Stokes expects emergency medical technicians to put themselves in harm's way, potentially increasing target opportunities and the number of victims to include themselves?" ...

"Apparently...uh...yeah."
 

Jackson, MS City Councilman Kenneth Stokes…
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"… is an idiot."

"Councilman Stokes is criticizing American Medical Response for not rushing into a shooting scene last Friday without police backup. The victim, Lee Joseph Martin, waited nearly 21 minutes before police arrived to secure the scene before AMR medics could enter." ...

"Instead of grandstanding for your constituents and holding press conferences where you can shoot your mouth off about things you know nothing about, why not use your position to push for something that might have made a difference in this case – like more cops on the streets?"

"Because you know, if I were one of your constituents, I’d be monumentally pissed that it took twenty-three freakin’ minutes to get a cop to a shooting scene." ...
 

You & The Police
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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FULL TEXT BELOW:

Watch both videos (part I above; they're also permanently posted on the WRSA left margin under "Practical Resources"):

Never Ever Talk To The Police - Part I

Never Ever Talk To The Police - Part II

Then pass them on, while you practice saying "I want my lawyer" - and absolutely nothing more.

The forty-five minutes spent watching these vids, along with 15 minutes of practice 3X/week, is the smartest time you'll spend this weekend.
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Submitter's Note: Yes this is an older story, but it never hurts to reinforce the basics.
 

Home is Where the Gun Is
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I had a phone call with a member of our armed intelligentsia. Turns out he's more intelligent than armed, and maybe not so intelligent either. The TTAG reader has a pocket-carry Smith & Wesson revolver for home defense and . . . that's it. He keeps the Smith in a bedroom safe. I told him flat out: if you're attacked in your home, you're dead. Not only are you bullet deficient, but you'll never get to that safe in time. And if you do, you'll never be able to open it. And if you do, you'll have spent too much time with your back to the bad guy. It's home carry or nothing. Literally . . ." ...
 

Mossberg Unveils $276 "Tactical .22"
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mossberg's unveiled its entry into the tactical .22 market with a product cleverly called the Tactical .22. From the press release:"
"Mossberg International introduces the Tactical .22–an alternative firearm for those shooters and enthusiasts who want the look and feel of an AR-style .22 rimfire with an affordable price."
"Mossberg knows its target market: price-driven firearms buyers. It's a bit surprising that they're so late to the AR-style .22 game. Even slow-mo Smith & Wesson’s tapped the AR gestalt with the M&P15-22. The Smith clocks in at around $500 – $600 bucks. The Mossie costs roughly half the price. Right answer . . ." ...
 

Praxis: IFF -- Identification, Friend or Foe
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Uniforms were first developed so the troops on one side could easily identify who to kill and who not to kill. Unfortunately, especially in low light, many uniforms look the same." ...

"During the Operation Torch landings in North Africa (1942) a flag armband made of oilcloth was issued to all assaulting troops. ... These were useful when troops were fighting before front lines were established, but the individual soldiers usually discarded them soon after as they were easy for an enemy to spot as well."

"Today's military of course have sophisticated ... electronics to keep track of friendlies, but modern versions of 'Mad Anthony's' hats with white paper in them can be found in the 'cat's eyes' helmet cover band." ...
 

Boston Mayor: I'd 'slowly torture' slay suspects
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Boston Mayor Thomas Menino said Thursday that he regrets telling a group of college students he would 'slowly torture' three suspects accused of robbing and killing a pizza delivery driver."

"The Boston Globe reported that Menino was talking to Emerson College students last week when an audience member asked about a death penalty punishment for the suspects in the Sept. 2 stabbing death of 58-year-old Richel Nova. Nova's daughters worked in Menino's City Hall office, the report said." ...
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H/t to David Codrea who notes that it's no wonder Mayor Merino is a founding member of Mayors Against Illegal [i.e. Your] Guns; "He must think we're like him."
 

KY: NRA gives Reynolds, Wilson high ratings
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association has given both candidates for the 32nd District state Senate seat high marks."

"Sen. Mike Reynolds, D-Bowling Green, received an A rating and endorsement. Republican Mike Wilson received an A-plus rating."

"Ratings are based on answers to an NRA questionnaire." ...
 

OH: Middletown festival to get visit from governor, running mate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gov. Ted Strickland and Yvette McGee Brown, a candidate for lieutenant governor, will visit the Middletown Fall Festival on Sunday, Sept. 26, as part of their 'Fight for Ohio' bus tour."

"The Democratic gubernatorial candidates plan to be at the Middletown Sportsmen's Club ... at 2 p.m."

