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Jim and Sarah Brady Praise Mayor Bloomberg for Fighting Bill That Would Put Police at Risk
Submitted by: NYSRPA
Website: http://WWW.NYSRPA.ORG

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"New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg today once again stood up for common sense gun laws, appearing at a Congressional hearing to harshly criticize legislation that would make it harder for police to combat gun trafficking."

"He earned the praise of Jim and Sarah Brady. This week marks the 25th anniversary of Brady's shooting in the assassination attempt on President Reagan." ...

"'We're extremely grateful to have the Mayor fighting to make sure our law enforcement officers have the tools they need to get crime guns off the streets,' said Sarah Brady. ..."

"Mayor Bloomberg's testimony came at a hearing ... on a bill, H.R. 5005, that would weaken federal gun laws by blocking ATF from disclosing to the public crime gun trace data ..." ...
 

Bloomberg blasts Congress on gun bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mayor Michael Bloomberg blasted Congress Tuesday for considering what he called a 'God-awful piece of legislation,' one that would bar federal gun sales data from being used against dealers who sell weapons later used in crimes."

"Mr. Bloomberg railed against the bill offered by Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, telling a House Judiciary Subcommittee that it would lead to more shooting deaths of police officers and civilians."

"Two members of the NYPD, Detective Dillon Stewart and Daniel Enchautegui, were killed last year with illegal guns, and two undercover detectives were killed three years ago during a gun 'buy and bust' operation gone bad." ...
 

OH: Would-Be Rapist Takes It in the Balls (blog)
Submitted by: Stephen Gordon
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"It looks like she has more balls than the man who allegedly tried to rape her:"

"A 14-year-old girl told Toledo police she was abducted Tuesday by a man with a gun but got away with help from a hammer."

"Police said the quick-thinking teen found it in the man’s car and used it to hit him in the groin." ...

"I’m just waiting on the social do-gooders to start requiring licensing and waiting periods for hammer purchases. After all, there isn’t even a constitutional protection for the right to keep and bear hammers."
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Submitter's Note: While not directly gun related, the tie in to the Second Amendment is obvious and explained.
 

PA: Rachel Truchil: Gun control will stem homicide uptick
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Swedish residents desperately want to complete their surgical training in Philadelphia, according to a recent article in The Philadelphia Inquirer." ...

"The one opportunity these surgeons will find in Philadelphia that they can't get in Sweden or very many other places is a constant supply of gunshot wounds. ..."

"The epidemic of gun violence is reaching epic proportions, and yet Philadelphia is unable to act because the state government has tied its hands. Philadelphia cannot control the flow of handguns on its own streets because cities within Pennsylvania cannot enact stricter gun-control ordinances than those created in the state gun-control laws." ...
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Submitter's Note: Maybe if you passed a law against shooting people?
 

FL: Homeowner shoots 'to scare' vandals
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Kincaid Avenue homeowner went outside with a handgun and returned what he thought was gunfire after someone shot out his bedroom windows early Saturday morning."

"It was the second time someone has shot out Barry Hartman's window since December ..."

"'I shot towards the dirt really to scare them,' Hartman said of Saturday's incident, adding he fired three rounds from his broken living room window when he spotted the vandals outside heading toward his bedroom."

"Although the incident remains under investigation, Hartman isn't facing any charges so far, Haught said. Hartman told deputies he saw what he believed was a rifle, and it appears he was returning fire in self-defense, said Haught." ...
 

WA: Grisly Man
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Werner Herzog made a documentary about a hippie-dippy surfer dude who lived with grizzlies in Alaska. ... The lesson, Herzog explained, was that it's dangerous to make friends with an indifferent predator."

"The events of Saturday, March 25, convey something of the same message. Not that the enormous, bearlike Kyle Huff—6 feet 5 inches and some 280 pounds—was as obvious a danger as a griz, but he was a predator nonetheless. ..." ...

