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CCRKBA Lauds Wisconsin Senate Vote on CCW, Urges Gun Owners to Call Assembly
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Following Tuesday's 23-10 vote by the Wisconsin State Senate to pass concealed carry legislation, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) is urging Badger State gun owners to call the State Assembly in support of a common sense personal protection law."

"'Wisconsin residents have just as much right to defend themselves as do the citizens in 46 other states,' said CCRKBA Executive Director Joe Waldron. 'Yet anti-gun Gov. Jim Doyle, who is once again promising to veto this modest legislation, is treating them like second-class citizens who cannot be trusted with their own safety. It makes me wonder why he expects Wisconsin citizens to trust him in the governor's office.'" ...
 

CA: Annual cost of gun violence in San Francisco: $34.2M
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"San Francisco taxpayers spend at least $31.2 million responding to gun violence every year, including $14 million on police work and $6.2 million in unreimbursed medical costs, according to City Controller Ed Harrington."

"Families in The City lose an additional $3 million in income annually when their relatives are killed by guns, Harrington says."

"The estimates are part of The City’s response to a lawsuit filed last month by the National Rifle Association, one day after San Francisco residents approved a ban on handguns at the ballot box. The lawsuit charges that the ban violates 'federal guarantees' and various state laws in California." ...
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Submitter's Note: Of course this 'cost' is irrelevant since gun bans don't stop crime!
 

Guest Column: Police state
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A police state is emerging in the United States of America. Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies are usurping their powers in order to justifiably abuse them. ..."

"We were warned by our predecessors (founding fathers) that a Democracy poses a threat upon our Republic and is always followed by a dictatorship. ... The founding fathers also told us that a revolution was necessary whenever the existing government poses a threat against our Constitutional Republic. We are to oust the tyrannical rulers by whatever means possible to keep and protect ourselves from traitorous dictators. This is the sole purpose for the SECOND AMENDMENT and is defined in a paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. ..." ...
 

VPC Stealing? (blog)
Submitted by: SayUncle
Website: http://www.saysuncle.com

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"The VPC has a scare piece on 50 caliber danger. The problem is that the image they use on the front cover is used without permission from Ponderosa Sports. The image at their site can be seen here with the note:"

"If you are the bottom feeder named Tom Diaz from the VPC (Violence Prevention Center), you are not authorized to use our web site photographs. Your document, http://www.vpc.org/studies/50danger.pdf is in violation of US code." ...
 

US To Change Citizenship Test
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Changes are coming to the US citizenship test. The chief of the federal citizenship office says questions will be revised to focus on basic civics, rather than questions that could spark academic debate.

For instance, the test won't go into topics such as how the Constitution's Second Amendment affects gun laws or who were the original Americans. Instead it will "go to the basics of civics" such as freedom of expression.

In addition to asking who wrote the Declaration of Independence, the test could ask the applicant to name one of the document's fundamental components.

The citizenship office plans to complete a study by next month on whether the test must be redesigned or merely revised.

The changes should be in use by January 2008.
 

Armed Santa Claus protects children from terrorist on Christmas card from gun law expert
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Santa Claus points a handgun at a masked terrorist on a Christmas card that gun law expert John Michael Snyder sends this year to a number of recipients."

"Among the addressees are the President and Members of Congress."

"The 8.5" x 5.5" card presents Santa guarding a group of small children from a bomb-harnessed suicide killer. It appears that the bomber is about to throw a stick of dynamite at an image of the Infant Jesus placed beneath a decorated Christmas tree."

"A message on reverse wishes recipients the peace and joy of Christmas and a New Year of triumph over terrorism."

"Snyder believes the original drawing conveys a definitive holiday season message." ...
 

Smith & Wesson Enters Licensing Agreement With Sentry Group
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corp., parent company of Smith & Wesson Corp., the legendary 153-year old global provider of products and services for safety, security, protection and sport, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Sentry Group to license use of the Smith & Wesson brand and logo on a new line of large capacity safes to be launched in 2006." ...
 

