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The Outcome of the Assault Weapons Ban
Submitted by: TriggerFinger
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"Earlier this year, votes were held in the Senate on gun control amendments to S1805 (the firearms lawsuit preemption bill). One of those amendments was an Assault Weapons Ban renewal. Many gun owners used this as a litmus test for their candidates. Here's how the outcome of the elections stacks up against votes for the assault weapons ban. Please note that this does not list all votes -- merely those who are running for reelection and who voted for the ban." ...
 

Smith & Wesson announces CEO's departure
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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corp., the parent of the longtime gun maker, announced the departure late Tuesday of its president and chief executive, along with changes on its board of directors."

"In a short statement, Springfield-based Smith & Wesson said Roy C. Cuny 'is no longer with the company.' A company spokesman did not immediately return a call seeking comment."

"Also Tuesday, Smith & Wesson chairman G. Dennis Bingham decided to leave the board, citing time constraints. Following his resignation, directors selected fellow member Barry M. Monheit as the new chairman. Bingham became chairman in February." ...
 

Crime may be dropping in US, but gun possession is rising
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"Early in the summer of 2003, two Baltimore police officers patrolling near Lexington Market saw 24-year-old Michael Awosika pull a sawed-off shotgun from some nearby bushes and stuff it down his pants." ...

"The officers arrested him, booked him, and put him in jail. But the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and the US Justice Department took the credit, after federal prosecutors arranged a plea agreement on federal charges."

"The case is one of thousands that federal authorities have used in recent years to bolster statistics in what critics allege is an effort to blur results and show a successful campaign to reduce gun violence." ...
 

Justices Take Restraining Order Suit
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"The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether cities and their police departments can be sued if they fail to enforce restraining orders, such as those issued to protect women from an abusive spouse or boyfriend." ...
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Submitters comment: Any bets against their ruling "no"? Read JPFO's "Dial 911 and Die".
 

Government Terror Bills Goes To Conference
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... "This is a huge concern because these federal standards can easily be used by a future Hillary Clinton administration to keep certain groups of people (such as gun owners) from receiving these National ID cards. Even the Bush administration has supported legislation (PATRIOT Acts I and II) that could be used to designate groups like GOA and NRA as terrorist organizations (see here for details). If the feds can set standards that keep you from getting a 'National ID card,' then your life has just become very difficult -- as your ability to write a check or buy a gun becomes next to impossible." ...
 

IN: Gun owner prevented from voting while carrying weapon
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"A gun shop owner said he was denied the right to vote Tuesday morning while carrying a gun on his hip."

"Len Grummell, owner of Lens Gun Shop in South Bend, said a Democratic poll worker at Fire Station 5, 2221 Prairie Ave., told him he had to remove his gun belt before entering the building."

"Rather than argue, Grummell said, he complied with the request, but he believes the poll worker should be fined for breaking the law." ...
 

VA: Deputy charged with shooting wife
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"A Roanoke County sheriff's deputy has been charged with shooting his wife in the leg during an apparent domestic dispute in their Pearisburg home."

"Charles James Fuller Jr., 59, was arrested Thursday on charges of malicious wounding and shooting in an occupied dwelling, both felonies, Lt. Willie Lucas of the Giles County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday. Fuller has worked for the Roanoke County Sheriff's Office for more than 10 years and has been suspended without pay, said Roanoke County Sheriff Gerald Holt."

"'The only comment I would make is at the time of these alleged offenses, he was an employee of good standing with us,' Holt said." ...
 

MI: Farmington Hills cop accused of passing fake $20s at strip club
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"An off-duty Farmington Hills police officer was arrested Monday evening after he tried to pay his tab at a Detroit strip club with fake $20 bills, Detroit police said."

"The officer was at the Chapeau Vert Lounge, 16550 Telegraph, at 5 p.m. when he handed the bogus bucks to a barmaid, Detroit Police Officer Jeremy Aguayo said. The barmaid suspected the bills were fake and called police, who notified U.S. Secret Service agents."

"More evidence of counterfeiting was found in the officer's car, Aguayo said."

"Police and Secret Service agents questioned the cop, described only as 47 years old, late Monday at the 8th (Northwest) Precinct. He is expected to be arraigned today ..." ...
 

NC: Plymouth police chief indicted
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"The top two ranking members of the Plymouth Police Department were indicted by a grand jury Monday on charges of destroying evidence."

"Police Chief John Floyd and Capt. Preston Ward were temporarily relieved of their duties. Sgt. Steve O'Neal is acting as interim police chief, reported District Attorney Seth Edwards."

"Floyd was charged with solicitation to commit perjury, two counts of obstruction of justice and one count of destruction of criminal evidence. Ward is charged with one count of destruction of criminal evidence."

