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Seegars v Ashcroft: The Brief of the District of Columbia
Submitted by: TriggerFinger
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... "Overall, the arguments here are well-supported by precedent. To counter them, it must be understood that while the militia is intended to be a tool of a properly-functioning government, the 2nd Amendment does not merely secure the right of a State to arm its militia: it secures the right of the people to arm themselves. This does not preserve the militia itself, but it preserves the ability of the States to quickly form a new militia at need from the body of the people." ...
 

IN: Carmel homeowner may have shot burglar
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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Police say a Carmel homeowner claimed to have shot a man who broke into his home early Friday morning.

Police were called to a home in the 700 block of North Rangeline Road around 3:40 a.m.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found Mitchell Lee Moorhead, 32, of Attica, lying on the kitchen floor suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, police said.

Moorhead was listed in stable condition at a local hospital.

Police said Charles Philips, 35, who lives at the home, shot Moorhead.

Police are still investigating the shooting.
 

New book highlights Model 1911
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Through the many wars this nation has engaged in, certain military firearms have carved a niche in history that just won’t go away. For instance, the 30-40 Krag from World War I days still has a large following. The Lewis machine gun still lingers on to some extent, Stepping back farther into history brings the Spencer rifle of the Civil War era- These are just two of the dozens of firearms that won a place in the hearts of collectors, hunters and just plain shooters. Probably one of the most famous is the Model 1911 Automatic Pistol. Many of us World War II veterans can relate to the 45 pistol."

"I just received a review copy of Robert Campbell’s book- 'Model 1911 Automatic Pistol' from Karen Lutto Associates who represent Stoeger Publishing Company. ..." ...
 

IL: Attorney reviews options to protect Wilmette's gun ban
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"Over much of the last year, Wilmette village officials did what they could to mobilize support against a bill in Springfield they feared would effectively overturn a local handgun ban."

"In the week since that bill became law, they have been looking for legal options to prevent its implementation."

"Senate Bill 2165, which had become known as the DeMar bill, became law last week after both chambers of the Illinois General Assembly voted to override a veto by Gov. Rod Blagojevich. The new law allows someone charged with violating a local gun ban to claim self-defense if taken to court." ...
 

IL: Morton Grove to continue enforcing gun ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Morton Grove Police will continue to enforce the village's historic handgun ban despite a bill approved this week over a governor's veto aimed at curtailing local gun laws."

"Senate Bill 2165, which bars local prosecutions in self-defense cases, was drafted last year in response to an incident involving Wilmette resident Hale DeMar, who shot and wounded a burglar in his home. DeMar was cleared of any wrongdoing in the shooting, but faces a fine and loss of two handguns under a local law banning handgun possession."

"The 'DeMar' bill passed both the House and Senate earlier this year, but Gov. Rod Blagojevich vetoed the bill. But both the Illinois House and Senate voted to override his veto during the recent veto session." ...
 

IL: Flider Bill Protects Right To Defend Family
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"State Rep. Bob Flider (D-Mount Zion) and members of the Illinois House on Nov. 16 helped preserve Central Illinois gun owners’ rights by successfully overriding the governor’s veto of a bill that would allow residents to have their day in court if they violate local gun bans while protecting their families and property from intruders."

"Senate Bill 2165 provides that someone who uses a firearm against an intruder has an affirmative defense from being charged or fined for violating a local gun ordinance prohibiting firearms. The bill was introduced last year after a Wilmette man was charged with violating a local gun ban after shooting a burglar in his own home. The burglar had tried to rob the house twice in a 24-hour period."
 

MD: Baltimore judge’s suicide leaves friends puzzled
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In the end, it wasn’t Alzheimer’s disease that took the life of retired Baltimore County Circuit Judge Robert I.H. Hammerman. It was his obsession with dying from it." ...

"For 16 months, the fastidious judge, afraid he was losing his memory, mapped out every detail of his death down to the memorial service and the allotment of his possessions. Although he had never fired a gun before, upon deciding a bullet would be his agent of death, Hammerman bought a pistol, obtained a permit, and took two safety classes at a police range. He then determined the date, the locale and 'that I would write this letter the night before.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: Maryland is a 'may' issue (but probably won't issue unless you are an aging politically connected judge with a family history of dementia).
 

Blowing up gun myths [Editorial]
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"At the risk of noting the obvious, Sunday's deadly confrontation between a semiautomatic weapon-wielding Minnesotan and a group of hunters in northern Wisconsin can and should be factored into debates about the availability of semiautomatic and automatic weapons."

