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OH: Four victims shot dead in 'No-guns' Ohio nightclub
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"This incident reinforces the fact that disarmament zones only disarm honest, law-abiding citizens; not the criminals who prey upon them."

"This mass killer broke scores of firearms, liquor and criminal laws in committing this rampage. These same laws did nothing to protect the law-abiding citizens at this event."

"Under current Ohio law, bearing handguns for self-defense in establishments which serve drinks under a Class D liquor license is illegal, even for employees. In fact, Ohio's law would prevent SECURITY at this nightclub from carrying a handgun, even if the club owner had wanted them to do so." ...

"Ohio's complete ban on self-defense in liquor establishments has proven time and again to be a complete failure. ..."
 

ME: Ads warn abusers of firearms loss
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"State and federal officials on Wednesday unveiled an ad campaign designed to deter domestic violence in Maine. 'The new campaign puts domestic abusers on notice that if they were convicted of beating their wives, girlfriends or partner, they will lose their right to possess guns for life,' U.S. Attorney Paula Silsby said at a press conference at the Augusta Civic Center."

"The consequences for abusers who have guns for any purpose is clear: If you choose to abuse, you lose your right to possess a gun or face federal prison. For those who commit a violent crime with a gun - the message is also clear: do the crime, do the time."
 

ME: State aims to stem gun violence
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"The session on workplace violence was one of several workshops at the 'Gun Violence In Maine: What Can We Do To Prevent It?' conference, presented by the Project Safe Neighborhoods Task Force."

"The conference was an effort to educate Maine citizens about the gun problem in Maine and reduce gun violence."

"Fisher said domestic violence often spills over into the workplace."
 

NJ: 'Smart gun' requirement still at least five years away
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"Researchers are making progress in developing "smart gun" technology, but it will still be at least five years before a New Jersey law requiring it can take effect, officials said Thursday.

"Using sensors in the grip, the technology would prevent a handgun from being fired by anyone but its owner."

"Scientists, politicians and police officers attended a demonstration Thursday of a system being developed at New Jersey Institute of Technology that identifies a gun's authorized user but does not control the gun's firing mechanism."

"Donald Sebastian, NJIT's vice president for research and development, said it would be another year before "Dynagrip" technology would be accurate enough and another year after that until it could be fully merged with firing technology to prevent an unauthorized discharge."
 

OR: Retired sheriff's deputy fires at alleged burglar
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"A retired sheriff’s detective shot at a burglar in his Beaverton home early Thursday morning after hearing noises and confronting the intruder, police said. It was the third time a Northwest homeowner has fired at an alleged intruder in the last three weeks." ...

"The homeowner told officers that he heard noises inside of a storage room attached to his house and that when he looked outside, he saw one male suspect coming out of the storage room, carrying an unknown item." ...

"The suspect failed to follow the homeowners’ verbal instructions not to move and made a movement that caused the homeowner to discharge his handgun in the direction of the suspect..."
 

UK: Father faces prison for having stun gun
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"A FATHER who was beaten with a mallet and had his flat burnt down will spend Christmas behind bars after admitting possession of a stun gun he claimed was for his own safety."

"Jeff Henry, of Maitland Avenue in Chesterton, Cambridge, was jailed for nine months on Tuesday after admitting possession of the prohibited weapon, which was also capable of firing CS gas, between May 1 and 21." ...

"Two men came to his flat and beat him very badly, at one stage with a mallet and he was threatened with a Stanley knife..."

"After that his flat was burnt down and he feels it was definitely connected with the assault."

"He was concerned about his protection and got the stun gun..."
 

Canada: Defence pleads for conditional sentence for Alberta cop who shot prisoner
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"Sending an RCMP officer to jail for shooting a drunken prisoner who grabbed his gun would amount to cruel and unusual punishment, Mike Ferguson's lawyer argued Thursday."

"After juries at two separate trials were unable to reach a verdict on a second-degree murder charge, a third jury found Ferguson guilty in October of manslaughter. Ferguson was an RCMP constable in the southern Alberta town of Pincher Creek when he arrested 26-year-old Darren Varley for public drunkenness in October 1999. He shot Varley during a jail cell scuffle and maintained he acted in self-defence."
 

MD: Deputy Marshal Indicted in Parking Lot Shooting
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A Montgomery County grand jury indicted a deputy U.S. Marshal Thursday for allegedly killing a Navy seaman after a fist fight in a Rockville parking lot.

Arthur Lloyd, 54, faces murder, reckless endangerment and handgun charges in the death of Ryan Stowers, 20, of California. Stowers was driving away from the scene of an altercation with Lloyd Oct. 28 when the deputy allegedly shot him in the back.

If convicted, Lloyd could be sentenced to life in prison.
 

Australia: Charges over sword threat to police
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"A MAN accused of threatening Queensland police officers with a sword and a gun and setting a police car on fire has been charged with a series of offences."

