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CO: Fatal Shooting May Have Been Self-Defense
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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One man died and a woman was hospitalized over the weekend after a shooting outside a video store that police said may have been a case of self defense.

The incident happened on Saturday night in Aurora. Police said two men started arguing in front of the Blockbuster video store at Mississippi and Chambers.

Officers said that a woman tried to break it up, and that one of the men then reportedly pulled out a metal object and hit the other man in the head.

The man who was hit in the head shot the man and the woman, and the gunman stayed on the scene until police arrived, according to authorities.

Police said they were interviewing witnesses to determine if the shooting was done in self defense.
 

CO: Man in [self-defense] shooting had concealed-gun permit [another story]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A man who fatally shot an Aurora man and wounded the victim's wife during a fight about a damaged car door has a license to carry a concealed weapon ..."

"Aaron P. Davis, 39, and Benita Coleman-Davis, 36, were each shot twice in the torso, police spokeswoman Kathleen Walsh said."

"The gunman, Glen Eichstedt, 52, was treated for a head injury and released." ...

"About 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Eichstedt and Davis got into an argument about a ding on the door of one of their vehicles, Walsh said."

"Coleman-Davis stood between the men, trying to stop the argument, but the three started fighting, witnesses told police."

"Davis found a metal pipe and hit Eichstedt in the head with it and then Eichstedt pulled out a gun and fired, Walsh said." ...
 

OK: Man shot [after breaking in to ex-girlfriend's home]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A homeowner's ex-boyfriend suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen at a Shawnee residence Sunday night, and now prosecutors must determine if the shooting was justified under the 'Make My Day' law." ...

"Alexander Palmer, 45, suffered a single gunshot wound to his abdomen, [Interim Shawnee Police Chief Conny] Clay said. ..."

"Clay said the shooting occurred after homeowner Michelle Blackstone and her boyfriend, Michael Swain, returned to her residence and found Palmer asleep on the couch. Clay said Palmer is reportedly Blackstone's ex-boyfriend."

"As events unfolded an argument ensued, Clay said, and Palmer allegedly started pushing Blackstone."

"Clay said Swain, who has a concealed weapons permit, fired his 9mm pistol when Palmer allegedly approached him." ...
 

TN: Grand jury refuses death case [i.e. it was self-defense]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A McMinn County grand jury has refused to hear a case involving the death of a Madisonville man."

"Ricky Wear, 40, Gamble Gap Road, was shot and killed in a McMinn County house near Englewood on Sept. 24 in an alleged fight over prescription medicine." ...

"[Sheriff's Deputy] Mills called in detectives from his office, but no charges were filed at the time. The district attorney’s office decided to present the case to a grand jury to see if there was sufficient evidence to continue the investigation. Nearly all suspicious death cases are presented to a grand jury."

"Assistant District Attorney Richard Newman said his office presented the case and the grand jury turned it down." ...
 

DC: No suspects in robbery, shooting at reception
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"D.C. police said yesterday that they have no suspects in the robbery and shooting that killed a Pennsylvania man outside a wedding reception at the Franciscan Monastery in Northeast."

"Police said they do not have specific descriptions of the robbers who fatally shot George Francis Longshore ... on Saturday night. Police said, however, that they are investigating whether the shooting was related to another that occurred several hours later outside a party a few blocks away ..."

"In that incident, a Catholic University of America student was shot in the abdomen by one of three persons who got into a car after being asked to leave the party. The student was treated at Washington Hospital Center and released." ...
 

ME: Gunsmith makes a weapon that really fits
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... "Four decades later, Bailey is still building rifles, and, thankfully, his skills have improved. His workshop is a small building adjacent to his old St. Albans home. Bailey takes wood and metal and crafts the materials into a practical art, a custom-made rifle built to fit the body of the shooter. He's a perfectionist."

