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DC's Anti-Gun Triumvirate of Tyranny Standing in the Way of Progressive Self-Defense Reform Should Resign, Says CCRKBA
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'Three gun-grabbing Washington, D.C. public officials are standing in the way of progressive reform of the city's anti-self defense laws and should resign,' John Michael Snyder, Public Affairs Director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA), said here today."

"'These three, Mayor Anthony Williams, Police Chief Charles Ramsey, and Congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton,' he continued, 'constitute an anti-right to self-defense triumvirate of tyranny. Their opposition to elimination of local law prohibiting the acquisition of handguns by law-abiding citizens, even in their own homes, for self-defense against ruthless, violent criminals makes a mockery of the citizens' right to life itself. ...'" ...
 

JPFO ALERT: Build Your Own Gun, Save 10%!
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"Richard Patrick Celata is an old-fashioned Yankee toolmaker who came into his profession the old-fashioned way: as an apprentice under his father. A resident of Massachusetts, he watched the erosion of the Bill of Rights and decided to do something about it. Specifically, he decided to devote his skills to guarantee the continuation of the Second Amendment."

"Through his company KT Ordnance, Celata now produces incomplete (80% finished) frames made according to the highest standards of repeatable CNC precision. Not only are these frames built according to the numbers, but they are easy for the average person to finish."

"These frames are non-firearms; they are completely legal to own and build, and anonymous as well (form 4473 need not be filed). ..." ...
 

Sarah And James Brady - The Anger From Another Time
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"Violence. Conflict. As if these were useless and undesirable societal dynamics."

"As a matter of fact, without them, we would be stomped by those who use coercion as an everyday tool to get their way. Perhaps that's why there's a worldwide movement to discourage resistance to issues in general. It's made its way here, and we're feeling it big time. One of the pressure tactics we're experiencing is disinformation in both facts and attitude, and this one comes from The Brady Bunch in the news again lately."

"Since the attempt on the life of President Reagan, where James Brady was shot also and suffered permanent brain injury, Sarah and James Brady have devoted their lives to the elimination of handguns, and in so doing, they seek to destroy Liberty for all. ..." ...
 

T.R. Fehrenbach: Lack of security the trigger for an armed society
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"Gold, found at Alder Gulch, Mont., in 1863, drew 10,000 miners overnight. ..."

"Mining camps are usually rough. But at the 14-mile stretch along Alder Gulch, things got out of hand, with robbery, claim-jumping and murder. Local law was no help; the sheriff was in cahoots with the murderous gangs. Finally, honest miners formed a 'vigilance committee' that seized and strung up 30-odd suspected bad guys, including the sheriff. ..." ...

"When we talk of law and order, we sometimes forget that security is not only the first duty of the state; it is the origin of the state. Historically, from the fall of the Roman Empire to the American frontier, when government failed to provide security, people and communities did it on their own." ...
 

CA: Bear killed after getting into house; cubs left behind
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"Living close to nature got a little too intimate for a Banning family."

"A 16-year-old girl was alone Saturday afternoon in a ranch home near the foothills of Mt. San Gorgonio when a mother bear and two cubs got into the home ..."

"The girl called her uncle who found the adult bear in the driveway when he arrived."

"He shot it with a rifle, and the injured bear ran into the brush ..."

"Police arrived and said they saw two cubs looking out of a window."

"The young bears left the house and disappeared into brush going in the direction of their injured mother, he said."

"No people were hurt, but the mother bear was found dead in a nearby wash with a gunshot wound to her neck, Loader reported." ...
 

FL: Gun incidents remind writer of new law's pitfalls (fourth letter on page)
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"The Times article is quite descriptive of how a dentist fell into an argument with two tree trimmers over payment they demanded and ended up pulling a gun, demanding they leave his property. He may be charged with aggressive assault. The Tampa Tribune reported the same day that a Pasco County worker from the Hazardous Material Facility was arrested because of a road rage incident where he stopped in front of a car and confronted the driver, with whom he apparently was having a dispute, with a gun. He too may be charged with aggravated assault."

