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Ron Paul: It Can Happen Here
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In 2002 I asked my House colleagues a rhetorical question with regard to the onslaught of government growth in the post-September 11th era: Is America becoming a police state?"

"The question is no longer rhetorical. We are not yet living in a total police state, but it is fast approaching. The seeds of future tyranny have been sown, and many of our basic protections against government have been undermined. The atmosphere since 2001 has permitted Congress to create whole new departments and agencies that purport to make us safer – always at the expense of our liberty. But security and liberty go hand-in-hand. Members of Congress, like too many Americans, don't understand that a society with no constraints on its government cannot be secure. ..." ...
 

One Origin of Gun Laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"One useful fact all Americans should keep in mind is that they have no 'right' to be protected by the police. American police are reactive, not proactive. They don't usually "prevent" crime. They catch lawbreakers after they have committed a crime."

"This was by design of the Founding Fathers. Because, as we see today with the anti-terrorism laws, in order to 'prevent' crime, police would need all sorts of obnoxious powers that would trample all over our rights of life, liberty and property."

"Instead, Americans were intended to have the means of self defense. Put another way, the Constitution does not grant the federal government the authority to restrict American citizens from keeping and bearing arms. ..." ...
 

Bad News for John Lott
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"Back in 1997, John Lott wrote an article in the Journal of Legal Studies putting forward data that seemed to show that right-to-carry (gun) laws reduced violent crimes. That article, and the subsequent book 'More Guns Less Crime' influenced me and many others -- including state legislatures that passed right-to-carry laws based in significant part on the assertion that this would reduce crime. I don't have any particular precommitments regarding guns (and I shot many a gun while hunting as a youth), so I am guided by the empirical evidence. If more guns produces net benefits to society, then let's have more guns; if it doesn't, then let's not." ...
 

Hunting for Answers
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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... "The bottom line is that whether or not Chang Vang legally owned a firearm or what kind of gun it was is immaterial. Had his gun been illegal, a man inclined to disregard other laws will almost certainly ignore just one more. The reality is that the tragic circumstances in Wisconsin have nothing to do with laws, guns or ethnicity, and everything to do with a man who apparently methodically and without legitimate justification murdered other human beings in cold blood." ...
 

Relaxed gun laws haven't translated into demand for licenses
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Even as more states make it easier for people to carry handguns in public, citizen demand to legally carry a small firearm has lagged far behind expectations, according to law enforcement data from states that have recently relaxed their handgun laws." ...
 

Groups give hunting unfair label
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"Animal rights organizations would have you believe that animals have the same rights as people. That's the key to their strategy of blurring the lines of discussion to the extent that it's hard discern right from wrong."

"Do animals have the same rights as humans?"

"First, let's take a look at how the People of Ethical Treatment of Animals handles this question, as taken from their Web site's frequently asked questions:"

"'You may believe that animals should be killed, that black people should be enslaved, or that women should be beaten, but you don't always have the right to put your beliefs into practice. The very nature of reform movements is to tell others what to do – don't use humans as slaves, don't sexually harass women, etc. – and all movements initially encounter opposition from people who want to continue to take part in the criticized behavior.'" ...
 

TX: Lawyers for a man wrongly sent to prison say DNA cleared him in November 2002
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"The El Paso County district attorney apologized to a state prison inmate Monday and is expected to support an effort to free him after 16 years behind bars for a rape conviction apparently based on faulty testing by the Texas Department of Public Safety." ...

"According to Moon's attorneys, DPS notes indicate that on Nov. 8, 2002, upon completion of the DNA testing, DPS officials notified the El Paso County District Attorney's Office that Moon's DNA did not match the semen from the crime scene."

"'Moon was conclusively excluded as the male donor on both stains,' the DPS stated."

"The lab report was issued on April 24, 2003. However, Moon didn't learn of the result until this fall, after his attorneys filed on open-records request." ...
 

OH: Newspaper carrier raped on the job; her employer bans self-defense
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"The Toledo Blade reported today that one of its delivery personnel was raped early yesterday morning by a man who forced himself into her car on Tremainsville Road in the northwest part of Toledo." ...

"Everyone who follows this issue is acutely aware of the Toledo Blade's editorial stance against self-defense. So it will likely come as no surprise that an OFCC source confirmed today that the Blade enforces a ban against concealed carry on all of its employees, including newspaper carriers who travel into dangerous areas at odd hours of the night." ...

"It is incumbent upon incoming the 126th General Assembly (2005-2006) to remove civil liability immunity from businesses which act to render employees and/or customers defenseless."
 

