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Bush Defends Domestic Surveillance
Submitted by: Talktome

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"President Bush, brushing aside bipartisan criticism in Congress, said Monday he approved spying on suspected terrorists without court orders because it was 'a necessary part of my job to protect' Americans from attack. The president said he would continue the program 'for so long as the nation faces the continuing threat of an enemy that wants to kill American citizens,' and added it included safeguards to protect civil liberties." ...

"On Capitol Hill, Democrats rejected Bush's rationale and said he had abused his authority."

"'Where does he find in the Constitution the authority to tap the wires and the phones of American citizens without any court oversight?' said Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich." ...
 

Bush, Democrats in showdown over anti-terror bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"US President George W Bush said yesterday it was inexcusable for senators to block the anti-terrorism USA Patriot Act, and Democrats fired back by accusing him of playing political 'chicken'."

"Key provisions of the act ... are set to expire on December 31 unless the US Congress enacts legislation to renew them."

"The House of Representatives passed such a measure last week, but it has been blocked in the Republican-led Senate amid a dispute pitting civil liberties against national security." ...

"Critics said despite changes in the bill to better safeguard civil liberties, the measure would still give the government too much power to pry into the lives of law-abiding Americans, including their medical, library and gun records." ...
 

Corporate Cowards and Collaborators
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Other corporations such as Weyerhauser and ConocoPhillips have attempted to restrict their employees’ rights under the Second Amendment by firing employees who kept legally owned firearms in their vehicles in company parking lots in Oklahoma. This, despite the fact that Oklahoma law expressly legitimizes such possession in that state. After Oklahoma passed a law to prevent such firings, ConocoPhillips filed a federal lawsuit to block the measure. The corporate chieftains of these companies apparently feel that their power is so great that they can restrict the exercise of an important right under the U.S. Constitution without concern, even where applicable state law protects the employees’ exercise of their Second Amendment rights. ..." ...
 

Old-fashioned guns gaining popularity among hunters
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"More and more hunters are rediscovering a centuries-old firearm technology in search of greater challenges and a piece of history."

"Bill Zimmer of Dover Plains wouldn't have it any other way. He is among the growing number of hunters devoted to muzzleloading rifles, the single-shot antiques that had their heyday in the mid-1800s." ...
 

Match-Grade .30-06
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The .30-06 became America's first-line small-arms chambering in 1906 and served gallantly for more than a half-century until it was superseded by adoption of the .308 in 1957."

"... More recently, interest in the .30-06 as a match cartridge surged when the Civilian Marksmanship Program began selling surplus M1s, but only to buyers who could show membership in a CMP-affiliated club and a high-power-rifle competition classification."

"Virtually overnight, CMP-affiliated clubs around the country began hosting high-power classification matches intended to qualify those who wanted to buy an M1. Having had a taste of competition, many of these buyers naturally wanted to use their new Garands in matches. ..." ...
 

Bad guys still have firepower edge on some cops
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Officers point out that criminals can easily buy high-powered weapons, both on the street and on the Internet. ..."

"Most of the handguns officers carry, including BSO, have an effective range of 25 yards, while a high-powered rifle, like an AR-15 that can be equipped with 40-round clips has an effective range of 300 to 500 yards depending on the barrel length and scope." ...

"But some experts say arming officers with rifles is a knee-jerk reaction."

"'Because the bad guys have assault rifles, law enforcement officers should?' asks Tom Diaz, senior policy analyst for the Violence Policy Center, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization that advocates gun control." ...
 

MA: Smith & Wesson Introduces Walther PPK 75th Anniversary Edition
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation ... announced today the release of a limited 75th Anniversary edition of the Walther PPK."

"After 75 years, the pistol that helped make James Bond famous will be recognized with a special commemorative model. Manufactured of carbon steel with a polished blue finish, the Anniversary Model has wood grips as well as full scroll, machine engraving on both sides of the frame and slide. A 24kt gold plated Walther logo and model name along with an engraved '75th Anniversary' will be featured on the left side of the frame. Each Anniversary PPK will bear a special serial number, starting with 0000PPK and will be shipped with a glass-top wooden display case." ...
 

