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VPC All Wet in DC
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"In yet another attempt to promote the same old lies and yet another gun ban, the Violence Policy Center staged a 'press event' that proved to be a dismal washout."

"With a turnout that could fit under two umbrellas, perennial gun-control huckster Tom Diaz stood shoulder-to-soggy-shoulder with Virginia Rep. Jim Moran to introduce a bill to ban .50 caliber rifles nationwide."

"Reading from the VPC handbook, Jim Moran spooled out a litany of 'sky is falling' claims, such as that a man with a rifle can 'shoot down a commercial airliner' or 'destroy a railcar.' "
 

Moran introduces bill to ban high-powered rifles
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"They're high-powered guns that can down an airplane from up to a mile away, and a northern Virginia lawmaker wants to make sure they don't fall into the wrong hands."

"Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va., said Monday he is introducing legislation that would ban the commercial sale of .50-caliber rifles."

"Backers of the bill say the weapons are easily attainable and less regulated than common handguns."
 

Ad for Anti-Gun Rally Links Students With 'Assault Weapons'
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A full-page ad in Monday's Washington Post implies that "unless President Bush acts" soon, children will bring "assault weapons" to school in the fall."

" 'When your kids go back to school, will assault weapons, too?' the ad caption says. The caption is printed over a photograph of a young boy wearing a backpack who is walking away from the camera -- and appears to be heading to school."

"Paid for by the Million Mom March, the ad promotes a Mother's Day march for 'sensible gun laws.' "

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More disgusting attempts by the Thousand or so Misguided Mommies to perpetuate panic and hysteria. Obviously their case is not that strong if they need to resort to such hyperbole.
 

Man Receives Probation For Having Pocket Knife At Airport
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A Kentucky man found with a pocket knife concealed in an aerosol can at an airport security checkpoint was sentenced Monday to one year's probation by a federal judge."

"Robert Sherrard, 31, pleaded guilty in February to a misdemeanor charge of knowingly and willfully entering an airport area in violation of security requirements under federal law." ...

"Meanwhile, an Indiana congressman detained at the Louisville airport last month after a loaded handgun was found in his briefcase is to be arraigned Tuesday ..."

"U.S. Rep. John Hostettler was cited by airport police on a misdemeanor charge of carrying a concealed deadly weapon and released. The charge has a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $500 fine."
 

A Letter to my Senator
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"No, Senator Warner. You obviously have no clue what the Second Amendment means and what it seeks to preserve. You give lip service to freedom, while at the same time seeking to deprive Americans of their rights. You cite faulty statistics and perpetuate outright lies in order to violate the Constitution you swore to uphold. And you claim to represent me and Virginia’s gun owners in the United States Senate, while you specifically ignore the concerns I addressed in my letter and attempt to foist your hysterical rhetoric on me and my fellow gun owners in a vain effort to scare me into believing that you and your fellow gun banners know what is best for me."

"I assure you, Senator Warner, that you do not."
 

Animals and Guns
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"A long, long time ago I tolerated my father's NRA membership and even chuckled at the bumper sticker on his car that said 'You can come and take my gun when you can pry it out of my cold dead hands' and his little window sticker that said 'There is nothing in here worth losing your life over' I challenged him on that. I asked him what it was that he owned that was worth killing someone over? Thirty years later and I have the answer to my own question."
 

Aiming to get women on target
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"So how does this slightly built woman take down a buffalo, a caribou, or perhaps a deer, at a record-setting 783 yards?"

"With a .50-caliber rifle that, quite frankly, looks like something soldiers might fire from a tank to destroy a wall."

"Henry shoots this powerful piece in marksmanship competition and to bag big game in places as far flung as Alaska and Africa. Suspecting that other women might enjoy similar challenges, she has organized a seminar titled "Women in Scope" for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Pennsylvania Game Commission Range in Mooretown."
 

Secret Service agent’s 9mm was left behind on Continental flight
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"An airline employee found a loaded 9mm handgun Monday lodged between the seats of a Continental Airlines flight after it landed at Newark airport, MSNBC.com has learned."

"The plane departed from Reagan National Airport Monday morning; Reagan National is the airport most used by Washington dignitaries due to its proximity to the Capitol."

"The FBI was called in to investigate and determined the weapon, a 9mm Sig-Sauer, belonged to U.S. Secret Service agent... The agent declared his carry-on weapon at Reagan before boarding and was the only armed agent on board..."

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These guys leave their guns lying around, and we're supposed to rely on them for our safety?
 

Iraqi Prisoner Details Abuse by Americans
Submitted by: John Green

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"Dhia al-Shweiri spent several stints in Baghdad's notorious Abu Ghraib prison, twice under Saddam Hussein's rule and once under American. He prefers Saddam's torture to the humiliation of being stripped naked by his American guards, he said Sunday in an interview with The Associated Press." ...

