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Gun group urges 2nd Amendment observance
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Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Americans should use U.S. Bill of Rights Day Wednesday as a time to exercise the right to keep and bear arms, the 2nd Amendment Foundation said Tuesday."

"'Wednesday would be the perfect opportunity to do any number of things, from purchasing a firearm or ammunition, for yourself or as a gift, to applying for a concealed carry license if you have not yet done so, or visiting a gun range and practicing marksmanship and firearm safety,' Alan Gottlieb, founder of the pro-gun rights group said." ...
 

The Truth about Guns
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"We recently took the safety course required to obtain a 'concealed-carry' permit for a handgun. As residents of the District of Columbia we cannot even legally own a bullet without registering it, and handguns are completely illegal. Yet, since we believe in the Second Amendment, we wanted to have first hand facts." ...
 

Sane, Normal, Law-Abiding People Own Guns too
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Since taking our handgun safety class and qualifying for concealed-carry permits, we have had several opportunities to talk with people about guns. Not formal presentations; just shooting the breeze, so to speak. In our last article (The Truth About Guns, Part 2), we speculated about the deep seated fears many harbor about guns. In this column we're going to talk about the response from a few 'ordinary people' who aren't necessarily pro- or anti-gun, they just don't think about the subject much. As a result, they tend to rely on an un-examined belief that's invariably associated with guns. It's seldom directly articulated but you can hear it implied in their tone of voice when they say 'Oh, you like guns' as though they were saying, 'Oh, you eat babies for lunch.'" ...
 

Giving away our freedoms
Submitted by: Robert Lewis

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"It may be that every American 'knows' the Founding Fathers bequeathed to us a Bill of Rights as a guarantor of various liberties, and this belief may be so deeply ingrained in the national psyche that virtually every famous political actor in the country has attested to the framers' wisdom in their crafting of the great bill, but the plain, historical and undeniable fact of the matter is the framers overwhelmingly rejected any notion of a bill of rights. When the proposal was put forth during the Constitutional Convention, only two men of 55 spoke in favor of the measure, and the state delegations rejected the idea unanimously." ...
 

MD: Felon may have right to 'just compensation' for guns police seized
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"A man who has been fighting for the return of guns seized by Baltimore County police after his 1999 conviction and sentencing for auto manslaughter may be entitled to compensation for them, the state's highest court ruled yesterday."

"As a convicted felon, Robert L. Serio is not allowed to own firearms, but the county cannot keep his gun collection because he has not been convicted of illegally possessing the weapons, the Court of Appeals ruled. As a result, Serio may be eligible for 'just compensation,' the unanimous court said." ...
 

OK: Pro-Gun Professor Claims University Denied Him Free Speech
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The issues of gun control and free speech dominate a lawsuit filed by an Oklahoma University geology professor who used a blunt sexual comparison to criticize a pro-gun control newspaper column and later was demoted for that and other perceived transgressions."

"The letter that geology professor David Deming wrote to the editor of the Oklahoma Daily newspaper in February 2000 argued that the owner of an unregistered gun was no more likely to become a murderer than a woman who had not registered her sex organ was to becoming a prostitute."

"The letter prompted 25 charges of sexual harassment against Deming, filed "by people I had never met," he stated in a subsequent column. ..." ...
 

OH: Musings from a 'red-neck idiot'...
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"'Anonymous' doesn't like me very much..."

"Or is it the truth s/he don't like?" ...

"Subject: Lets make Ohio look more stupid!!!!"

"To Chad Baus:"

"First of all using this senseless crime for your personal soapbox is disgusting!!!!"

"Second of all : Let's look at this brilliant statement...let 250-300 people 'pack heat' in a bar...wtf????"

"Then the headline could have read: 200 Dead at the Alrosa Villa."

"Your laws and your dumbass stance isn't going to better the situation only make it worse. Then to post this to a media outlet that the world reads, thats great, Ohio already has a very big blackeye over this and now you put some bone-headed comment out there like this, I'm embarrassed to reside in the same state as people like you and Nathan Gale....pretty soon we will all look like red-neck idiots that live in Ohio."

"Way to go!!!!!"

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OH: Columbus nightclub: Disarmed CHL-holder watched helplessly as people died
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From OhioCCW.org:

"My name is Roger [last name redacted]. My wife and I were at the Al Rosa Villa Dec. 8th for the concert that had several fatal shootings. We were standing right in front of the band member that was fatally shot when it all happened."

"All I can say is that I felt SOOO helpless in there. We have been there 5-6 times in 3 years for various events, all of which without personal protection. We are both licensed to carry concealed. I leave my firearm at home for these types of events because of the law. The 'Villa serves alcohol, so no guns. I leave it at home instead of in the car because of the crime (I'd hate to lose my 1911 to a criminal)."