TN: Police say homeowner shot one, others scattered.
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Police in Collierville say a homeowner shot and killed one of several people who broke into his house over the weekend.

Police Lieutenant Greg Flint says homeowner Brian Harper was awakened by his burglar alarm early Saturday and fired at the intruders with a .45-caliber handgun, striking one of them. Flint says the others scattered and Harper doesn't know if the several other shots he fired hit anyone else.

Police say none of the home invaders fired a weapon, but investigators don't know if any of them had one.

Police identified the dead intruder from fingerprints and say he was 28-year-old Lakim Duffy.

His police record shows arrests since 1998 for violations including criminal trespass, especially aggravated robbery and cocaine possession.
 

UK: Support grows for farmer
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Support was mounting yesterday for a Norfolk farmer who fired a shotgun at burglars on his land."

"Michael Human was questioned by police over the incident on Friday but released without charge."

"The 58-year-old had let off a single cartridge at two hooded intruders who had been breaking into one of his outbuildings."

"North-West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham said Mr Human was "quite entitled" to use the gun and backed calls to give greater power to homeowners."

"'It is a fact of life that many burglars do come out armed and high on drugs and could be very, very dangerous indeed,' he said."

"'If he hadn't taken a gun and had been killed, every-one would have said he was mad not to have it with him.'" ...
 

CA: Gun Scare Prompts School Lockdown
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Hollister - Calaveras Elementary School went into an emergency two-hour lockdown Friday when two parents - one carrying a gun - got into a fight in the parking lot during the school's Christmas program."

"San Benito County Sheriff's Detective Tom Keylon was driving past the school Friday and saw the two men fighting in the parking lot. He pulled out his weapon and ordered both men to the ground at which point a gun fell out of one of the suspect's pockets, Keylon said. He secured the weapon and called for backup." ...

"... [I]n the middle of the school's Christmas music program, Principal Christine White initiated 'Code Blue' procedures, locking down all entrances to the school and forcing students to stay in their classrooms." ...
 

MD: Parkside Student Expelled After Bringing Gun To School
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Parkside High Student Calvin Gordy was arrested and expelled Friday after school officials were tipped off that he brought a gun to school.

Allen Brown, Assistant Superintendent, says expulsion is standard procedure and that school officials have zero tolerance for students who bring guns to school.

"If they bring a gun to school, one that has the capability to project a projectile that will explode upon impact, the student can, by federal law, be expelled," Brown said.

Under the school's policy, an expelled student does not have to be re-admitted after a year. He or she can apply to be re-enrolled, but the application must be reviewed and approved by the school board.
 

NC: Gun found at Kannapolis school
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A gun was found this morning on a student at A.L. Brown High School. The school's resource officer found the gun as he arrested a student who was wanted by Kannapolis police in connection with robberies that took place off school property."

"The officer knew police had been looking for the student, and he arrested him as soon as he got to school. The officer found the gun while searching the student, schools officials said."

"In a letter sent home to parents Monday, Principal Debra Morris said the student did not attempt to use the gun. Under N.C. law, the student will face an automatic one-year school suspension." ...
 

NH: BB gun found in middle school locker leads to suspension
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A middle-school student has been suspended for bringing a BB gun to school, but police say they have not filed any criminal charges."

"School administrators and local police received a report Wednesday that a student had brought a gun to school, said Portsmouth Middle School Principal John Stokel. In a search of the male student’s locker, officials found the gun. The student was immediately suspended and will soon go before the School Board for a disciplinary hearing to see if he will face additional punishment, which could include expulsion, said Stokel." ...
 

WI: Concealed carry objections are mostly just speculation (letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It is unlikely mere letters to editors will change the minds of many readers about the value of legal carry of concealed weapons, but I cannot let baseless fantasies to be accepted as fact or certain predictors of the future."

"Ms. Stauber in her Dec. 11 letter claims, 'Law enforcement authorities are given the right to bear arms to help protect us from one another.' Actually, the pistol issued to police is for the protection of the officer. There is no requirement that they protect us from one another."