"... [Governor] Strickland is expected to speak about 15 minutes."

"'The governor will talk to folks about his record, supporting sportsmen and the Second Amendment,' Kolodziej said."

"'The governor grew up in rural area (Lucasville, Ohio),' she continued. 'For many folks in southeastern Ohio, the Second Amendment (the right to keep and bear arms) is a very valuable right and something the governor has always supported.'" ...
 

VT: An alternative to Sorrell as attorney general
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Bill Sorrell is not only weak on crime, and runs roughshod over the Constitution, he is the epitome of the career politician which screams for term limits. Karen Kerin, on the other hand, is a breath of fresh air who understands the Constitution, in fact, that of

"Karen Kerin is a backer of the Second Amendment and our right to self-protection."

"I urge you to join me in retiring Bill Sorrell, and in electing Karen Kerin to the Vermont attorney general post."
 

MO: Legislators tout bipartisan work
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Data center legislation, the protection of University of Missouri funding and the state’s tobacco tax were among the issues debated yesterday at a political candidate forum hosted by the Columbia Chamber of Commerce government affairs committee."

"Four incumbent members of Boone County's legislative delegation said it was imperative to keep the bipartisan group intact to produce the best results for Columbia and Boone County." ...

"The delegation of cooperative politicians is losing one member to term limits. Republican John Cauthorn ... and Democrat Kelly Schultz are campaigning to replace Steve Hobbs ..."

"... Cauthorn said he is a conservative and supports the Second Amendment and the sanctity of human life." ...
 

CA: Five questions for the sheriff candidates
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Following brief introductions Wednesday night, Siskiyou County sheriff candidates Jim Betts and Jon Lopey answered questions during a forum ..." ...

"5. What is your stance on second amendment issues and concealed weapons permits?"

"L: 'I am a strong proponent of concealed weapons permits. My goal is to enhance the permit process."

"... citizens who pass training and background checks should be able to protect themselves and help keep the crime rate low, Lopey said."

"B: 'I am a strong proponent of the Second Amendment. Firearms are part of the culture here in Siskiyou County.'"

"Betts said the law is great as it is and it works, so the department should support any way to make it better." ...
 

Mass shooting an excuse for anti-gun hostility…and speaking of which…
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Anti-gun hostility seems to have intensified since the Supreme Court's 2008 Heller ruling — affirming that the Second Amendment protects an individual civil right — and this year's ruling in McDonald ..."

"This hostility takes many forms, and one of the more insidious appears to be happening right now in Madison, Wisconsin, where authorities have charged five men with disorderly conduct because they were openly carrying sidearms at a restaurant. According to State Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, that's perfectly legal, and since Wisconsin is one of two states holding out on the adoption of a concealed carry statute, it is essentially the only way for a law-abiding citizen to legally carry a firearm ..." ...
 

Wisconsin Carry Fast-Tracking Lawsuit Against Madison Police Department
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... "Wisconsin Carry fully expected that on Monday morning, those with an education in the law would return to their office from the weekend and promptly recognize the error made by the officers on the scene."

"Madison Police DID recognize their error and rescinded the tickets for obstruction that were issued to 2 of our members. ... Madison Police then issued Disorderly Conduct citations to ALL 5 of our members. ... Wisconsin's Attorney General CLEARLY stated in a memo in April of 2009 that open-carry IS NOT disorderly conduct." ...

"As such, Wisconsin Carry will be fast-tracking a federal lawsuit against the Madison Police Department for this policy which is a blatant and defenseless violation of the rights of law-abiding citizens who are doing nothing wrong." ...
 

Defenders of constitutional freedom choose their Waterloo ... at Culver's?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"For the five pistol-packing patrons at a Madison Culver's last Saturday, the debate central to any civilized society wasn't so much about guns and butter as it was about guns and butter burgers."

"Unfortunately for them, the debate was cut short when two of their party ... were initially cited for obstruction after refusing to give Madison police their IDs." ...

"I'm not disputing the men's right to openly carry firearms. ... [T]he state's top lawyer, attorney general J.B. Van Hollen, has already issued an advisory memo saying the state constitution sanctions it under many circumstances."

"Rather, Culver's seems like an odd choice for the armed diners. ..." ...
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Submitter's note: San Ysidro CA, McDonald's, Killeen TX, Luby's, San Bernadino CA, Del Taco, West Palm Beach FL, Wendy's, Paterson NJ, New York Fried Chicken . . . shall I continue?
 