"Well, last night it all became clear to me. WOW! I stood not 5 feet from a man that was discharging his weapon into the band members head, shoulder and abdomen, then waving and shooting into the audience. I watched as he swapped clips, then I watched as he ran behind the stage where I heard several more rounds fired. I WATCHED!!!" ...
 

OH: Lessons from Ohio -- There's no way to guarantee a weapons-free show, but security could improve
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"When news of last week's shooting at an Ohio music club broke, my first reaction should have been, wow, that's horrible."

"Instead, it was, wow, it's finally happened, and boy, am I shocked that it's taken this long for a rock star to be murdered onstage."

"Anyone who attends any type of concerts on a regular basis in clubs, amphitheaters, arenas or stadiums knows that the typical security check consists of guards pawing through patrons' purses or pockets with all the interest of Michael Jackson at an Eminem concert." ...

"There is no escaping a deadly cocktail that includes mental instability, violence and a weapon just ask Yoko Ono. So what can you do? The same thing you do when you get on an airplane: hope you didn't pick the ill-fated flight."
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Submitter's Note: Actually there is something else you can do: allow citizens to exercise their G-d given right of armed self-defense.
 

TX: Homeowner and neighbor fire back against home invasion suspects
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"Shots fired inside a home in The Heights during a violent home invasion. Moments later, the victim's neighbor tried to help and he started shooting, too." ...

"Police say it all began with a home invasion. Three people were home when two suspects broke through a glass window to gain entry into the house. Once inside, that's when police say the gun battle began."

"'Inside the house they exchanged gunfire with the owner,' explained Officer Lovelace."

"The tenant fought off the intruders for several minutes. That's when police say others got involved. Shortly after the break in, a neighbor who lives just one door away came running over to this house. That's when he exchanged fire with the suspects." ...
 

Mexico: Gunman beaten to death in Mexico
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"A man who pulled a gun on fellow bus passengers, allegedly shot one to death and tried to rob the rest, was shot with his own gun, beaten and stoned to death by the passengers on a highway in the Pacific coast state of Guerrero on Tuesday."

"... the man, identified as Gerardo Vargas Hernandez, took out a pistol and forced the passengers toward the back of the bus, apparently intending to rob them, the bus driver told police."

"However, according to court records, midway down the length of the bus there was apparently a struggle for the pistol, in which two passengers and the alleged thief were wounded."

"One passenger, a 27-year-old man, died of his wounds, while the other suffered a minor wound to the leg." ...
 

The air marshals' mess
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"Can you imagine if an al-Qaida bureaucrat had ordered the 19 Sept. 11 terrorists to wear 'I heart Osama' T-shirts when they embarked on their murderous flights?"

"No idiot would send his men on a covert mission wearing clothes that would so blatantly give them away, right?"

"Wrong. Meet Federal Air Marshal Service Director Thomas Quinn. The man in charge of our in-flight cops – who are supposed to be spying secretly on would-be terrorist hijackers – refuses to allow his employees to dress undercover. Quinn insists that air marshals abide by military-style grooming standards and a rigid business dress policy regardless of weather, time of year or seating arrangement. He wants them to look professional." ...
 

OH: Former officer sentenced in Kelleys Island incident
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A former police officer for the Erie County village of Bay View must surrender his peace officer certificate as part of a sentence imposed on him for threatening a man with a gun on Kelleys Island in September.

Besides losing the certificate, Stephen Wiedenheft, 29, was sentenced Monday to 60 days in jail, all of it suspended, during a hearing in Erie County Court. Judge Paul Lux also placed him on two years of probation and fined him $400, half of which was suspended.

Under a plea agreement, a charge of felonious assault was reduced to aggravated menacing, a second-degree misdemeanor.

According to Kelleys Island police, Mr. Wiedenheft became upset at a pig roast Sept. 18 when he couldn't locate his girlfriend and stuck a semiautomatic pistol into the victim's abdomen.
 

CT: Quiet Civil Settlement Ends Shooting Ordeal
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"A long and sad saga that started six years ago when a white police officer shot a black suspect at close range has drawn to a quiet close with the $1.6 million settlement of a civil lawsuit."

"The case sparked broad interest because of the racial issues it raised, and because former officer Scott Smith was the first police officer in Connecticut to be charged with murder while acting in the line of duty."

"The criminal side of the case ended in March, when Smith pleaded no contest to a reduced charge in the death of Franklyn Reid and received a suspended sentence. Smith's first conviction - on a manslaughter charge - had been overturned on appeal."

"The civil side of the case is now over as well." ...
 

CA: Prosecutors Drop 'Fajitagate' Charges Against Officer
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"Prosecutors on Tuesday dropped what assault charges remained against San Francisco police Officer Matthew Tonsing, after he was acquitted last month of other charges in connection with a 2002 Union Street brawl that led to the Fajitagate scandal."

