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PA: Gettysburg high school play focuses on school violence
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.armedfemalesofamerica.com/index.php?section=TAKING+AIM...

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"Since he gripped his first firearm, Josh said, he wanted to be an Army ranger. But water guns gave way to cap guns. Caps guns became BB guns, which ultimately turned into rifles and pistols."

" 'When you have a gun, people look at you like a VIP,' he said. 'You walk different. You talk different. A gun in your hand is like a Ph.D.' " ...
 

OH: Case against sheriff's office set for trial in federal court
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"More than four years ago, Delbert Bonar died when a search warrant executed at his home went wrong."

"In just more than four months, the 57-year-old Belpre man's family will have their day in federal court."

"Finally, after years of legal wrangling, a civil suit against a former Washington County sheriff's deputy and a lieutenant with the department will go before a jury in Columbus April 7." ...
 

Surrendering fugitive turned away at prison
Submitted by: John Fansler

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A man listed as one of Pima County’s top 15 fugitives found it isn’t always easy to turn yourself in... "I walked right into the federal prison, or tried to, but they wouldn't let me in," ...Kline...said he waited for about an hour outside the prison...Then he got cold and decided to leave... "I just said, 'The hell with it.' I took off".
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The government makes me feel so warm and fuzzy - :-)
 

Despite attacks on his scholarship, professor defends gun history book
Submitted by: John Fansler

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A year ago, his book "Arming America...But once critics...outside the academic world began checking the footnotes, his career imploded.

Last May, the National Endowment for the Humanities [found him] "guilty of unprofessional and misleading work."...he decided to resign after hearing rumblings the university planned to demote him in rank..."That would have been an affront to my honor," said Bellesiles
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He's taking a page from the Clinton book: deny, deny, deny... then deny some more.
 

NH: At gun range, area marksmen shoot and socialize
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"As I walked up to the padlocked gates of the Grafton County Fish and Game Association (GCFG), the loud shots of double-barreled shotguns struck fear in my heart. I soon saw, however, that I had overeacted. The GCFG turned out to be a laid-back shooting range, a place where target shooting allows members to practice their accuracy as well as socialize with other marksmen." ...
 

Property Rights Advocates Scorn Wildlife Bill
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"Property rights activists say the American Wildlife Enhancement Act of 2002 is little more than a federal land grab bill that would make laws protecting endangered species even more onerous on landowners, and they hope to convince enough senators to kill the legislation in the final hours of the 107th Congress."

"The bill [S.990] has become a battle cry for property rights groups working to get at least five senators to put a hold on the bill and thus kill it for this Congress." ...
 

The shrinking voter
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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" 'Thank you for your service to the Maryland House of Delegates for the past 28 years,' the writer began. 'You did not have to lose this election, but you chose to infringe on honest citizens' rights to own firearms and defend themselves, their families and their communities. In doing so you had to be removed from office. ... Your position was wrong. I will continue to work hard to remove other anti-Second Amendment politicians in Maryland in future elections.' " ...
 

UK: 'Reward' hopes to cut gun crime
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"THAMES Valley Police is offering a £10 voucher to anyone who hands in their replica or ball-bearing (BB) gun to cut down on false alarms and serious crimes."

"The guns are made to look exactly like real guns and police say that even close up it is virtually impossible to distinguish them from the real thing."

"Although they are not illegal, the misuse of these guns can cause concern and fear in the community and a significant strain on police resources." ...
 

Japan: Shooting invisible bullets
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"New technology may be cool but it usually comes with more than a monetary price tag. In many cases this can include potential environmental damage from its manufacturing or future disposal -- a problem that is getting a higher profile in the electronics industry." ...
 

Ron Paul: The Homeland Security Monstrosity
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Congress spent just a few short hours last week voting to create the biggest new federal bureaucracy since World War II, not that the media or even most members of Congress paid much attention to the process. Yet our most basic freedoms as Americans – privacy in our homes, persons, and possessions; confidentiality in our financial and medical affairs; openness in our conversations, telephone, and Internet use; unfettered travel; indeed the basic freedom not to be monitored as we go through our daily lives – have been dramatically changed." ...
 

