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Do lead bullets continue to be a hazard after they land?
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"There were 20 million metric tons of lead bullets fired in the United States in the 20th century. Is that lead having an environmental impact?" ...

"Professor James Craig, now retired, and [Professor Donald] Rimstidt [professor in the Department of Geosciences] looked first at lead corrosion and whether lead is leaching into the water table or streams. 'Lead metal is unstable when it is in contact with air and water. It corrodes and forms hydrocerrussite, the white coating seen on old bullets in museums. That slows corrosion,' Rimstidt said."

"However some lead escapes, he said. 'But we learned that it is absorbed in the top few inches of soil and does not migrate beyond that,' Rimstidt said. 'Lead is not very mobile. It does not wash away in surface or ground water.'" ...
 

Kerry is against gun rights [letter]
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It is not often that the National Rifle Association agrees with anti-gun lobbyists. But when it comes to Sen. John Kerry, both pro- and anti-gun organizations agree: John Kerry is the most anti-gun rights candidate in U.S. history.

Since he has been in the Senate, he has voted more that 50 times to restrict the right to keep and bear arms. It is called the Second Amendment, it can be found in the U.S. Constitution. As a law-abiding citizen, this is one of the rights we enjoy.

Leading up to Election Day, John Kerry will no doubt pose with a few more shotguns and say he's pro-gun. But gunowners aren't so easily fooled. Check the record. We know where John Kerry stands, and it's not with gunowners, nor with freedom.

Come Election Day I urge voters to show him where freedom-loving citizens stand.
 

Study says BB guns injure thousands each year
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"A study has found that air rifles, paintball pistols and BB guns injure as many as 21,000 Americans each year, undermining the notion that such weapons are harmless in the hands of young people."

"Nonpowder guns kill an average of four Americans yearly, and from 1990 to 2000, there were 39 such deaths — 32 of children younger than 15, according to a report in November's issue of Pediatrics."
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Submitter's comment: Next, "nonpowder guns;" after that, knives; after that, pointed sticks.

Poster's Comment: And between 2000 and 2004 alone there were 22 deaths directly from high school football. "If it saves one child . . ."
 

KS: State rep foes speak out
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"Republican John Grange and Democrat Dr. Sarah Johnston, both of El Dorado and each currently a member of the El Dorado USD 490 School Board, are the candidates for 75th District state representative in next Tuesday's general election." ...

"The Times asked Grange and Johnston to respond to the following questions:" ...

"9.) Do you support or oppose concealed carry?" ...

"John Grange" ...

"9.) I support concealed carry by individuals properly trained in the use of a firearm and if they are licensed. I do support Second Amendment rights." ...

"Sarah Johnston" ...

"9.) I oppose concealed carry. Although some people believe they are safer carrying a gun, the truth is that deaths by suicide, homicide or accidental death significantly outnumber deaths attributable to self defense." ...
 

NY: Queens homeowner fights off robbers
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"A former Israeli Army officer wrestled a gun from a robber who stormed into his Kew Gardens Hills apartment with an accomplice yesterday, police and witnesses said."

"Aharon Shallit, 65, whose son was slain during a 1990 robbery, then tried to fire the 9-millimeter pistol at one of the perpetrators. There were no bullets in it, though, and the men escaped with about $700."

""'He wanted to shoot him in the back but the gun wasn't working,' said Shallit's wife, Yaffa, 51."

"The Shallits said it was the second time in two weeks that attackers stormed their home, where they also run a telephone card distribution business." ...
 

DC: Officer sentenced [third story on page]
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A D.C. police officer was sentenced yesterday to serve 30 days in jail for an off-duty attack in which he struck a man with the butt of a shotgun.

The officer, Gregory Smith, 40, had pleaded guilty in August to simple assault and possession of a prohibited weapon, the U.S. attorney's office said. Smith is resigning from the police department as part of his plea agreement.

According to prosecutors, on May 1, Smith went to the Northeast Washington home of his ex-wife and encountered her and a friend. Brandishing the shotgun, Smith confronted them and then hit his ex-wife's friend in the forehead. In sentencing Smith, Judge Kaye K. Christian gave him a total of about 18 months but suspended all but 30 days of the jail time.
 

MD: Marshal's Role as Officer Is Key Question in Shooting
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"Montgomery County investigators are trying to determine whether an off-duty deputy U.S. marshal was performing in his capacity as a law enforcement officer when he shot and killed a motorist after a confrontation on Rockville Pike on Thursday night, authorities said." ...

"If authorities conclude that Lloyd fired the shots while acting in a law enforcement capacity and in justifiable self-defense, they could decide that criminal charges are not warranted. Law officers have more legal latitude than do civilians to shoot if they believe their lives or the lives of others are in danger." ...
 