The Global Islamic Media Front Presents a Video Manual of the Firing Mechanism for an AK-47, and How to Disassemble and Reassemble the Rifle
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A 5:50 minute video providing a visual demonstration of the firing mechanism for an Automatic Kalashnikov 1947-model (AK-47), as well as disassembly and reassembly, was recently distributed amongst jihadist forums by the Global Islamic Media Front, an al-Qaeda mouthpiece. The introductory portion of the film depicts a computer graphic representation of the rifle, and the loading of a bullet from the magazine. Following is a step-by-step process to disassemble the AK-47, a view of each part, and then reassembly instructions.
 

OH: The Second Amendment Means What It Says (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Sixteen years ago, Professor Sanford Levinson wrote an insightful essay about the Second Amendment for the Yale Law Journal"

"That essay recently resurfaced thanks to an article in the Fredericksburg The Free-Lance Star ..." ...

"This right is often strengthened by state constitutions, such as Ohio's which states, 'The people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security.'"

"The U.S. Constitution was written during a time when the War for Independence was fresh on everyone's mind. The framers knew full and well what could happen if a government grew too intrusive and ceased to be of the people, by the people, and for the people." ...
 

Kimber Raptor II
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Equally well established is that John Moses Browning's magnificent Model of 1911 pistol is one of the world's most effective handguns for personal defense. While some continue to enjoy referring to it as a 'dinosaur,' the original Model of 1911, unlike the first raptor, remains alive and well, even if arguably a little outdated by today's standards."

"However, just as birds descended from dinosaurs, today's 1911-style pistols have come a long way in keeping current, and they are the tip of the spear in embodying the latest improvements in auto pistols. Pistols are by definition defensive tools rather than offensive ones, but in trained hands the modern 1911 is as formidable as a 300-pound meat-eating dinosaur ..." ...
 

5 Simple Christmas Gifts for a Handgunner or Pistol Shooter
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Are you still trying to find the "perfect" gift for the avid handgun shooter in your family? If so, here are 5 simple 'can't miss' ideas for gifts that will make any pistol shooter happy."

"#1: Ammunition - Although ammunition isn't very flashy or high-tech, every handgunner in the world needs it to shoot. Also ammunition is somewhat of a consumable commodity so shooters are constantly having to replenish their supply. The big question becomes what kind to get and where to get it? As long as you know the caliber of the weapon being used, any good sporting goods store or gun store should be able to help you find what you need. ..." ...
 

CA: Man who shot suspected burglar feels support (follow-up)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Eugene Morris, the Newberry Springs man who fatally shot suspected burglar Troy Creek, said Tuesday that he believes local residents support the shooting, which he said was in self-defense."

"'Most of the people in Newberry Springs are kind of glad about it,' Morris said. 'A lot of people were harassed by this guy.'"

"Nevertheless, Morris said he regrets last week's killing."

"'I'm sorry I got caught up in the middle of this,' Morris said. 'I guess that's life.'"

"Morris told Barstow sheriff's deputies he believed Creek was burglarizing a residence in the area and he shot when Creek charged at him, yelling and threatening him." ...
 

AZ: Armed girl [aka robber] wounded in botched heist at video store
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"A 16-year-old girl is in the hospital after being shot during a botched robbery at a video store."

"Police said the girl demanded cash from the register while pointing a small-caliber handgun at a Hollywood Video clerk and three patrons Monday night."

"The Arizona Republic is not identifying her because she is a juvenile."

"Witnesses told police that one of the customers, who had a concealed-weapons permit, fired several rounds when the girl pointed a gun at him. She was struck twice and fled the store at 1950 W. Indian School Road." ...
 

OH: Home owner wrestles pistol away from home invaders; uses it to chase them away (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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"The Toledo Blade is reporting that a Fostoria man sustained minor injuries after driving away two men, at least one of them armed with a handgun, who invaded his home this week." ...

"This isn't the typical method for a firearm to be used to save an innocent life, but it is yet another example of how firearms can be used to save lives, often without ever having to be fired."
 

VA: UR student killed by ex-boyfriend -- Victim detailed 2 months of torment
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"'I am living in fear and I want it to end.'"

"De'Nora Hill's desperate plea came in a criminal complaint she filed a week before the person she most feared, former boyfriend Joe Casuccio, gunned her down Monday night." ...