"Everybody's Favorite Gun Turns 55"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Chechen rebels regard it as a home appliance, and the people of Mozambique picked it as a symbol for their national flag."

"However, neither will be represented among the hundreds of bureaucrats and industry managers who flock to the Urals city of Izhevsk this week to celebrate the 55th anniversary of one of the best-known and deadliest of Russian products, the Kalashnikov." ...
 

NV: Senate OKs bill to set aside land for public shooting range
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The Senate today passed a bill that sets aside federal land for a public shooting range in Clark County."

"The bill directs the Bureau of Land Management to convey land to Clark County to create the shooting range. It creates a 2,240-acre doughnut-shaped buffer around a 640-acre expanse of desert for the actual range. The land is about 10 miles northwest of Las Vegas." ...
 

Surveillance law permits 'black-bag' searches, phone-bugging
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"They have broken into homes, offices, hotel rooms and automobiles. Copied private computer files. Installed hidden cameras. Listened with microphones in one couple's bedroom for more than a year. Rummaged through luggage. Eavesdropped on telephone conversations."

"It's the FBI, operating with permission from a secretive U.S. court in a high-stakes effort pitting the nation's premier law enforcement agency against the world's spies and terrorists." ...
 

PA: Free firearms safety course for women in Elizabeth Township
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"A free firearms safety course for women will be held Saturday in Elizabeth Township. The eight-hour course is designed for women who have little or no firearms experience."

"The course is offered by Shield Police/Security Training, Inc. The company is a Pennsylvania state-certified lethal-weapons training school."

"Though the company is located in Dormont, it uses the outdoor firing range operated by the Twin Rivers Council of Governments." ...
 

NJ: 'Smart gun' bill opponents say gun lobby didn't fight hard enough
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"Opponents of high-tech gun regulations say the National Rifle Association did not do enough to prevent a bill requiring the use of 'smart gun' technology from being approved by the Assembly."

"The bill requires all new handguns sold in New Jersey to include a mechanism allowing only authorized users to fire them. It passed on Monday." ...
 

Left and Right Agree: Journalists Are out of Touch
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Both sides in the diversity debate agree establishment journalists do not connect with average Americans. Newspapers and broadcast news services were urged Monday night to practice true diversity by seeking out conservative reporters to balance the left slant in newsrooms. And 9/11 has revived charges and counter-charges on whether opinion journalists and media CEOs should advise public officials." ...
 

US Gov's 'Ultimate Database' Run By A Felon
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"We all know that truth is stranger than fiction, and here we have an apparently real item straight from the realm of Tom Clancy. Imagine a huge, absolutely huge, central database containing both the official and commercial data of every single citizen, run by the US military ostensibly for anti-terror and Homeland Security purposes, and all of it under the direction of a convicted felon." ...
 

NJ: Homeowners Fight Back Against Property Taxes
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Financial crises in many states have led local and state legislatures to return to an easy source of revenue: increased property taxes on the nation's homeowners."

"But homeowners — and some politicians — are steaming mad and in one town, they have decided to revolt."

"Homeowners in Millburn Township, N.J., have decided they would rather secede to a neighboring county where taxes are lower than to face hikes in property taxes that could reach $3,000 per household." ...
 

Mexico gov't to ask U.S. to stop vigilantes "hunting" immigrants
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"The governor of the Mexican state of Sonora plans to ask the U.S. government at the Arizona-Sonora Commission's upcoming annual meeting to stop vigilante groups 'hunting' for undocumented immigrants along the border, he said in a press release Tuesday."

"Sonora Gov. Armando Lopez Nogales said he will ask his U.S. counterpart, Arizona Gov. Jane Hull, to put an end to the militia groups patrolling the border during the meeting set to begin Friday in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora." ...
 

Will We Fight Civil War II Over The Southwest?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"America is in danger of being torn apart in a second civil war. Every schoolchild knows (or at least they once knew, before education became more indoctrination than learning) that our bloody Civil War was fought because the Confederate States wanted to secede from the Union. Our Pledge of Allegiance reminds us that we are one indivisible nation." ...
 

Court overturns ruling on vets' free lifetime health care
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A federal appeals court Tuesday ruled that the U.S. government does not owe free lifetime medical care to World War II and Korean War veterans who agreed to serve 20 years in exchange, despite promises made to them when they were in the armed forces."

