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Seegars v Ashcroft: A collective right
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"Although most of the plaintiffs had their claims dismissed as not ripe for review, one plaintiff did survive to reach the merits of the case, and a substantial (if errant) ruling on the 2nd Amendment was the result. I discuss the basics of that ruling here." ...

"The judge proceeds to cite and discuss US v Miller, following the popular anti-gun misreading of that case, and also spends time analyzing the cases which Miller itself cited. ..." ...
 

A 10-gun salute to the end of the assault weapons ban
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"I have a certain affinity for firearms. I served in the military as an infantryman in the 10th Mountain Division, based out of Fort Drum, New York. I saw combat with that same unit in Somalia. These experiences taught me the value of firearms, and I came to really enjoy shooting as both a hobby and a sport. So when people start talking about banning firearms, I get a little concerned." ...

"What we need is real common-sense gun control. There's no need to ban all guns. That's as absurd as saying anyone can buy any gun they want, but the whole song and dance of buying a firearm is turned into a tedious ritual that only the law-abiding citizen need go through." ...
 

Smith & Wesson Adds to Gun Safety Line-up
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"Smith & Wesson, the legendary 152-year old firearms manufacturer has announced the signing of a long term license for handgun safes with American Security Co. of Fontana, CA. AMSEC will develop a complete line of compact home safes for introduction this Fall to sporting goods and specialty trade channels; and will be featured on the Smith & Wesson e-commerce site, www.smith-wesson.com." ...
 

NC: Accused Killer Of Exotic Dancer [Who Was 'Protected' By Restraining Order] In Court
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"On Wednesday, a judge decided Servidio's bond was to be set at $2 million."

"Servidio is charged with first-degree murder of Karen Medford. He called police to Medford's home on Southshore Drive in Cornelius on June 27, 2004. Karen died from blunt-force trauma to the head."

"Investigators say there were signs of a struggle all over Medford's home. They said there was a history of domestic violence between Servidio and Medford. Medford had previously filed a restraining order against Servidio at the time of her death." ...
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Submitter's Note: As far as I can see the only useful thing about these restraining orders is they provide justification when you kill the abuser in self-defense.
 

RI: Deputy sheriff charged with domestic assault in beating of girlfriend
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"A deputy sheriff with a history of domestic troubles was charged Thursday night with felony domestic assault after the police found his girlfriend handcuffed, 'incoherent and seriously beaten' in the couple's kitchen."

"Lawrence D'Arezzo, 48, of 121 Tidewater Drive, called the police at 8:36 p.m. Thursday, saying his girlfriend was hurting herself, Cmdr. Mark S. Titus, Warwick's deputy police chief, said yesterday."

"When officers arrived, they found Jo-Ann Nardolillo, 50, with a broken nose, broken eye socket and cuts and bruises on her face, Lt. Paul L. Andrews said in court yesterday. D'Arezzo told them that he had handcuffed Nardolillo to protect her from further injury." ...
 

MD: Alleged Deserter Charged In Ocean City Stick-Ups
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"Resort police arrested an Army deserter this week for sticking up two stores within a block of where he was staying in a week’s time."

"Morris Arzah Johnson, 19, of no fixed address, was arrested in connection with the Nov. 5 armed robbery of the Java Beach Café at 1st Street and the Nov. 12 armed robbery of the 7-Eleven Store on North Division Street. Morris was temporarily staying at the Boardwalk One condos on 1st Street."

"'Both of these robberies occurred about a block away from where he was staying,' OCPD Public Information Officer Barry Neeb said." ...
 

India: INPT alleges police atrocities and rape in Tripura district
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"The opposition Indigenous Nationalist Party of Tripura (INPT) today alleged the police had 'terrorised' villages in West Tripura district, with a number of residents beaten up and three girls gangraped."

"A police and CRPF team, led by officer-in-charge of Kalyanpur police station, raided Debatabari and Malawthwi villages on November seven and allegedly injured 12 persons, including five women by hitting them with batons and rifle butts, INPT General Secretary, Rabindra Debbarma told newsmen here."

