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OH: Warren Tribune Chronicle publishes 'firearms shopping list' again
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"The assault by a few media outlets in Ohio on thousands of concealed handgun license-holders who have broken no laws, violated no other persons' rights, and who simply wish to exercise their constitutional right to self-defense continues:"

"An OFCC supporter has alerted this organization that Trumbull County's Warren Tribune Chronicle has once again abused the media access loophole and published the names of CHL-holders. According to another supporter, the newspaper has published lists of CHL-holders in Trumbull, Mahoning, and Summit Counties on an almost weekly basis since last July."

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154 Officers Died in Line of Duty in 2004
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More cops killed by cars than guns?

Time to BAN cars.....they are too dangerous to police officers......

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" Law enforcement organizations reported Tuesday that 154 officers died in the line of duty in 2004, nearly half of them in traffic-related accidents."

"The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and Concerns of Police Survivors said the statistics for 2004 were compiled from reports through Dec. 24."

"Seventy-two local, state and federal officers died from traffic-related accidents while 57, about one-third, died from shootings, the organizations said. A variety of causes led to the other deaths."
 

John Lott: Shooting Blanks
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"THIS month the National Academy of Sciences issued a 328-page report on gun-control laws. The big news is that the academy's panel couldn't identify any benefits of decades-long effort to reduce crime and injury by restricting gun ownership. The only conclusion it could draw was: Let's study the question some more (presumably, until we find the results we want)."

"The academy, however, should believe its own findings. Based on 253 journal articles, 99 books, 43 government publications, a survey that covered 80 different gun-control measures and some of its own empirical work, the panel couldn't identify a single gun-control regulation that reduced violent crime, suicide or accidents."

"From the assault-weapons ban to the Brady Act to one-gun-a-month restrictions to gun locks, nothing worked."
 

Hammer named to Hall of Fame
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"Nationally renowned gun-rights advocate Marion P. Hammer of Tallahassee and two other Florida women were named to the state Women's Hall of Fame on Tuesday by Gov. Jeb Bush."

"The Florida Commission on the Status of Women, within the state Attorney General's office, selects 10 finalists before the governor chooses three for induction."

"Hammer, 65, said she was surprised and honored by her upcoming induction in March."
 

Nathan Tabor: "Doctors Kill More People a Year than Guns"
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"Itís time to restore some common sense to the hysterical debate over gun control. When Cain killed Abel with a rock, God didnít ban all rocks. He dealt with Cain personally. We need to enforce our criminal laws against murder, robbery, and assault."

"I will cite the testimony of just one more expert witness. No, itís not another politician or media pundit. Hereís what former Mafia underboss, self-confessed hit man, and government informant Sammy 'The Bull' Gravano had to say:

ďGun control? Itís the best thing you can do for crooks and gangsters. I want you to have nothing. If Iím a bad guy, Iím always gonna have a gun. Safety locks? You pull the trigger with a lock on, and Iíll pull the trigger. Weíll see who wins."

"Itís time for Liberals to go out and buy a gun. And maybe get a life or at least protect one."
 

Justice report shows fallacy of gun sales law
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"In the wake of the 1999 Columbine shootings, Colorado voters passed a law requiring background checks for all firearm sales at gun shows. The argument in favor of the law was that criminals were taking advantage of the fact that such checks had been required only if a licensed firearms dealer was selling a gun. But if a recent report from the Justice Department is any indicator, this law and others like it are likely not very effective."

"The study noted that the number of criminals who obtained guns from retail outlets was dwarfed by the number of those who picked up their arms through means other than legal purchases. ..." ...

"The Justice Departmentís interviews also showed the falseness of the notion that so-called assault weapons in private hands decrease the safety of police officers and citizens."
 

CA: San Francisco gun ban proposal flies in the face of facts
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"San Francisco political leaders recently proposed a complete ban on private gun ownership in addition to a city ordinance prohibiting gun-related activities such as gun shows. This anti-gun move is a result of the city's high homicide rate, according to officials. Yet, there are many crime experts who believe San Francisco's zeal for disarming law-abiding citizens is based on a myth: that gun ownership causes violent crime."