"When hunters in Sawyer County confronted the Minnesotan ... several of the greatest myths that are peddled by opponents of gun control exploded."

"To wit:"

"Myth One: A semiautomatic weapon is just another kind of gun. ... Though advocates for no-holds-barred gun policies will claim that just as much havoc could have been wreaked with a standard hunting rifle, that claim is nonsense." ...
 

CT: More Liberal Media Lies About Gun Issues [letter]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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... "The SKS semi-automatic rifle used was not an assault rifle and is not an assault rifle. It wasn't banned in the Clinton ban of 1993 and isn't banned by Connecticut's law either. The reason is that it doesn't have any of the distinguishing features, such as a high-capacity magazine, pistol grip or flash suppressor. The SKS is semi-automatic, as are many hunting rifles, such as the Remington 7600, but it has a fixed, not removable, 10-round internal magazine, has a standard non-pistol grip stock and doesn't have a flash suppressor. But I'm sure the liberal media won't tell the public that. They will just report what they want." ...
 

WI: Searching for answers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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... "Some will immediately raise the issue of gun control. The SKS 7.62mm semiautomatic assault weapon, the kind of rifle Vang was carrying, is ill-suited for hunting deer. It is apparently too underpowered to kill a deer with a single shot, the goal of hunters who want to avoid needless suffering." ...

"The SKS was not included among those prohibited by the 1994 federal assault weapons ban, a law that Congress shamefully allowed to lapse this year. Should Congress take up the law again and include the SKS?"

"Our assessment, however, is that hunting involves guns, and no amount of legislation will or should change that. More important, it can’t change the people who would misuse guns. ..." ...
 

FL: Taser Gun Use More Frequent, Casual
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"When police agencies in the Tampa Bay area started issuing Taser stun guns during the past 18 months, they touted them as an alternative to deadly force."

"Better for all involved, they said, that a knife-wielding, mentally ill person can be subdued with a Taser - and live - than with a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol - and die."

"But that's not the way many police officers and sheriff's deputies are using the high- tech weapon, according to a review of reports from the Bay area's largest law enforcement agencies."

"They are firing it at fleeing suspects."

"They are using it to force suspects on the ground, outnumbered and overpowered, to put their hands behind their backs."

"They are even using it on handcuffed suspects." ...
 

KY: 7 remain under ‘lock down' in missing rifle case at fort
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"All but seven of the remaining soldiers in "lock down" were released Wednesday afternoon in time for Thanksgiving, after investigators ruled out their involvement with a missing rifle."

"On Nov. 10, more than 250 members of the 3rd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, were placed under 'lock down,' after a M-4 carbine was discovered missing between 2 and 5 a.m. Two weeks later, 125 of the soldiers were released after Army officials ruled out their involvement with the misplaced gun, and now it has come down to seven." ...
 

LA: New Orleans police officer shoots man after alleged hit-and-run
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"A city police officer has been assigned to desk duty after shooting a man who slammed into the officer's car in an alleged hit-and-run."

"Officer Tony Hunt, a three-year New Orleans Police veteran, was in full uniform but driving his personal vehicle when Leroy Edwards Jr., 21, ignored a stop sign and drove his Nissan into the officer's SUV Thursday in the Central City neighborhood, police said."

"When his vehicle stopped moving after the impact, the officer got out of his vehicle and ran toward Edwards' car, said Capt. Marlon Defillo, a police spokesman."

"The officer fired his weapon multiple times after he saw Edwards reach under his seat 'for something - we don't know what it was,' Defillo said." ...
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Poster's Note: What would happen if a 'civilian' had fired a gun under these same circumstances?
 

CO: Couple sues Glenwood cops
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A judge has ruled that a civil rights case alleging an unconstitutional search of a home by Glenwood Springs police can go to trial, the plaintiffs' attorney said Wednesday."

"Officer Brian Keiter and former police officer Matthew Hagberry will stand trial in Denver or Grand Junction in connection with a 2002 case in which they entered home and pointed their guns at two teenagers, Glenwood Springs attorney Ted Hess said in a news release."

"Hess said claims against police chief Terry Wilson, who was not present, and other officers were dismissed." ...
 

Norway: Caged thief had to help police arrest him
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"[A thief] broke into a pawn shop ... the alarm went off, sending an rolling iron gate crashing down behind him."

"The thief was then trapped and on display while waiting for police to respond to the alarm. Nearly half an hour later, the law arrived." [emphasis added] ...

"... [T]he lock resisted the efforts of both police and security guards to open it from the outside. The extraction of the caged burglar was only managed when police lent him their tools and he opened the lock himself." ...
 