"The charges stem from an incident in which police were last night called to Bellbird Park, near Ipswich, and for three hours were allegedly held at bay by an armed man."

"Police said a 24-year-old man was today charged with serious assault, arson of a motor vehicle, going armed so as to cause fear, setting mantraps, acts intended to prevent lawful arrest and other weapons and drugs charges."
 

KY: County detective accidentally shoots himself
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"An on-duty Sedgwick County sheriff's detective suffered a serious leg wound Wednesday when he accidentally shot himself while trying out a holster in a Wichita gun shop, an official said." ...

"The detective and two other on-duty detectives were at the Bullet Stop, 2625 W. Pawnee, around 11 a.m. when the detective was removing the holster and his 9 mm service weapon. It discharged, and the bullet entered his left leg and lodged behind his knee, Houston said."
 

NY: New York No Example for America to Follow, Says CCRKBA
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"New York is setting 'a deplorable example the rest of the nation should reject in disgust,' the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today, after the Legislature voted Tuesday to reduce mandatory prison sentences for drug offenses, while leaving in place some of the most Draconian gun laws in the country."

" 'Empire State lawmakers must think it's okay to lighten the load for drug offenders,' CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb said, 'while keeping in place laws that literally treat honest firearms owners like criminals. One published report suggested that more than 400 inmates might apply for early release. That should come as good news to citizens already worried about criminals in their neighborhoods.' "
 

MI: Ex-cop gets probation in drug case
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"A former Flint cop was placed on 2 years' probation and ordered to pay fines and costs totaling $970 after pleading to drug and weapon charges."

"Genesee Circuit Judge Richard B. Yuille also told Lawrence E. Thomas there was no need to issue a harsher sentence to make an example of him." ...

"Thomas, 49, of Flint pleaded no contest to possession and delivery of marijuana and using his vehicle and residence to maintain drugs."

"He also pleaded no contest to carrying a concealed weapon." ...

"Attorney David S. Grant Jr., who represented Thomas, said the incident was a low point in Thomas' life and described him as a 'stellar officer.' "
 

MI: Muzzleloader season expected to draw more hunters to the woods
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"The muzzleloader season opens Friday, Dec. 10, and it is expected to draw more hunters to the woods than ever before."

"Part of this surge is attributed to the modern guns - muzzleloaders are available now that are real tack-drivers and they certainly aren't the primitive weapons that we took to the woods a few years back."

"The muzzleloader season is really an extension of the firearm season now. Part of the unusual interest in the black powder season this year might also be attributed to the poor weather during the regular firearm season, which left many hunters frustrated and many hunters with one, two or more tags still in their possession and many hunters have one or more antlerless tags this year and are anxious to fill them."
 

NY: New York Officer Sought In Shooting Turns Himself In
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"A police officer was charged Thursday with attempted murder and kidnapping after he allegedly shot another man while off duty and eluded capture for nearly 24 hours."

"Watertown Police Officer Michael Van Waldick surrendered without incident at about 11 p.m. Wednesday at his father's home in Rodman, about 70 miles north of Syracuse, authorities said. Van Waldick's father is a former Watertown police officer."

"Van Waldick, 26, a police officer since January 2002, was not armed when he surrendered. He was charged with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree kidnapping and first-degree burglary and ordered held without bail."
 

UK: Missing soldier is arrested again
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A Birmingham soldier who went missing from his barracks twice in a week has been re-arrested in the city.

Lance Cpl James Pietrowski, 21, was first arrested in Birmingham the day after he went missing from Wellington Barracks in London.

He was handed over to military police and taken to London for questioning over a missing army rifle, but escaped while on a routine visit to hospital.

He was re-arrested in Yardley Wood Road on Thursday evening.

Mr Piotrowski spent three months on active service in Iraq at the height of the war.
 

Slain hunters (Letter)
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"Ms. Williams wrote: 'Hunters killing animals that never did them any harm, enjoying their 'sport' of killing for fun, should not complain when a gun is turned on them by another.' I wonder whether Ms. Williams would want those same words printed in the local newspaper where the six hunters were killed if she also lived there. I don't think so."

"When a person is willing to make allowances for taking human life in place of the life of an animal, that person needs to seek serious help. However, if Ms. Williams wishes to condone the murder of human beings over animals, perhaps she should enlist in the military and trade places with an American soldier in Iraq. Perhaps then she would learn the true value of human life."
 

UK: Drugs and guns seized by police
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"Drugs worth £2.5m destined for the streets of south Wales have been recovered by Gwent Police in a joint operation with five English forces.
More than £500,000 in cash and four guns were also seized by officers in a series of dawn raids."

"Operation Reptile had been planned for nine months before 250 officers from the Gwent force took part in a series of dawn raids on Wednesday."