"I wonder how these two incidents would have turned out under the National Rifle Association's shoot-first, ask-questions-later, self-defense proposal that becomes law Oct. 1? ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Since in neither case does it appear that a "reasonable person" would believe that deadly force was "necessary to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony", both of these individuals would be charged.
 

GA: Vote on gun law change put off, but debate boils
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"The Roswell City Council deferred a vote Monday on a proposed amendment to its weapons ordinance."

The change would have removed wording giving residents the right to use force to defend property and would have eliminated the right to use bows and arrows in the city. After much debate, the council voted to defer a vote and start the process over." ...
 

FL: A Good Place To Get Shot On Your Vacation
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"The Connecticut snow birds who spend six months and a day in Florida to avoid (a) the state's inclement winters and (b) the state's inclement income tax are hereby warned: wintering in Florida may soon be harmful to your health."

"Thanks to a law just passed by wide margins in the Florida legislature and signed by Gov. Jeb Bush, it's going to become much easier for a resident or visitor to get shot there. The law takes effect Oct. 1, in plenty of time for the winter season."

"Believe it or not, the law actually puts it in writing that a person 'has no duty to retreat and has the right to stand his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly force, if he or she reasonably believes it is necessary to prevent death or great bodily harm ...'" [emphasis added] ...
 

IL: NRA-backed bill puts governor over a barrel
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"Such is the political clout wielded by the gun lobby, the soonest gun law reformers can expect to take two steps forward without taking one or two steps back may be the 12th of Never. At least that's the way it must look to Gov. Blagojevich after the Illinois House approved a bill that would close the 'gun show loophole' -- something he and Mayor Daley badly want to do -- but as part of a costly trade-off."

"That trade-off, as provided for in another component of the bill, would be the elimination of the State Police database of gun sales. Gun lobbyists claim it is improperly used to harass lawful gun owners. Denying any misuse, law enforcement officials say the database is crucial to their efforts to track straw purchases and gun trafficking -- and to protect themselves by knowing which suspects are likely to be armed." ...
 

IL: Gun lobbyist hits bull's-eye this season in Springfield
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Todd Vandermyde takes aim slowly, raising his automatic [sic] pistol in a calm motion as the paper silhouette races through the target range toward him. One, two, three, four, five shots--all within the inner two rings of the paper target."

"'You can't get tense,' Vandermyde said. 'You draw, clear your holster, sweep the safety and concentrate on your target. Get your sight alignment. That's the key to everything.'"

"For Vandermyde, that's a philosophy that works not just at the local shooting range he frequents, but also at the nearby Illinois state Capitol where he is the lobbyist for the National Rifle Association."

"Vandermyde, 40, has been like Rambo at the Statehouse lately. He has had success at beating back gun control legislation for years, but nothing like this year." ...
 

DC: Arming the District
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"BECAUSE THE District bans handguns, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Tex.) complains that she had to dismantle her weapon when she came to town. She said that at home in Texas, 'I had always had a handgun in the drawer next to my bed.' That may be, but it doesn't give Mrs. Hutchison a legitimate cause to propose a repeal of the city's wise law, given the strong opposition of District leaders and residents to the idea of keeping guns in their homes. Yet Mrs. Hutchison, joined by fellow Republicans George Allen (Va.) and John Cornyn (Tex.), has sponsored a wrongheaded bill to kill D.C. gun laws." ...

"Many District residents also know, as the Brady campaign reports, that a gun in the home is 22 times more likely to be used in an unintentional shooting than in self-defense; that nearly all childhood unintentional shooting deaths occur in and around the home; and that a gun in the home is 11 times more likely to be used in an attempted suicide than to injure or kill in self-defense." ...
 

DC: D.C. Gun Law Ban Attacked
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Virginia Sen. George Allen wants to repeal D.C.'s law banning handguns inside the city.

The Republican senator has schedule a news conference today with Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, from Texas, to introduce the bill.

D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey and other city leaders have fought similar efforts in the past.

