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Politicians targeting ‘sportsmen’
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"The deciding vote in Tuesday’s presidential election could be cast by a recently recognized bloc called 'sportsmen,' which includes hunters, anglers, target shooters and gun collectors."

"In his book, 'My Life,' President Bill Clinton declared Democrats lost the White House and some Congressional seats in 2000 because they failed to appeal to hunters and shooters. Al Gore lost his home state of Tennessee, which has a rich hunting tradition."

"Both parties have been working hard to try to gain as many of those votes this year as possible." ...
 

Jim Brady Appeals to NRA to Pull Ad
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"The National Rifle Association is running a television ad in multiple battleground states that is peppered with lies about Senator John Kerry, accusing the Democratic nominee of supporting a ban on hunting rifles and shotguns and a ban on bullets used to hunt deer. FactCheck.org -- the website Vice President Dick Cheney touts as offering fair analysis of facts in the Presidential campaign -- says the NRA's ad 'falsely accuses Kerry.'"

"Jim Brady, the Reagan press secretary shot in the assassination attempt on the former President, urged the NRA to pull the ad. 'In their television ad, the NRA is lying to the American people. That's shameful,' Brady said." ...
 

OH: Ohio gun owners leery of Kerry's hunting credentials
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"Gun owners in the crucial midwestern swing state of Ohio expressed skepticism at attempts by Democratic presidential contender John Kerry to win their votes."

"Kerry has gone hunting and made numerous reassuring comments in recent weeks aimed at the traditionally Republican gun-owning constituency."

"Support of the gun lobby could be crucial for Kerry or his Republican rival, President George W. Bush, in Tuesday's vote. But many of Kerry's target are not impressed at his insistence that he supports the constitutional right to bear arms." ...
 

AK: Candidates' records mixed on gun rights
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"As the campaign season winds down, leading candidates for the U.S. Senate seat both are touting their support of Alaskans' gun rights, and both have a cheering section to reaffirm that message."

"Both Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Gov. Tony Knowles, though, possess records that have in the past generated mixed reviews among the folks who advocate for such rights."

"Nevertheless, the National Rifle Association launched a television advertisement for Murkowski this week. She has sponsored a shotgun-shooting event and portrays herself as a hunter, though she bought licenses only in recent years." ...
 

MI: Spade derides NRA downgrade
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"The National Rifle Association's Political Victory Fund has downgraded Democrat Dudley Spade's rating from an 'A' to a 'C' in a move Spade is calling 'dirty politics at its worst.'"

"The NRA had previously stayed neutral in the race between Spade and David Abraham, his Republican opponent for the 57th District state House seat, because both men had received 'A' ratings. Two weeks ago, the NRA's PVF decided to endorse Abraham, because Spade allegedly received an endorsement from Humane USA in his 2002 bid for the state Senate." ...
 

SC: NRA backs DeMint; Tenenbaum woos textile voters
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"With four days to go, Republican Jim DeMint's U.S. Senate bid got a boost Friday from gun enthusiasts and Democrat Inez Tenenbaum drew support among textile executives and workers."

"After campaigning from the Pee Dee to the Lowcountry, DeMint, a third-term representative in the U.S. House from Greenville, was the featured guest at a Columbia gathering hosted on his behalf by the South Carolina chapter of the National Rifle Association." ...
 

IA: Gun permits a major issue in sheriff's race
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"The two candidates for Dallas County sheriff were surprised that one of the most often-asked questions on the campaign trail was about permits to carry and purchase handguns and rifles."

"Candidates Brian Gilbert, 41, and Dan Brickner, 45, answered in a similar way: As long as the applicant meets the criteria, has no felony convictions, isn't violent or mentally incompetent and completes any required training, they see no reason not to issue the permit." ...
 

IL: Wilmette Court Ruling Helps Set Gun Owners' Legislative Agenda
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"As expected, a Cook County Judge ruled against a Wilmette man who shot and wounded a home invader in late 2003."

"The homeowner, Hale Demar, was arrested after shooting the burglar and charged with violating Wilmette's prohibition on handgun ownership. Demar's arrest sparked a nationwide furor and spurred the passage of a homeowner protection bill in the Illinois General Assembly. Illinois Governor Blagojevich, a staunch supporter of gun control, later vetoed that bill. At present, the bill is awaiting an override vote when the General Assembly convenes its veto session this November." ...
 

IL: Wilmette man loses gun law challenge
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"A Cook County judge Friday rejected the arguments of a Wilmette man who claimed his constitutional rights were violated after he shot a home intruder and then was cited for violating a village ordinance banning possession of a handgun." ...

"In a 16-page order, Circuit Judge Thaddeus Machnik dismissed his claim, disputing DeMar's argument that his right to privacy under the 14th Amendment includes the right to possess a handgun in his home."

