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Try as he might, Kerry cannot hide his anti-gun beliefs
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"OVER Labor Day weekend, Sen. John Kerry was presented a gift from Cecil Roberts of the United Mine Workers of America: a brand-new (and union-made) shotgun."

"It’s a good gun, a Remington 11-87, successor to the time-proven Remington 1100. Possibly the most widely used semiautomatic shotgun in America today. I don’t blame the senator for accepting it with a smile."

"Needless to say, the photo of Kerry admiring the shotgun has received wide publication. Also needless to say, the Democrats were quick to see the photo’s usefulness in combating their candidate’s anti-gun record. And once again, as before with the 'Reporting for duty' salute, it took less than a day for the incident to turn into another display of the tone-deafness of the Kerry campaign." ...
 

Kerry corrects answer about an assault rifle
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"Senator John Kerry's campaign said that he did not own a Chinese assault rifle, as he was quoted as saying in Outdoor Life magazine, but a single-bolt-action military rifle. The campaign said the error was the fault of aides who had filled out the magazine's questionnaire on Kerry's behalf. According to Michael Meehan, a spokesman for the campaign, Kerry, the Democratic presidential nominee, owns two guns, a double-barreled 12-gauge shotgun and the rifle, which Meehan said Kerry 'keeps as a relic' and has never fired. Meehan said the gun had no make or model markings on it and that Kerry 'got it from a friend years ago,' adding that such rifles first were manufactured in Russia more than 100 years ago and were used by the North Koreans and the Vietcong." ...
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So when Sen. Kerry says he only wants to ban "assault weapons" we can assume that 100 year old designs of "single-bolt-action military rifle[s]" will be included?
 

Officials Aim for Terror-Free Elections
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Heeding warnings that terrorists could try to disrupt the fall elections, state and local election officials are aiming to coordinate communications and decision-making with governors and security officials so voting goes as smoothly as possible." ...

"[New Mexico Secretary of State Rebecca] Vigil-Giron said planners need to make sure that elections continue securely, but also without scaring voters - for instance, by stationing heavily armed guards at the polls."

"'The last thing we want to see happening is a National Guardsman standing there with a rifle, keeping watch,' she said." ...
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A) Why not?

2) How about the unorganized militia?
 

DC: Bush Challenged on D.C. Gun Bill
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"Two senior House Democrats called on President Bush yesterday to declare whether he supports a bill that would repeal virtually all of the District's gun laws, as GOP House leaders scheduled a vote on the measure tomorrow." ...

"In their letter to Bush, Reps. Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif.) and John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) said the bill would 'undo many of the security measures that have been put into place' in the nation's capital since the 2001 terrorist attacks."

"They wrote that if the bill became law, 'someone could legally possess a semiautomatic [.50-caliber] sniper rifle and armor piercing ammunition in an apartment overlooking . . . Connecticut Avenue, a common route for motorcades.'"

"'Ice cream and hot dog vendors [on the Mall] could be armed with assault weapons. . . . A Capitol Hill resident who lived across the street from the U.S. Supreme Court could sit on his porch with a fully-loaded semiautomatic Uzi Carbine.'" ...
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And why would you be nervous about your constituents being armed? Are you doing things that you think they might not like?
 

Good riddance to ban on assault weapons
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"Much has been made of the expiration of the 1994 law banning the manufacture of 19 semi-automatic weapons classified as assault weapons. The law, pushed by former President Clinton through a fiercely divided Congress, promised to rid America of the supposedly favorite weapons of drug dealers, cop killers and hardened criminals."

"With the law off the books, gun-control advocates are clamoring for its reinstatement, again trying to convince the public that these guns are inherently dangerous and suitable only for criminal use. That is not the case. Hopefully, Americans will be more skeptical the second time around." ...
 

Weapons ban lapse is a let-down
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... "But those of us [police officers] involved in the struggle to stand between urban communities and criminals can't do it alone, and we surely can't do it with our government working against us."

"In 1994, President Bill Clinton signed the Federal Assault Weapons Act. It didn't affect hunting rifles or handguns that people use to protect their homes from intruders. Instead, it outlawed 19 types of assault-style weapons that have no purpose besides destroying lives." ...

"We cannot fight terrorism at home and abroad if we make "cop-killer" bullets, Uzis and AK-47s (like the one that wounded Miami-Dade Officer Keenya Hubert) easily accessible. These guns have nothing to do with hunting or self-defense. They are made to hunt and kill humans." ...
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KABA asks why the Chief of Police in Cloquet, MN (pop. 11,201) recently called these guns "the most effective tools possible"? Perhaps Chief Darling would care to explicate the circumstances under which cops across the country would need to "hunt and kill humans" outside the bounds of self-defense (which these guns have "nothing to do" with)?
 