Sri Lanka: Cops, robbers reverse roles
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"A dangerous trend has set in where serious crime is now being committed by policemen and armed services personnel who have been involved in daring robberies in the past few weeks. If this trend is not reversed or nipped in the bud it could have serious consequences in the social fabric of the society, Social Scientists, say." ...

"The public too have become accustomed to read gruesome killings and robberies in newspapers daily. But what is alarming and frightful is when these serious crimes are committed by policemen or by service personnel that have posed a serious problem to law enforcement authorities. It had been revealed that weapons that are issued to service personnel and policemen are used in big time robberies and other criminal activities." ...
 

South Africa: Policeman arrested after Frankfort farm attack
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"Four men, including an alleged policeman, were arrested in Heidelberg yesterday following a farm attack at Frankfort, in the eastern Free State." ...

"Christopher Mophiring, another police spokesperson, says one of the suspects was a policeman based in Tokoza, Alberton. Mophiring says the uniformed policeman entered Riverside Farm at 11am, with his three alleged accomplices, claiming to investigate a rape case on the farm before he drew his firearm and asked the farm-owner, Pieter Bothma, where the safe was. Mophiring said the men then took the money and firearms, locked four Bothma family members and their domestic worker in the bathroom and fled." ...
 

India: Report signals alarm on 'rising' encounter deaths
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"Police encounters are on the rise and the casualties are increasing every year, says a report by the People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) and People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL)." ...

"Encounter killings, it says, are becoming a routine phenomenon in cities like Delhi. Unless there is growing awareness of the need to verify police version, alert media attention towards follow-up and police accountability for its own actions, such deaths will only grow in numbers, the report adds." ...

"'Unlike other unnatural deaths which can and do happen in the custody of police, encounter deaths are not the accidental results of investigations and torture. A well armed police posse is positioned to specifically kill the accused. They are, therefore, summary killings by the state which need to be examined,' says the report." ...
 

India: Murder case filed against Gujarat cops
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"The Saifabad police on Monday registered a case of murder against the Gujarat police for killing Mujaheed Salim Hashmi on Sunday night."

"The case was based on a complaint lodged by Raziuddin Nasir, son of Moulana Naseeruddin, the cleric whose arrest by the Gujarat police triggered the riot at the DGP's office resulting in the death of Hashmi."

"No police officer in the Gujarat contingent from the Ahmedabad Central Crime Station has been specifically named in the first information report (FIR) as the complainant had only named the 'Gujarat police' as the accused, police commissioner R P Singh said." ...
 

India: An Encounter - fake or real?
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"People at large are finding it difficult to believe the version of the Gujarat Police regarding the recent encounter near Ahmedabad on 15 June 04 in which they claimed to have gunned down four Lakshar-e Toiba terrorists who were said to be on a mission to kill Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. It appears to be a fake encounter but the Gujarat police is feeding media day in and day out with new pieces of evidence against the dead accused to convince the people about the genuineness of its action. However the police has been trying to divert attention of the people from the main issue."

"The main issue is whether it was necessary to kill them even if it is assumed that they had terrorists links? ..." ...
 

UK: Off-duty Pcs in 'brawl' on ice
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"Two off-duty police officers caused a mass brawl when they clashed during an ice hockey match in Cardiff, the city's crown court has heard."

"South Wales Pc Christopher Thomas, 29, allegedly punched his opponent, an officer from the Kent force in the final minute of a cup match." ...

"During the last minute of the cup encounter, which the home side, were winning easily, Pc Thomas, 29, from Caerphilly, ripped off his gloves - a sign of aggression in ice hockey - and punched Mr Ratcliffe, a probationer in the Kent force, in the mouth, said Mr Hollier."

"The Kent officer, who had earlier been booked for illegally ploughing into the defendant, then dropped to the ice and covered his head with his hands." ...
 

Philippines: 3 Crame cops held for P’sinan shooting
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"Three policemen based at Camp Crame’s Computer Center in Quezon City are detained here for shooting a fellow lawman Saturday night."

"Senior Inspector Bernardino Barbiran, the town’s police chief, said PO1s Noel Tamayo, Allan Ponce and Joel Claro were drunk when they fired at one of his men, PO1 Teody Abalos, but missed."

"The three Camp Crame policemen came here to visit a friend and were on their way back to Metro Manila ... when they attacked Abalos for no reason at all in Barangay Pilar at about 7 p.m., Barbiran said."

"He said Abalos, who was then en route to the municipal police station on board a motorcycle, does not know his attackers personally." ...
 

Kenya: Officers Held Over Theft of Sacco's Sh8m
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"Seven policemen and five other people have been arrested over the theft of Sh8 million from a farmers' co-operative society in North Nandi District."

"Those arrested include the chairman and two employees of Nandi Tea Rural Savings and Credit Co-operative Society."