WA: Unlawful detainment in Washington State
Submitted by: Ken Jenzen
Website: http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/kenneth-jenzen

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"This is a call and law enforcement officer will not want to answer. They do however because going in harms way to protect the public is their sworn duty. But, what if the call should never have been placed? This was the case a little over a week ago at a Taco Bell on NE Fourth Plain Blvd in Vancouver, WA. Six officers, five of which were armed with rifles and wearing tactical vests, many police vehicles, and at least one on foot wearing normal patrol gear responded to a man eating dinner." ...
 

WI: Area students working on documentary about open carry law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Madison Richards and Samantha Noll, both 14 and high school freshmen, don't shy away from controversial subjects. They hit them head-on with a video camera in hand."

"This year they are turning their cameras toward the issue of the Second Amendment and the state's open carry law."

"'Everybody has a viewpoint,' said Richards, a freshman at Horlick High School. 'It's a relative issue to Racine and Wisconsin and the United States in general.'"

"It's an issue that has been in the spotlight recently, especially in Wisconsin after two men in Madison were arrested Saturday who were openly carrying firearms ... Members of gun rights organizations say police had no reason to suspect the men were felons and question them." ...
 

COSTCO Shooting: Scott's Gun Was Holstered
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The questions surrounding a police shooting in a Nevada COSTCO continues. ..." ...

"Mosher testified that he didn't recall what commands he'd given Scott. A 911 tape revealed that Mosher had told Scott to 'drop the gun.' A gun the Scott family lawyer says Scott wasn't holding. Until he was."
"'In fact, he instructed Erik Scott to drop the gun,' [Ross] Goodman said. 'So Erik Scott apparently took out the holster with the gun in it and it fell on the ground.'"

"'Mosher's going to remember whatever he wants to remember. The fact of the matter was that Erik Scott was surrounded by three officers. He turned around. He was compliant, according to officer Mosher. He was told to drop the gun and he did exactly that.'"
 

ATF's "War on Guns" Revealed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Click here to download the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' (and big fires, don't forget big fires) new and improved Project Gunrunner strategy, designed to stem the flow of illegal guns from the U.S. to Mexico. The document affirms one of our main themes on this story: the ATF's efforts are part of an enormous cluster-you-know-what: a farrago of federal, state, local and Mexican law enforcement agencies working disharmoniously to force cash-rich cartels to source their weapons away from the U.S. – Mexican border. Like THAT'S going to be a problem. Deep breath. Here we go . . ."

"Even a quick skim of this magnum opus reveals that the ATF can't get out of its own way. ..." ...
 

ATF targets gun dealers to stem sales to Mexican cartels
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"U.S. law enforcement officials have devised an aggressive and potentially controversial new strategy to crack down on the illegal gun trade to Mexico by targeting cartel networks inside this country and 'corrupt' U.S. firearms dealers ..." ...

"The new strategy document, entitled 'Project Gunrunner; A Cartel Focused Strategy,' appears designed in part to address criticisms of enforcement efforts contained in a recently circulated draft report by the Justice Department's Office of Inspector General. ..."

"But ... Justice Department investigators found that Gunrunner was riddled with 'significant weaknesses,' including interagency turf fights, failures to share intelligence and a misguided investigative strategy ..." ...
 

Naming names: 2nd update on the gun confiscation incident in TN
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As promised, here is an update on the situation I posted about a few months ago in which an RTC’er was harassed and had two of his guns confiscated by the TN highway patrol as he travelled from the 4-19 rally in Virginia back to his home state of Colorado. Below is from the victim himself (hyperlink added by me):" ...
 

MS: Ex-officer charged with rape, burglary
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"A former Hattiesburg Police Department officer was arrested Friday on counts of rape, sexual battery and burglary of an inhabited dwelling."

"Juan Gray, 38, of Hattiesburg, was indicted by a Lamar County grand jury on Thursday and taken into custody the next day. He has been released on $155,000 bond."

"Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel confirmed Gray's arrest Monday, but declined to release any further details, citing the case remained under investigation."

"HPD spokesman Sgt. Allen Murray confirmed Monday that Gray had been employed by Hattiesburg Police Department, but would not say how long he had been with the force or when his employment had ended." ...
 

OH: Former Ohio prison guard convicted for forcing inmates to have sex with him
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A former prison guard was convicted on Tuesday for forcing inmates to have sex with him in an employee bathroom a women's prison in Marysville, Ohio ..."

"Willie E. Mapp, 54, was a corrections officer at the Ohio Reformatory for Women from 1997 until July 2003. He was charged with eight counts of sexual battery, a third degree felony."