"According to Edwards, the men are responsible for destroying evidence during the murder investigation of Mohymen Munnelyn, who is charged with slaying Candice Belcher in her bedroom on Feb. 7, 2003." ...
 

MD: US Marshal Charged With Murder (Follow-up)
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Montgomery County police have charged an off-duty deputy U.S. marshal with murder in the shooting death of a motorist last week on Rockville Pike. Detectives arrested 53 year-old Arthur Lloyd this morning at his home in the county. According to police, Lloyd was engaged in a traffic altercation with 20 year-old Ryan Stowers on Thursday, when both motorists pulled into the parking lot of the Mid-Pike Plaza in Rockville and got out of their cars. At some point during an argument, Lloyd pulled out a handgun and began firing at Stowers. Authorities say they have spent the past several days interviewing more than 40 witnesses to determine whether Lloyd fired the shots while acting as a law enforcement officer and in self-defense.
 

Argentina: Chilling Report on Torture in Prisons
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"A report by a government committee set up a year ago to combat torture in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires revealed an appalling number of abuses committed in local prisons and police stations." ...

"The investigation reported abuses including a savage beating of a prisoner with HIV (the AIDS virus) by a prison guard, and the use of torture techniques like electric shock, ice-cold showers in winter or near asphyxia by immersion of the head in water." ...

"Nevertheless, at least 70 percent of complaints are never followed up or acted on, and the Committee Against Torture report reveals just a 'sample' of the real number of abuses, said Can."

"That 'sample' includes 3,241 complaints of unlawful coercion, torture, abuse of authority, illegal searches, threats, serious injuries and homicides. In every case, the perpetrators belonged to the prison service, said Can." ...
 

OH: Teens Arrested For Allegedly Having Gun At School
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Police took two Dayton teenagers into custody Tuesday for allegedly having a gun at school.

A Belmont High School security guard said he saw a 16-year-old with a gun and followed some students to a home on Cosler near Gondert.

The guard called police who said they found that the teenagers had at least two weapons.
 

KY: Hearing set for Harrodsburg student who brought gun to school
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"The 15-year-old male who allegedly brought a weapon to Harrodsburg High School Friday remains suspended until a school-board hearing likely to be held later this month." ...

"The youngster allegedly had a replica of an old fashioned cap and ball revolver that requires gun powder, a lead ball and a cap to ignite the gunpowder. It is capable of carrying six rounds, Harrodsburg Police Sgt. J.L. Thomas said Friday afternoon."

"The gun was not loaded and the student had none of the ingredients required to load and fire the weapon. The youth showed the pistol to other students on the bus he was riding to school and those students notified school personnel." ...
 

CA: Off-duty cop shoots, kills man firing gun at party
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"A 19-year-old Sylmar man who opened fire with a gun at a raucous Halloween party died after being shot -- in self-defense -- by an off-duty LAPD officer, officials said Monday."

"Mario Lopez died Sunday evening at Simi Valley Hospital of a gunshot wound to the neck, officials said. William Ortiz, a bystander at the party, was listed in fair condition with a gunshot wound to the jaw."

"The off-duty officer was questioned by Simi Valley police and released. He was identified Monday by the Los Angeles Police Department as Jaime Reyes, a first-year rookie assigned to the Van Nuys Division." ...
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Submitter's Note: Armed self-defense works.
 

NC: NRA paid for Burr ad
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"They often show ads for products or grand openings. But on Monday, the plastic bags that help keep home-delivered copies of The News & Observer dry for readers revealed the smiling face of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Richard Burr."

"The bag ad was not an editorial endorsement, as at least one baffled subscriber concluded. Instead, it was paid for by the National Rifle Association -- part of a $1 million nationwide campaign to secure votes for politicians enmeshed in tight campaigns."

"'We feel that it's a good way and an efficient way to communicate with undecided voters,' said Andrew Arulanandam, an NRA spokesman." ...
 

OR: Residents challenge gun-range plan
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"Angry Macleay-area residents packed their community's grange hall Thursday night to denounce a plan to build a gun range and police training facility in their neighborhood."

"They told the Marion County Sheriff and Chemeketa Community College officials that the proposed facility would hurt the area's livability with increased noise, traffic and pollution from lead bullets."

"They yelled out questions, disagreed with county and college officials' explanations and weren't soothed by what they heard."

"About 200 people showed up. Sheriff Raul Ramirez and several county employees also were there to answer questions. No Marion County commissioners attended." ...
 

WI: Hunters' issues could decide vote
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... "Many hunters in Wisconsin and elsewhere worry that their right to hunt is at stake, despite repeated pledges by President Bush and his Democratic challenger, Sen. John Kerry, to support gun rights and hunting. The hunters' concern has made the issue of gun ownership 'real important motivators for potential voters' in Wisconsin, where polls show a close contest, said Jeff Mayers, editor and publisher of WisPolitics.com, a nonpartisan politics Web site."