"When the FBI's annual crime report -- the Uniform Crime Report or UCR -- revealed that only 26% of violent crimes involved a firearm, the naysayers in the news media and anti-gun lobby denigrated the statistics and continued their opposition to citizen gun ownership. ..."
 

AZ: Officer shot, booked on violence counts
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"Phoenix police arrested one of their officers Tuesday on charges of domestic violence after his wife said she shot him several times to defend herself."

"Detective Billy Soza, a 25-year officer, was booked on two counts of aggravated assault and one count of kidnapping, said Sgt. Randy Force, a spokesman for the department."

"Soza, 53, was released from St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center about 4:30 p.m. and booked into Madison Street Jail, Force said."
 

AZ: Criminal justice: A system in need of repair (Includes Kunzelli Trail blurb)
Submitted by: medicdave

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"In 2004, officials in the criminal justice system in Flagstaff and Coconino County faced the problem of a new jail that had become full years before anticipated. And petty offenders, often alcohol-addicted street people and drug abusers, passed continually through a costly revolving-door criminal justice system with little accountability."

"Judges, attorneys, court staff, city and county law enforcement officers and city and county government officials gathered and made a petition for help to the U.S. Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections. By the summer, the NIC came back with the results: The justice system in Coconino County is in trouble, and something needs to be done."

"Officials are hopeful that 2005 will begin to bring about a plan of action to repair the troubled criminal justice system."
 

FL: Deputy's Taser Gun Stolen During Arrest Attempt
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An Orange County sheriff's deputy's Taser gun was stolen during an attempted arrest Wednesday morning, according to Local 6 News.

Police said it happened when a deputy responded to a burglary alarm at the America's Check Express-Ace Cash Express located on Silver Star Road near Pine Hills Road.

One of two suspects was caught by police at the scene. However, while he was being handcuffed, he overpowered a deputy and took off with the Taser gun.

Police are still searching for the man.

Watch Local 6 News for more on this developing story.
 

MD: Records show only half of state's gun dealers checked in three years
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"Fewer than half of the licensed firearms dealers in Maryland were inspected in a three-year period, well behind the federal government's stated goal of inspecting every dealer at least once every three years."

"From January 2000 through May 2003, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives inspected only 308 of 654 federally licensed firearms dealers in the state, a Capital News Service analysis of the agency's data shows."

"Still, the pace of inspections in Maryland was better than in the nation as a whole, where ATF records show that a little more than 4 percent of federally licensed firearms dealers were inspected in a given year."
 

MA: Police Officer Accused of Beating Mother Released on Bail
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"A Peabody police officer accused of beating his 73-year-old mother into a coma can remain free while he awaits trial as long as he does not contact her."

"George Sideris, 33, was released Tuesday on personal recognizance following a dangerousness hearing in Salem Superior Court. Judge David Lowy also ordered him to move out of the Peabody house he shares with his mother, Melpomeni Sideris, if she's released from the Boston hospital where she has been recovering since awakening from the coma."

"Sideris was ordered to surrender his gun and undergo psychological evaluation and treatment."
 

Kathryn Graham: Felons and Guns Revisited
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"The first misconception I see today is that most felons are violent. This simply is not true. In these days of mandatory sentencing guidelines, most criminals who did more than spit on the sidewalk or jaywalk are felons. Most drug possession charges are felonies. Most hot check charges are felonies. Most tax offenses are felonies. Most frauds are felonies. As a result, you have a huge group of felons today who are guilty of either unintentional or victimless crimes, and the majority are entirely non-violent. One of my closest friends today wrote some inadvertent hot checks thirty years ago, when she was all of seventeen. Today, she is an ordained minister who spends most of her time helping people. Nevertheless, she is branded as a felon forever - and forever barred from purchasing a firearm, although the State of Texas will generously permit her to possess a firearm in her home. And what firearm would that be? A gift that could get the giver in a lot of trouble? A firearm belonging to her spouse? Or perhaps a borrowed firearm? This is a recipe for disaster if I ever read one!"
 