"The jury that on Nov. 24 partially cleared Tonsing was deadlocked on the remaining assault charge and had voted 8-4 in favor of acquittal."

"At the time, Assistant District Attorney Gerry Norman said prosecutors planned to try Tonsing again. Norman on Wednesday cited the jury's leaning toward acquittal as the reason for dropping the charge." ...
 

NJ: Newark Airport Screeners Spot -- Then Lose -- Fake Bomb
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"Baggage screeners at Newark Liberty International Airport spotted -- and then lost -- a fake bomb planted in luggage by a supervisor during a training exercise."

"Despite an hours-long search Tuesday night, the bag, containing a fake bomb complete with wires, a detonator and a clock, made it onto an Amsterdam-bound flight. It was recovered by airport security officials in Amsterdam when the flight landed several hours later." ...
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Submitter's Note: I guess it could be like France - They lost a real one.
 

Nepal: Police recover money looted from bank in Kathmandu
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Nepalese police today claimed to have recovered Rs 60 lakhs looted from a bank in Kathmandu's main business centre in a day-light robbery, from the house of a police inspector's brother."

"Two persons robbed Rs 60 lakhs ... here yesterday at gun point. The robbers then ran away in a taxi ..."

"Police recovered the money hours after the robbery from a house rented by Niranjan Khanal, brother of a police inspector, at Khadka Bhadrakali in Kathmandu district, he said. But Khanal, the main culprit and his associate were at large."

"Two days ago some unidentified people had snatched a pistol from the police inspector and the same weapon was used to rob the bank. Police officials' hand is suspected in the robbery case."
 

PA: Man hospitalized after being shot
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"A 32-year-old man was shot once in the chest early Tuesday morning inside a home in the 2400 block of Bloomsdale Road, according to Bristol Township police." ...

"'All I heard was shooting, five or six shots,' said one neighbor who asked not to be identified. ' 'Powpowpowpow,' that's all you heard and I heard people yelling and screaming and then the cops came.'"

"Police found the injured man in an upstairs bedroom, and located eight shell casings from an Intratec 'TEC 9,' a 9-mm semi-automatic pistol. Police believe the man was shot with the TEC 9, which is one of several weapons previously included in the assault weapons ban." ...
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Submitter's Note: What in blazes is a TEC-9 shell casing? Harry Yanoshak can be reached at 215-949-4203 or hyanoshak@phillyBurbs.com. Matt Coughlin can be reached at 215-949-4172 or mcoughlin@phillyBurbs.com.
 

CA: San Francisco Proposes Handgun Ban
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"City residents will vote next year on a proposed weapons ban that would deny handguns to everyone except law enforcement officers, members of the military and security guards."

"If passed next November, residents would have 90 days to give up firearms they keep in their homes or businesses. The proposal was immediately dismissed as illegal by a gun owners group."

"The measure — submitted Tuesday to the Department of Elections by some city supervisors — would also prohibit the sale, manufacturing or distribution of handguns, and the transfer of gun licenses, according to Bill Barnes, an aide to Supervisor Chris Daly."

"Firearms would be allowed only for police officers, security guards, members of the military, and anyone else 'actually employed and engaged in protecting and preserving property or life within the scope of his or her employment,' according to the measure." ...
 

NH: New Durham man acquitted in shooting death
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A New Durham man has been cleared of murder charges in the death of a Farmington teenager who went to his home to collect a $50 debt.

George Curran, 22, argued that he shot Michael Allman, 19, last January in self-defense.

The incident occurred after Allman went to Curran's house to collect $50 another man owed him. Allman and Curran argued. Curran fired one shot and hit Allman in the chest.
 

AZ: Self-defense workshop for seniors
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"Senior citizens can learn to protect themselves and escape an attacker during a free self-defense workshop today."

"Seniors will learn how to avoid a confrontation, scare off a potential attacker and fight back if necessary, said self-defense instructor and martial artist Michael Stinson." ...

"'This workshop is based on awareness and intelligent body movement, not on strength, speed or agility,' said Stinson, who owns and operates the studio with his wife, Lori. 'We'll also teach people to use their entire body weight to strike and escape.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: Awareness is good, avoidance is good, but scaring off attackers by saying "I've got a gun, leave me alone" is better than using your 'entire body weight to strike and escape.'
 

NY: Officer Shot In The Bronx
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A police detective shot and killed an armed man on Wednesday afternoon during a shootout in a Bronx apartment building.

The narcotics detective, who was hit twice by gunfire, is in stable condition at Our Lady of Mercy Medical Center.

Police said the detective was traveling in his private car for an appointment in court when he noticed that the man was walking on the street with a pistol in his back pocket. The officer stopped and followed the man into the apartment building on White Plains Road, in the Wakefield section of the Bronx.