"A group of policemen also allegedly took away three girls and gangraped them, he said."

"He said the two vilages did not fall under the jurisdiction of Kalyanpur police station." ...
 

UK: Former Para gets 5 years for gun raid on city home
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"AN EX-PARA was jailed for five years for subjecting a woman to a terrifying gun-point ordeal."

"His bouncer accomplice was given a four-year sentence - because he had a clean record."

"An earlier trial heard how the two, wearing boiler suits and stocking masks, ambushed Diane Bouwer in her property developer boyfriend’s Edinburgh home."

"She thought she was going to be raped, but instead they demanded £20,000 before forcing her into a dark cupboard."

"One man had a pistol and the other a stun gun."

"Jason Davies, 34, of Kirkham, Lancashire, and bouncer Michael Chamberlain, 31, of Westhills, Aberdeenshire, were found guilty of abduction and attempted extortion." ...
 

Mexico: Mexican police detain group accused of killing for Mexican drug cartel in Tijuana
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"Five men accused of working together as assassins for a major Mexican drug trafficking organization were captured Friday in connection with at least seven homicides and five kidnappings, state prosecutors announced."

"The suspects, who included one current and two former municipal police officials, were captured outside a local business they apparently were planning to rob ..."

"The reputed leader of the group is Joaquin Torres Pineda, a former Tijuana police officer who was known as 'El Robocop' and accused of acting as a bodyguard to members of the Arellano Felix family. The Arellano Felix cartel is believed to control a powerful and ruthless cocaine and marijuana smuggling gang based in this crime-plagued city." ...
 

UK: Man on gun charges freed in jail blunder
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"Police in Manchester were last night hunting a man charged with a series of attempted murders and gun offences who was released from jail by mistake."

"One of Greater Manchester police's most senior officers warned that Bobby Phipps ... was dangerous and appealed to the public for help in tracking him down."

"The force has issued a picture of Phipps and has moved to protect witnesses and victims who may be in danger. Officers have appealed to Phipps to give himself up."

"He was remanded in custody by magistrates last Friday but was freed from Manchester prison, formerly known as Strangeways, on Monday."

"Police did not learn of his release until Thursday, the day before he was due to appear at Manchester crown court." ...
 

ME: Gun photos on Web site trouble chief, principal
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"Four Portland High School students have been suspended and could face more trouble after posting photos of themselves posing with handguns on a Web site."

"Portland's police chief says he wants them expelled and wants the guns surrendered ..."

"[Police Chief] Chitwood showed the pictures at a Thursday morning news conference and said he's pursuing the case aggressively because he wants to prevent 'a Columbine,' ..." ...
 

CA: Sacramento Charter High beefs up security
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"The teacher first thought a broom had fallen. When she realized a gun had gone off in her classroom she alerted security staff at Sacramento Charter High School. They dialed 911."

"A few weeks earlier, another student was trying to sell a .22-caliber automatic pistol for $150 on the campus football field. The student was arrested and expelled, officials said."

"The two incidents, along with fights and gang activity, spurred school officials to hire a security consultant and add three private security officers. They also closed two traffic entrances to the Oak Park campus and required students to carry identification at all times." ...
 

MO: Missouri girl in juvenile custody in scheme to shoot students
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"A southwest Missouri high school girl was in juvenile custody Friday after she compiled a list of 16 students she allegedly planned to shoot, authorities said."

"None of the people on the list was harmed, authorities said."

"Joplin police Cmdr. Jim Hounschell said she did not have a gun but she did have access to weapons. Hounschell said police found guns in the girl's home but no ammunition."

"The alleged plot began to unravel Wednesday when the parents of a fellow Joplin High School student learned the 14-year-old girl was planning what she referred to as a 'school shooting.'"

"The parents called police, who got the school's administrators and resource officer involved." ...
 

AZ: Sexual assault cases have college students on edge
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"At an all-girl's dorm on campus Friday, college girls practiced self-defense."