"'The thing with custom is the person's paying for quality,' Bailey said, standing in the shop and dressed in blue jeans and a flannel shirt. 'If it's not the best you can do, don't do it.'"

"Bailey says most hunters have never fired a rifle that fits them. Rifles come in one size. People don't." ...
 

Parker vs DC: The Origins of Seegars vs Ashcroft
Submitted by: TriggerFinger
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"In the Beginning, several plaintiffs residing in Washington DC filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the ban on handguns in the city ... The Cato Institute helped out with legal representation. ..." ...

"This lawsuit is something the NRA has been ducking for years, preferring a gradual strategy which they analogized to the civil rights movement. Strong gun-rights advocates felt, however, that the NRA was trying to duck the question to avoid negative rulings that would set precedents against the 2nd Amendment. This does nothing to correct the existing precedents, nor to advance gun rights. In Parker vs DC, some other organizations took the offensive." ...
 

NY: Lawmakers Considering New Gun Safety Legislation
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"City lawmakers are trying to reduce the number of gun-related crimes and deaths by getting the weapons off city streets."

"The City Council's Committee on Public Safety met Monday to discuss a package of gun safety legislation. Among the proposals are a bill that would limit New Yorkers to the purchase of only one shotgun or rifle every 90 days, and another bill which would create a code of responsible conduct for gun manufacturers."

"'This is the shame of it. The gun industry knows exactly what it needs to do to cut down on the number of illegal guns, and they’re not doing it,' said Brooklyn Councilman David Yassky." ...
 

OK: Okla. Law Allows Guns on Company Property
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"In Oklahoma, "Take Your Gun to Work Day" could be every day — but some employers are trying to change that."

"Whirlpool Corp. (WHR) has sued to block a new law that allows employees to keep guns in their locked vehicles on workplace parking lots. The law was scheduled to take effect Nov. 1, according to the Associated Press, but a federal judge blocked it. Only Kentucky has a similar law."

"Whirlpool, which is trying to save its ban on firearms (search) on company property, believes workplace safety should override the rights of gun owners."

"'This is a standard company rule that's intended to protect employees ... and to minimize the risk of any incident occurring,' Whirlpool said in a statement to FOX News." ...
 

KY: Legal Liability of Children with Guns
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"The Fayette County School System will determine the future of a 5th grade student who brought a gun to Cassidy Elementary Thursday."

"Luckily no one was injured in that incident and police have not announced how the child got the weapon."

"What legal liability does an adult face if a child uses the adult's gun in a crime?"

"It's been an issue before, after the Columbine High School massacre, the family of one of the slain students sued the parents of one of the teenage gunman accusing them of negligence."

"Madison County Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Smith says parents can be held accountable in a similar situation." ...
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Submitter's Note: If a gun is locked up, it's useless. Teach your children the proper respect for a firearm, and solve the problem.
 

CA: Federal officers plead guilty to violating S.F. man's rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Two former federal officers have pleaded guilty to violating a San Francisco man's civil rights when they arrested him last year."

"The Justice Department says Peter Taoy and John Haire... admitted to making false statements and disregarding the truth about the arrest of Jeffrey Petri."

"The officers initially reported that they saw Petri blow through a red light and lead them on a high speed chase that ended when they shot out his tires -- an act they described as self-defense when he allegedly tried to run them over."

"The problem was, it didn't happen that way at all. Many of the details given by the officers at the time of Petri's arrest were inaccurate and they resulted in Petri being jailed for six days and wrongfully charged with a federal crime." ...
 

IN: M-16 training postponed for Indianapolis police
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The union representing Indianapolis police officers objected Monday to the cancellation of a training session in the use of longer-range rifles."

"Sessions in the use of military-style M-16 rifles were to begin Monday. Officers who qualified would have received the weapons by Friday."

"IPD Lt. Paul Ciesielski, a department spokesman, said the training was postponed because of logistics, and a Nov. 29 training session is still scheduled."