Once both were inside, they engaged in a fight. At that point, the man allegedly turned and began shooting at the detective. The officer responded with a fatal burst of gunfire, police said.
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Submitter's Note: But guns are banned in NYC!!!
 

NJ: Help Stop Union County, NJ from Criminalizing Lead Ammunition at Range
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Please email, fax, or call the Union County Freeholders and urge them NOT to criminalize the possession or use of lead ammunition at the Lenape Park Trap & Skeet Range on December 16. Please also come to the Freeholder’s meeting on the 16th and make your voice heard!"

"Proposed Ordinance number 607-2004 bans the use of lead ammunition at Lenape Park, a public facility owned and operated by Union County, New Jersey since 1927. It also criminalizes even the mere possession of lead ammunition at that site, providing for up to 90 day’s imprisonment for each violation. A box of handgun ammunition in a range bag in your trunk could land you in jail." ...
 

OK: Legal Advice Sought In Gun Lawsuit
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Attorneys for the state and for several corporations filed legal motions Tuesday seeking an Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals ruling on a new law.

Paperwork filed in US District Court in Tulsa asked the appeals court to determine whether a law that prevents companies from banning guns in their parking lots is criminal or civil.

Federal Judge Sven Erik Holmes ordered the request last month after deciding that the answer would determine how he rules in the case brought by Williams Companies, Conoco-Phillips and other corporations.

The state has argued that the law passed during the legislative session is civil and a lawsuit challenging it should be dismissed.

The companies say it's criminal.

The law stems from the 2002 firings of 12 workers at a Weyerhaeuser Company paper mill in southeast Oklahoma who had firearms in their vehicles.
 

MI: Court rules Livingston County gun range may re-open
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"A Livingston County shooting range will reopen this week, at least temporarily, after an order issued Tuesday by the Michigan Court of Appeals."

"Island Lake Shooting Range in Green Oak Township will reopen Thursday, Department of Natural Resources spokesman Brad Wurfel said. The state-run shooting range is involved in a court battle over the township's noise ordinance."

"A Livingston County judge had ordered the range closed in November pending a trial. A court of appeals panel reversed that order, saying the lower court abused its discretion by granting the preliminary injunction." ...
 

NY: Mr. Bergamo is licensed by the Police Department to carry
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... "Mr. Bergamo is licensed by the Police Department to carry a Colt .45 handgun and two Smith & Wesson handguns, a .38-caliber revolver and a 9-millimeter pistol, the police said. He has renewed the license repeatedly over the last decade or so, the police said." ...
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Submitter's Note: I can't get one and you cant get one but Mr. Anthony Bergamo, a well-connected vice chairman of the Milstein family real estate company can . . .
 

MT: Typo delays hunting agreement for property by Brokaws
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"An agreement to allow guided hunting on a ranch neighboring Tom Brokaw's McLeod-area spread is stalled on a snag of minute proportions: a typographical error."

"A lawyer for the Montana Board of Outfitters and Guides told the board Wednesday he hasn't signed a hunting agreement recently ironed out between Brokaw and his neighbor because the document bears the wrong date. The agreement would allow outfitted hunting on the property with certain stipulations. It cannot go into effect until the lawyer signs it."

"Lon Mitchell, the board's lawyer, said he has tried to reach Brokaw's lawyer, Cliff Edwards, of Billings, to alert him of the typo." ...
 

Ireland: Man held following arms seizure
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Gardaí in Lucan in Co Dublin have arrested one man following the seizure of guns and ammunition.

The man was spotted by a routine patrol at around 1.45am this morning cycling a pushbike on Shancastle Crescent in Ronanstown.

When the gardaí approached the man, he threw a bag away and ran. He was pursued and arrested.

The gardaí recovered the bag, which contained a pistol, a shotgun and cartridge ammunition.

The man, who is in his late 20s, is now being detained under Section 30 of the Offences against the State Act in Ronanstown Garda Station.
 

Canada: Two wounded in shootings -- Underworld gunplay in North, West Ends
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"Two men are recovering in hospital in a pair of near-fatal shootings in the West End and North End. The latest spate of gunplay began about 8 p.m. Tuesday, when a man armed with a sawed-off .22-calibre rifle went to the rear of a two-storey house ..."

"It would appear this individual was trying to collect a drug debt at this location,' said Winnipeg police spokesman Const. Bob Johnson. 'He spotted a male inside the residence and fired one shot from the rifle through the back-door window and struck the male in the head.'" ...

"Meanwhile, a man was in critical but stable condition after being shot in the chest shortly after 7 a.m. yesterday in a two-storey duplex in the 400 block of Boyd Avenue near Salter Street." ...
 

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