"'Knowing basic self-defense moves will be helpful just in case you ever get put into a situation where you're caught off-guard,' says UA freshman Stephanie Jambrek." ...

"Students are on edge with good reason. On Tuesday, a man tried to sexually assault a woman outside her apartment near Tyndall and Adams."

"On Thursday, there was a second attempted rape in a week at the University House apartments on Anklam and Greasewood." ...
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Submitter's Note: The University's weapons policy bars students and visitors from carrying a weapon on campus.
 

CT: High School Rifle Club causing issues in New London
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"A rifle club at a Southeastern Connecticut High School has come under fire. Some say putting guns in the hands of students is the wrong lesson to teach."

"Despite those concerns The Board of Education in Montville approved the rifle club."

"Control, accuracy and safety are just some of the lessons learned at the Quaker hill Rod and Gun club." ...
 

Hunters Growing Disenchanted With the NRA (JTO)
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"Michael Furtman, an avid hunter and ardent Democrat, once belonged to the National Rifle Association. But he says that unless the NRA changes its ways dramatically, there is little chance that he'll ever join again."

"Furtman lives in Duluth, Minn., in the heart of a region where the term 'Democratic gun owner' is not an oxymoron. 'Northern Minnesota is one of the most Democratic regions in the country,' he says, 'and most of the guys up here, almost to a person, are also avid hunters.'"

"And like many of them, Furtman has noticed in recent years that the NRA has become essentially a Republican organization. 'There seems to be no grasp within that organization that there are Democrats who are gun owners,' he says. 'Every election, they routinely endorse Republican candidates even when Democratic candidates have a better record' from the NRA's perspective." ...
 

Hunt with your son always a day to remember
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... "Both my children have been raised in a home where venison and walleye fillets are the norm and weekends fishing in the Dog River are expected. Yes, there is no doubt about it, the Bohonis household is outdoor central and I know both my children would not have it any other way. ..."

"Brad, my 13-year-old son has taken to the hunting and angling sports as well as any son of an addicted hunter and angler would. Since he was a young boy, he has accompanied me when I’m out in the wilds, either wetting a line or hanging a tree stand. He has bear hunted, deer and moose hunted, chased rainbow trout in the spring, jigged for walleye, set downriggers in the bay, and wing shot upland game. He has been taught survival skills, and how to skin just about every game animal there is." ...
 

MA: New home on the way for Cheshire Rod & Gun Club
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"The Rod & Gun Club will soon have a new home situated on Curran Road with an indoor pistol and archery range ideally by spring time, said Rick Gurney, club member and vice president of Adams Co-Operative Bank."

"Construction for the new club began this past summer."

"According to Gurney, the club's current location on the corner of Church Street and Cheese Factory Road will be put up for sale once the new club is completed." ...
 

ME: Deborah Wharf vs. the Royal River Rod and Gun Club
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"Deborah Wharf, owner and resident of Deb's Barnyard and Kennel in New Gloucester, is currently engaged in a civil suit against the Royal River Rod and Gun Club for what she claims is their negligent practices of handling of firearms."

"Hundreds of spent rounds of varying calibers have been recovered from Wharf's property, which adjoins that of the gun club, and have been submitted as evidence of the club's failure to adequately satisfy safety measures that include an impact area which must be capable of stopping rounds from going no further than the terminal end of the range." ...
 

WI: Deer camps as varied as types of hunters
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"Like many hunters, Jason Joling can't wait to get to deer camp this weekend. And it's not all about the deer."

"'Deer camp for the rifle season has turned into a tradition to see friends you don't see at other times during the year,' said Joling, 28, of Wisconsin Rapids. 'We play some cards at night, some sheepshead and poker, and that's about it. The group I hang out with tends to be pretty serious hunters and go to bed early.'"

"Joling's wife, Jennifer, 29, a hunter with five years of experience, isn't invited to join the guys during Saturday's opening of the nine-day gun season. Still, she's happy to help prepare for the hunt: Preparation is, after all, key to a successful deer camp." ...
 

