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Submitted by: Anonymous

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We all know that guns aren't the problem, the criminals are... Our criminal justice system wants to parole a criminal that murdered the son of one of our members. Read what she has to say about the MMM contacting her:

IOC rejects official handgun proposal
Submitted by: Gregg Hughes

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I wonder why they would do something like this?

$15 million settlement for man paralyzed in police shooting
Submitted by: Hmmm

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"Javier Francisco Ovando, 23, was shot in the back by officers who then allegedly planted a gun on him to deflect blame."

"He served more than two years in prison for assaulting an officer before his conviction was thrown out last year after the disgraced ex-officer at the heart of the scandal said he and his partner planted a gun on Ovando after shooting him."
But if you say some cops are screwed up people, you get attacked for telling the truth. Go figure.

Toy gun delays flight at Charlotte-Douglas
Submitted by: Madness

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"Flights were delayed at the city's airport today and concourses were evacuated after an X-ray security screener spotted a toy gun and thought it was real."

"The Charlotte-Douglas International Airport resumed normal operations after about two hours."
Two hour delay over a TOY? THOSE people are gun NUTS.

In our inner cities, where firearms are outlawed, only outlaws are armed. When our "philosopher kings" sit back and do nothing, this is the tyranny and terror of "gun control." —CHARLTON HESTON

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