"In Hayward, Myhre's hometown of 3,279 people, schools close each year for a nine-day deer-hunting season in November and children customarily go on their first hunt at age 12."

"Mayers said many Wisconsinites will use their perception of the candidates' positions on hunting and gun rights to inform their choice today. It's why Kerry has made brief hunting trips several times during the campaign to portray himself as supportive of gun rights and hunters." ...
 

OH: OSU's Ryan Kohatsu is the Top Shooter at Boilermaker Invitational
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"Ohio State's Ryan Kohatsu (Sr., Hilo, Hawaii) took top honors in both air and smallbore rifle at the Boilermaker Invitational. Kohatsu shot a 390 in air rifle and 1,165 in smallbore rifle. Chris Baizek of Wisconsin-Oshkosh finished second in air rifle at 388 while Angie Engle of Akron took second in smallbore rifle at 1,160. Ohio State's Linnea Nygren (Jr., Hayward, Calif.) finished sixth in both events with a 380 in air rifle and a 1,150 in smallbore rifle."

"Ohio State will host the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology Sunday, Nov. 7 at the Lt. Hugh W. Wylie Range in Converse Hall." ...
 

PA: Pennsylvania's Black Bear Season Looks Very Promising
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"Whenever a near-record black bear harvest occurs, as in 2003, hunters typically expect the next year's harvest to drop off. But Pennsylvania Game Commission field officers and biologists don't believe the state will head in that direction when the statewide three-day bear season opens Monday, Nov. 22, so long as inclement weather doesn't keep hunters out of the woods."

"'The last few years have been phenomenal for black bear hunting,' said Game Commission Executive Director Vern Ross. 'Our bear population has been
growing for some time and field officers have been tasked to perform more and more bear nuisance work. Residents are seeing bears everywhere. And each year, bears move into more areas where they haven't been seen in a long, long time.'" ...
 

NY: Teens shot during egging
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"A teenager was in critical condition last night and another teen hospitalized after they were shot in the Bronx during an incident that began with two groups of teens tossing eggs at one another on Halloween, police said."

"The groups were on opposite corners at Rosedale Avenue and Lafayette Street at about 8:15 p.m., when a male pulled out a gun and fired an unknown number of shots into the opposing crowd, police said."

"An 18-year-old male was shot in the hip; he was taken to Jacobi Medical Center and was in critical condition. A 17-year-old male was struck in the right arm; he was listed in stable condition at Montefiore Hospital, police said. Officials last night did not release their identities." ...
 

OH: Akron Rifle Takes First and Third at Purdue Invitational
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"The University of Akron rifle team's 'Gold' squad won its second invitational title of the season Saturday, taking top honors at the Boilermaker Invitational. The Zips were also victorious at the VMI Invitational on Oct. 22."

"The group set two school records, tallying a 4,602 in the smallbore and a total score of 6,126. The aggregate score shatters the previous school mark by 40 points. The UA 'Blue' squad finished in third place, a scant four points out of second. In addition to the school records, 16 personal best marks were established." ...
 

UK: Gun laws are aimed at wrong target, says expert
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"Britain's gun laws are aimed at the wrong target, curbing and criminalising legal ownership while failing to tackle huge rises in shooting offences over the past few years, according to an international firearms legislation expert."

"Prof Gary Mauser said that Britain was making the same mistake as Canada and Australia in focusing on legal owners - a section of the law-abiding community where gun crimes, such as the Dunblane massacre, were aberrations."

"The Home Office and police chiefs should instead tackle the possession of guns in criminal hands, said Prof Mauser, a member of the independent Fraser Institute in Canada. He has given evidence to select committees of the House of Commons and the Canadian Senate and predicted the escalation of gun crime on Britain's streets." ...
 

UK: New Met chief backs guns protest [another view]
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"The next commissioner of the Metropolitan Police announced his support for two police officers suspended over a fatal shooting."

"Sir Ian Blair made his statement as 120 firearms officers threatened to lay down their weapons in protest at the suspension." ...

"The two officers said they thought he was pointing a shotgun at them, but in fact he was carrying a table leg when they shot him dead in Hackney, east London in 1999."

"Sir Ian said: 'There needs to be a long hard look at the justice system.'"

"In an article he wrote: 'The reaction of armed police officers to the suspension of two colleagues, following an inquest verdict of unlawful killing, is a reminder of the challenging and dangerous job they do and the need to change the law.'" ...
 

UK: Bobbies Refuse to Carry Guns
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"More than 120 firearms officers in London are refusing to carry guns after two colleagues were suspended over a shooting, police representatives claim."

"Harry Stanley, 46, was shot dead in 1999 after police mistook a table leg he was carrying for a shotgun."