"Twenty three people were arrested and seven were charged with drugs offences."

"The UK-wide operation involved officers from Thames Valley, Essex, Gloucester, West Mercia, and Wiltshire forces - a total of 300 officers."
 

NY: New York juniors featured in national television broadcast on sport shooting
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"New York's champion junior rifle teams are featured on an upcoming nationally syndicated television show focused on teens. Teen Kid News (TKN) featured the New York teens in an effort to show how high-powered rifles are often used in sport."

"Filming took place at The Roslyn Rifle and Revolver Club in Calverton, NY and featured two captains of New York's National Champion Junior team: Kelly Hoeltschi (Newburgh, NY) and Victoria Geramita (Wingdale, NY)."

"Teen Kid News will air on television stations throughout New York (see attached list) and the country this weekend."
 

MO: Concealed guns: Permits aren't the hot ticket Missouri officials predicted
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"When Missouri's concealed-carry gun law took effect this spring, Stoddard County Sheriff Steve Fish approved some overtime for employees to help with the onslaught of applicants. As it turned out, that extra manpower wasn't necessary."

"Concealed-carry permits aren't the hot ticket some Missouri officials had predicted, with applications in the nine months since the law took effect running far below expectations. Locally, officials are reporting numbers of permits issued are a fraction of what they anticipated."
 

UK: Gun slip kills soldier
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A SOLDIER died after accidentally shooting himself in the GROIN while cleaning his rifle, a coroner heard yesterday.

Andrew Kelly, 18, died three days after getting his dream posting with the Parachute Regiment in Basra, Southern Iraq.

He was cleaning his loaded SA80 rifle with the safety catch left off.

Andrew, of Lydford, Devon, suffered a brain haemorrhage, which Oxfordshire coroner Nicholas Gardiner said may have resulted from the gunshot — or possibly caused his finger to slip in the first place.

Andrew’s mother Helen Yallop said: “He died having achieved his dream.”

Verdict: Misadventure.
 

HI: Ex-officer gets jail time for assault
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"A former Maui police officer apologized and said he hoped to get his job back, as he was sentenced Wednesday for slapping two men at a Kahului restaurant last year." ...

"Aikala was ordered to turn himself in Friday to begin serving a 15-day jail term imposed by 2nd Circuit Judge Joel August." ...

"This defendant had gone out of his way, abusing his power as a police officer that day to the detriment of these two individuals... He bullied these individuals, he intimidated these individuals because he thought he could get away with it."
 

IL: Which one is the toy gun?
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"Kids asking for toy guns this holiday are meeting objections even more frightening and serious than, 'You'll shoot your eye out.'"

"Consumers, area police and even some gun-rights advocates say today's popular 'soft air'-style replica air guns resemble--in shape, size, color and weight--some real and dangerous weapons, like high-powered handguns and assault rifles. And that, they say, puts kids who play with them in danger."

"'It's inevitable that an officer is going to shoot a juvenile or someone else [who is seen] with one of these guns,' said Lombard Police Chief Ray Byrne." ...

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Canada: Gun red tape vexes widow
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"For the last few years, Winnipeg resident Marilyn Day has been receiving firearms registration forms from the federal government. There's one problem. Day's husband -- a former weapons owner -- has been dead almost as long." ...

"In addition to coping with her grief, Day has had to contend with years of correspondence with the Canada Firearms Centre (CFC), which still seems to be under the impression her husband is alive."

"His guns were destroyed long ago, and a death certificate has been forwarded to the centre, but Day continues to receive licence-renewal forms in the mail. When she calls to inform the agency of her husband's status, she's often told to re-submit her paperwork."

"Day has recently grown worried that the government gaffe might help someone gain access to a licence in her husband's name."
 

CA: Parents gather to discuss gun incident at Buckley School
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"Education and communication is the key to keeping our schools safe. That was the overwhelming message heard from parents, Burton administrators and local police at a special meeting, Wednesday night in the cafeteria at William R. Buckley Elementary School."

"The meeting was in response an incident on Nov. 17, where Buckley Elementary School Principal Paul Sonksen recovered an unloaded firearm in the backpack of a student. Burton Associate Superintendent Jeff Bottoms began the meeting with a chronological list of events leading to the discovery of the handgun."
 

NH: Dover High student faces pellet gun charge
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" 15-year-old male student could face a violation charge after he was caught with a pellet gun in his locker, according to police."

"The Dover High School student had made reference to the fact that he had the pellet gun while in class on Dec. 7, when school administrators and the school resource officer were notified."

"The item was found in his locker, according to Lt. Bill Simons."

"Aside from violating school policy, the student also violated a state law that disallows underage individuals to take a pellet gun off of their property. The gun was a replica of a semi-automatic pistol, police said."
 