"'The medical system let him down,' [Hill's mother] said. 'And all these court orders, protective orders - yes, it's all well and good on paper, but it really doesn't protect you.'"

"There has to be a better way, she said."

"'I know it could have been prevented.'"
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Submitter's Note: As do we.
 

OH: Another vicious attack thanks to an employer's 'no-guns' policy (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"The Toledo Blade is reporting that yet another of its own employees has suffered from a brutal attack while on the job, and of course neglected to mention its own culpability in the defenselessness of its employees." ...

"Everyone who follows Second Amendment issues is acutely aware of the Toledo Blade's editorial stance against self-defense. But their anti-gun bias doesn't stop there..."

"What you will never read in a story describing these attacks on Blade employees is that the Toledo 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." ...
 

PA: Guns aren't real, the threat is
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"A TRIO OF 13-year-old girls, one brandishing a hammer and two carrying BB guns in their waistbands, crept up behind a University of Pennsylvania medical student and bashed her in the head on Baltimore Avenue one recent evening." ...

"In addition, there have been eight armed robberies around Drexel University in the last two weeks. In at least two of these cases, police suspect the teens carried BB guns."

"'Some of these kids saw [the victims] as easy targets and told their friends, 'it's easy pickings,' said Capt. Michael Sinclair, of Southwest Detectives." ...
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Submitter's Note: With the University threatening criminal prosecution and expulsion for people carrying weapons (even with a permit to carry) I can't imagine why thugs would think students and staff are 'easy targets'.
 

WI: Wisconsin Senate OKs concealed weapons
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Wisconsin residents could secretly carry guns under a bill the state Senate approved Tuesday that would end the state's 133-year-old ban on concealed weapons."

"The Senate's 23-10 vote means the Republican-authored measure is now two steps from becoming law. The state Assembly must pass the bill. It would then go to Gov. Jim Doyle, who can sign it into law or veto it."

"Republicans control both the Senate and the Assembly. That body could take up the measure as early as Tuesday, said Bob Delaporte, a spokesman for Assembly Speaker John Gard, R-Peshtigo." ...
 

AL: Chelsea discusses firearms code
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Chelsea councilmembers took another look at the city’s new firearm code this week, addressing concerns about hunting and private property."

"The council made changes to the proposed ordinance following a public meeting. The original proposal prohibited shooting a firearm in the city. The new ordinance permits shooting for the purpose of hunting on private property with a minimum acreage." ...
 

Elite, discreet US air marshals trained to prevent terrorism in the sky
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The US air marshals that shot and killed a man claiming to have a bomb on a commercial plane in Miami on Wednesday are part of an elite, armed force charged with protecting US aircraft against terrorism."

"Trained in close quarters self-defense, precise marksmanship and 'behavioral observation,' the air marshals wear no uniform and are meant to blend in with other passengers."

"The federal air marshals were first established in 1970 during an era of hijackings but the small force was dramatically expanded following the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington, when hijackers commandeered four US airliners." ...
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Submitter's Note: Which hijackings would not have occurred had passengers been 'allowed' to exercise their G-d given, Constitutional, civil and human rights.
 

IN: Former Fort Wayne Police officer wounds deputies, kills self after chase
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gunmen wounded two sheriff’s deputies during separate shootings today in central Indiana, with one of the men later killing himself after a chase along Interstate 65, police said." ...

"The search in the other shooting ended in Taylorsville, about 30 miles south of Indianapolis, when the gunman’s car crashed into a police squad car in a residential neighborhood about 7:30 a.m. after a chase on I-65 that topped 100 mph, Bartholomew County Sheriff Kenneth Whipker said."

"David Voght, 38, then fatally shot himself, with none of the pursuing officers firing their weapons, Whipker said. Pickett said Voght was a former Fort Wayne Police officer and a civilian employee at Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center near Bloomington." ...
 

IL: Trial under way for former East Saint Louis police chief
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"A federal jury was picked Tuesday to decide if former East St. Louis Police Chief Ron Matthews plotted to obstruct federal investigators and lied to a grand jury after the arrest of a felon who had served as an auxiliary police officer."

"The 12-person jury and three alternates are expected to hear opening statements in the case Dec. 13."