"One is the impulse to turn this into a morality tale of drugs, guns, and out-of-control youth. ... And if you think gun control could have prevented this crime, consider that Huff's arsenal included a baseball bat and a machete. This guy was going to find a way to kill, no matter what." ...
 

WA: The price a culture pays for its love of the gun
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"Don't blame the rave scene for the Seattle's worst mass murder in more than two decades."

"Blame the guns -- and a culture that celebrates firepower." ...

"Blame the gun lobby on the other Capitol Hill -- not the rave crowd on Seattle's Capitol Hill."

"Gun advocates like to say guns don't literally kill, and they're right."

"People do."

"Problem is, people keep killing people with guns, just as Kyle Huff did over the weekend."

"The National Rifle Association wraps itself in the Second Amendment and bullies anyone who disagrees."

"The uncomfortable truth is, the right to bear arms has become a right for lunatics to get tools of lethal efficiency and shoot up people." ...
 

WA: Taking aim at current gun laws
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"Even before the shock subsided, The Blame Game began."

"It was the rave scene that killed those poor kids Saturday on Capitol Hill. It was the city's weak All Ages Dance Ordinance. It was the weed they smoked, the beer they drank, the music that drained their heads of reason. It was the parents who didn't keep track. Stop."

"What killed those people was a 28-year-old man named Kyle Huff, who took advantage of American gun laws and packed his pickup with an arsenal of weapons that no person should ever want or need: An assault rifle. A handgun. A shotgun. A machete. Hundreds of rounds of ammunition." ...
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KABA Note: It is interesting that Ms. Brodeur wants to stop the Blame Game, except for blaming guns that is.
 

WA: Tacoma-area kindergartner expelled after bringing gun to school
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Whittier Elementary School kindergartner has been expelled for 10 days after brining an antique pistol to school Monday."

"The student had the gun in his backpack and showed it to a couple of classmates on the playground before school started, Tacoma School District spokeswoman Patti Holmgren said Tuesday."

"The classmates reported what they saw to their teacher, who notified the principal. The student's parents were called, and he was sent home for a 10-day emergency expulsion, Holmgren said."

"The gun was not loaded at the time, and the student did not make any threats with it. Tacoma police were called to the school at 777 Elm Tree Lane in Fircrest, and officers confiscated the weapon." ..
 

Russia: Weapons Found in Kindergarten in North Caucasus City
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A grenade launcher and other weapons have been discovered in the premises of a kindergarten in the North Caucasus city of Nalchik ..."

"The cache allegedly belonging to militants and found by regional police and counterterrorism center officials contained a grenade launcher, a Kenwood portable radio set and a Makarov pistol, Interfax news agency quoted the spokeswoman for the republic’s Interior Ministry as saying."

"The pistol was on a list of weapons stolen in a militant attack on the Drug Control Department headquarters in Nalchik in December 2004."

"The owner of the cache is being sought. Police said militants could have been plotting to seize the kindergarten." ...
 

NJ: Lawmakers call on feds to release gun data
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"Two federal legislators from New Jersey said Monday they will introduce proposals to once again make public data that is collected about firearms used in crimes."

"Sen. Robert Menendez and Rep. Steve Rothman, both Democrats, said they would introduce legislation this week to undo restrictions on the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms' ability to share information on gun tracing with the public." ...
 

DE: Concealed weapons bill raises concerns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On March 22, members of the police community appeared before the House Public Safety Committee to address proposed legislation that relaxes Delaware's permitting process for private citizens to carry concealed firearms."

"Our purpose for appearing before the committee was to establish dialogue with the gun lobby and to have legislation passed that was good for the citizens of Delaware and the law enforcement community. ..." ...

"We do not want to get into a debate on the Second Amendment right to bear arms. We will debate that carrying a concealed weapon is a privilege, not a right. With privileges come responsibilities. We are proposing reasonable standards of responsibility." ...
 

MS: Governor Signs Bill Expanding Mississippi No Retreat Law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Governor Haley Barbour has signed into law a bill that expands a person's right to claim self-defense against intruders to an individual's car, business and the vicinity of the business."