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Canada: Speaking out on wasted tax dollars in gun registry fiasco
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"Over 80,000 members of Ontario's largest fishing and hunting organization are giving a standing ovation to Sarnia MP Roger Gallaway."

"The latest (but certainly not the first) Liberal politician disgusted by his government's own reckless spending on the gun registry fiasco."

"The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters applauds Mr. Gallaway for speaking out against $1 billion in wasted tax dollars to fuel a program that does absolutely nothing to keep Canadians safe..."
 

UK: Man killed in doorstep shooting
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"A man was shot as he opened his front door in Liverpool, in what police say was a targeted attack."

"The 45-year-old, who has not been named, was wounded in the chest at 11.50pm on Tuesday at Little Heath Road in Speke, and died later in hospital."

"He managed to walk to a nearby police station, about 100 yards away, where he collapsed."
 

Borneo: Men face Death Penalty for gun possession ("Firearms Trio further remanded"
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Men facing Death Penalty for "allegedly" possessing firearms and ammunition, a violation of the "Public Order Act"...

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"Three men who could face death penalty for allegedly having in possession of two firearms, ammunition and on abetting charges respectively, were further remanded for two weeks pending the completion of investigations and reports from the army on the weapons and ammunitions."

"The defendants are Yusnizam bin Haji Yaakub, 24, Mohd Junaidi bin Moksin, 31, and Morsidi bin Hj Yakub, 21. The trio appeared in the Bandar Magistrate's Court yesterday."

"Yusnizam and Mohd Junaidi were charged with two charges of having in their possession of two different types of firearms on the November 3 this year around 1:30am in Temburong District, in a special area, without lawful excuse and without lawful authority to have those firearms."

"It is an offence punishable under section 28 (1) of the Public Order Act (Cap. 148)."
 

OH: Armed robbery at 'no-guns' Bureau of Workers' Comp garage
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"Ohioans For Concealed Carry has learned that there has been a robbery at a parking garage that is leased to the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation in Columbus."

"While information is still sketchy, initial information is that a female attendant who was working in a ticket booth (behind prominently displayed "no-guns" signs) was robbed on Wednesday morning, December 29."

"The criminal informed the attendant that he had a gun, took her purse and stole her car. The attendant is being described as having been 'shaken' by the incident."
 

CA: Pots & pans beat firing guns, driving drunk New Yearís Eve
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"Although incidents of New Yearís Eve gunshots Ė those firing into the air to celebrate the stroke of midnight Ė have lessened over the years, it is still a strong safety concern according to a Santa Paula Police official. New Yearís Eve is Friday night and many people will have parties to celebrate the coming of 2005." ...

"Commander Hanson said why some people are compelled to fire shots into the air is often simple, albeit simple-minded: 'To some people itís just the same as banging on pots and pans or blowing on noise makers, but itís certainly far from the safest thing you can do to celebrate the New Year.' "
 

What 2005 should be like!
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"Those who would seek to destroy the Second Amendment and disarm the American people should study exactly where the idiocy of gun control has led everywhere it has been tried. What will happen if these folks succeed is crime will rise, innocents will suffer and criminals will win." ...

"All of the folks who have supported cell phone bans while driving, or who have cheered cities, which have banned smoking in restaurants, should stop and think. They should think about what they are supporting. Do they really want the government to be their nanny? Do they really want every choice dictated to them? If so, let them move to Cuba and leave us to our free country the Founders envisioned!"
 

FL: Collier County Sheriff's Office offers free firearms courses
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"The Collier County Sheriff's Office periodically offers free courses in basic pistol and firearms safety. Successful completion of the course can lead to a certificate necessary for applying for a concealed weapons permit. Even if you have no need or desire to apply for the permit, the course offers beginners as well as the experienced, basic invaluable information about handguns, and the opportunity to practice using them under a controlled teaching situation."