TN: Policewoman shot brother in row over butter
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"A Tennessee police woman says she accidentally shot her brother in an argument over a tub of butter."

"State trooper Angelinette Crawford lost her temper after her brother, Jaison Bilbrew, 19, lent the butter to a neighbour."

"She told her brother that it was time he moved out of the Antioch apartment where he had been living with Crawford and her young son."

"'Their verbal argument turned into a shoving match at the top of the stairs,' police told The Tennessean."

"Crawford went to her bedroom and got her service weapon, a Glock semiautomatic pistol, according to police."

"The argument continued, then Bilbrew grabbed Crawford's arm and they wrestled on the floor. Bilbrew got up, and as Crawford was getting up, the gun discharged into his leg, police said." ...
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But only cops and the military are trained and self-controlled enough to be trusted with guns, right Sarah?
 

NY: Armed robber fatally shot at social club
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"A 64-year-old man gunned down an armed robber Friday night in an apparent act of self-defense during a card game at a social club on Genesee Street, police said." ...

"Two masked men - one armed with a shotgun, the other with a pistol - showed up and told the five people playing cards not to move, Detective Mary Gugliuzza of the Major Crimes Unit said."

"A round from the robber's shotgun went off and a man playing cards hit the floor."

"Meanwhile, the 64-year-old man, who also was playing cards - apparently believing his friend had been shot - pulled out his gun and returned fire, police said." ...
 

AK: Hiker kills bear in self-defense
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"A hiker with quick reflexes fatally shot a 750-pound brown bear as it charged him from the edge of a forest 20 feet away."

" 'I thought it was a moose, but then I saw it was too low for a moose. I just had time to pull my pistol and spin around,' Gary Boyd of Muldoon told the Anchorage Daily News."

"It turns out that the bear had been guarding a moose carcass left behind by hunters in the Chugach foothills."

" 'I fired the first shot, and I aimed at its shoulders. When the first shot didn't faze it, I fired the second time, and it turned into the ditch, and I shot three more times, and it went down,' Mr. Boyd said." ...
 

NY: Teenager Shot in Buffalo Hold-Up Identified (follow-up)
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We have an update now on a teenager who police say was killed in an act of self defense at a Buffalo social club.

Investigators have identified the teen who was killed on Friday night as Dwayne Rodgers.

Rodgers and an accomplice, 16 year old Zontail Warren allegedly fired off a shot and demanded cash from seniors who were playing cards at the club on Fillmore Avenue.

A 64 year old man returned fire, killing Rodgers and wounding Warren, who's in fair condition at ECMC.

Police say the 64 year old who shot back did so to protect himself and will not face charges.
 

CA: Criminals usually don't get guns legally
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"Guns that are purchased and carried legally are not usually involved in crimes, law enforcement officials say."

"'A lot of the criminal element doesn't go to your local gun store and get a gun, nor do they come to the Sheriff's Department and get a gun permit,' said Tulare County sheriff's Lt. Keith Douglas. 'A large amount of weapons that are used in crimes, the people that have them don't have permits.'"

"Xavier Garcia ... said the process for getting a gun, including the waiting period, helps prevent criminals from buying guns."

"That process involves passing a written test, conducting a background check and waiting 10 days to be able to receive the gun. Garcia called the 10 days a 'cooling-off period.'" ...
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KABA Note: If you are having an argument and get into your car, drive to a gun shop, select a gun, purchase it (even without any state or federal folderol) and appropriate ammunition, load it, drive back home and use it, that is pre-meditation, not "heat of passion".
 

MD: 5 Killed, 4 Hurt In Pr. George's, D.C. Shootings
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"A night and early morning of gunfire in the area left five people dead and four wounded, including a teenage student at Ballou Senior High School who was found shot to death in a stolen car, becoming the 20th juvenile slain in the District this year." ...

"Richardson said investigators knew of no suspects or motives in the shootings. She said police are investigating possible links among the shootings."

"Walker's death was the latest in a string of killings that has pushed the District's number of juvenile homicides to record levels in recent years. She was the 20th juvenile to be slain this year in the District. Last year, 12 juveniles were killed; in 2002, there were 16 juvenile homicides, Gentile said." ...
 

DC: 13 Yr. Old Boy Shot Dead in Southeast
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Police are searching for the killer who shot a 13-year-old boy dead Monday in a Southeast D.C. building.

Officers were called to the 2600 block of Douglas Place, Southeast, where inside an apartment they found Michael Swann with multiple gunshot wounds. Swann, who lived in a nearby building on the same block, died at Prince George's Hospital.

Police say they don't know what Swann was doing in the apartment and why he wasn't at school. Officers arrived just before 11 a.m., which is during the school day. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 202-727-9099.