"'We are pleased with the decision,' said Timothy Frenzer, Wilmette's village attorney. 'The law is very clear on this. Municipalities have the right to regulate handguns and even prohibit handguns.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: Mr. Frenzer is correct, the law is very clear on this. 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.
 

TX: 2 suspected burglars shot by homeowner in N.Harris county
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A north Harris County homeowner shot two men suspected of trying to break into his home.

It happened on Chisholm Trail near Rankin overnight.

They were both in the hospital Saturday morning. The homeowner told investigators that he heard a noise at the front door, and when he checked he confronted two men.

The homeowner shot them both. They were taken to Ben Taub Hospital. Deputies plan to turn the case over to a grand jury.
 

VA: Suspect Picks Wrong Fairfax House To Rob
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There's a young burglary suspect who no doubt wishes he'd picked another house. That's because Fairfax County police say the one they found him in is owned by a guy with a gun.

Investigators say shortly before 2 a.m., the homeowner heard some noises in his house in the 3900 block of Collis Oak Court, in the Fair Oaks neighborhood. The man grabbed his gun and went to take a look.

According to police, he found a 17-year-old wearing a ski mask and gloves. Turning the tables on the teen, the homeowner ordered him to call police, which he did. Officers arrived and took him into custody. The suspect was later released to his parents, and charges are pending.

No shots were fired and no one was hurt.
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Submitter's Note: Every house in America should be the wrong house to rob.
 

CO: Mad as hell: These days, her entire life is geared to protecting herself, her family and her friends ...
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"Suzanne is house hunting. She really likes the house where she's raised her two children for the last 18 years, but she can't afford to yield to sentiment."

"If she remains where she is now, her ex-husband will find her when he gets out of jail in early December, and he intends to kill her."

"He's repeatedly told Suzanne and others of his intent to kill her, her family and the neighborhood sheriff's deputy who helped get him arrested."

"Suzanne is angry - at the system, which she believes has failed her ..." ...

"Even the deputies who responded to the fights at her house said her husband would be free again in 24 hours, albeit with court summons in hand."

"There was nothing more that they could do, they told her."

"What she can do and did do is buy a gun and learn how to use it." ...
 

VA: Troopers Have No Protocol For Rifles' Use
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"The Virginia State Police were thinking about terrorists and well-armed drug gangs when they purchased semi-automatic patrol rifles for every trooper two years ago."

"They weren't thinking about Bruce Thompson."

"But Thompson, a 43-year-old suspect in a triple homicide, died in a hail of bullets from some of those same rifles a week ago. He was alone in a pickup truck, lurching toward a police barricade."

"The shower of .223-caliber bullets from five rifles pierced a nearby Colonial Heights house, in which a family cowered as an estimated 20 to 30 rounds ripped through walls, ceilings and even a bathtub. Some fragments landed in the back yard." ...

"Although the rifles gave troopers a level of firepower they had not had before, the state police never developed a written protocol on when to use them." ...
 

MA: 2 shooters said to be untrained
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"Two officers who fired pepper-pellet guns near where a 21-year-old college student was fatally shot last week were not trained to use the weapons, including Deputy Superintendent Robert E. O'Toole, according to two [department] sources ..."

"As officers attempted to bring an unruly crowd of students on Lansdowne Street under control ... O'Toole grabbed a pepper-pellet gun from a police supply vehicle and fired at a group of students who had climbed the girders of the Green Monster, according to accounts from the sources." ...

"O'Toole handed another gun to Patrolman Samil Silta, who also had told O'Toole he wasn't trained on the gun. But Silta took the weapon and fired into the surging crowds, the sources said. ..." ...
 

TX: Internal strife plagues Fort Worth marshal's department
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"A showdown may be brewing in the city marshal's office, where a lawsuit and two equal-employment complaints have been filed in the last year."

"It's just the latest eruption in a small department whose workers have won three lawsuits against the city in three years, costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars."

"Herman 'Clay' Smith, a deputy marshal since 1997, filed the latest lawsuit, accusing the city of a pattern of retaliation and unequal treatment in the department. He has offered to drop the suit if the city would make the deputies part of the state's Civil Service system, which already includes police and firefighters." ...
 

CA: Football game to have anti-gun feel
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"Castlemont High School students and athletic coaches will protest gun violence -- and stump for Oakland's Measure Y violence-prevention act -- during a ceremony at the school's homecoming football game today."

"There were three gun-related incidents, including a drive-by shooting, at the East Oakland campus last school year. Football coach Amin Denny said violence on campus and in the neighborhood has caused some families to move away." ...

"The group Coaches Against Gun Violence and the student organization Youth Alive will have a booth at the game today, and a half-time ceremony will dedicate the game to preventing gun violence." ...

"Football players will encourage the crowd to vote for Measure Y, which would raise almost $20 million from parcel and parking taxes." ...
 