UK: Hewitt loses his firearms license
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"ROYAL love rat James Hewitt was yesterday branded a 'danger' by police."

"They also said the former cavalry officer was 'irresponsible and uncontrolled'."

"Hewitt was in court to appeal against the removal of his gun certificates, which was refused." ...

"Turning down the appeal at Blackfriars Crown Court in London, Judge Charles Byers said that Princess Diana's ex-lover was a liar who 'flagrantly abused the privilege' that came with being allowed to possess guns." ...
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India: Police head constable nabbed after snatching SLR
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A head constable of the state police, who had fled after snatching away a rifle issued to a colleague, was nabbed by a police team after a brief exchange of gunfire in the Haobam Marak area." ...

"Sources said he had taken away a self-loading rifle issued to a constable, one Romi Shah, while the latter was sleeping."

"After reports were received that Birjit was roaming around his locality of Haobam Maram with the weapon in his hand, a team of the Singjamei police rushed to the area."

"Birjit reportedly opened fire upon spotting the police team and the latter also fired in the air in a bid to scare him. No one was hurt in the gunfire."
 

Indonesia: Thieving Soldiers ‘Rescued’ From Irate Riau Locals
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Three soldiers caught in the act of stealing an excavator were 'rescued' by police from 3,000 irate residents of Kampar regency in Riau province on Wednesday (24/11/04)."

"The three members of the Indonesian Defense Forces (TNI) and their three civilian partners in crime were caught in the act of breaking down an excavation tractor in a forest near Kebun Durian village, Lipat Kain district."

"At least two other heavy vehicles rented by locals to prepare land for cultivation have been stolen over the past two months and news that another vehicle had gone missing spread like wildfire through nearby villages." ...
 

Haiti: Child Murders - Death Squads
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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... "Carloads of men referred to as "ancient military," who are actually members of the now disbanded military, have began patrolling the streets of Port au Prince and are indiscriminately murdering street children for no reason other than sport. These men prowl the streets of the city in groups of 6 to 10 with high-powered military assault rifles, shotguns and 9mm pistols, wearing all-black uniforms with black ski masks over their heads to conceal their identities."

"They justify the murders of these boys by referring to them as 'vagabonds' and say that they are 'cleaning the streets'." ...
 

Thailand: Policeman to Go on Trial for his Life for Murdering Britons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A Thai policeman, accused of gunning down two British tourists, will go on trial for his life after being charged with their murders."

"Sergeant Somchai Visetsingha appeared in court today and denied murdering Adam Lloyd, 25, from Torquay, and Vanessa Arscott, 24, from Ashburton, both Devon, in the popular tourist town of Kanchanaburi in September." ...

"When he spoke to the police and media immediately after his arrest, Somchai admitted killing the two tourists."

"He said he drew his pistol and shot Adam Lloyd in a fit of fury after the Briton spat in his face during an argument, but that he had not intended to kill Vanessa, whom he unknowingly drove into as she tried to stop him from fleeing." ...
 

Russia: Two Russian army deserters kill two, take hostages
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"Two soldiers armed with Kalashnikov rifles have killed two policemen and taken a number of hostages after deserting from a military base in suburban Moscow, Russian news reports said Thursday. The brothers killed the officers after being discovered in a cafe. They then intercepted a cab and took two women hostage before fleeing to a different Moscow suburb, where they were blocked off by police and eventually forced to flee into a house with two elderly people inside, the Interfax news agency quoted police sources as saying. The report said two of the hostages had managed to flee. The brothers ... have served in the military for 18 months, the report said. The two served in a military division linked to the elite Frunze academy ..."
 

OH: Will Cleveland Plain Dealer's third abuse be the charm?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"When the CHL-records "media access loophole" was created, Bob Taft's office joined the Ohio Newspaper Association in suggesting it was necessary to ensure that licenses were not being given out to the "wrong people", thus promoting the false idea that allowing law-abiding citizens the right to bear arms for self-defense was a disaster waiting to happen." ...

"So just how long will these anti-gun forces be allowed to continue to promote a lack of trust in the ability of Ohio sheriffs to do their jobs in weeding out prohibited applicants as an excuse to violate the privacy of thousands of CHL-holders?" ...
 

MA: Gunning for trouble: Police see surge in use of BB, pellet guns in hold-ups
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"BB guns and replica firearms have begun to look so much like the more dangerous weapons on the market, that police are seeing an increase attempts to pass them off as deadly weapons in hold-up situations and on the street."

Over the past year, police have seen these weapons used during a domestic confrontation and in gang fights."

"These guns look so real, they even run the risk of deceiving a police officer in certain situations, according to Lynn Police Lt. John Scannell."