"In fact, the U.S. Supreme Court decided in Deshaney v. Winnebago County Social Services Department (1989) that 'nothing in the language of the [14th Amendment's] Due Process Clause itself requires the State to protect the life, liberty, and property of its citizens against invasion by private actors. ...'" ...
 

NY: Crime Bills Proposed by Pataki Derided by Both Sides
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The two bills Governor Pataki proposed in response to the recent slayings of two New York City police officers were criticized by the left and right yesterday."

"One bill would resurrect the death penalty in New York State for murderers of police officers and increase penalties for other crimes committed against officers." ...

"Messrs. Siegel and Adams and Ms. Kuhls praised the governor's illegal firearms bill for reducing the number of illegal firearms one must possess in order to be charged with a felony to three from 20. ..." ...
 

NY: Pataki rules out linking his gun bills with other proposals
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Governor Pataki today ruled out linking the bills he's compelling the Legislature to consider in tomorrow's special session to any other legislative proposals -- including those sought by the Democrat-led Assembly."

"That stalemate could mean the special session could result in no action."

"On Friday, Pataki called for a special session of the Legislature to enact tougher gun control laws and protect police officers."

"The governor wants to close what he calls loopholes in state law that weaken crimes against illegal gun trafficking. He also proposed increasing penalties for criminals who injure or kill police officers. The sentences could include the death penalty." ...
 

South Africa: Gun Owners Welcome Respite
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Firearm owners' associations and opposition parties have welcomed the extension granted for relicensing legal firearms, but have warned that the three months merely delays the crisis created by the new Firearms Control Act."

"Safety and Security Minister Charles Nqakula announced last Thursday that the December 31 deadline for renewals for gun owners whose birthdays fall between January and March would be extended to March next year."

"Crucially, he also announced that all licences would be valid until June 30 2009. This means there will be no prospect of legal action against gun owners who do not reapply until that date." ...
 

IL: Video shows cop using arrestee's credit cards
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Nik Lohja went to a Wicker Park bar in early November to have a few drinks and shoot some pool. But he got in an argument, punches were thrown and Lohja ended up in handcuffs after someone called the police." ...

"As Lohja was being escorted to the police wagon, he said the officer who arrested him slipped his hand into his back pocket and drew out Lohja's driver's license and his credit card and debit card. ..."

"On Tuesday, the officer who allegedly took those cards, James L. Chevas II, a Wood District patrol officer, was charged with official misconduct and stealing from an arrestee, police said." ...

"Police said they have security video from Nov. 5 showing Chevas using the cards in at least one Northwest Side store." ...
 

IN: Trial begins for former Elkhart County Police officer
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A former Elkhart County Police officer spent the day in court, but this time it is for a crime of which he is accused.

According to our recording partners at The Truth, 50-year-old Larry Towns is accused of stealing $9,000, a gun and methamphetamine in October of 2002.

Towns is also accused of taking unauthorized control of $20,000 between the end of October and the end of December of that same year.

The former cop faces up to three years in prison for each felony he's charged with, as well as up to a year for each misdemeanor.
 

IL: Police Officer Charged With Marijuana Possession
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Chicago police officer was released on a $150,000 recognizance bond Monday on charges alleging he possessed marijuana."

"Near North District Police Officer Joseph Pecora, 27, of Chicago, had been in federal custody since his arrest Friday on a criminal complaint charging him with one count of conspiring to possess with intent to distribute about 24 kilograms of marijuana."

"But U.S. Magistrate Judge Arlander Keys on Monday released Pecora on a $150,000 recognizance bond."

"As part of his bond conditions, Pecora's wife of one year must serve as her husband's third-party custodian, Pecora must turn over all of his firearms to the police, and he cannot have contact with suspected drug supplier George Zito." ...
 

IL: Sheriff looks into pistol switch
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It could have been worse. The Smith & Wesson service pistols that the Madison County Sheriff's Department says have misfired, misfed, or simply broken down from time to time in recent months, might have happened in the line of duty."