Swann becomes the 21st person in D.C. under the age of 18 to meet a violent end this year. That's a drastic jump from all of 2003, when 12 juveniles were killed in the city. There were 16 juvenile deaths in 2002, according to the Metropolitan Police. [emphasis added]
 

NH: Londonderry policy goes too far
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... "Londonderry senior Blake Douglass has submitted a photo in which he holds his unloaded shotgun, breech open, over his shoulder. In the picture, he wears his shooting vest and gloves. This is not an aggressive pose in which Douglass is trying to strike fear into the hearts of his classmates. He does not wear a bandoleer and point pistols at the camera. Douglass, an avid trap shooter, poses passively with the tools of his favorite pastime, which by the way happens to be an Olympic sport."

"Londonderry High has a 'zero tolerance' policy on violence, drugs and alcohol. According to school administrators, guns fall under the 'violence' category. Therefore, the yearbook refuses to publish the photo Douglass submitted." ...

"As it stands, the school is not taking an anti-violence stance. It is taking an anti-gun stance. The former is justifiable; the latter is not."
 

VA: Aiming low (if guns prevent crime, why so much crime in gun-rich US?)
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..."The incidence of property crimes in the U.S. apparently tracks [trails?] the incidence in other advanced societies. The U.S. - with the First World's highest percentages of regular church-goers, plus its high rates for gun-ownership - endures more bloodshed." ...

"Statistics regarding guns and crime probably are as reliable as '60 Minutes.' Compilers on both sides can support their agendas with data, so-called. We believe individuals have the right to own firearms. Yet if so many guns in private hands truly deterred crime, then the U.S. would be a much safer place."
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Why is it that when Dr. Lott compiled reams of data, taking into account (among other things) age, ethnicity, income, home ownership rates, marriage rates, education levels, rates of drug and alcohol use and abuse, "community policing" policies, police officers per capita, police officers on the street per capita, prosecution rates, conviction rates and incarceration rates, in literally thousands of counties, finding again and again that as the number of permits issued rise, crime drops, the antis say that he "obviously missed some factor", but when some yutz says "hey, if guns reduce crime, why's there so much crime in the US?" they are silent?
 

MD: Opponents Filing Suit to Prevent Md. Bear Hunt -- Rights Groups Allege State Didn't Do Enough Research on Animal's Population
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"Opponents of bear hunting in Maryland said they plan to file a lawsuit today aimed at stopping the state's first bear season in 51 years, which is scheduled to begin late next month."

"The hunting opponents said yesterday that their suit will allege that the state Department of Natural Resources did not do enough research on the black bear population -- estimated at 500 -- before determining that 30 animals could be killed by hunters." ...

"Those plans have met opposition from animal rights groups. There have been protests, an emotional legislative hearing and a barrage of calls and letters -- which state officials say have included death threats." ...
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KABA Note: So these people are so against killing bears that they'll threaten to kill people?!?
 

IL: Police files put home defender in harsher light
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Monday morning quarterbacking from the Chicago Tribune:

... "... a look at recently opened police files in the case suggests that (Hale) DeMar acted more like a vigilante than a hero--that it wasn't necessary for him to shoot the unarmed intruder to defend himself or his children, as he has claimed, and that he all but welcomed the confrontation in his home." ...
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If you get burgled and find the keys to your house missing do you have a responsibility to the burglar to make sure he can't gain entry?
 

MA: U.S. Attorney Announces Trio Of Gun Trafficking Cases (JTO)
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"Charges were announced today in three federal gun trafficking cases. The cases illustrate three common ways in which guns make their way illegally onto city streets and into the hands of those who could never buy them legally." ...

"Secondary Market in Other States:
Although Massachusetts gun laws are strict, the laws in neighboring and nearby New England states are not as stringent. ..."

"Relatives and Friends in Southern States:
Many southern states do not require permits to purchase or carry firearms as does Massachusetts. ... obtained by individuals who traveled south to visit friends or family ..."

"Theft of Guns Bought Legally in Massachusetts:
A third way in which guns are obtained illegally involves a person stealing the weapons from a friend, relative or acquaintance who has guns legally in their home." ...
 

PA: Gun gals, like soccer moms, attract politicians' attention
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"Linda Tucker squeezes the trigger of her .357-caliber revolver with the ease of breathing."

"With every pull, she hones her skill. It's been that way since childhood. Her earliest memories are of picking up a BB gun and watching her father -- and mother -- heading to the woods in search of their next big catch, guns in hand."

"The Hampden Twp. woman has grown into her skill, becoming a member of numerous national, regional and local sportsmen's clubs. She's even become a National Rifle Association-certified teacher, and her classes are typically half-filled with women."

"Less than a decade ago, these same women were shooed away, as undesirable as knitting lessons at the traditionally men-only clubs." ...
 