PA: Hunters need to be safe in the field
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"Things are looking up for the 2004 firearms deer season, which opens Nov. 29, however, Pennsylvania Game Commission officials are concerned about a downward trend in hunter safety.

"The Commission said hunters have every right to be excited about the upcoming season. Commission Executive Director Vern Ross said the third year of antler restrictions should afford an opportunity for real wall hangers for just about every county. Moreover, Ross said hunters should have ample opportunity to harvest antlerless deer during the two-week rifle season during which both antlered or antlered deer may be taken." ...
 

IL: Deer Hunting & Learning
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"It's not a holiday, but for many hunters in East Central Illinois Friday is the day they look forward to all year."

"The first day of shot gun season means many local high school students are putting down their pencils and picking up guns."

"While some Cumberland High School students spend the day hunting other students are learning about the deer."

"It may not be your traditional classroom setting, but many student say they are learning a lot from the experience."

"Cumberland High School Biology teacher Lori Starwalt and her students spent the day at this deer check station in Greenup learning everything they could about the deer inside and out." ...
 

NJ: County's Guns for Cash program gets 154 weapons out of circulation
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"The resurgent Guns for Cash program netted 154 weapons at a program held last weekend, officials said."

"The program, run by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office and the Sheriff's Office, calls for cash payments to residents in exchange for weapons. Weapons that are received are destroyed, said Detective Robert C. Hostrup of the Prosecutor's Office."

"Hostrup said the number of weapons collected Nov. 12 and 13 at the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, Annex A, on Jerseyville Avenue, was comparative to the high numbers collected at events in 2000."

"Hostrup said the 154 weapons turned in included 70 handguns, 54 rifles, 29 shotguns and an assault weapon." ...
 

AZ: Cost triples to move sheriff's gun range
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"The price tag to relocate a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office shooting range from Sun City to an area south of Buckeye has tripled to $6 million. And Sheriff Joe Arpaio says he still doesn't think the project is necessary."

"'We're happy where we're at,' he said."

"For now, the project is still up in the air."

"County supervisors agreed two years ago to develop a regional shooting-range facility in a remote area of the Buckeye Hills Recreation Area. The action was taken at the request of Del Webb Corp./Pulte Homes."

"Residential zoning now surrounds the current outdoor shooting range, which was built in 1984. The county receives frequent noise complaints from residents." ...
 

NV: Free gunlock program helps promote safety
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"Ryan Ruiz joined the millions of people across the country who received free gunlocks Friday during a nationwide program to prevent accidental shootings that claim children’s lives each year."

Submitter's Note: 65 children (under 14) in 2001.

"The 28-year-old Washoe County resident stopped in front of Sportsman’s Warehouse in Reno, where the gunlocks also will be given away today during the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s annual Project ChildSafe program."

"With his infant daughter, Tiana, in a baby carrier and his 3-year-old son Tatum in tow, Ruiz said he wanted to get the gunlocks to protect his children." ...
 

UK: Jame Bond weapons in hands of gangs
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"THEY'RE chillingly ingenious, but as lethal as their larger, more obvious cousins."

"Harmless as they seem, the pens and key fob pictured here are not props from a James Bond film, but fully working, extremely dangerous guns."

"While gun-toting criminals have always tried to conceal or disguise their weapons, experts say firearms of this precision and minute size are a relatively new phenomenon in this country." ...

"This week Junior Collins ... was sentenced to six-and-a-half-years in jail after police officers who stopped him for speeding found him fumbling with this key fob in his pocket."

"One of the unarmed officers spotted the four-inch long fob, recognised it as a gun and confiscated it before anyone was hurt." ...
 

Australia: Rocket launcher battle goes to court
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"Tasmanians can own ex-military rocket launchers without a firearms licence or having to register them with Tasmania Police, the Devonport Magistrates Court heard on Friday."

"Witnesses testifying on behalf of Erriba man Peter Mielke, who is opposing a police application to dispose of a Korean War rocket launcher seized from him, told Magistrate Don Jones they did not believe Tasmanian law classed such weapons as firearms, The Mercury reported."