"The ruling represents a victory for the federal government, which had argued the veterans were not entitled to the benefits. The ruling will potentially save the government billions of dollars in health care costs." ...
 

Davey...Davy Crockett King of the Wild Frontier
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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... "As you see, Davy lived up to his words and commitment. Apparently he was the only one in Congress at the time that would. None of the other Congressmen ever gave a dime to the widow of the naval officer. But, at least, Davy got the bill of charity stopped and, the words of the Constitution restored. ... This man had the wisdom to listen and learn from the farmer. He had the humility to admit when he was wrong. Most of all, he had the honesty to do the right thing." ...
 

UK: Street crime to be top police priority
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"The home secretary, David Blunkett, today placed offences such as street crime, burglary and anti-social behaviour at the top of a new set of national targets for police."

"The first ever national policing plan dictates the areas which each of the 43 forces in England and Wales must prioritise when setting out their local action plans."

"Mr Blunkett announced that key priorities would be drug-related crime, car crime, burglary, street crime and anti-social behaviour." ...
 

Study reveals many Americans can't find Iraq on a map
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A survey by National Geographic has found only one-in-seven Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 can find Iraq on a map.

It also revealed only a little over 50 per cent knew the Taliban and Al Qaeda were based in Afghanistan.

The study, which was conducted in nations all over the world, asked 56 questions relating to geography and current affairs.

Mexico was the worst performer with only 21 correct answers.

Americans were close to the bottom of the ladder, scoring an average 23 right answers.

Sweden, Germany and Italy had the top results, scoring around 40.

Thirty-four per cent of those surveyed knew the island setting of the last series of TV show "Survivor" but could not point to the state of New Jersey on a map.

Only 13 per cent could find Iran and Iraq, despite the US Government's plans for possible war in the region.
 

Imaginary Technology
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Imagine if a technology existed that could help law enforcement take a single bullet from the scene of a homicide and track down the murder weapon -- and then the murderer. Imagine that this technology did not require a government database of gun owners."

"Well, this technology, known as ballistics fingerprinting, exists today and has already been used on a limited basis to help track down and prosecute suspects who committed crimes using a firearm." ...
 

MI: E. Lansing passes weapons ban
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"East Lansing on Tuesday became the third Michigan city to ban weapons, including licensed handguns, in city buildings, parks and recreation facilities."

" 'I feel it is our obligation to create safe places in East Lansing and this is one of the ways we can do that,' said Mayor Mark Meadows, a gun owner himself."

"The ordinance will take effect within 15 days. Violating it will be a misdemeanor punishable by a fine and up to 90 days in jail." ....
 

TX: N. Texas town outlaws replica guns in public
Submitted by: serinde
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"Carrollton's city council has made it illegal for minors to possess toy guns that look real in public and for anybody to use replica guns in a way that could cause public alarm."

"[Police Chief David James] said it's dangerous for a child to carry a replica gun in public because someone with a real gun, such as a police officer or a neighbor, cannot tell that the replica is a toy."

" 'We'd like to remove ... the possibility of somebody else shooting that person ... in a mistake.' " ...
 

OK: Record crowd applauds Heston
Submitted by: serinde
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"Charlton Heston was honored Tuesday night at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum with the unveiling of a sculpture to honor his patriotism and his representation of Americans as a whole."

"The statue was donated by members of the National Rifle Association."

"The representation of Heston as a cowboy from the 1968 movie 'Will Penny,' standing hipshot and holding a lariat and a rifle, was received with a standing ovation from the largest crowd ever at a fall gala at the museum." ...
 

TN: Attorney cited for having gun in bag at airport
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"Huddleston was Metro finance director under Mayor Phil Bredesen, now governor-elect, and was state revenue commissioner during the administration of Gov. Ned McWherter."

"The attorney, who said he does not have a permit to carry a gun, said he planned to give the gun to his brother but simply forgot it was in the bag. It was discovered at a checkpoint at about 11 a.m. while he was on his way to Phoenix." ...
 