"The others include two Administration Police officers from North Nandi, who lost their guns to the robbers, two Criminal Investigation Department officers from Uasin Gishu and three regular policemen from Keiyo District."

"Police are looking for the owner of a Mercedes Benz car used in the robbery. The car has been impounded and Sh305,000 of the cash recovered, according to sources close to the investigators." ...
 

LA: Three students arrested after gun found at Shreveport school
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Three students were arrested at an elementary and middle school Monday after a gun was found hidden in a locker.

Authorities found the unloaded pistol at Turner Elementary and Middle School after getting a tip. A student overheard talk about the gun and alerted a police officer who works at the school, police spokeswoman Kacee Hargrave said.

Two 14-year-olds and a 13-year-old were booked into the Caddo Parish juvenile jail on charges of having a weapon on a school campus. Their names were not released.
 

VA: Orange seals school to search for gunman [first story on page]
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"There were some tense moments yesterday afternoon at Orange County High School when it was locked down about 2:45 p.m. after a school employee reported they'd seen someone run across its parking lot carrying a rifle or shotgun."

"Sheriff Charles Feldman said the employee described someone wearing a black T-shirt and camouflage pants."

"Once the school was locked down, an exterior search of the school and grounds was conducted, including the school's roof as well as vehicles and buses outside. Deputies then searched inside the school before the students were released and allowed to go home." ...
 

OR: Oregon gets gun school with a reputation
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"Clint Smith looks natty in a green bulletproof vest and a holstered, ivory-gripped pistol as he strides across his unfinished shooting school in the mountains north of Lakeview."

"But the man who teaches gunfighting to Navy SEALs, Delta Force operators and assorted civilians is nothing if not modest."

"'Almost everyone on the planet is a better shot than me or faster than me,' Smith says with a slow smile. 'The issue is, who is using cover best? Who is using better tactics?'"

"Smith, 55, and his wife, Heidi, 37, are relocating Thunder Ranch, their Texas-based tactical shooting school, to an 886-acre ranch in remote Lake County on the California border. It will open in February in a county with high unemployment and limited tourism."
 

MI: Gun range hearing focuses on noise
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"Township officials are expected to discuss recent court hearings surrounding the noise level at the Island Lake Recreation Area gun range at Wednesday's meeting."

"Richard Marker, a professional in sound measurements, testified at an evidentiary hearing in Livingston County Circuit Court on Friday that recent sound tests showed blasts from the gun range exceeded the 65 decibels as far as one mile from the range."

"Marker told the court that the noise went as high as 71.2 decibels outside the home of Richard Wiegand, who lives about a mile north of the range ..." ...
 

Canada: Iqaluit council pushes for better firearm safety
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"Guns that are not safely stored threaten public safety across Nunavut and the City of Iqaluit should take the initiative to help people in the community learn to use and store guns in a responsible manner, councillor Glenn Williams told council in a member's statement on Tuesday." ...

"Many people simply aren't aware that they need to store guns safely, Williams said, and don't realize that they can be held responsible if their gun is used in a criminal act." ...
 

UK: Airgun victim, 11, serious
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AN 11-year-old boy is still in a serious condition in hospital today after being accidentally shot him in the eye by a friend.

Scott Heap, of Aultmore Road, Barlanark, and a school friend were playing with what they believed was an empty air pistol in his friend's bedroom on Saturday afternoon.

His friend held the airgun up to Scott's face so he could feel the air discharge from the weapon when the trigger was pulled. However, the gun was loaded with a pellet.

Scott was rushed to the Southern General Hospital where staff fought to stabilise his condition.

A report will be sent to the procurator-fiscal.
 

Thailand: The hunt for Beer
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"A gang of teenage thugs picked the wrong guy to attack and rob in the early hours of October 21. Their intended victim turned out to be an off-duty police officer with a loaded pistol."

"At 3:30 am, the four gang members were riding their motorbikes ... waiting for a victim to pounce on."

"From behind them, on a motorcycle, approached unsuspecting off-duty police officer Pol Sgt Wanlop Thongkong, 28. As he tried to pass the youths, they cut in front of him, forcing him to slow down. One youth stuck a length of bamboo pole through the spokes of his motorcycle, sending bike and rider crashing to the pavement." ...

"'But as they were trying to steal my motorbike too, I pulled out my gun and started firing. I just kept blasting away until all six bullets had been fired. Then I phoned in for help,' said Sgt Wanlop."
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Submitter's Note: Armed self-defense works!
 

South Africa: New non-lethal alternative to firearms
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"A new non-lethal defence system, PepperBall, which could change the face of security and law enforcement in South Africa is due to hit the local market after setting a highly successful track record in the United States for maintaining public safety. Cape-based entrepreneur Rod Panagos is bringing the PepperBall system to South Africa." ...