CA: Authorities say Waterford woman kills live-in boyfriend in self-defense
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Stanislaus County authorities say a woman shot and killed the man she lived with early yesterday, apparently after he had beaten her.

The coroner's office identified the dead man as 49-year-old Daniel Hollenbeck of Waterford. The woman's name was not released, and authorities are calling her a domestic violence victim.

Neighbors say the woman often had bruises on her face and body, and Hollenbeck had been repeatedly arrested on domestic violence allegations.

The woman called nine-one-one and told dispatchers she had just shot Hollenbeck. She said she did it to stop him from beating her, according to the sheriff.

The woman was treated at a local hospital, but she was not arrested.
 

OK: Sheriff: Self-defense suspected in shooting death
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... "Roy Dillingham, 48, was loading cattle into a trailer four miles south of Wagoner around 9 a.m. when his brother, Troy Dillingham, approached him, Wagoner County Sheriff Rudy Briggs said. The sheriff said Roy Dillingham had obtained a restraining order against his 43-year-old brother."

"'Roy is deathly afraid of Troy, so, when Troy advanced, he shot him,' Briggs said."

"Roy Dillingham allegedly shot his brother once in the chest with a .38-caliber pistol, Briggs said. Troy Dillingham died shortly afterward."

"Investigators suspect Roy Dillingham acted in self-defense, and he was not taken into custody, Briggs said." ...
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Submitter's Comment: Note the proper use of a restraining order: proof of self-defense.
 

FL: Stetson law prof's hard ascent
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"Luz Nagle reached the pinnacle of her law career last week when Judge E. J. Salcines slipped a black robe onto her shoulders."

"The ceremony celebrated Nagle's ascension to full professor, the first person of Hispanic descent to reach that stature at Stetson University College of Law. She received a standing ovation from students and faculty."

"In terms of drama, however, the achievement doesn't come close to the events that led to it."

"Nagle was a judge in her native Colombia during the 1980s, a time when drug lords ruled much of the country. She survived three assassination attempts. During the second one, she rolled onto the floor of her office like the cops on television, pulled a .38-caliber pistol from her purse and shot a drug cartel's bodyguard in the leg." ...
 

South Africa: Wild West shootout [Translation: Armed self-defense saves lives]
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"A fearless father turned hero at the weekend to save his injured son from a five-strong "knocker gang" which had murder in mind."

"The 'very professional, very organised' gang struck shortly after Avikash Kissoonlall, 26, and his father, Sham, had withdrawn more than R100 000 in cash from their city bank." ...

"His father lost his glasses in the tussle. Then his son managed to throw his own gun across to him with his uninjured arm."

"Trained in combat shooting, Kissoonlall senior felt no fear as he fired at the gang."

"And although he 'couldn't see his sights' because he had lost his glasses, he believed he shot the gunman as he was getting into the getaway car." ...
 

NC: 2nd-Graders Tote Guns to School
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Two North Carolina second-graders are facing charges after one of them brought a pistol to school.

The two were caught when one student told a teacher that a boy had brought the 22-caliber gun to school and let another boy handle it.

The gun wasn't loaded.

The boys were charged with possessing a firearm on school property — a felony. They also were suspended from school for ten days.

Police in Mount Airy say they don't know who owns the gun but that the parents of both children are cooperating.
 

NY: Teen charged for bringing loaded gun to school
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A teenage student at a Catholic high school in Queens was arrested Monday for carrying a loaded gun to school, police said.

Richard Gamarra, 16, of 42-52 Union St. in Flushing, had a loaded 9mm pistol in his backpack at Holy Cross High School when police responded to the school, at 26-20 Francis Lewis Blvd., at 2:15 p.m.

An anonymous caller phoned 911, alerting police of the situation, police said. The caller was believed to be another student at the all-boys school.

Gamarra was charged with criminal possession of a weapon, police said.
 

CT: Barlow student charged for bringing gun to school
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"Police said they arrested a 15-year-old Easton boy at his home Friday for bringing a firearm to school and threatening to hurt someone. He was also the second Joel Barlow High School student charged with sending threatening e-mails this year."

"On Friday, Redding and Easton police officers searched the suspect's locker after being contacted by school faculty, but could not locate the gun or the student, according to Redding Police Chief Douglas Fuchs." ...

"Redding Police Chief Douglas Fuchs said the 15-year-old brought a gun to school and showed it to someone a few weeks ago, before bringing it to school again 'one or two weeks ago.'" ...
 

AL: Bullet-mark database praised by law officers
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"After about three years in use, a sophisticated computer system that records bullet markings the way similar programs catalog fingerprints has not solved any major crimes in Mobile, but is proving to be an 'absolutely excellent tool,' a city police detective says." [emphasis added] ...