Ramsey feels a repeal would only make crime in the city worse.
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CA: Armed teen at Benicia High -- Student caught with loaded pistol; officials question school response
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"A Benicia High School sophomore was arrested Friday on campus after concealing a loaded pistol in his back pack, according to police who say school staff handled the potentially dangerous situation improperly."

"A campus supervisor, who escorted the 16-year-old Vallejo student to the office, said her life and students' lives were endangered because of administrators' questionable response. She was so upset by the incident, she turned in her keys and radio Friday and quit." ...

"Powers said she escorted the student to the office holding his back pack, having no clue a loaded .40 caliber pistol was inside. School officials, who knew of the rumor, never told her why she was escorting the special education student, she said." ...
 

NC: Cop calls Taser lifesaver in face-off with gunman
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"A police lieutenant credits a Taser with saving lives Friday afternoon after he faced down a gunman who begged the lieutenant to kill him."

"The incident began about 3 p.m. when police received a shoplifting call ..."

"'The caller said a black male had come in and stole a bag of chips and a 40-ounce beer,' said Lt. Jeff Clark ..."

"It seemed like a typical shoplifting call, and Clark didn't expect much trouble, but the situation changed quickly. When I approached him, I asked him to stop,' Clark said. 'He was clearly agitated and challenged me to shoot him.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: Chapel Hill police use Taser to prevent "Suicide by Cop"
 

WI: Newspaper: No charges filed in 20 years of Milwaukee inquests
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"In 20 years of inquests into police shootings in Milwaukee County, no officer has ever been criminally charged, a newspaper's review found."

"As the latest Milwaukee police inquest is set to begin Monday into the death of Wilbert J. Prado, lawmakers, victims' families, and even a veteran prosecutor acknowledge that many of the inquests are futile and in need of change."

"The review by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel found only two inquest verdicts in the past 20 years in which juries did not completely clear officers:" ...

"'I've never seen a prosecutor make a righteous attempt to arm a jury with the information they would need to reach the difficult conclusion that a police officer committed a criminal act,' Merrick Domnitz, who has been practicing for 28 years, told the newspaper." ...
 

MS: Hundreds Of Weapons Seized From Criminals Destroyed
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"They were once in the hands of dangerous criminals but now hundreds of guns and knives will never threaten anyone again."

"On Saturday morning Gulfport police officers took weapons they've confiscated over the past few years and destroyed them."

"Danielle Thomas reports on how the department believes getting rid of the guns makes for a safer community."

"Whether it's a rifle, a handgun or a knife the Gulfport police want to make sure there's no chance that these weapons will ever be pointed at anyone again."

"'We're destroying some of the weapons we've recovered over the past few years,' said Chief Steve Barnes. 'They are weapons that we've taken off of the streets that have been used in the commission of crimes.'" ...
 

TX: Gatesville Officer Among Those Arraigned In Bank Robbery
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"A police officer in the Central Texas town of Gatesville was one of three people arrested in connection with the September robbery of a bank."

"Wesley John Friedrich, 23, was arraigned Friday afternoon. The Gatesville patrol officer was fired the same day, said Gatesville Police Chief Nathan Gohlke. Gohlke said that he was surprised 'to say the least' by Friedrich's arrest."

"Friedrich, an officer there since August 2004, was charged with being an accessory after the fact or knowing that the robbery occurred and assisting the alleged offenders."

"Friedrich's wife, 22-year-old Luisa Marie Friedrich, was also arraigned Friday before U.S. Magistrate Jeffrey C. Manske. A third defendant, Adam Christopher Edwards, was arraigned Thursday." ...
 

Philippines: Two cops and ex-NBI agent arrested for kidnapping
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"Two police and a former agent of the National Bureau of Investigation were arrested for allegedly kidnapping and holding for ransom an Indian in Santiago City ..."

"Estilles identified the arrested policemen as Senior Police Officer 1 Benchito Cristobal and Police Officer 1 Dennis Salviejo, both detailed with the Regional Mobile Group. The former NBI agent, Estilles said, was identified as Rosendo Colendrino."

"... Echague and Santiago policemen arrested the suspects after a brief chase that ended at a gas station in Barangay Mabini, Santiago City."