"But Vince Huber, president of Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86, said even a two-week delay is a bad idea."

"'We think it's pretty ridiculous because it jeopardizes the lives of citizens and officers,' Huber said. IPD has had the rifles in storage since last year, waiting for a quality training program and a suitable practice range." ...
 

TX: Trial begins today for deputy accused of starting fight at restaurant
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A Harris County lawman is set to go on trial Monday for assault.

Robert Schields is accused of starting a fight at a northwest Harris County pancake house two years ago. Eyewitnesses say it began when a woman turned down his advances. They say Scheilds pushed a waitress over a table and threatened people with his pistol.

In addition to the assault charge, he's also charged with oppression.

The trial was supposed to start a week ago, but was postponed. Attorneys should be back in court Monday.
 

Kenya: Investigations intensified after loss of British Army ammo
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"The British High Commission has launched investigations into how over 3,000 rounds of ammunition were stolen from its troops in Samburu four days ago."

"Press officer Mark Norton said the investigations were launched into the circumstances surrounding the theft since the loss of the large cache of ammunition was a matter of great concern." ...

"Over 3,400 assorted rounds of ammunition and nine hand grenades were stolen from the British Infantry Battalion troops on Thursday morning." ...

"The stolen ammo included 1,600 bullets of 7.62mm caliber, used in G3 and AK 47 rifles, 1,800 of 5.56 mm caliber for small firearms including pistols and the nine hand grenades." ...
 

South Africa: High-rolling cops nabbed
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"It is a Robin Hood tale with a twist: three policemen allegedly taking ill-gotten gains worth millions of rands from their robbery suspects to enrich themselves."

"Three members of the Johannesburg Serious and Violent Crimes Unit, who were arrested on Friday as the Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU) attached all their property and bank accounts, have appeared in court, charged with theft, assault and defeating the ends of justice."

"The charges relate to the theft of money and other property from both suspected robbers - some of whom were allegedly assaulted to obtain information on their loot - and ordinary people known to have valuables in their possession." ...
 

Canada: Police urged to lobby for convicted RCMP officer
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"Canadian police officers are being urged to write letters to support an RCMP officer convicted of manslaughter after shooting a prisoner in a holding cell."

"Const. Mike Ferguson faces at least four years in jail for killing Darren Varley, who died in 1999 in Pincher Creek. Organizers of the letter-writing campaign want Ferguson's conviction appealed. They're urging police across the country to send letters to the Alberta and federal justice ministers as well as RCMP leaders."

"Ferguson faces a minimum sentence of four years and a maximum of life in prison because he used a firearm." ...

"Wilson argues that the mandatory sentence for manslaughter with a gun should not apply because Ferguson's job required him to carry it." ...
 

Ireland: Jury finds garda not guilty of assault
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"A jury of eight women and four men have found a community garda not guilty of striking three 'Reclaim the Streets' protesters with his baton two years ago."

"Garda Donal Corcoran, of Mountjoy Garda Station was unanimously found not guilty of all three counts of assault causing harm to Oisin Breen, Butterfield Park, Rathfarnham, Katie Crean, New Cabra Road, Dublin 7 and Brian Hayden, Knockmore Grove, Tallaght on May 6, 2002."

"His family and friends broke down in tears as the unanimous verdict of the jury was delivered in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court following deliberations of two hours 33 minutes on day-six of the trial." ...
 

WV: Hunting brings big dollars to W.Va.
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"Hunting in West Virginia isn’t just a hobby or pastime -- it is a big business generating hundreds of millions of dollars each year."

"The most recent statistics from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources show hunting of all types generated nearly $244 million in retail sales and more than 6,200 jobs statewide in 2000." ...

"Unlike in many areas of the country where urban development has reduced the number of hunters, West Virginia has taken advantage of the 88 percent of the state that is forested, Knight said. About 40,000 non-residents a year come into the state to hunt mainly deer, turkey and bear." ...
 