VT: Student faces expulsion for bringing gun to school
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"A 15-year-old Essex High School student is facing expulsion for bringing an unloaded handgun to school."

"Police learned about the gun from the parent of another student."

"Police say the student initially denied carrying a weapon, but later admitted that he had a 45-caliber Glock handgun in his backpack."

"Police found no ammunition in the gun or backpack."
 

LA: Taser officials: Gun keeps data
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"A record of what took place the night of Aug. 25 may be stored on a microchip in the Taser gun that was used on Kevin Alexander, according to an official from Taser International, the maker of the guns."

"Alexander has claimed Lafayette police shocked him 17 times with a Taser gun, which left close to 30 burn marks on his body and left him with a series of health problems. Police have said Alexander was shocked four or five times."

"Steve Tuttle, a spokesman for the company, said there is a way to determine how many times the Taser was used that night, but Tuttle also said that the number of usages alone may not tell the whole story. He also discounted Alexander’s claims of long-lasting injury from a Taser."
 

OK: Precipitation renders gun season a waste of time
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"Though heavy rainfall amounts this time of year make the waterfowlers happy, the recent rains dealt a death blow to those who participated in this year's deer gun season."

"Not only did the rains come at a most inopportune time for the modern season, but the heavy rains during the primitive season played a major part in all but destroying the chances for most hunters to enjoy that season as well." ...

"Not all hunters experienced unsuccessful hunts as I reported in last week's column. A few enjoyed good hunts if they were in the field on the right day at the right time. ..."
 

CA: Gun safety lesson needed in school (Letter)
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hope that every parent and educator receiving The Reporter read the very excellent "At Your Service" article by Sgt. Jeff Van Gorden ("Respect firearms; they are not toys," The Reporter, Dec. 6). The article emphasized the importance of educating children about the potential dangers of firearms.

The National Rifle Association has a free program called the "Eddie Eagle" program, which is available free to any school requesting it. It is designed to impress on young minds the very points made in the article.

Our schools could avert a possible future tragedy if they would avail themselves of this free program.
 

UK: Gun raid to recover nude photos
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"A SPURNED lover organised a raid on her ex-boyfriend's flat to recover nude snaps, a court heard."

"Natalia Soloman, 22, posed for Jwanro Jonray, 45, in explicit pictures."

"Andrew Keogh, prosecuting, told Southwark crown court she arranged to return to his flat: 'She asked if he was home by himself... to know that the coast was clear.' "

"As she left three gun men forced Mr Jonray to open the safe at his flat in Bayswater, West London, in March 2003 and hand over the pictures and £8,000 worth of valuables, it was claimed."

"Soloman denies conspiracy to burgle and says she believed the men were simply going to ask for her property to be returned."
 

GA: Bringing guns on campus a felony
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"Some University students believe that 'packing heat' is the best way to feel safe, but bringing a gun on campus can put students in a bind."

"University Police Chief Jimmy Williamson said state law prohibits guns from campus." ...

"Having a weapon on campus is considered a felony offense and is punishable by up to $10,000 in fines and up to 10 years in prison, according to Georgia state law."

"He said pistols, revolvers, razor blades, bowie knives, tasers, black jacks and stun guns, among others, are all considered weapons."

"Ashley Luther, a senior from Statesboro, said she keeps a gun for protection at home."

"I want someone to think twice before they decide to break in..."

"University Police responded to six robbery cases in 2003, according to the University's Crime Statistics Web site."
 

GA: Eight Students Charged With Drug And Weapons Violations
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Eight White County High School students are facing some stiff disciplinary action after weapons and possible marijuana was found during a dog-sniffing sweep Wednesday at the school.

Dr. Paul Shaw, Superintendent of Schools, said not even he knows when the drug sniffing dogs are coming to the school.

During Wednesday's search the dog hit on at least four cars for possible marijuana.

Shaw says no guns were found, but ammo, alcohol and possible marijuana seeds were confiscated.

According to Shaw these students now face action by the school and law enforcement.

White County Sheriff Chief Deputy John O’Brien could not provide any details about the search, but said the department is continuing their investigation.
 

TN: Police Decommission Officers Who Wore Guns In Bar
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"Police have decommissioned two police officers because they carried concealed guns while drinking, off-duty, at a downtown Nashville bar."

"Undercover police detectives Ernest Cecil and Ulysses Hernandez had their guns and badges taken and were placed on administrative duty."

"A bouncer for Club Hurricane, located on Second Avenue North, called for uniformed police officers after he bumped into Cecil and felt Cecil’s gun. Cecil identified himself as a police officer. The bouncer asked Cecil to leave the bar but he refused. That’s when the bouncer called for uniformed officers."

"It is illegal for anyone to carry a weapon inside a bar. That includes police officers unless they are 'on-duty and acting in their official capacities,' Police Chief Ronal Serpas said."
 

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