MI: Academy puts people in officers' shoes
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"Class members learned all aspects of police work and even made simulated traffic stops and rode with officers on patrol duty." ...

"Members included two City Council members, criminal justice students from Michigan State University, international students, housewives, a retired university professor, an apartment manager, a General Motors Corp. executive, an insurance agency manager and a city planning department employee." ...
 

UK: Widow's tearful killer hunt plea
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"A right-wing extremist group is to dedicate an award in memory of a Birmingham man who was gunned down as he left a city pub."

"The National Front will present its activist of the year award at its annual conference in honour of Jason Spence, who was killed outside the Bell Pub, Booth's Farm Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, last week."

"The widow of the father-of-three, who was shot at point blank range, has made an emotional public appeal to catch her husband's killers." ...
 

VA: Gunmen used badge in apartment robbery
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"The 26-year-old woman who answered the knock ...opened the door because she thought the man was a police officer."

"Sheriff's officials omitted those critical facts from their account of the robbery last week, a step that would have warned the public of the potential danger of the robbers striking again elsewhere using the same tactic. But sheriff's officials said yesterday the omission did not endanger the public and was calculated to help them catch the robbers, who remain at large." ...
 

MO: KCK officer charged in on-duty assault case
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"A six-year Kansas City, Kan., police veteran was charged Tuesday with six felonies in connection with the kidnapping and sexual assault of a man while the officer was on duty."

"The Wyandotte County district attorney charged Brian Dupree, 36, with two counts of aggravated sexual battery, two counts of attempted aggravated criminal sodomy, one count of kidnapping and one count of aggravated assault." ...
 

FL: Man charged with impersonating officer
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"According to the police report, Jon Lee Morgan, 22, was in the South Dixie Freeway restaurant at about 9 p.m. Friday when the worker noticed a 9-mm handgun in a holster under Morgan's shirt."

"A sheriff's deputy arrived on the scene and held Morgan until police officers showed up. After an investigation, Morgan was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and impersonating a police officer."

"Morgan was released from the Branch Jail Saturday after paying $1,000 bail." ...
 

FedEd: Anti-Gun Agenda of Government Schools
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"FedEd is a book by Allen Quist, a former Minnesota state legislator, university professor, farmer and education activist."

"FedEd: The New Federal Curriculum and How It's Enforced is a book all Second Amendment defenders should read. You will see clearly how the federal government has more firmly than ever taken over local education. Having done so, the agenda for a New World Order is being crammed down our throats." ...
 

NC: Rape Kits Go Unprocessed in North Carolina
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"Thousands of rape kits are sitting on the shelves of police departments across the country; hundreds right here in the Triangle. The kits contain DNA evidence gathered after a sex crime. It is evidence that can tell police who their suspect is. The problem in our state: the State Bureau of Investigations doesn't have enough money to hire the amount of people needed to do all the work." ...
 

IL: Informational meeting on ballistic fingerprinting held at Lesar
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"A forum on issues involving ballistic fingerprinting brought out various opinions Tuesday night at the Lesar Law School, part of an event sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union. With a panel consisting of five experts in various fields, debates over accuracy and Second Amendment rights filled the auditorium and ears of about 30 people in attendance." ...
 

Video: Gun Confiscation: Canadian Style
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"HEADS UP CANADA & US: With 45 days remaining until all guns in Canada are supposed to be registered, we have new information tonight about an astounding gun seizure (of LEGAL guns) in Winnipeg, Manitoba that is revealing some pretty large holes in the system. Police seized so many weapons from a small home in Winnipeg that it took all weekend to catalogue them. Now they have. And there are hundreds including missiles and grenades." ...
 

VA: Student pulls fake handgun, charges filed
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"Joel Branch Whitten IV, 21, of Nofolk was arrested and charged with brandishing a weapon, a class 1 misdemeanor. Whitten faces a maximum of 1 year in jail or a $2500 fine..."

"It was a BB gun."

"...Whitten did not have any intention of harming anyone with his BB gun that day, but had it because he was going along with the character he was dressed as for Halloween, which was a fictional serial killer known as 'The Tooth Fairy' in Thomas Harris' novel, and Universal Picture's Red Dragon." ...
 