"The bill takes effect July first. It also provides that the person would not have to retreat before using deadly force. Under current law, a person can claim self-defense against intruders in their home."

"Under the bill, it would be presumed that a person who used deadly force acted prudently and therefore would be immune from civil liability. The bill prohibits civilians from claiming self-defense if deadly force is used against a law officer." ...
 

TX: Should you be able to take your gun to work?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There's a battle looming over your right to take a gun to work. The controversy centers on whether you should be able to leave a firearm in your car."

"If Granger Durdin could take her gun everywhere, she said she would."

"'With the crime rates the way they are and with being a young female, I sometimes feel a little bit more vulnerable and with a gun I have the protection that I need to be safe,' said Durdin." ...

"'It's very important. You don't know when someone is going to come after you,' said gun owner Brenda Lorisch."

"In Texas, businesses have the right to keep concealed weapons out of buildings. Now there's a move to allow companies to prohibit them from parking lots, too and that has some concealed carriers upset." ...
 

AK: Protecting gun rights vital to Alaskans
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Twenty-Five years ago, on March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot by a confused young man attempting to impress actress Jody Foster. Why murdering a president would impress Foster is one question apparently John Hinckley never asked himself. But Reagan not only forgave Hinckley, he never once brought up the issue of gun control."

"To we Alaskans, gun control is a favorite topic of discussion and the goal of many liberals in the Lower 48. We in the North know better. Guns are needed tools and, secondly, a source of sport."

"Our progress in defense of the Second Amendment comes from a surprising individual, Democrat Rep. Eric Croft. His legislation to eliminate concealed-carry requirements ... was signed into law in 2004. ..." ...
 

AL: Deadly force bill goes on House firing line
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"The Alabama House will try to pass a bill that expands the criteria for when a person can use deadly force to protect a home or vehicle."

"The strengthened deadly force bill is on today's agenda as the Legislature returns to Montgomery after a week off."

"The bill would provide immunity from civil suits and criminal charges to people forced to kill intruders they believe are trying to harm them. That protection would extend to people who use deadly force in protecting occupied vehicles and any building where people sleep at night." ...
 

FL: Compromise sought on guns-at-work bill
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"Big business outgunned the National Rifle Association in a long-running skirmish today over a bill allowing employees to keep weapons locked in their cars while at work."

"'We have two issues we care about deeply, property rights and self-protection rights,' Rep. Dennis Baxley, R-Ocala, said of his bill. ...'"

"The big dogs in this session's gun debate were the Unified Sportsmen of Florida ... and a coalition of blue-chip business organizations ... The NRA ... was forced to compromise for still-evolving language that will permit employers to ban guns from their parking lots by issuing a written policy based on reasonable grounds." ...
 

Police Finding It Hard to Fill Jobs
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"Police departments around the country are contending with a shortage of officers and trying to lure new applicants with signing bonuses and eased standards." [emphasis added] ...

"Elsewhere, departments have dropped their zero-tolerance policy on drug use and past gang association, eased restrictions on applicants with bad credit ratings, and tweaked physical requirements to make room for more female candidates or smaller male candidates, police officials said. Departments also offer crash courses in reading and remedial English for the written parts of the entrance exam, and provide strength and agility coaches for the physical part -- all of which have raised concerns about how qualified some of the new personnel will be." ...
 

Puerto Rico: Protests in Puerto Rico mount against FBI over tactics
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... "Rosado's husband ... was killed in an FBI shootout in September. In the months since, the FBI has catapulted onto the front pages here, accused of deliberately letting the founder of the radical Macheteros group bleed to death as well as stonewalling follow-up investigations."

"Last month, federal agents executing search warrants on the homes of independentistas were captured on video pepper-spraying journalists covering the story, with seemingly little or no provocation ..."

"The Puerto Rico Department of Justice sued the FBI last week in federal court, saying the agency is obstructing local law enforcement investigations into the two incidents. ..." ...
 

MI: County looks at beefing up courthouse security
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Right now, the only thing stopping anyone from coming into the St. Clair County Courthouse in Port Huron with a weapon is a sign."