"'We were able to narrow it down to training when the guns would break,' Madison County Sheriff Capt. Eric Decker said recently, adding, 'Having a gun break down is not a good thing.'" ...

"The failures have caused alarm such that the Sheriff's Department is seeking to replace all 97 Smith & Wesson .40 calibre Sigma pistols that deputies now carry with Glock .40 calibre pistols." ...
 

South Africa: Policeman's 'warning shot' kills 15-year-old
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A fifteen-year-old child returning from a shebeen after midnight was shot and killed on Sunday morning by a policeman."

"A 40-year-old police inspector ... has been arrested on a charge of murder."

"The child ... was killed in the early hours of Sunday, 11 December, while he was returning from a local shebeen, together with a group of other teenagers. The group, including Ndivhuwo, was escorting the policeman’s 15-year-old daughter back home from the shebeen."

"... the policeman found four boys quarrelling with his teenage daughter. It is alleged that the suspect then ordered the boys to leave his daughter alone and fired 'warning shots'. The deceased died instantly from a bullet wound to his head." ...
 

Nairobi: More Roles for a Force Gone Berserk
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Administration Police force, popularly known as the AP, is ever in the news for all the wrong reasons. When it is not the bizarre reports of officers using their firearms to kill the very people they are supposed to protect, it is about them blowing off their own heads or even those of their bosses." ...

"In the last three years, APs have been implicated in more than 75 criminal cases ranging from murder, robbery with violence, theft, assault, attempted suicide, unlawful arrest, creating disturbance, harassment, extortion, malicious damage and misuse of firearms. Eleven of the cases involved murder while nine were to do with robbery with violence." ...
 

Lagos: Police intensify search, extortion on Lagos roads
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"In a bid to curtail criminal activities in Lagos, the police have increased their presence on Lagos roads."

"On most major roads, they now mount roadblocks about one kilometre apart, where they conduct stop-and-search on motorists, passengers and commercial motorcyclists alike." ...

"However, the men in black do not limit their activities to crime-prevention alone, they have also become more daring in extorting money from motorists and commercial motorcyclists otherwise called Okada riders."

"Okada riders now dread Bab Animashawun Street in Surulere and Mushin - Ojuelegba Road because of the many checkpoints there, as every motorcyclist must 'settle' at almost all the checkpoints that have become toll-collecting points." ...
 

China: The Choice is Whether To Let Corrupt Officials Die Or Let The People Die
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"On the eve of December 6, 2005, in Shanwei city, Guangdong province, several thousand soldiers and riot police massacred protesting villagers in Dongzhou town with rifles and tanks. The Xinhua News Agency, Beijing's official mouthpiece, did not report the incident until December 10, and indicated that 'a few people incited a severe illegal incident, beating, damaging and burning...,' and claimed that only three persons were accidentally killed, and eight persons mistakenly injured. But, according to local witnesses, dozens of people were shot dead." ...
 

AR: Officials Urge Parents to Practice Gun Safety
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A recent accidental shooting is a reminder to everyone, especially parents, to be concerned with gun safety."

"New guns automatically come with their own locks, but perhaps educating kids on the dangers might be the best protection. When looking at buying a gun, safety is paramount. Older guns might not come with their own locks, which means it's left up to the owner to buy one."

"Police suggest that parents keep their weapons in a gun safe, and store ammunition and the gun separately. Finally, talk to your kids, explaining to them the dangers of these weapons." ...
 

MA: 'Strict' Mass. gun laws misfire
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"Last week state police busted a trio of alleged drug dealers ... allegedly carrying two kilograms of cocaine ..."

"Lucky for the cops, and for the community, the men were allegedly carrying enough drugs to send them to jail for a long, long time. Lucky because the AK-47 machine gun Alvarado allegedly stashed under his bed ... would not guarantee him much jail time, despite the two loaded clips tucked neatly beside the machine gun."

"Nor would the loaded .22-caliber Beretta cops say was hidden next to the assault rifle."

"Because the guns were in Alvarado’s home, rather than on his person, the state’s mandatory one year for gun possession does not apply and the charge is a misdemeanor for not having a firearms identification card." ...
 