IL: Gun buyback program misfires with police
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"Police had expressed concern that the intent of the event was misleading, because the council was calling it a 'gun buyback program,' when normally such events are held by governmental authorities that dispose of the firearms. The purchasers say they plan to sell weapons they buy in Alton to registered holders of Firearm Owners Identification card. They also say the program is good for people who have hunting or war souvenir guns in their homes and who want to get rid of them." ...
 

MS: Woman files suit against officer
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" 'For no reason, and without probable cause, the officer ordered the plaintiff to step out of her vehicle,' the lawsuit says..."

"She refused."

"McKinley is accused of responding by pounding his flashlight on the window, then drawing his weapon and pointing it directly at the plaintiff, according to the lawsuit. 'The plaintiff responded in panic and drove away. The officer then without threat to life, and without justification discharged his weapon at the plaintiff,' the lawsuit says." ...
 

UK: Armed robber foiled by supermarket staff
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"Supermarket staff wrestled with a would-be armed robber, forced him to the ground and took his shotgun after a bungled attempt to hold up Mini Mart in South Wimbledon."

"A shaven-headed black man, aged around 35, burst into the Kingston Road store at 7.15pm last Wednesday brandishing the firearm."

"He threatened to kill a cashier and demanded the shop's takings."

"Another member of staff grabbed hold of the intruder and the two Asian shop workers fought with him for several minutes." ...
 

The Central Florida Xentury City - Terrorism Connection
Submitted by: shots
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The connection starts with a proposed new $98.5 million convention center near Disney World. Xentury City Development has been reputed to have ties to terrorists in Saudi Arabia. Abdullah Alireza, CEO of Xenel, sits on the board of an Islamic bank called DMI.

A subsidiary of DMI, Faisal Bank Sudan, co-founded a third financial institution with bin Laden. The third bank, Al Shamal Islamic Bank, is known for financing al-Qaeda operations, according to U.S. State Department records.
 

OK: Metro youths getting a kick out of defense
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"Most parents dread considering what would happen if their child was abducted, but Michelle Sorrell has made a career out of it.
Sorrell is the founder of Safe Kids Club Inc., a nonprofit organization that teaches youths to defend themselves in situations involving possible abductions and bully intimidation."

"The club also teaches safety awareness on topics including gangs, firearms, drug abuse, Internet usage and automobiles." ...
 

OH: Ohio can learn alot by studying CCW successes (and mistakes) in other states
Submitted by: Ohioans for Concealed Carry PAC
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Tennesseans made alot of compromises to appease anti-gun pressures when creating their law in 1994. Only now, eight years later, are many of the major problems with Tennessee's CCW law being dealt with, and the anti's are still spouting the same false rhetoric they did in 1994.

Let this be a lesson to us in Ohio. This example from Tennessee presents all the more reason to tell our Ohio legislators NOT to weaken HB274 with compromises to appease the FOP labor union.
 

Feature: The making of a Marine, kinda
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"...secretly, we all suspect a large part of this week of training is for the military -- equal partners in our famously adversarial relationship -- to simply have fun with us: Dragging us from bed at 5 a.m., forcing us to eat the reviled Meals Ready to Eat (avoid Chunked Formed Pork at all costs), and seeing if they can get any of us to throw up from seasickness (yes; at least six. Fruit punch is a critical ingredient.)" ...
 

New Zealand: RSA murder victim beaten before and after being shot, court told
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"Murder victim Wayne Johnson hid his money down his underpants to avoid being robbed, the Returned Services Association (RSA) triple murder trial was told yesterday."

"Forensic pathologist Simon Stables told the jury at the High Court in Auckland he found the cash during a post-mortem examination of the 56-year-old."

"According to Dr Stables, Mr Johnson was shot in the chest and bludgeoned both before and after the shooting." ...
 

"Gun Control"... The Nonsense Just Goes On and On...
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The political season is over for a while and the offices have been filled. Once again, I heard many people ask candidates if they supported the Bill of Rights, especially the Second Amendment in our Constitution. Once more I heard many answers; some were good, some were not so good, and many were very lame at best."

"One candidate indicated that he supported the ownership of guns for hunters, and that was his whole answer. Well, hunting isn't what gun ownership is about." ...
 

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