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Pro-gun lawsuits filed in Texas
Submitted by: Perry Thompson

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Texas legistlators have filed a lawsuit against the cities and counties responsible for the suits against the gun manufacturers.

Lawsuits filed against 12 gun manufacturers and dealers by Cook County (Chicago)
Submitted by: Chicago Scumbags

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"The Cook County state's attorney's office Tuesday filed a civil lawsuit against 12 gun manufacturers, distributors and dealers accusing them of causing a public nuisance by selling illegal guns known as Saturday night specials."

"The defendants include three manufacturers, Bryco Arms Inc. of California, Phoenix Arms of Phoenix, and Davis Industries Inc. of California; and a gun distributor, B.L. Jennings Inc. of Nevada."

and several licensed gun dealers...


Flight diverted after passenger hands over gun
Submitted by: Planes and Guns

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An American Airlines flight from New York to the Dominican Republic made an unscheduled stop after a passenger handed over a gun he said he had unintentionally brought on board.

Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said the man gave the gun to the flight crew without incident Tuesday.

``He advised the crew he forgot he had it, and voluntarily surrendered the gun to the flight crew, and the crew elected to divert to Miami,' she said.

Ga. Teen Gunman Sentenced to 40 Years in Prison
Submitted by: Teenage gunman

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The Georgia teenager who opened fire in the commons area of Heritage High School in Conyers, Ga., last May was sentenced to 40 years in prison, Reuters reported Nov. 13.

Thomas "T.J." Solomon, 17, wounded six students when he began shooting classmates with a sawed-off shotgun and a .357-caliber Magnum handgun on May 20, 1999, one month after the Columbine High School shooting massacre in Littleton, Colo.
Shoulda hung him. Slowly. Publicly.

LAPD Officers Convicted in Scandal
Submitted by: Copper

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"Three officers accused of framing gang members were convicted of conspiracy and other crimes Wednesday in the first trial resulting from the biggest police corruption scandal in Los Angeles history."

"There's good cops and there's bad cops," jury foreman Victor Flores said. "A lot of us on the jury felt that they just didn't happen to cover themselves enough and they never thought it would come back to haunt them."
Respect and support cops...but watch them.

Oregon gun owners scurrying to get unregistered guns before gun show background checks enforced
Submitted by: Planes and Guns

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"Some people are saying, 'I want to get a gun now before they register it or take it away from me,'" said Ken Glass, organizer of the show.

Attendees at the show expressed anger and suspicion over the fact that the state was keeping a record of gun transactions. "I'm not totally against background checks," said Art Larson, a gun collector. "But I'm not sure stockpiling the names of honest citizens is the answer. I buy and sell just for fun, and it's going to be more difficult."

A government that is big enough to give you all you want is big enough to take it all away. BARRY GOLDWATER (1964)

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