NV: Nevada Rifle Remains Undefeated
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"Nevada remained undefeated with three victories over the weekend here as the match came down to the final shots fired by each team. Nevada (9-0) edged UTEP and host U.S. Air Force Academy 2331 to 2322 and 2314 in small bore and held on for a 4647 to 4607 (Air Force) and to 4598 (UTEP) victory in air Sunday."

"Nevada's Meghann Morrill and Dawn Tarbet set new records for the Wolf Pack women in small bore as Morrill set the standard in air with a 589 and Tarbet shot 587, also eclipsing the previous mark. The Pack set a new team record for small bore with the 2331 and the women's team set a mark with a 2289 score in air." ...
 

PA: Pa. Season Will Offer Opportunities and Challenges
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"Hunters will have more chances to take big bucks statewide and deer numbers appear to be solid in many areas for the opening of Pennsylvania's two-week rifle deer season, which begins Nov. 29, according to reports from Pennsylvania Game Commission field officers."

"'Our deer hunters have every right to be excited about the upcoming season,' said Game Commission Executive Director Vern Ross. 'We're in the third year of antler restrictions for bucks and some real wall-hangers are being seen in just about every county.'"

"'What's more, hunters should have good opportunities to harvest antlerless deer in the still relatively new two-week rifle season for both antlered and antlerless deer ...'" ...
 

TX: Rare is hunter who hits the bottle
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"The stereotypical deer hunter is depicted in caricature as a pot-bellied, unshaven, unshowered man in flannel jacket and untied boots. He has hay straw protruding from a corner of his mouth and is carrying a rifle in one hand and a flask in the other."

"The flask is what's incorrect about that picture."

"Opponents can disagree as much as they like with recreational hunting in principle, but their contention that most sportsmen mix guns and alcohol in the field is false."

"'Our (game wardens) don't encounter drunken people hunting much anymore,' said Jim Stinebaugh, director of law enforcement for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department."

"... hunters have fewer accidents than participants in almost any other leisure-time activity that's more physical than chess or reading." ...
 

NJ: NOT A TOY: Fourth-graders learn gun safety
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"'If you find a gun, don't touch it,' instructed Patrolman Lisa Griffin of the Union Beach police department."

"Griffin led a week-long program at the end of October on gun safety for kindergarten through fourth-grade students ..."

"Griffin explained that although adults may not know the way to handle the situation upon finding a gun, a child's curiosity can do further damage."

"'You could be interfering with an investigation,' she said. 'How many of you have seen CSI?'"

"With that almost all the students in the room raised their hands."

"'Then you know the importance of forensics and not getting your fingerprints on the gun.'"

"'Don't guns have locks on them?' asked 10-year-old Michael Terpak." ...
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Submitter's Comment: So all these "lock up your safety" campaigns do is tell kids that they can play with any gun they find, because it will be 'locked'.
 

ID: Police Dreading the Look-alike Toy Guns
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"According to federal statistics, more than 21-thousand injuries were caused in 2002 by air-guns. Now, manufacturers are making these guns look so realistic, police officers are second guessing when to fire in self-defense."

"Just this weekend, police were called to the Ammon Wal-Mart when someone reported a man brandishing a gun.. it looked real, but it wasn't.. so how are police to know?"

"Two of four guns I looked at today were real and two were not, but it was extremely hard to tell the difference. It was frightening said the store clerk. Now, police have to determine whether a gun is a look-alike or real before taking that potentially fatal shot in self-defense. ..." ...
 

CA: Tri-City area police to give away gun locks to promote safety
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"With the holidays rapidly approaching, local police departments are giving early presents to residents who own guns: the gift of safety."

"In an effort to decrease the chance of accidental death or injury during a time when so many people are home, police departments are offering free gun locks with no strings attached."

"'We wanted to get the word out to the community that they are available,' said Debra Nunn, management analyst with the Fremont Police Department's Office of Neighborhoods, which focuses on crime prevention." ...
 