"Not being firearms under the Firearms Act 1996 meant they could be bought and owned without having a firearms licence, or needing to gain police approval."

"Royal Australian Navy Chief Petty Officer Andrew Harvey ... gave evidence a rocket launcher was considered ordinance, rather than a firearm." ...
 

UK: Police seize assault rifle
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An assault rifle commonly used by the American military was seized by police during a drugs raid.

The M16 rifle and two handguns were recovered in a raid in Hackney by officers from Scotland Yard's new Middle Market drugs squad. Detectives, who arrested four men, also recovered 29 kilos of heroin with a street value of £1.75 million.

The four, aged 61, 20, 55 and 21, three of whom are Turkish, were seized in the street in Portland Rise before police recovered the drugs and guns at a nearby property.

The seizure is the largest by the new customs and police drugs squad since its launch last month. The squad targets the middle-men or entrepreneurs responsible for distributing drugs around London.
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Submitter's Note: But guns and drugs are banned in the UK! Better pass another law.
 

UK: Knife crime soars 50% in four years
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"THE number of people caught carrying knives and other deadly weapons in Edinburgh has risen by 50 per cent in four years, shocking new figures today revealed."

"A total of 430 crimes involving possession of weapons were recorded last year in the city compared to 283 in 1999 - an increase of 51.9 per cent, according to statistics released by the Scottish Executive." ...

Knives are understood to account for the vast majority of incidents, although meat cleavers and samurai swords are among a wide array of weapons seized." ...
 

UK: Illegal Gunmakers Jailed for 19 Years
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"Two gun club officials whose fascination with weapons turned them to crime were jailed at the Old Bailey today for making sub-machine guns for the underworld."

"Robert Naylor, 49, from Morecambe, Lancashire was sentenced to a total of 10 years and fellow gun club member, James Greenwood, 56, also from Morecambe jailed for a total of nine years."

"Both were members of the Morecambe Rifle and Pistol club."

"The Common Serjeant of London, Judge Peter Beaumont told them that the kernel of their offending 'lay in your fascination with guns'."

"He added: 'You of all people knew precisely the risks you ran post-Dunblane. You allowed your fascination to over-ride your sense of responsibility.'" ...
 

UK: Gun drama at hostel
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"A HOMELESS shelter has been closed following a drama in which a man with a gun threatened a member of staff."

"The drunken man managed to get past security procedures at St Theresa's Day Centre in Manor House Street, Peterborough, and made threats with a gun when he was asked to leave."

"The man, who has been described as 'clearly intoxicated' lost his temper as staff were trying to usher him out and he pointed the weapon at a worker."

"Today, there was anger that it took police 50 minutes to act on a 999 call for help from an onlooker."

"The man collapsed during the tussle, but came to and left the centre before police officers arrived." ...
 

UK: 'Real guns' on sale in market for £5
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"IMITATION firearms that could be mistaken for the real thing are being sold from a toy stall in Walthamstow market."

"A variety of cheap authentic-looking replica guns are placed among an array of children's stocking fillers on the stall outside Sainsbury's in the High Street."

"It is not illegal to sell these items, but a draft police report into tackling gun crime in London states: 'Replica and imitation firearms appear to be the most common type of weapon in serious and violent gun crime.'"

"Police have warned they must assume a gun is real if they receive a report of someone possessing anything that looks like a firearm and the results could be potentially fatal." ...
 

Canada: Lobbyist insists Bill C-68 dying slow death
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"The national gun control legislation is in flames, and more and more parliamentarians are starting to realize it, says a lobbyist opposed to the controversial Bill C-68."

"Tony Bernardo of the Canadian Institute of Legislative Action said Thursday the legislation is so fraught with pitfalls that bureaucrats responsible for administering the bill are beside themselves trying to figure out what to do."

"He said the federal government is currently breaking the law in several areas with respect to what is required under C-68. But bureaucrats and supporting politicians know if they even go close to the House of Commons for the necessary amendments to make things right – to make things legal – the legislation might very well get booted into oblivion, he said." ...
 

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