UT: Students accused of plot to kill
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"Four Uintah High School students were arrested this week after investigators got wind of an alleged plot to kill their parents, other students, school administrators and teachers."

"The alleged plot was thwarted, however, when authorities were alerted by one of the teens' parents."

"Steven Kunzler, 18, and Todd Goodrich, 17, were charged Friday afternoon with making terroristic threats, burglary, attempted theft and criminal mischief, according to a complaint filed in 8th District Court in Vernal."

"Two other teens - who Vernal residents say are girls and whose names were not released by the Uintah County Attorney's Office - will be charged in juvenile court." ...
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Submitter's Note: All the laws in the world would not have stopped this. The tragedy was averted because of an alert parent.
 

Canada: Gun at school nets charges
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"A Stonewall Collegiate student has been suspended indefinitely after allegedly bringing a gun to school on Oct. 19. Mounties arrested the 16-year-old student Oct. 26, said Sgt. Gerry Thomas of the Stonewall RCMP. The student was charged with possession of a weapon dangerous to the public peace, carrying a concealed weapon and two counts of breaching a community order." ...

"Thomas said police aren't certain what kind of gun was involved because they haven't found it yet."

"'It's believed to have been a pellet handgun or something to that effect,' he said. 'As we do not have actual possession of that weapon or imitation, I cannot really say with 100% certainty exactly what it was.'" ...
 

NH: Nonresident Carry License Rules Changed
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"The NH Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules approved new rules – now, someone with a valid license to carry from any state, not just their own home state, is eligible for a license in New Hampshire. (Before, only home state licensee's were eligible). Here is the link to the new ... rules."

For example: Florida offers a 'shall issue' carry license to any U.S. citizen. With any one of those licenses anyone can get a New Hampshire carry license, even if one's home state does not issue (such as New Jersey). The application for a 'New Hampshire Non-resident Carry License' may be downloaded from this link." ...
 

WA: Club informs about firearm safety
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"Members of a new Western club, Western Students for the Second Amendment, said they plan to educate students and community members about firearm safety and responsibility, club vice president Rachael Alyea said."

"Western senior and club president Matt Haver said he founded the club to help clarify misconceptions about the Second Amendment and stereotypes people have about gun owners. The club also teaches students strategies for the future in order to teach their children, from a young age, to have a respect for the power of firearms. Members also visit gun ranges." ...
 

MT: Brokaw's lawyers say hunting unsafe on land adjacent to his
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Lawyers for 'NBC Nightly News' anchorman Tom Brokaw want a judge to require the Montana Board of Outfitters to review a decision that allows a Wyoming outfitter to guide big-game hunting trips on land next to Brokaw's Montana ranch."

"'The complaint we have is safety, plain and simple,' Clifford Edwards, a Billings attorney representing Brokaw, told District Judge Nels Swandal at a hearing Friday. 'Tom and (wife) Meredith are not anti-hunting — they are concerned for their safety.'" ...
 

NH: Stray bullets raise concerns of gun club neighbors
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"The rapid growth of southern New Hampshire is forcing a local gun club to make substantial changes, angering some members."

"After a series of bullets have been found at Campers Inn, the club’s northern neighbor, the Nashua Fish and Game Association realized it must change how it operates or face the possibility of closing." ...

"After the .30 caliber bullet was found this spring, the club spent $35,000 raising the Fowler Range rear berm, which catches the bullets, from 15 to 25 feet. Plans to build metal baffles and “eyebrows” at the firing line to prevent bullets from being launched above the berm toward Campers Inn are also in progress; these renovations are expected to cost $40,000 to $60,000 and will be complete by spring, Corsetti said." ...
 

PA: Getting the most from the flintlock
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"The 2004 Fall Muzzleloading deer season is now history and here's to those who were successful in bringing home some venison."

"Although most deer hunters are looking forward to the regular firearms deer season which starts about a month from now, some are anticipating the late-season muzzleloader season which begins this year on Dec. 27."

"During this late-season flintlock rifles with open sights are the only arms that may be used." ...
 

CA: Officials to decide fate of area gun club
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"Will the gun club get shot down?"

"Or will the 58-year-old business, a favorite of local cops honing their shooting skills, continue to operate at the base of the Angeles National Forest?"

"The City Council will likely decide tonight during what promises to be a heated public hearing."

"The council has received complaints from neighbors about the San Gabriel Valley Gun Club at 4001 Fish Canyon Road, particularly those from the tony Mountain Cove development, saying the sound of gunshots is driving them crazy." ...

"Because the gun club was already established at the time Azusa annexed the property, the city's noise ordinance doesn't apply, according to state law, city officials said." ...
 