"Matthews, 56, was indicted in January on charges of conspiracy to obstruct justice, obstructing justice and perjury. Matthews, who has pleaded not guilty, resigned in February after his arrest. He is free on bond, said Edward McNally, the interim U.S. attorney for southern Illinois." ...
 

NC: Ex-Police Officer Charged in Break-In
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"A former Pinehurst Police officer has been arrested, charged with attempted murder and implicated in a string of break-ins."

"Moore County sheriff’s deputies charged Robert Doyle Lefler, 37, on Thursday with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, and three counts of injury to property. He was jailed under a $100,000 bond."

"The next day, detectives gathered evidence that led them to believe that Lefler had broken into a home on Farm Road on Nov. 8 as well as several other residences. Deputies charged Lefler with second-degree burglary, felony larceny and possession of stolen property." ...
 

MD: Ruling permits officers to work in firearm sales
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An arbitrator has ruled that the Baltimore County Police Department must rescind a rule that bars officers from outside work involving the sale of firearms."

"Arbitrator Roger P. Kaplan also ordered that the department negotiate with the police union before changing the secondary employment policy."

"'We felt very strongly that it was a condition of employment that was subject to bargaining,' said Cole B. Weston, president of the Baltimore County Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge No. 4. 'We're pleased with the arbiter's ruling in the case.'"

"The ruling resolves a complaint filed in July by the union, which objected to the department's implementation of the rule change in June without negotiations." ...
 

Philippines: Gun seized from rob suspect owned by cop?
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"A cop assigned at the Molo police precinct allegedly owned the 9 mm pistol recovered by fellow policemen from a suspected robber during a police operation at San Juan-Boulevard, Molo Thursday last week."

"The 9 mm pistol is allegedly owned by PO2 Rico Alolor of the Molo police station. However, this was denied by Alolor. He said he does not own the 9 mm recovered from suspected robber Joel Calunsod."

"Alolor's name cropped up as the owner of the 9 mm pistol when the suspect was brought to the police station. The information stirred the members of the Molo police precinct." ...
 

Romania: Soldier shoots family, then shoots himself
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A soldier shot his wife and her parents then himself with his pistol early yesterday in the northwestern city of Cluj, the Defense Ministry said. The four reportedly survived and were hospitalized.

Catalin Istrate, 39, left his military post late Tuesday and went to the family home where an argument broke out. He then opened fire, a press statement said. After shooting his wife and her parents, whose names were not released, he shot himself in the chest.

The four people were taken to the hospital at Campia Turzii near Cluj. The wife and her parents were later transferred to another hospital and there was no further word on their condition.

No further details were immediately available. The incident is being investigated.
 

UK: Toy guns can get you killed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"POPPING a toy gun into your son's Christmas stocking could get him killed."

"That's the chilling warning from police to mums and dads planning to buy junior an imitation Uzi machine gun, or a wicked looking Walther pistol."

"Because elite police marksmen admit that, in the heat of the action, they cannot tell a toy from the real thing."

"Supt Paul Sullivan, Thames Valley Police head of tactical support, said: 'Our real worry is that when our officers are deployed following reports from the public they are not going to know whether the firearm being brandished around by a youngster is real or fake.'" ...
 

Mexico: A chilling look at drug gangs
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"The four men sit bruised, bloody and bound on the floor before a curtain of black garbage bags. Prodded by an unseen interrogator, they coolly describe how they enforce the rule of Mexico's Gulf cartel: Enemies are kidnapped, tortured and shot in the head, their bodies burned to ashes." ...

"For instance, the suspected Zeta members said on the video that they are collaborating with some Mexican law-enforcement officials. Two of the captives say they are former soldiers, trying to recruit military colleagues, federal agents and others to work for the cartel."

"The video never reveals the interrogators or the identity of the gunman. But experts who reviewed the video say they think some of them were with the military." ...
 

TX: Ladies' Night draws a gun-toting crowd
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"The .22 pistols are best for novices, explains the man behind the counter. He raises his voice over the gunfire: 'They don't recoil as much as some other makes.' I am peering into the glass display case, trying to decide whether to rent the cylinder revolver or the semi-automatic. Both are fun, I am told, so I will try both."