"'Recovered from the suspects was the alleged kidnap victim named Kuldeep Singh, 23, an Indian living in Barangay Rosario, Santiago City,' Estilles said." ...
 

Philippines: Communist commander escapes from central Philippine jail
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"A communist rebel commander has escaped from jail in the central Philippines after pointing a pistol at his lone prison guard, a senior official said Sunday."

"Gregorio Tadeos, 45, also known as Commander Amer, escaped late Saturday from his cell in Borongan town, 580 kilometers (360 miles) southeast of Manila, said Ben Evardone, the governor of Eastern Samar province."

"Evardone said he had ordered a manhunt and vowed to punish those responsible for Tadeo's escape."

"The governor also said he has launched an investigation to discover how Tadeos was able to obtain the .38 caliber pistol that he used in his escape." ...
 

India: Retired major shoots and injures neighbour after quarrel
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A 71-year old retired Army Major was arrested after he shot and injured his neighbour in a fit of anger in Virugambakkam here, police said today.

The neighbour, Manivannan, was treated as an out-patient in the Government Hospital, police said.

The incident happened last night, when Manivannan was taking his dog for a walk. Maj Mathew objected to this and following a verbal duel between the two, the former army man whipped out his point 32 pistol and shot one round from it injuring Manivannan, police said.
 

Japan: 20-year-old Hokkaido policeman fatally shoots himself
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A 20-year-old police officer died after shooting himself in the head with his pistol Saturday at a police station in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, police said.

The policeman, who is unnamed for reasons of privacy, was found bleeding from the temple in a men's room at around 8:50 a.m. shortly after he started the day's duties, the police said. He was rushed to hospital but died four hours later. Fellow officers said they sensed nothing unusual when he attended a morning staff meeting. No suicide note was found.
 

TX: Houston Company Announces the Smart AR, A New Gun Safety Product for AR 15 Owners
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The safe AR is a SMART AR. VRI of Houston Texas has developed an AR 15 receiver to make Display, Training, Demonstrator, Stage Prop, and Practice AR 15s safer. The SMART AR meets the credo of all gun owners: 'Safety First and Always.'"

"The receiver has the professional weight, look and feel of the real thing. The SMART AR receiver cannot be made into an active firearm. This allows a Non-Firing AR to be shown and handled in maximum safety." ...
 

FL: Some turkey hunters looking for rifle ban
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"They once were as common as the crates of conch shells at tourist traps that lined U.S. Highway 1."

"Now, seeing a rifle cradled in the arms of a camouflaged-to-the-nines turkey hunter is about like seeing a Spanish doubloon sticking from the sand on Daytona Beach."

"Another old Florida tradition is disappearing as hunting lands shrink and hunters multiply. As a safety precaution, many clubs, hunting leases and public hunt areas are mandating shotguns-only during the spring turkey season."

"But there still are too many rifle-toting turkey-takers to suit Jim Conley." ...
 

IA: Self-defense clinic creates safer place
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"Kim Armstrong of Davenport cuts right to the chase when explaining why she has enrolled her girls, ages 9 and 11, in karate."

"'Im not raising cute, little girls,' said Armstrong ... 'Im raising girls that can take care of themselves.'"

"Armstrong and a handful of other women and girls attended a free clinic Friday in The District of Rock Island on self-defense. Instructor Erick McEnaney of Family Martial Arts Center ... said he offered the courses to give back to the community."

"'The reason we do it is because the job of someone who lives in the community is to help the community be a safer place,' McEnaney said. 'We need to make sure that we not only educate ourselves, but educate our children.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: If you really want to make your community a safer place Erick, lobby for repeal of Iowa's un-constitutional concealed weapon laws.
 

MA: Rifle range use creates conflict in Leyden
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"It was not long after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, that Elwin D. Barton got a call from Wackenhut Corp., asking to use the Leyden Rifle Club range to train security personnel from the Vermont Yankee nuclear power station."