"Scott Milroy, a gun and bullet expert with the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences' office in Mobile, said his department bought one of the high-tech identification systems for about $350,000." ...

"Rector said that since he got his system about two years ago, he's gotten at least 20 'cold hits.'" ...

"The firearms specialist said he was not aware of any arrests being made as a result of the cold hits." [emphasis added] ...
 

CT: Trooper Shoots Hunting Partner
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"An off-duty state trooper accidentally shot his friend with a black powder rifle as they were hunting for deer Monday afternoon, seriously injuring the man, state police and Department of Environmental Protection officials said."

"The shooting involving Trooper Jason Deojay is being investigated by the DEP because it was a hunting accident, police said. His friend, who police have not identified, was shot in the jaw, police said."

"The injured hunter was initially taken to Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, but was transferred by Life Star helicopter to Hartford Hospital for further treatment. He was listed in serious condition." ...
 

CA: Calif. Man Shoots Cop Then Kills Self While in Custody
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"A man who shot and wounded a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop in Muscoy on Friday morning killed himself an hour later while alone inside a sheriff's interview room with a pistol he apparently sneaked into the building, officials said."

"Sheriff Gary Penrod said officers failed to adequately search the man, identified by the San Bernardino County Coroner's office as Ricardo Alfonso Cerna, 47, of San Bernardino." ...

"In an extraordinary move, a 13-minute surveillance-camera video that included footage of the man's suicide was shown by the Sheriff's Department to reporters, the leaders of local Latino groups and officials from the Mexican consulate to quash any questions regarding the department's treatment of Hispanic subjects." ...
 

WV: Gun fund law at issue
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"Revelations that Kanawha County Sheriff Dave Tucker used public money from concealed weapons permits to buy tepees and costumes for his department might prompt the Legislature to tighten controls on how the permit funds are used."

"'I don't think there's any question that we need to get handles around it,' said Senate Minority Leader Vic Sprouse, R-Kanawha. 'We at least need to put it under the purview of the county commissions.'"

"Kanawha County officials are questioning a list of expenditures that show Tucker spent $234 on tepees last year. Another check shows the sheriff's office paid $222 for costumes. Records show both items were for a program called Navigating Through History." ...
 

Thailand: Thai suspect in backpacker killings free
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"Judges ruled that a Thai policeman accused of killing two young British tourists will remain free on bail, despite requests made by the victims' relatives that he be detained."

"Sgt Somchai Visetsingha is accused of killing Adam Lloyd, 25, and Vanessa Arscott, 24, on September 9 in the popular tourist town of Kanchanaburi, about 110km west of the capital, Bangkok.

Somchai eluded a massive manhunt for nearly a month but surrendered to police on October 7."

"He was freed on bail in November after pleading innocent to murder and weapons charges, which carry a maximum penalty of death. The trial begins on January 13." ...

"Somchai had admitted to killing the two tourists immediately after his arrest." ...
 

India: Officer breaks in & 'robs' guns, treasury guards snore
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"Not in their wildest dreams did the guards at the treasury building here think that they would be caught napping, literally."

"At midnight on Saturday, subdivisional police officer Ujjal Kumar Bhowmick caught two armed sentries curled up comfortably in chairs on the verandah of the treasury building, snoring lightly."

"Their rifles, too, were at rest, propped against a wall, an arm’s length away."

"Bhowmick decided against interfering with their sleep and chose instead to walk away with the rifles."

"Police sources said he had been tipped-off about the guards’ habits. But what Bhowmick saw during his surprise check left him surprised." ...
 

NY: Friends' Games Turn Deadly
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"A day of playing virtual-reality video games ended in an all-too-real tragedy when a Brooklyn teenager toying with a loaded gun accidentally shot and killed his childhood pal, cops said yesterday."

"The victim, Dario Lam, 17, was shot twice in the chest 7 p.m. Saturday and died 30 minutes later at Kings County Hospital."

"His longtime buddy, Austin Burton, 18, of East 21st Street, in Flatbush, told cops he didn't know the pistol was loaded when he pulled the trigger."

"Burton shot Lam in front of two other friends who were at Burton's apartment having fun with a PlayStation. They warned Burton to put the gun down, but he insisted it wasn't loaded, according to a family friend." ...
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Submitter's Note: It wasn't the games that were deadly, but the ignorance of guns fostered by the Million Murderous Mothers and their ilk.
 