UK: Where I come from, our homes are still our castles
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"If someone breaks into your home in the middle of the night you can presume he is not there to read the gas meter. But current British law insists that he have the freedom of the premises. When, last Christmas, thousands of Radio 4's Today listeners called for legislation authorising them to protect their homes by any means necessary, the proposal was immediately denounced as a 'ludicrous, brutal, unworkable, blood-stained piece of legislation'. Until recently that 'unworkable, blood-stained' legislation was the law of the land. There was no need to retreat from your home, or from any room within it. An Englishman's home was his refuge, and, indeed, his castle." ...

"Whatever became of the Englishman's castle? He did not lose the right and means to protect himself at once. It was teased away over the course of some 80 years by governments claiming to be fighting crime, but actually fearful of revolution and disorder. ..." ...
 

UK: Blunkett backs call for 'right to fight back' against burglars
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"David Blunkett has given his backing to The Sunday Telegraph's campaign to change the law to give homeowners more rights to protect themselves against burglars."

"The Home Secretary said yesterday that he was 'deeply sympathetic' to those who thought the law should do everything possible to help householders against intruders - and signalled that government action was likely."

"Ministers are said to have an 'open mind' about changing the current law, which allows homeowners to use 'reasonable force' to protect themselves. What this term means is unclear, and many people who have defended themselves against intruders have faced criminal charges." ...
 

UK: Our rights were taken by thieves [first 3 letters]
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"I support your campaign to re-legalise the right to self defence and to make a clear distinction between the rights of a criminal committing a crime and an intended victim defending his person or property ..." ...

"The sort of law Britain needs is the one passed by the state of Oklahoma in 1988 saying an occupant is justified in using any degree of physical force against an intruder. Lawyers and police predicted widespread mayhem and unavoidable killings. The result? It has proved to be a complete success. There has been no rash of accidental killings but, significantly, intrusion into homes has declined dramatically." ...

"Your calls for a law that would allow a home-owner to take 'whatever measures he felt was necessary to repel an intruder' is perhaps the crassest piece of populism that I have ever read. ..." ...
 

New Zealand: End of the line
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"For an hour Maggie Bentley cowered in the bushes and pleaded for help from a 111 police dispatcher as her husband and nephew were brutally assaulted by home invaders." ...

"... [T]hat hour-long phone call was undoubtedly one of the most frustrating of her life. Among her complaints about the call that was handled by a female dispatcher in Auckland are:"

"That the dispatcher insisted on alerting Tauranga police - more than an hour's drive away - when it is possible to reach the Bentleys' farm in half that time from Rotorua."

"That when Maggie tried to hang up and call her neighbour, as she believed it was her right to do, the dispatcher overrode this by forcibly keeping the line to 111 open."

"That she was asked pointless and insensitive questions such as, 'What kind of gun is it?' after the firing of a shot, inside the house, that might have killed her husband."

"That around 6.30am she was told the police had 'surrounded' the property when, in fact, no police arrived for another 42 minutes."

"That an hour passed after her 111 call before a single armed police officer arrived at the property, followed shortly after by another armed officer in a separate car." ...
 

New Zealand: Self Defence: A Right, Not A Privilege
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"The law must be changed to give citizens rights against police who interfere with self-defence, lie to them, or prevent them from helping each other, ACT New Zealand Justice Spokesman Stephen Franks said today in commenting about the nightmare attack on the Bentleys last weekend."

"'The Government has long forgotten the founding principle of policing: that constables have no more powers or privileges than ordinary law-abiding citizens - they merely do full-time what any citizen can do part-time,' Mr Franks said." [emphasis added]

"'The police have to work within the Government's culture of hostility towards self-reliance. ...'" ...
 

Nigeria: Dokubo surrenders 188 guns
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"Leader of the Niger Delta Volunteer Peoples Force (NDVPF), Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari yesterday surrenders an armoury of 188 guns to the Federal Government Task Force on disarmament of militia and cult groups in Rivers State."

"The guns were surrendered at the 2nd Amphibious Brigade, Port Harcourt, Rivers State Governor and chairman of the Task Force, Dr. Peter Odili, while receiving the guns appealed to foreign countries and manufacturers of arms to regulate the export of such illegal arms."

"He remarked that none of the arms recovered were locally produced in Nigeria. He therefore stressed the need for the regulation of the exportation of such dangerous weapons." ...
 

UK: Shop manager thwarts armed robbery
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"A BRAVE shop manager who refused to open his till when faced with a gun-toting robber told last night of his terrifying ordeal."

"Dick Page was working at Chris and Dave's family store in Bergholt Road, Colchester, when a man walked in and asked for a packet of cigarettes."

"But when the 55-year-old shop manager turned back from the shelf, a pistol was pointed at his face and the robber demanded he hand over cash."

"However, the gunman was distracted when an elderly woman walked in to the store and Mr Page took his chance, refusing to open the till."

"The robber then panicked, leaving the store empty-handed before fleeing towards the Esso garage and Braiswick area of Colchester." ...
 

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