"This weapons trend has been a key factor contributing to a recent rise in crimes in the community over the past year, according to Scannell. Police have made several arrests for crimes involving individuals using these guns in public. ..." ...
 

OR: Free firearm safety kits available at local sheriff's office
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"The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is again partnering with Project Childsafe to provide the community with important firearm safety information and free gun locks."

"Firearm safety kits, including a gun lock, will be provided free of charge at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office located at 850 Main Street in Dallas Oregon, during regular business hours starting today and continuing while supplies last."

"Project Childsafe is a nationwide firearms safety program that distributes millions of firearm safety kits every year. The program is funded by a U.S. Department of Justice grant and additional funds provided by the firearms industry." ...
 

AZ: Shooting competition evokes the Old West
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"If you're looking for a taste of the Old West this holiday weekend, you might want to head to WestWorld."

"Nearly 300 cowboys and cowgirls from all over the country are in the Valley to compete in the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association's world championships. The event offers competitors nearly $80,000 in prizes and entertainment for spectators."

"If you go, you'll see men and women on horses shooting balloons with single-action pistols and rifles. Shooters don't fire real ammunition, but blanks."

"Frank Turben, president of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association said the events and competition are safe and family friendly." ...
 

Germany: Santa sleighed by police
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"ARMED robbers dressed as SANTAS and a hero policeman were gunned down in a terrifying street shootout."

"The two raiders — in traditional red outfits and fake white beards — ran into a pair of officers as they left a bank with a sack of £110,000 in euros."

"One crook was shot dead. A German police spokesman said: 'It was like the Wild West meets Santa’s grotto.'"

"The plain-clothes detectives had been tracking burglars in the town of Rattingen, near Dusseldorf, when they saw the Santas acting suspiciously before entering the bank."

"When they emerged, one thief fired a pistol hitting a cop in the stomach." ...
 

Indonesia: Downer backs skipper's 'self defence' claim
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"Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer has supported a claim by a Perth sailor detained in Bali that guns found on his boat were for self-defence."

"Chris Packer has been held at a police station without charge since Indonesian authorities found several firearms on his yacht last week."

"Police say they are investigating allegations of gun-smuggling, but Mr Packer maintains he needed the weapons to defend himself from pirates."

"Mr Downer has told Sydney radio 2UE the guns were for clay pigeon shooting and self-defence."

"'They carried on the boat in order to protect them in case they were attacked by pirates which is a problem in South-East Asia,' he said." ...
 

UK: Would you take on an intruder?
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"While police have praised rocker Ozzy Osbourne's courage in tackling a burglar in his home on Monday, the star has admitted he 'acted on impulse' and was thankful no-one had been hurt." ...

""It could've got really ugly. I could have been badly injured or shot or anything,' Osbourne said the following day."

"Last month ... 45-year-old teacher Robert Symons died at his home from a stab wound he is believed to have sustained in a struggle with an intruder."

"Incidents like these inevitably prompt people to ask themselves how they would react if they discovered an intruder in their home."

"The police say that, where possible, people should avoid confronting intruders and 'get the professionals in to deal with it'." ...

"The law allows the use of 'reasonable force' in self-defence or to defend another person or property, but it fails to define the term. It's up to the courts to make the decision on a case by case basis." ...
 

UK: Man robbed by a lone gunman
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"A GUNMAN held a pistol to a man's head and ordered him to kneel down and hand over his cash."

"The victim was returning home from work when he was approached by the suspect on a Walworth housing estate."

"He was ordered into a walkway by Eugene Cotter House, on Tatum Street, and told to kneel."

"The gunman, a black man in his 20s, kept the pistol aimed at the man throughout the robbery."

"Cops are keen to find the gunman, who struck at around 6pm on Tuesday, November 16."

"Detective Constable John Codd, from Walworth's robbery squad, said: 'This attack was carried out with cold efficiency and has left the victim and his family extremely shocked.'" ...
 

Indonesia: Armed and considered dangerous
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"Rich, fearless and a great sailor. That's how friends describe Chris Packer, the 52-year-old Perth multimillionaire now detained in Bali as police investigate allegations he was running guns and drugs." ...

"He planned a 10-year odyssey sailing around the world and has enough money to indulge his passion, which he has done for the past four years." ...

"During the second assault, Packer opened fire into the water as the pirates approached in motorised dingies they had stolen in a previous raid. 'He was obliged to use his weapons to defend the ship,' says his brother, Ron Packer, a Perth property developer. 'He has always said that he would be dead had he not been armed.'" ...
 

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