"There are four four-hour classroom sessions as well as two three-hour instruction and practice days at a firing range."

"Instructors are certified with The National Rifle Association and The State of Florida."
 

PA: Hilltown worries about gunfire
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"The errant shot came from a rifle fired by John Dembrosky, a longtime gun owner who was practicing with friends on a homemade target a quarter-mile away at his Hilltown Township home, police said."

"When told about the damage, Dembrosky apologized and agreed to pay for the damage and to stop firing guns on his property, police said. Because he did not violate a law, he was not charged with a crime."

"Word of the incident has some Hilltown residents and supervisors concerned gun owners practicing at home in the fast-growing community could lead to tragedy. During their monthly meeting Monday, the supervisors agreed to consider changes to a firearms ordinance that some residents called vague." ...

"The supervisors agreed the problem should be addressed and asked the township solicitor and Police Chief Chris Engelhart to look at the ordinance to see if it can be tightened."
 

FL: Teen dies after being shot with Taser gun by Collier County deputies
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"A teenager died after he was zapped with a Taser gun and doused with a substance similar to pepper spray during a fight with Collier County sheriff's deputies, officials said."

"Christopher Hernandez, 19, of Fort Myers, was the third suspect to die in Florida this month after being subdued with a Taser gun. Hernandez died Tuesday, several hours after officials say he attacked deputies, kicking and ripping their uniforms. He ignored orders to stop."
 

Taser expects consumers, foreign buyers to boost stun gun sales
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"Taser International Inc., the biggest maker of stun guns, expects demand from consumers and foreign buyers to lift sales, President Thomas Smith said today."

"The company is counting on a Dec. 20 agreement with firearms distributor Davidson's Inc. to help it reach consumers, Smith, 37, said in an interview. Taser has tried to break into the consumer market for 10 years and was 'never really that successful at it,' he said."
 

TX: Police Use Gun Locks to Prevent Firing Guns on New Years
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"New Years Eve you'll hear fire works, see people celebrating with friends, then all of a sudden you'll hear a round of bullets being fired into the air."

"Almost every New Year's Eve someone gets shot by one of those stray bullets." ...

"Lieutenant Orlando Rodriguez from the Brownsville Police Department says they're taking steps to save lives this holiday." ...

"This year they're handing out gun locks hoping to prevent those who shouldn't be handling a gun from firing one off."
 

UK: Purdey welcomes Russia's gun buyers
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"It has taken almost 90 years but Purdey, manufacturer of possibly the world's most prized shotguns, has won back one of its traditional markets - Russia." ...

"The restoration of Russian capitalism has seen the country's gun market reopen. North America remains Purdey's main market, accounting for almost 40 per cent of sales, but the Russians are now ordering as many shotguns from the company's London factory as the British, with each accounting for 15 per cent of sales."
 

Officer's injury raises concern over Taser use
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"The makers of Taser electric stun guns say their claims of safety are backed by more than 100,000 police officers who have been shocked during training sessions without suffering a single serious injury."

"But a doctor working for Taser says a one-second burst from the stun gun was responsible for fracturing the back of a Maricopa County sheriff's deputy in 2002."

"The doctor, in a memo obtained by The Arizona Republic, tells Taser that he evaluated former Deputy Samuel Powers and found the officer 'sustained a T7 compression fracture as the result of the Taser incident.' "
 

TN: Pro-gun control=Democrat voter=high crime (Letter)
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I host a radio program in Memphis, TN called The Political Cesspool.

We are a conservative, pro-second amendment radio program. In doing the show and the research I have found that areas with strict gun control laws tend to be higher crime areas and vote Democrat.

Out of the top 25 most dangerous cities in the U.S., 19 voted mostly Democrat. This should tell you what type of people vote Democrat and that their peace, love, welfare and no firearms utopian society doesn't work. You could say the majority of criminals vote Democrat.

The liberals think that the only people in this society that should have guns are the criminals. This seems an outrageous claim but how many crimes were prevented by gun control? None, they actually happen because of it.