"The sign, hanging on the front door of the downtown building and posted throughout the inside of the courthouse reads, 'No weapons are permitted in this courthouse. All persons and parcels are subject to a search for weapons and restricted items as condition of entry. Persons in violation of this order may be held in contempt of court.'"

"County officials said the sign isn't good enough - a knife and a pistol have been taken off visitors in recent weeks. They want to see security changes made at the courthouse, as well as at the district court building in Marine City." ...
 

AL: At least two men got expungements after gun rejections
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"In 1997, Troy Lee Jay pleaded guilty in Mobile Municipal Court to a harassment charge after police accused him of pushing his then-wife against a wall and twisting her arm."

"Six years later, Jay asked the court to change its records to show that he was convicted of public intoxication instead. The reason? The harassment conviction was keeping Jay, a National Guardsman, from being able to carry a gun, according to a letter from Jay's attorney."

"Municipal Court judges expunged the case, removing it from public record. The Alabama Supreme Court this month, however, upheld a ruling saying that the court lacks authority to expunge Jay's record or that of anyone else." ...
 

FL: Officer Leaves Gun In Bathroom Before Cheney Event
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"A Boca Raton police officer left her handgun in a public bathroom at a resort shortly before Vice President Dick Cheney arrived for a fundraiser."

"Authorities found the loaded pistol while making a security sweep ... The gun belonged to Sgt. Nicole Girardi, who was reprimanded by her supervisor, Capt. Matthew Duggan."

"'Upon return of the sidearm, you assumed full responsibility for the event and in doing so recognizing the gravity of the issue,' Duggan wrote in a letter about the incident placed in Girardi's personnel file. Duggan noted that a similar mistake in the future could cost Girardi her job." ...

"Girardi received no punishment for the incident other than a reprimand, Boca Raton Sgt. Jeff Kelly said Tuesday."
 

TN: Cocke County circuit judges deny helping felons get guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Judges in Newport deny a federal prosecutor's claims that they have helped convicted felons gain the right to carry guns."

"Cocke County Circuit Court Judge Rex Henry Ogle says the judges are doing nothing 'illegal or sinister' and adds the judges aren't thugs."

"Circuit Court Judge Dick Vance says he's never had a convicted felon ask to carry a pistol and would say 'no' to any who might."

"The issue arose as part of a four-year federal and state investigation into public corruption in Cocke County, where several law enforcement officers have been charged with a variety of offenses, the sheriff has stepped down and 150 people were arrested at a huge cockfight last summer." ...
 

Virgin Islands: Cases of off-duty cop violence in personal conflicts
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"Police Officer Ariel Frett was accused of chasing a woman while firing his gun the morning of May 1, 2005, on Goat Street. ..."

"Officer Alphonso Boyce, current Police Benevolent Association president, was arrested on Nov. 26, 2004, and charged with striking his girlfriend twice with a baton during a Thanksgiving Day argument. He was charged with aggravated assault and battery, disturbing the peace and domestic violence."

"Officer Eliezer Ramirez was off-duty on Aug. 1, 2004, when he got into an argument outside the LBJ housing community. He pointed a police issued gun at his ex-girlfriend and threatened to kill her. Minutes later, he fired in the air. ..." ...
 

TX: DeLay wants his gun license back
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"U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay, R-Texas, reportedly wants his concealed handgun license back, a right suspended after he was charged with laundering campaign funds."

"Under Texas law, a license can be suspended if the holder is indicted on felony charges, reports the Houston Chronicle."

"DeLay's license was suspended by a county justice of the peace, a decision that has been appealed."

"DeLay, a strong supporter of gun rights, also had faced election law indictments, which were later dismissed, but not the money laundering indictment." ...
 

MN: Shooting, leadership event set
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"Do you have an interest in shooting sports or wildlife? Do you like to work with young people? Would you like to pass on your special skills and interests to youth?"

