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GA: Delta pilot arrested, allegedly found with gun
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Delta spokeswoman Susan Elliot says the 3-year veteran pilot was off duty at the time and she did not know why he was at the airport.

Police say he had a Taurus .38 special loaded with five rounds as he tried to pass through the T north security checkpoint.

Authorities say McDaniel - who has a permit to carry a concealed handgun - tells them he forgot he had the weapon.

 

NY: 2 off-duty NYPD officers killed in crash
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Two off-duty police officers were killed in a car-wreck on the Bronx River Parkway early Sunday.
The two men from the 32nd Precinct smashed into a guardrail and then hit a light pole at 6:30 a.m.
Authorities say 32-year-old Hoyoung Kim was driving and 25-year-old Edwin Paulino was in the passenger seat. Both suffered fatal injuries.
The officers were heading home, giving a lift to four women.

SUBMITTER'S COMMENT: The video is more informative than the article. I wonder why the relatives had to hire a lawyer to get access to the injured women. You think the authorities wanted to control the information?
 

NE: Omaha Police Officers Investigated
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Since early Friday morning, sources have been tight lipped about details of an internal investigation inside the Omaha Police Department. Many of the city's officials are taking the similar stance of "no comment." Still, Channel Six News has learned two Omaha police officers have been suspended, and another relieved of his duties.

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Although it is frustrating for the public not to know the full details of the investigation, because of the police union contract, it is possible that this will be kept a secret from taxpayers unless it rises to the level of a crime, or a civil suit is filed against one of the officers.
 

Glenn Beck's Entire Speech To The NRA [video]
Submitted by: Brian Carey

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He even brought his chalkboard!
 

CT: State Marshal, Son Arrested On Gun Charges
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EAST HAVEN, Conn. -- A state marshal from East Haven and his son were arrested Monday after being accused of transferring more than 100 handguns that had been removed from the home of a former police officer.

Willliam Illingworth, 63, and Michael Illingworth, 40, of Guilford, were arrested after an investigation by the Violent Crimes Bureau in the office of the Chief State's Attorney and the Connecticut State Police Special Licensing and Firearms Unit, the state's attorney's office said.
 

Now independent thinkers are considered diseased by psychiatry
Submitted by: Larry

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The new edition may include "disorders" like "oppositional defiant disorder", which includes people who have a pattern of "negativistic, defiant, disobedient and hostile behavior toward authority figures." Some of the "symptoms" of this disorder including losing one's temper, annoying people and being "touchy".

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The perception that character differences are somehow a psychic illnesses not only absolves individuals of personal responsibility, but it takes away their unique personhood. It reduces people into subjects that cannot think for themselves, but rather have to be controlled through drugs.

Submitter's note: "They're coming to get you, Barbara.' - from the movie, "Night and Day of the Living Dead Statists".

Ed.: Soon, every American can be "adjudicated mentally-incompetent."
 

NY: 2 Officers Die in Crash; Third Is Badly Hurt in Chase
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Two off-duty police officers were killed and four women were seriously hurt in a one-car accident on the Bronx River Parkway on Sunday morning, the police said. ...
The vehicle struck a guardrail near the 233rd Street exit in the Bronx and flipped over, the police said.
The two officers, identified by the police as Edwin Paulino, 25, and Kim Hoyoung, 32, were pinned inside the wreckage, the police said, and were pronounced dead at the scene. ...
The mother of one of the women said that her daughter, Melina Ramirez, 26, ... had described the officers as being inebriated. “She said, ‘Who drive the car is the police. They drink, they drive. They drunk,’ ” Ms. Briones said.
 

NY: Two cops killed in horrific car crash on the Bronx River Parkway, four other people injured
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Two off-duty NYPD cops coming home from a party were killed Sunday when their car hit a guardrail on the Bronx River Parkway, flipped over and smashed into a pole.
Edwin Paulino, 25, and Kim Hoyoung, 32, who worked together in Harlem's 32nd Precinct, died pinned inside the mangled car, police said. ...
Cops blamed the crash on "driver inattentiveness," a police source said. ...
Relatives of the injured women quickly blamed the driver.
"I don't understand how these officers of the law could get in a car with alcohol in their blood and risk those young ladies," said Emilio Valez, 37, Jasmine Ramirez's uncle.

COMMENT: If they weren't cops, the cause would be listed as DWI.
 

FL: Rubio vs. Crist on the Gun Issue
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Beyond Marco’s lifetime A rating with the NRA, he was supportive of all NRA-sponsored bills during his term. The background on the “guns at work” bill...


On the other hand, Crist’s NRA issues are more concrete – he appointed a liberal judge to the FL Supreme Court that the NRA explicitly opposed. He also waffled on whether he would sign the “guns at work”bill, and later proposed raiding the concealed weapons fund before succumbing to pressure and vetoing his own proposal. Below is a summary:
 

MI: Gun at soccer game sparks concern
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MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. – A man in Fruitport Township has turned himself in to police after an argument following a kids' soccer game went too far.

Fruitport Township police say James Sherrill has turned himself in after pulling a gun on a player's parent. One of the coaches says Sherrill was provoked, but some parents say that even if that's true, he went too far.