Austin Farley
Memphis, TN
 

UK: 'Brave' trio tackle armed robber
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"A brave shop owner has told how he held on to an armed robber's gun as the man fired shots during a raid in Sheffield."

"The robber was threatening customers at Stradbroke post office when owner Sukhbir Singh Dhillon decided to act."

"He grabbed the shotgun, pushed it towards the floor and refused to let go even as the gunman fired a shot."

"His son and a customer helped force the robber outside. Another shot was fired and the gunman fled after being freed by an accomplice with a sledgehammer."
 

LA: Pathologist says Tasers might not be as safe as first claimed
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" 'It is my opinion, as a forensic pathologist, that a stun gun (as a device that can deliver an electrical current to the human body) has the potential to contribute to death when there is either significant coexistent natural disease, such as heart disease or drug toxicity of the body, or if the device is used in a manner other than according to manufacturers' instructions,' wrote Dr. Cameron Snider in a recent letter to The Daily Advertiser."

"Snider... oversaw the autopsy of Lafayette Parish inmate Dwayne Anthony Dunn, who died after his arrest. Snider said Dunn, who was Tasered when arrested, died from cocaine poisoning and not because he was Tasered by Lafayette police officers."
 

Turkey: Turkish policemen risk jail over killing of Kurdish boy, father
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"A Turkish prosecutor has indicted four policemen over the controversial killing last month of a 12-year-old boy and his father in the mainly Kurdish southeast of the country, judicial authorities said Wednesday."

"The chargesheet is seeking jail terms of between two and six years for the officers over the shooting on November 21 of Ahmet Kaymaz and his son Ugur outside their home in the southeastern town of Kiziltepe in Mardin province."

"Police said the pair were gunned down in an operation against armed militants from a Kurdish rebel group, but local rights activists and neighbors said they were unarmed civilians."
 

UK: Raiders hit Suffolk store
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"POLICE are today hunting three balaclava-clad raiders who held up a Suffolk store with a sawn-off shotgun."

"Customers and staff were left shocked after the attack, at about 4.25pm yesterday in The Patisserie, in Hall Street, Long Melford."

"It happened at a time when the town was busy with people going about their daily business."

"The three men burst in armed with a gun and other weapons and threatened staff and customers."

"They snatched a quantity of cash and a woman's handbag, before fleeing in a Vauxhall Astra car."
 

UK: Hero officer's mementoes found at last
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"MEMENTOES of the day a courageous cop faced down deadly danger are finally in their rightful place Ė a quarter of a century late."

"Pc William Marr took on a burglar armed with a gun, a knife and an iron bar and earned the Kingís Police Medal for his bravery, in the New Year Honours list of 1933."

"He retired as an inspector at Oldham in 1959 and when he died in 1973 his widow, Edith, donated his medal to the force for it to be displayed in the Police Museum, then part of Longsight police station."

"The then commander of Oldham Police, chief supt Leslie Palmer, agreed to include the revolver and the knife used to attack the officer."
 

Australia: Guards robbed at gunpoint
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TWO security guards were threatened at gunpoint and robbed of tens of thousands of dollars by two armed men in Melbourne's south-east last night.

The security guards at Karingal Hub shopping centre in Cranbourne Road, Frankston, were approached by two balaclava-clad men carrying guns shortly before 10.30pm (AEDT).

Police believe the bandits pointed their guns at the guards and demanded cash.

They fled with the money in a dark Holden sedan.

The security guards were not injured.
 

IN: Fort Wayne, Indiana Decides Not to Buy 83 Stun Guns
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"Officials have decided against buying 83 Taser stun guns due to safety concerns, the city's police chief said."

"However, the city might evaluate some of the weapons as part of a pilot program, said Fort Wayne Police Chief Rusty York." ...

"The northeastern Indiana city had planned to spend an $86,000 Department of Justice grant to buy the stun guns early next year. York said he would decide within a few months whether to buy 12 Tasers to evaluate."
 

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