"Designed and developed by PepperBall Technologies Inc in San Diego, California the PepperBall system packs an effective triple punch of impact, surprise and respiratory irritation that quickly subdues potentially aggressive suspects or troublemakers, without seriously harming them - and, it doesn’t require a license." ...
 

UK: Gun victim dies in fourth bid to kill him
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"A man who had already survived three attempts on his life has been shot dead by a masked gunman. Richard Holmes, 25, died from wounds after he was ambushed in the east end of Glasgow in a suspected gangland vendetta." ...

"On Sunday evening, Holmes and three others, aged 18, 20 and 37, were standing at a footpath next to Royston Library in Royston Road, Glasgow, when a masked man approached them on foot with a pistol and fired several shots."

"Despite being rushed to Glasgow Royal Infirmary Holmes died of his wounds in hospital. Two other men, believed to be Kieran Crawford, 18, and Craig Sampson, 20, were treated but police said yesterday their wounds were not life-threatening. The fourth man escaped injury." ...
 

Ireland: Gardaí 'unable to search crowd' before graveyard shooting
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"Gardaí were unable to search an assembled crowd of up to 80 travellers outside a Sligo cemetery on the day a traveller was fatally shot in the back at a family funeral, the Central Criminal Court has heard."

"Inspector James Curry said he told one of the accused, Mr Michael 'Hitler' McDonagh snr at Ballymote cemetery that gardaí wished to search the crowd for weapons."

"'He told me I shouldn't allow the Wards in Ballymote'." ...

"On the day of the funeral in Ballymote of Mr 'Skillet' Ward ... gardaí in Sligo had organised a policing plan for the funeral. There was a heavy garda presence on the roads around the graveyard with gardaí checking all vehicles for weapons." ...
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Submitter's Note: 'Heavy' garda presence, vehicle searches, draconian anti-gun laws, and still there was a shooting!
 

Ireland: Two arrested after arms find
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Two men in their 20s have been arrested and a substantial quantity of arms and ammunition has been seized , following a raid on a house in Clonee in Dublin.

The raid is part of the garda operation delivery, the investigation into robberies of cash in transit vans and ATM machines.

Detectives found a machine gun, a sawn-off shotgun, a 9mm pistol and over 100 rounds of ammunition hidden in the bedroom. The ammunition was for each weapon.
 

Philippines: 6 robbers shoot 2, take P360T payroll
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"A manager of a manpower service company and his utility worker were wounded when six robbers ambushed them and grabbed their P360,000 payroll yesterday afternoon."

""The heist happened just as they were nearing their client’s firm ..."

"Robert Gelbolingo, 38, Welldone Job Inc. manager, was driving an Isuzu Fuego pickup when two men, armed with automatic pistols, emerged from a parked white Citrasco taxi as they were two meters from the gate of Detalia Furniture."

"The two men then started shooting. Two companions stayed inside the taxi."

"After the armed robbers grabbed the bag containing the money, two men, each riding motorcycles, arrived and signaled them and the two men inside the taxi to get on the bikes." ...
 

Russia: Chukotka police change cash for guns
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"A Chukotka resident who handed more than 1.5 tons of gun-powder to local police will receive 800,000 rubles ($ 27,586) – the largest sum ever paid by police to volunteers disposing of weapons, the region’s administration site www.chukotka.org reported on October 28."

"The resident of the Shmidtovsky County is reported to have collected the gun-powder on the spot of an abandoned military unit located on the Shmidt Bay in Chukotka."

"Police inspector Vitaly Sozykin reported that since the beginning of 2004, Chukotka’s residents brought to police one rifle, seven smooth-bore guns, over 4, 000 ammunition items and over 60 kilograms of explosives. ..." ...
 

India: Outrage at guns for sterilisation policy
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... "Beneath the rural idyll, however, lies a village in torment because of a radical new population control measure: guns for sterilisation."

"Three months ago, officials in three districts of Uttar Pradesh, India's largest and most populous state, announced that to obtain a single-barrel shotgun, two people would need to be sterilised; for a revolver licence, the price would be five."

"What happened to the quintet of farm workers perspiring in the fields around the village of Shashitanda appears to be the unhappy result of the radical policy. In late July, a rich farmer seeking a gun licence is said to have had all five forcibly sterilised at a nearby clinic." ...
 

New Zealand: Self defence changes not a good idea - Goff
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"Law changes permitting the use of firearms in self-defence and the protection of property would encourage people to take the law into their own hands, Justice Minister Phil Goff said today."

"The ACT Party's justice spokesman, Stephen Franks, yesterday released his draft Crimes (Self-Defence) Amendment Bill which he says will stop people in rural areas feeling helpless against an intruder."

"The bill seeks to restore the defence of provocation, which was removed in the 1980 Crimes Act."

"Although Mr Goff admitted there was confusion around what was permitted in self-defence, he said ACT's proposal would only further confuse people." ...
 

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