"Barton had to think about the request for a while, because it was a big one for a quiet range set aside in 1946 in a remote location on the forested border of Vermont. An overwhelming sense of obligation to improve national security, however, moved the club's 125 members to approve the request, Barton said recently in an interview."

"Since then, use of the range by nuclear plant trainees has become a giant headache for Barton, the club and apparently for many neighbors in the two states. At present, it seems that no one is backing down." ...
 

IA: Safety the aim of youth jamboree
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"The sound of shots echoed across the open fields. Pop. Pop. Bang."

"Then the gun chamber clinked open, and another bullet was dropped in."

"At the fourth annual Big Hollow Youth Jamboree Saturday, more than 40 children showed up to learn about guns and get the opportunity to shoot BB guns, rifles and shot guns." ...

"According to Cliff Wilson, president of both sponsoring organizations, the event was created in response to the death of 5yearold Dacia Watson, who was shot in the forehead with a .22 caliber revolver by a playmate who thought the gun was a toy." ...
 

CO: Rifle range, police at odds over access
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"It's a steep dirt road, a quarter-mile long, covered in gravel and flanked by the occasional decaying mattress spring or washing machine poking out of the grassy hillside."

"To the Boulder Rifle Club, it's priceless because it serves as the sole entrance to the club's private shooting range for its 800 members."

"But a feud between the club on Boulder's northern outskirts and the city, which owns the road over an old dump, threatens the members' access."

"'The city has used and abused us,' said Grant Von Letkemann, president of the club. 'They look at us as redneck, beer-swigging, Bambi-shooters.'"

"The club has owned the range since the late 1970s, and the city uses it free of charge as a training site for the police. ..." ...
 

Canada: Assassination weapon fetches $105,000
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"The Museum of Civilization has acquired the revolver used to assassinate father of Confederation Thomas D'Arcy McGee in 1868."

"The Smith & Wesson .32-calibre gun was put on auction block Sunday by its private owner who inherited it after it was passed down through his family."

"The gun sold for $105,000, almost twice the $55,000 value put on it ..."

"The 19th century weapon was used in the only Canadian political assassination in the country's history and its owner was the last person to be publicly hanged in Canada."

"It had disappeared for more than 100 years before resurfacing in Ottawa in 1973." ...
 

Canada: Self-defence course designed for average Janes and Joes
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"For the first time in more than 20 years, the Underwood Defendo system will be offered in Sudbury."

"This unique self-defence course is designed for people who may not consider themselves athletic. It teaches individuals how, with little strength and
athletic ability, they can take control of a larger attacker."

"The introduction seminar, which includes several hours of practical tactics, will take place Saturday, May 28 at the YMCA downtown from 9 am to noon. A second session will take place from 1 pm to 4 pm."

"The cost of the introductory course is $75. This is refundable against the cost of the full course, if a person chooses to continue." ...
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Submitter's Note: Too bad they ignore the gun, the safest and most effective self-defense tool in existence.
 

Mexico: Gunmen Assassinate Rosarito Police Chief
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"A municipal police chief was riddled with bullets on Saturday morning as he left his house in the Pacific coast city of Rosarito, 12 miles south of the U.S. border, Baja California state prosecutors said."

"Rosarito Police Chief Carlos Bowser was surprised by two gunmen, who mowed down the former state police officer with pistol and rifle fire, said Raul Gutierrez, a spokesman for the Baja California state attorney general's office." ...

"At least three people, including a federal police officer, were killed in a separate shooting on Saturday in Reynosa, across the U.S. border from McAllen, Texas, federal and local authorities reported." ...
 

UK: Bullet tests may lead police to banker's killer
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"Police investigating the killing of a banker who was shot dead on his doorstep are hoping new tests on ammunition might shed some light on one of Scotland's most baffling murders."

"Six months after Alistair Wilson, 30, was gunned down after putting his two young children to bed, the police investigation has spread from the small Highland town of Nairn to far across Europe."

"It emerged last month that officers from Northern Constabulary had enlisted the help of a German ballistics expert to date the weapon used in the killing, a pre-war Schmeisser .25 calibre semi-automatic handgun which can fit in the palm of a hand." ...
 

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