"If you answered yes, then come to the 4-H Shooting Sports & Wildlife Leader Training at Grant County Extension and the GCSA Shooting Range in Elbow Lake on Saturday and Sunday, April 22-23. This is one of only three training sessions being held in Minnesota this year."

"This 4-H certification training consists of classroom and hands-on learning in a chosen discipline of archery, air rifle/pistol, shotgun, black powder, reloading, or wildlife. Participants are also taught positive youth development strategies. ..." ...
 

MD: Kunzelman Takes Second in Air Rifle at Junior Olympics
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"Navy freshman rifle team member Lisa Kunzelman took a big step towards qualifying for the World Junior National team last weekend with a second-place finish in the 2006 National Junior Olympic 10-meter air rifle competition. Kunzelman fired a pair of 390s in the preliminary 40-shot rounds to finish tied for second, then moved up after defeating the girl she was tied with in the shootout to garner the second-place finish. Ninety-five shooters competed in the competition."

"The win is important in three ways for Kunzelman. The second-place finish gives her a spot on the National Development Team. With a high finish at the USA Shooting National Championships coming u soon, she could earn a spot on the World Junior Team. ..." ...
 

SC: More could have been done to protect woman
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"As the community grieves for the loss of Rebekah Grainger and rallies to try and bring her killer to justice, I sit here wondering why." ...

"Even sadder is the fact that protecting oneself isn't more encouraged to women who are being victimized in a domestic situation. And I'm not talking about kung fu. If a woman was ever in the position that Rebekah Grainger was in on March 6, and actually had the foresight to be armed and ready in case of a threat, what would happen? Would it really be as simple as protecting one's self or one's family?"

"No. If a woman (or man) ever uses a gun in true self-defense, our society is trained to question it to the bitter end. Proceedings for manslaughter charges would often be proposed in such a situation." ...
 

CT: Last shot to save Winchester
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FULL TEXT BELOW:

With a layoff deadline fast approaching, Winchester firearms workers take the fight to save their jobs to the state capitol.

They're petitioning Governor Rell for her help finding a new owner for the New Haven factory.

A spokesman for Rell says the governor has asked the state Department of Economic and Community Development to find a way to keep Winchester in New Haven.

He says finding a buyer for the plant is not entirely off the table though some options may be limited because the US Repeating Arms company has announced its intention to close.

Representatives of gun maker Smith and Wesson toured the facility over the weekend, but there is no word on whether they are interested in buying the plant.
 

AK: Rifle Team to be Honored at Friends of NRA Banquet
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"The 2006 NCAA National Champion University of Alaska Fairbanks rifle team will be the honored guests at the annual Friends of the National Rifle Association Banquet this Saturday, April 1. The event will be held at the Westmark Gold Room, with a social hour beginning at 5:30 p.m. and dinner beginning at 7:00 p.m."

"Earlier this month, UAF captured the national crown for the seventh time in the past eight years and eighth title in program history. All four shooters who participated at the NCAA National Championship match in Colorado Springs, Colorado, earned All-American Honors. ..." ...
 

UK: Pet cat shot for second time
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"A Persian cat was recovering at home this week after being shot for the second time in three months."

"Polar, who is just 18 months old, has not had an easy life."

"Born deaf, he then lost an eye when he was shot in the head with an air rifle just after Christmas."

"Now, the unlucky pet has been shot again – this time in the back with a shotgun, leaving her loving owners, Amanda Benninghoff and her two children, devastated." ...

"'He was very shaken and still looks a bit of a mess now. He must be the luckiest cat alive to survive two shootings, but there's no way I'll risk a third – I'm keeping him in from now.'"

"A Suffolk Police spokesman confirmed they were investigating the incident alongside the RSPCA."
 

Australia: Making of a monster
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"Ten years after Martin Bryant went on his murderous rampage at Port Arthur, his mother finally breaks her silence. A journey into the mind of maniac."
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Submitter's Note: For a good example of the need for 'carry' laws read the attached interview transcripts of Bryant casually strolling around murdering helpless disarmed people.
 

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