"Mapp ... resigned to his post after an investigation was launched in 2003 after reports of prisoners' abuse at the Marysville correction facility."

"The former corrections officer allegedly threatened three female inmates with severe consequences such as solitary confinement if they did not perform oral sex. The offenses took place at the employee bathroom of the Ohio Reformatory." ...
 

MN: Minneapolis police chief, city sued in teen's alleged kicking by officer
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"The mother of the teen allegedly kicked by Minneapolis police officer Jason Andersen two years ago is suing the officer, Chief Tim Dolan, the city of Minneapolis and others."

"The civil suit calls Andersen a 'rogue' officer and comes a month and a half after a federal grand jury indicted him on a criminal charge in the same incident." ...

 

ID: Deputy in town for firearms training accidentally fires weapon in hotel room
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There were some anxious moments late Monday afternoon, as police responded to a frantic call from a desk clerk of shots fired at the Inn America on 21st Street."

"It turns out, it was an errant shot from a weapon fired by a Bonner County deputy who's in town for firearms training." ...

"[Lewiston Police Captain Roger] Lanier said no one else was in the deputy's room. He said Lewiston Police conducted an investigation and determined the accident was not reckless discharge of a firearm, which is a crime." ...
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H/t to David Codrea who asks: "I have to wonder just what the hell does qualify as a 'reckless discharge of a firearm' in Lewiston, and if who you work for has any bearing in the determination?"
 

Maybe the Second Amendment has something to do with it?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I've seen a number of news reports recently about falling crime rates all across the nation, with various conjectures about what might be causing the phenomenon. However, I've yet to see any source cite what may be the REAL reason: Forty-eight states have now passed concealed-weapons carrying laws."

"More and more people are legally armed these days, and that makes it tough on the bad guys because they just don't know which citizens are packing heat. Suddenly, their professions aren't nearly as 'safe' as they once were. Makes sense to me." ...
 

UT: Teen injured in accidental shooting
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... "The teen was sitting with a 21-year-old man on the 1200 West block of Pacific Avenue (440 South), said Salt Lake City police Sgt. Robin Snyder. The man had a handgun that accidently[sic] went off about 1 p.m. and a shot hit the boy in the upper leg."

"It wasn’t immediately clear who was holding the handgun when it fired, or what caused it to fire."

"'Something happened and it discharged, we just don’t know what,' Snyder said." ...
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Submitter's note: Sweet heaven how do reporters get to be this stupid. Uh, it IS "immediately clear" what caused it to fire. Some dumb@$$ put his finger on the trigger. Ironically, the reporter cannot even spell "accidentally" correctly.
 

Kennesaw, where everyone is armed by law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Kennesaw, Georgia, is Everytown, USA: a mixture of old wooden bungalows and cookie-cutter subdivisions, of seventh-­generation locals and Mexican immigrants. ..."

"But this city, half an hour’s drive north of Atlanta, is unique: it is the only place in America where it is compulsory to own a gun. In 1982, Kennesaw City Council unanimously passed an ordinance requiring households to own at least one firearm with ammunition. The law states that its purpose is to 'protect the safety, security and general welfare of the city and its inhabitants'. Kennesaw's ordinance was ... a principled and legislative rebuttal to a law passed earlier that year in Morton Grove, ­Illinois, banning guns within the city limits." ...
 

TX: Texas bank posts sign encouraging concealed carry
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Brenham Banner-Press in Texas reported recently that a bank in Chappell Hill, TX (about half-way between Houston and Austin) removed a 'no-guns' sign over the summer and put up a sign of an altogether different kind." ...
"About a month ago, Chappell Hill Bank president Edward Smith looked at a sign on the front door prohibiting concealed weapons from his business and decided to make a policy change."

"Licensed to carry a handgun? Come on in, and bring your weapon."

"The sign, now prominently displayed on the bank's front door, says, 'Lawful concealed carry permitted on these premises. Management recognizes the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution as an inalienable right of all citizens. ...'" ...
 

OH: Ohio Chapter Coordinators Needed to Fight Hunger
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife has collaborated with Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) in an effort to assist with the processing costs associated with donating venison to Ohio food banks."

"'Last year's effort in Ohio was great, with 44 of Ohio's 88 counties receiving part of the 122,221 pounds of donated meat,' said Josh Wilson, operations director for FHFH. 'Our volunteer organization can still use your help as part of the state is without coordinators or meat processors.'"

"Anyone interested in becoming a local Ohio FHFH coordinator or a participating meat processor should visit the 'Local FHFH' page at fhfh.org. ..." ...
 

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