"An inquest on Friday returned a verdict of unlawful killing and Pc Kevin Fagan and Insp Neil Sharman were suspended." ...

"Sir John Stevens, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, has taken personal control of negotiations in the dispute."

"He said he had great 'sympathy' for the protesting officers, but 'they must come back to work'."

"On Monday, at least 20 of the Met's 400-strong SO19 specialist firearms unit handed in their cards authorising them to carry weapons." ...
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Submitter's note: the British victim disarmament and concomitant inanimate object stigmatization program is working exactly as planned.
 

Jamaica: Gun violence unabated
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"The police recorded 26 murders last week, a dip of 55 per cent when compared to the 44 people killed in the week prior."

"The Constabulary Communication Network released a report Monday which stated that the gun was the weapon used in 17 of the murders that took place between October 25-31, while six people were knifed to death."

"One murder was committed with a cutlass, while the remaining two murders were carried out with implements the police described as 'other'."

"According to the release, 15 of last week's murders have been cleared up. The problem of gun violence was even more pronounced in the figures from the reports of 55 persons shot and injured over the same period." ...
 

Brazil: Criminals ignore gun buyback
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... "The new legislation imposes strict criteria on gun ownership, establishes a unified national gun registry, forbids most ordinary citizens from carrying firearms in public and calls for a referendum a year from now on whether to ban gun sales entirely, a measure that would probably pass by a large majority if the vote were held today."

"What the law does not do, critics note, is disarm criminals."

"Arruda of the gun association said that those who have turned in their guns under the buyback program have tended to be older residents rather than the young males who make up the vast majority of gun users and victims." ...
 

New Zealand: Playing by rules failed to help, say raid victims
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"Peter and Maggie Bentley did everything by the book when two masked men with a sawn-off rifle and a crowbar burst into their rural retreat."

"'But look where it got us,' Mrs Bentley said yesterday."

"Her 54-year-old husband was beaten to a pulp. Rather than go to his aid and risk being harmed, she hid with a telephone and dialled 111. Now Mrs Bentley wishes she had alerted neighbours first." ...

"A few months earlier, residents of Maniatutu Rd in the Bay of Plenty held a neighbourhood watch meeting at the Bentleys' home."

"A policeman told them that on no account should they bring out guns if confronted by intruders. They should stay calm and hand over any property the burglars demanded." ...
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Submitter's Note: That's the same failed strategy that got 3,000 people killed on 09/11/01.
 

Netherlands: Dutch filmmaker who criticized Islam gunned down in Amsterdam
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"A Dutch filmmaker who had received death threats after releasing a movie criticizing the treatment of women under Islam was slain in Amsterdam on Tuesday, police said."

"A suspect was arrested after a shootout with officers that left him wounded, police said. Filmmaker Theo van Gogh had been threatened after the August airing of the movie Submission, which he made with a right-wing Dutch politician who had renounced the Islamic faith of her birth." ...
 

Australia: Prison letter reveals weapons cache
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"A CACHE of weapons has been uncovered in bushland near Newcastle in NSW after a letter and map from a jail inmate was intercepted by a prison officer."

"The haul included a bolt-action rifle, 2000 rounds of ammunition, a quantity of electronic detonators and detonation cords, a machete, Bowie knife and army utility belt, NSW Department of Corrective Services said today."

"The discovery, in bushland just outside Cessnock, north of Newcastle, was made after a prison intelligence officer yesterday checked a suspicious letter from a low-security inmate to an address in Cessnock." ...
 

New Zealand: Farmer gun bill raises fears of rural violence
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but has raised fears of a surge in violence in the rural backblocks."

"A member's bill drafted by ACT MP Stephen Franks would allow people protecting their property to brandish weapons and to harm, or threaten to harm, intruders. The Crimes (Self-Defence) Amendment Bill is intended to empower rural people who are far from police aid, Mr Franks said." ...

"A survey issued last week found that in a quarter of incidents reported by farmers it took police more than a day to arrive. Eighty-two per cent of farmers were prepared to defend their property."

"Assistant Police Commissioner Howard Broad feared giving farmers greater powers of force would lead to more violence being aimed at them." ...
 

UK: Website accused over guns for sale
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"A dossier purporting to list guns for sale on the internet auction site eBay over the past four days will be presented to the Home Secretary David Blunkett."

"Labour MP Steve McCabe prepared the list to highlight his concerns about unscrupulous sellers using the website to subvert gun laws."

"The MP for Birmingham Hall Green accused eBay of facilitating a trade in illegal weapons and called on the Government to tighten the law to prevent the practice."

"Mr McCabe said: 'eBay promotes itself as a community of family friendly individuals, yet it is allowing dealers to sell weapons without any check on whether they are active or not and with no control over the age of people buying them.'" ...

"The auction site said previously it did not deal in firearms."
 

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