NY: Bullet hits expectant B'klyn mom
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"A pregnant woman was shot by her boyfriend while he was fiddling with a submachine gun in his bathroom in Brooklyn yesterday morning, police said."

"The woman, Ebony Oden ... was visiting her boyfriend, Chance Kemar, 21, yesterday at his apartment ..."

"They were both in his bathroom at around 11:30 a.m. when he pulled out his submachine pistol and began handling it in front of her, police said."

"He accidentally discharged the pistol, striking his girlfriend, who is four months pregnant and carrying his child. Oden was shot in the right leg, police said."

"Police officers responding to the incident recovered from Kemar's apartment the MAC-10, which is capable of firing 1,200 rounds per minute." ...
 

CA: Shooting irritates neighbors
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"After years of fitful attempts to shut down or move a pistol range in Grant Park, west Ventura residents this week will again make an emotional plea for its closure."

"The public, city-owned range, which principally serves as the training facility for Ventura Police and other law enforcement agencies, has long been an irritant to some neighbors, who say they often are subjected to the sound of gunfire from morning until evening."

"'When it gets to the point where it's bam, bam, bam -- those things kind of crawl on your nerves,' said Charlie Kellogg, who lives on Cedar Street. 'At times, it sends every dog in the neighborhood barking.'" ...
 

South Africa: Business Must Adapt to New Firearms Act, Says Minister
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"Government did not consider the economic effect of the Firearms Control Act and will not consider changing the law if it was found to be adversely affecting certain businesses in the country, Safety and Security Minister Charles Nqakula has said."

"The Firearms Control Act, after being approved in 2000, was fully implemented in July this year. Reports of massive losses by gun dealers and difficulties in the hunting, film and private security industries have followed the full implementation of the act." ...

"[Nqakula] said that no job losses were anticipated due to the implementation of the act, but 'businesses need to adapt to the new requirements of firearms control legislation to function as viable economic entities'." ...
 

UK: Police 'close in' on killer
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"Detectives investigating the brutal shooting of a Midland soldier said today they were closing in on his killer."

"The 9mm pistol used in the murder of Trooper Narel Sharpe in Smethwick two months ago has now been recovered by police."

"Two of the soldier's friends have also been quizzed by detectives over the September 4 murder, which took place as he was returning home on leave from the Queen's Royal Hussars in Germany."

"Det Chief Insp Andy Hough said today that important new information had come in over the last few days and the inquiry had taken major steps forward."

"'We have now arrested a total of half a dozen people, but the man we are after is not amongst them.'" ...
 

India: Gun running at large, police draw a blank
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"Almost 90% of the firearms used for crime in the city are said to be illegal. And, it’s threatening to get worse."

"The number of illegal firearms seized as well as cases of Arms Act have gone up by almost 30% this year."

"While 485 such firearms had been seized last year, this year the figure has already gone up to more than 600." ...

"From the rudimentary katta — a rusty pipe attached to a crude wooden grip and a trigger — to the more sophisticated guns smuggled in from China and Pakistan, the illegal gun market is clearly thriving."

"'There are around 55,000 licensed weapons in the city but we suspect that the number of illegal firearms is six times the number,' admits a senior police officer ..." ...
 

Sudan: In Darfur, do-it-yourself security
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... "Yet the profusion of weapons is a stark reminder of how deep the troubles are in western Sudan. As many as 70,000 people have been killed and 1.8 million displaced since fighting broke out between rebels and the government early last year. Despite attempts by the international community to stop what the US calls genocide, the violence continues. So more and more Darfurians are taking security into their own hands."

"'Many people in rural areas have had guns for a long time to protect their pastures or herds, especially since desertification increased competition for resources,' says a man named Talha. 'But for those who retain land in such areas now, possessing a gun has become regarded as a necessity.'" ...
 

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