OH: Exposed: The anti-gunners behind Issues 2 through 5 (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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... "Various entities in the establishment media are finally revealing that even more of George Soros' money was funneled into this effort than previously reported. As we told you in September, it was already established that Soros had already laundered contributions to RON through organizations such as Common Cause. But the final campaign finance records reveal that another $300,000 contribution from Soros was given to RON through a shadowy group called Citizens To End Corruption the day before the election!"

"Other contributors to RON directly or indirectly? None other than Ohio's own anti-gun billionaire, and a Rockefeller liberal from New York City." ...
 

AR: Huckabee Bags 10-Point Buck
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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After coming up empty handed from several deer-hunting trips this year, Governor Huckabee bagged a ten-point buck over the weekend. Huckabee says the deer is the largest he's ever killed.

Huckabee says he hunted once during muzzle-loading season, and had also tried to take a deer a few different times during the modern gun season. By Saturday, Huckabee said he "was getting a little desperate."

The governor got the deer on a hunt near DeWitt.
 

PA: Hunters take aim at high-tech gear
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Raising a rifle scope to his eye, Dan Tracey squints and takes aim at an imaginary target. Then, he twists a knob and the device's cross-hairs light up like a Christmas tree."

"'If it's pitch black (outside), you can see everything,' said the 25-year-old hunter, placing the $1,400 accessory back in a display case at the Sportsman's Warehouse store he manages on Pittsburgh's outskirts."

"Electronic scopes are among an array of high-tech gadgets and premium quality products to hit the market in recent years and contribute to unprecedented spending among hunters, even as the number of people taking up the sport continues to decline." ...
 

UK: Man killed by police 'had weapons'
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"A man shot dead by police was wielding a sword and a gun just minutes before he was killed, it has emerged."

"Phillip Marsden, 47, of Bondfield Way, Meir, Stoke-on-Trent, died after police were called to his home by a neighbour."

"A firearm was later found at the scene, in Bondfield Way, Meir, Stoke-on-Trent."

"Armed police were called to a block of flats in the street after a neighbour saw the 47-year-old with the weapons. Minutes later he was shot on a communal landing."

"The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating the incident." ...
 

NJ: Guns, gangs get the blame as killings rise
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"Experts blame guns and gangs for this year's spike in homicides in Hudson County."

"There have been 50 homicides in Hudson County this year, the highest total since 1989. Nearly half the homicides - 23 out of 50 - were shooting deaths, records show."

"Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio blamed 'the availability and access to hand guns, especially semiautomatic pistols.'" ...

Submitter's Comment: Time to trot out those old hobgoblins: guns and gangs.

Substitute "less than" for "nearly" and you're closer to the truth, with less spin. Ask someone from Pa. about that last comment.
 

IN: Auxiliary police officer aims for dog, shoots fiance
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"Gary police say an auxiliary police officer accidentally shot her fiance in the leg while defending herself from a charging pit bull."

"The officer, Tracey Berry, will be required to be retrained on firearms. Her police powers have been temporarily suspended in the meantime."
 

WY: Proposed legislation would expand Wyoming deadly force law
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Wyoming could both ease legal restrictions on the use of deadly force and allow more citizens to carry concealed weapons under measures some lawmakers are pushing in the coming legislative session."

"Reps. Stephen Watt, R-Rock Springs, and Mick Powers, R-Lyman, are sponsoring a measure that would put Wyoming into the ranks of 'no-retreat' states."

"In addition to specifying that Wyoming citizens have no duty to try to escape before using deadly force against an assailant, their bill would also specify that people have a right to assume that anyone breaking into their home poses a deadly threat in most instances."
 

CO: NRA classes designed for safety and protection
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"An intruder breaks in during the night. There’s a gun available, but no one is exactly sure how to use it or what to do with it. Someone calls 911, but while the police are on their way the intruder may harm the home’s inhabitants."

"Kathryn Wolf, a National Rifle Association-certified training counselor, is currently instructing a class to help prevent such a situation. The class is a combination of two NRA courses: Basic Pistol and Personal Protection in the Home."
 

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