CA: With the new year come new state laws
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... "One of the more controversial laws to take effect Jan. 1 is a ban on a firearm known as the .50-caliber BMG. The law requires existing owners to register with the state and allows the state attorney general to issue permits in some cases for new weapons."

"Supporters say such weapons are too powerful and deadly and could be used by a terrorist or criminal to inflict major damage from a long distance. Gun enthusiasts say the .50-caliber BMG is one of the most popular target shooting rifles because of its power and accuracy and that it is rarely used for criminal purposes." ...

"Chuck Michel, an attorney and spokesman for the California Rifle and Pistol Association, said target shooters already are looking at ways to modify their existing guns so they fall outside the definition provided in the law. Others are stocking up on the weapon now to beat the Jan. 1 deadline, to the point that gun shops cannot keep them in stock." ...
 

CA: Gun Control: Hiding Their Heads in San Francisco
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"'We know that for even law-abiding folks who own guns, the rates of suicide and mortality are substantially higher. So while just perceived to be a crime thing, we think there is a wide benefit to limiting the number of guns in the city.' – Bill Barnes, aide to Supervisor Chris Daly (1)"

"With this erroneous claim to bolster them, San Francisco supervisors kicked off a campaign to get voters to approve a city-wide handgun ban to take effect in 2006. What they are ignoring, besides statistical data, is history." ...

"With no conclusive relationship between civilian disarmament and murder rates, the onus of proving that law-abiding gun owners represent a threat to public health and safety rests firmly with the SF supervisors. Unless, of course, they intend to force a legal system upon residents that presumes guilt." ...
 

CA: Bid for handgun ban faces hurdles -- S.F. measure's legal, practical obstacles
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"San Francisco supervisors want to make the city the second in the nation to ban the ownership of handguns, but whether such a law would prove to be more than symbolic remains to be seen."

"First, legal challenges are being readied by those who see the proposed law -- set to go to voters next fall -- as bucking state law, which says law-abiding citizens do not need permits or licenses to keep handguns in their homes."

"Then there are practical hurdles: How do you enforce a ban in the absence of a public registry of gun owners in California? And of what value is such a measure for police, who already have the authority to take guns from criminal suspects?" ...
 

CA: Hunting shouldn't be called 'sport' (Letter)
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... "They say it's a great sport. How can anyone consider this a sport when these animals do not present any possible competition except for their natural instinct to survive? So why call it a sport?" ...
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Submitter’s comment: More circular reasoning from the antis. If the only guns they want to let us have are for "sporting purposes," and if hunting is not a sport…
 

VT: 4-H trailer makes for a moving target
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"Vermont 4-H Shooting Sports gave the community an interactive peek at their new mobile shooting range Saturday with free air gun demonstrations on Northside Drive."

"On the last weekend before Christmas, shopping traffic flowed by heavily, giving many drivers an eyeful of the gutted and redesigned trailer that houses the shooting range."

"The goal of the range is to teach the safe and appropriate handling of firearms." ...
 

PA: Fritz top shooter in rifle match [first story on page]
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Scott Fritz scored a 254 to pace Shanksville's 1,111-720 victory over Meyersdale in a high school rifle match Friday.

The victory hikes Shanksville's record to 2-0.

The top three shooters for Shanksville were Fritz, Jenn Lowery 236 and Josh Rubright 214.

The top three shooters for Meyersdale were Kayla Wedge 181, Emily Baer 142 and Katie Grube 138.
 

UK: Help us ban the BB gun
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"IT looks real and even though it is plastic the 6mm BB bullet' it fires could certainly cause someone an injury, if not worse. Yet at the North Weald Airfield market on Saturday I bought this M31 Sport Pistol for just £2, the cheapest weapon that the stall was selling."

"But the Double Eagle Sport Pistol looked just as realistic as the others on sale. The box contains a warning that the gun should not be fired at humans or animals, and warns that it should not be used by anyone aged under 14."

"Following our purchase and an approach by the police, market operator Hughmark International has decided to introduce a total ban on BB gun sales from January 1, at all of the 20 markets that it runs across the country." ...
 

South Africa: Pretoria man shoots woman, kills himself
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A man shot and injured a woman before fatally wounding himself in the veld near the Huisvergenoeg retirement home in Queenswood tonight, Pretoria police said. Captain Piletji Sebola said their identities and ages were not yet known.

The woman was shot once in the head, arm and leg, and admitted to the Pretoria Academic hospital in a serious condition. The man was found dead with a gunshot wound to his head. A 9mm pistol was found next to him.

Sebola said the motive for the incident was not known.
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Submitter's Note: What's the purpose of South Africa's incredibly restrictive gun laws if they don't prevent crimes like this?
 

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