GA: Sports Briefs -- Cowboy action
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The Southeast Georgia Rangers will hold their first Cowboy Action Shooters Match on Oct. 2. at the Rye Patch Pistol Range.

Registration is from 8:30- 9 a.m. and the match will begin between 9:30-10 a.m.

Cost is $10 for members, $15 for others. For more information about the match or joining the group, see http://southeastgeorgia rangers.com or call Paul Morgan at 877-2346. You can also email Morgan at bmorgan87@comcast.net.
 

DC: Know Thy Weapons
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"Maria Turchi [letters, Sept. 22] said that the replica of the gun I held up during a news conference about the expiration of the assault weapons ban was of a 'fully automatic' MAC-10 'submachine gun.' Not true."

"The replica of the gun that was used to kill my brother, FBI Special Agent Mike Miller, along with FBI agent Martha Dixon Martinez and D.C. police Sgt. Hank Daly in November 1994, was a MAC-10, which is a semiautomatic assault pistol." ...

"Semiautomatic assault weapons fire a bullet at each trigger pull, dozens of bullets in seconds. Such incredible firepower enabled one man to overwhelm a room of trained and armed law enforcement officers that November morning ..."
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And a book by P.A. Luty "Expedient Homemade Firearms: The 9mm Submachine Gun" tells anyone who wants to "overwhelm a room of trained and armed law enforcement officers" how to build a full-auto 9mm sub-gun in their basement workshop, using common power tools and hardware. Keeping law-abiding gun owners from purchasing "ugly guns" will not prevent murderous rampages like the one that took your brother's life.
 

South Africa: Armed robbers terrorise Kalk Bay restaurant patrons
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"ARMED men have struck at a popular Kalk Bay restaurant, demanding cellphones and frisking shocked patrons for valuables."

"One man was left with a gash on the head when he was pistol-whipped by one of the five men who accosted customers and staff at the Cape to Cuba restaurant shortly after 11pm on Saturday."

"Donna Jubb, celebrating her birthday with her husband, said: 'People were so shocked that they handed over their handbags and took off their jewellery.'"

"'One robber picked up a lighter, thinking it was a cellphone.' The attack, which lasted about 10 minutes, left her 'terrified'." ...
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But I'm sure the BGs' guns were registered as required by South African law.
 

Japan: Son also nabbed for dumping body
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"In connection with events surrounding the killing of a mother, two sons and a friend, police arrested the son of a woman collared last week in relation to the deaths, prefectural police said over the weekend." ...

"They are waiting to question Jitsuo Kitamura, who is recovering in hospital after shooting himself in the head last week at the police station where his wife was held."

"Injuries to Joji Takami's body showed that he was likely strangled. The cause of Sayoko Takami's death is still undetermined. Her elder son and Hara were each shot three times in the chest with a pistol. Police are checking whether the pistol the mob boss turned on himself was also used in the slayings."
 

Australia: Man charged over gun robbery
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A 21-year-old man has been charged in relation to the theft of six guns from a security company in Sydney's inner-west two years ago.

One of those guns was later used in the shooting death of Constable Glenn McEnnallay.

Police spokeswoman, Joanne Elliot, says the man from Merrylands was arrested yesterday afternoon and charged with robbery armed with an offensive weapon.

She says the theft allegedly took place in March 2002.

"They've allegedly threatened two security guards before leaving with six Smith and Wesson pistols," she said.

"Less than two weeks later, one of those pistols was used in the shooting of Constable Glenn McEnallay."
 

Jamaica: Cops seize another gun in St James
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"The St James police on Friday seized a gun from a Glendevon man, the 49th illegal weapon confiscated by lawmen in the parish since the start of the year."

"The man from whom the weapon was seized has been identified as Michael 'Mikey' Kent, a 32-year-old cooking gas vendor from Melbourne in the parish."

"Constabulary Communication Network liaison officer for St James Peter Salkey said the police were on an operation in Melbourne when they visited Kent's home, showed him a search warrant and asked to be allowed entry to his home." ...

"The police said during a search of the house, they found a Ruger 9mm semi-automatic pistol with serial number 30395856, along with 16 rounds of 9mm cartridges. ..." ...
 

Philippines: Guns, motorbikes seized in Abra police checkpoints
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"Police commandos seized high-powered firearms and undocumented motorbikes in various checkpoints in violence-stricken Abra, the Cordillera regional police command reported on Monday."

"The Cordillera police said operatives of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Special Action Force (SAF), who were deployed in Abra by the PNP chief, Deputy Director General Edgar Aglipay, last week seized five high- and low-powered firearms, several magazines and 36 motorbikes without legal papers." ...

"The seized firearms include one M-16 rifle, two imported .45-caliber pistols, one .9mm Beretta, one .45 Armscor pistol and several magazines for short and long firearms." ...
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But guns are banned in the Philippines!
 

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