"This is Red's Indoor Shooting Range, where Mondays are Ladies' Days and so I - a lady - do not actually have to pay for my guns; they're complimentary. I still buy two boxes of Blazer bullets and the range time, but it's half price." ...
 

IL: Winter Pistol League enjoys first outing
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The Winter Pistol League, sponsored by the Carmi Rifle and Pistol Club, got underway this past Thursday with its first shoot of the season."

"The shooters are enjoying the recent improvements to the indoor range, such as additional shooting stations to accommodate more shooters per relay, new spot lighting on the targets, new lighting throughout the indoor range and a renovated heating system." ...
 

HI: Shooters aim for Mainland qualifying here
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Of the 16 competitors, three had specific goals in mind Saturday."

"Doc Woltmon, coach for the Island School air riflery team that finished its 2005 season recently, teamed with Major Victor Aguilar, coach of the Waimea High School air riflery team, to coordinate a Hawai'i State Junior Olympic Three Position Air Rifle program at the Hanapepe Armory."

"'It's taken 10 years, but we now have our own match,' Woltmon said of the second year Kaua'i coordinated a Junior Olympic air rifle program." ...
 

NY: The Gov's gun games
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Two recent Post editorials and an opinion piece by the Pataki administration have presented a blatantly misleading picture of the debate in Albany over legislation to crack down on illegal gun trafficking. It is nothing short of shameful that the tragic death of a New York City police officer is being used in an attempt to score cheap political points." ...
 

Australia: Man holds up store with gun
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A MAN armed with a gun has robbed a sandwich shop in Brisbane's south.

The man entered the Subway store on Bryants Road, Shailer Park, and produced a semi-automatic pistol about 11.20pm (AEST) yesterday, police said.

He demanded money from an employee, who gave him a sum of cash, before demanding keys to the employee's car.

A spokeswoman said a second male then came into the shop and tried to enter the attendant's car, but was unsuccessful because of an alarm.

In a separate robbery, a service station attendant was also threatened by a man at Broadbeach on the Gold Coast overnight.

Police said the offender escaped with a sum of cash from the Caltex store about 3.30am (AEST) today.
 

UK: Police warning after BB gun girl, 12, shoots man
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A 12-YEAR-OLD girl sniper has been arrested by police – after using a BB gun and laser sight to shoot a 60 year-old man in the ear."

"The girl, who is from Macclesfield, used the black air weapon to fire a pellet from an address in the Buxton Road area at 6pm on Sunday, November 20."

"Her victim lost hearing in his right ear for several hours after the attack."

"Straight-talking police boss Gary Simpson is pleading with parents not to buy similar weapons for their kids – even warning that armed officers could be scrambled because the toys look the same as real firearms."

"And Macclesfield’s Community Action Team is asking parents to turn their children’s replica toy and air guns into the police station for destruction." ...
 

Australia: Drunk driver carrying guns and ammunition: Police
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A MAN arrested for drunk driving was allegedly carrying guns and ammunition in his car when stopped in Sydney's west, police say.

A police spokesperson said officers stopped a car in Merrylands about 11pm (AEDT) yesterday after reports it was being driven erratically.

A search of the vehicle turned up several firearms including an automatic pistol, a .22 calibre pistol with magazine, ammunition and a butterfly knife, police said.

A 29-year-old Merrylands man has been charged with possession of prohibited weapons and mid-range drink driving.

He has been given conditional bail and is due to appear at Fairfield Local Court on December 12, police said.
 

Canada: Anne on the attack
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Her timing couldn't have been worse. On Monday, night the Edmonton Police Service recorded its 36th homicide of the year when a young man was gunned down in upscale Riverbend in what appears to be yet another gang-related slaying."

"So much for McLellan's precious gun registry."

"Because as we've said over and over, while law-abiding hunters and recreational shooters are forced to register their firearms, those intent on murder and other criminal activity don't."

"And the criminals' weapon of choice isn't a bulky long gun - it's a handgun. And pistols have been registered in Canada since 1934."

"But it's all the National Rifle Association's fault, according to the Liberals. ..."
 

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