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On Monday, the soccer coach involved in the dispute says Sherrill didn't do anything wrong on the sidelines, and that she believes he was provoked in the parking lot.

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Police wouldn't say if Sherrill had a criminal background, but did suggest that he has committed no serious crimes because he had the legal right to carry a weapon.
 

MI: Atty: Video shows police fired into Detroit home
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"There is no question about what happened because it's in the videotape," Fieger said. "It's not an accident. It's not a mistake. There was no altercation."

"Aiyana Jones was shot from outside on the porch. The videotape shows clearly the officer throwing through the window a stun grenade-type explosive and then within milliseconds of throwing that, firing a shot from outside the home," he said.

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Fieger said the investigation into what happened during the raid "needed to go no further than the videotape."

"The videotape shows clearly that the assistant police chief and the officers on the scene are engaging in an intentional cover up of the events," Fieger said. He said more than one camera was recording at the scene, and that the footage includes sound.

Submitter's note: Violent tax-feeders may have been caught lying.
 

NY: Ex-NY police commissioner to begin prison sentence
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Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik is expected to turn himself in Monday to begin a 48-month prison sentence.
Kerik was sentenced in February after he pleaded guilty to charges of lying to Bush administration officials who vetted his unsuccessful 2004 nomination for homeland security secretary. ...
Kerik, 54, pleaded guilty in November to tax fraud and six other felonies. He has been under house arrest in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, since then. ...
Kerik was New York police commissioner from 1998 to 2002 ...
In 2006, he pleaded guilty to accepting tens of thousands of dollars in gifts while working as city corrections commissioner. Under his plea agreement, he paid $221,000 in fines and avoided jail time.
 

Troops Who Refused to Confiscate Guns During Katrina
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As I have said from the day I founded Oath Keepers, we know that some will “just follow orders.”
 

AZ: PD: Victim’s dad confronts suspects after west Valley attack
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Three men were arrested early Sunday for robbing several victims in the west Valley, according to officials.
Phoenix Police Department spokesman Trent Crump said three Hispanic males were robbing victims along west Valley streets around 12 a.m. ...
According to Crump, one of the victims returned home and told his father what had happened. The man's father reportedly left the home and went looking for the suspects. ...
The suspects reportedly pulled a gun on the man, at which point he also drew a firearm and a shootout began, according to officials.
The victim's father was not shot during the exchange, but did shoot one of the suspects "at least two times," Crump said.
 

NRA Convention report
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://www.weprotectyourkids.com

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"The NRA’s annual members meeting was held last weekend, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since I’ve been going to these events for the last two decades, I’d like to offer a report on how the Convention has changed over the years, and some thoughts about the NRA’s past and present."

Ed.: An nice commentary from Dave Kopel on the NRA convention and Chicago's desire to ban hunting rifles.
 

Don't Look for GOP to Block Kagan Over Guns
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"Why would we expect Republican careerists in the Senate, who have taken an oath to "support and defend the Constitution,"to view utter official disregard for the Second Amendment as 'extreme'? After all, it says 'shall not be infringed,' but doesn't say anything about 'eviscerated'..."

Also get a political update from New Hampshire and see the last of the Second Amendment March videos.
 

MI: Family: 7-year-old shot by police was asleep
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DETROIT — State police will take over the investigation of the fatal shooting of a 7-year-old girl by a Detroit police officer during a weekend raid at the girl's home, a prosecutor said Monday.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said bringing in the state police to investigate the killing of Aiyana Jones would avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest.

Ed.: We all know that sleeping little girls pose a life and death threat to cops.
 

MI: The Death of Aiyana Jones: "Showtime Syndrome" Claims a Child (UPDATED)
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The incendiary grenade landed on the couch where Aiyana was sleeping. Her father claims that the child suffered burns as a result. Seconds later, she was dead.

One of the SRT troopers engaged in what was called a "tussle" with Mertilla Jones, Aiyana's grandmother. In the antiseptic and completely dishonest language favored by the state-aligned media, the officer's gun "went off."

This means, apparently, that the inanimate object simply discharged sua sponte, independent of intentional or negligent action on the part of its owner, a fully credentialed member of the exalted "Only Ones" -- as in "law enforcement and the military are the Only Ones who should be permitted to own and carry firearms."
 

The Ammo Shortage Continues
Submitted by: Larry

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Scan the ammunition shelves at sporting goods stores, your local gun store, or even Walmart and odds are that you won’t find what you are looking for. The most common cartridges are in short supply, and many stores ration ammunition a box or two at a time to spread their meager stock among their customers.

This isn’t new. But why is this nationwide ammunition shortage still happening?
 

The Truth About Gun Sales to Terrorists
Submitted by: Larry

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Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), is one of many people wondering why a suspected terrorist can be barred from flying but not from purchasing a gun. It "defies common sense," he says, that "the rights of terrorists are placed above the safety of everyday Americans."

Well, not exactly. Anyone convicted of terrorism has no right to buy a gun, since felons are barred under federal law. And Lautenberg neglects to mention that in denying constitutional rights to people merely suspected of dangerous connections, he would deny rights to lots of peaceable "everyday Americans."
 

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