"For months, human rights groups and former prisoners had complained of mistreatment at detention centers but their protests were widely dismissed as politically motivated until the U.S. command started an investigation in January. Six American soldiers are now facing courts-martial." ...

" 'They made us stand in a way that I am ashamed to describe. They came to look at us as we stood there. They knew this would humiliate us,' he said, adding that he was not sodomized."

" 'They were trying to humiliate us, break our pride. We are men. It's OK if they beat me. Beatings don't hurt us, it's just a blow. But no one would want their manhood to be shattered,' he said."

" 'They wanted us to feel as though we were women, the way women feel and this is the worst insult, to feel like a woman,' al-Shweiri said."

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KABA Notes: While we would never condone mistreatment of or cruelty to prisoners, if this is the way they treat their women, you almost want to applaud the troops for giving these so-called "men" a taste of their own medicine.

However, more disturbing is the following:

"He said the Americans arrested him along with his father and brother in the Shiite neighborhood of Sadr City in Baghdad, accusing him of belonging to the al-Mahdi Army because he had an automatic weapon in his house and some headbands with Islamic sayings on them."
 

CA: PA officer charged in beating case missed gun during pat-down search
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"A Palo Alto police officer facing felony charges for allegedly assaulting a man while on duty last July had overlooked a hidden gun on a robbery suspect the day before, his supervisor testified in court today."

"Michael Kan, 26, had been asked to pat-search the suspect, who had been arrested July 12, 2003, in connection with several local bank robberies... Kan had placed the man into a questioning room at the station after searching him, and detectives assigned to the case noticed him appear to remove a gun from his waist, Tealer said."
 

FL: Jury chosen in obstruction trial of Miami SWAT officer
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"A cousin of a convicted Miami police officer was excused before a jury was seated Monday for the trial of another officer accused of lying after the shooting death of a suicidal man."

"A dozen people were chosen to hear the trial of SWAT officer Alex Macias, who faces up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted of two counts of obstruction of justice. Opening statements are set Tuesday in a trial expected to take three weeks."

"This is the fifth trial since October 2002 of Miami police officers charged with covering up guns allegedly planted after police shootings or beating a handcuffed suspect. So far, nine officers have been convicted or pleaded guilty, and three have been acquitted."
 

NY: Cop who shot unarmed immigrant testifies
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"The police officer who fatally shot an unarmed immigrant during an undercover raid at a Chelsea warehouse nearly a year ago testified before a Manhattan grand jury for 2 ½ hours Monday."

"Officer Bryan Conroy, who was in plainclothes at the time, shot Ousmane Zongo four times at close range, while in what his lawyer Stuart London has maintained was a 'life-and-death' struggle with Zongo. Conroy has claimed he mistook Zongo for a robber."
 

Supreme Court Won't Consider Police Cussing Case
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"The Supreme Court, sidestepping a dispute over cussing, refused Monday to consider whether a Montana man's foul language to a law enforcement officer was free speech protected by the Constitution."

"The man, Malachi Robinson, was walking down the street about midnight four years ago when he called the Missoula county deputy in a nearby squad car a '(expletive) pig.' The deputy got out and confronted Robinson, who uttered another expletive at the officer."

"His swearing earned Robinson a $50 fine for disorderly conduct. He was also sentenced to 10 days in jail, but the judge suspended that."

"Justices declined without comment to review his appeal. Their refusal does not address the merits of the issue."
 

The slow suicide
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"In pursuing pragmatism over principle, Republicans are unwittingly sowing the seeds of their destruction as a party in both ideological and practical terms. ..."

"But the practical result of creating more bureaucrats will not be so easily ignored. As the voting population continues to become more dependent upon government paychecks, arguments for reducing government expenditures will become naturally less and less popular. This will pull the Republican Party to the left, reducing the entire political debate to one simple question: Not 'Is this right?' but instead, 'How much?' "
 

U.S. proposes drafting women
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"The Selective Service System has proposed revamping the draft to include the registration of women, expanding the age limits and requiring that young Americans keep the government informed about those critical skills most valuable to the military."

"The proposal, presented to the Pentagon before the invasion of Iraq by the agency's acting Director Lewis Brodsky, would extend the age of draft registration to 34 years old, up from 25. It was revealed by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which obtained the plan under the Freedom of Information Act."
 

TX: Girl Disciplined For Wearing Dam T-Shirt
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"A souvenir T-shirt from a national landmark has a middle school student fighting for her rights and a school defending its dress code policy..."

"The T-shirt says, 'Somebody went to the Hoover Dam and all I got was this 'Dam' t-shirt.' " ...

"Needville ISD's policy prohibits pictures, emblems or writing on clothing that is lewd, offensive, vulgar or obscene."

"Gazaway said he and the school principal feel Mercer's T-shirt falls in that category."
 

India: Indiatimes employee shot at in a car-snatching bid
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"Sunday night turned into a nightmare for Rajnish Sahay, an Indiatimes employee, when he was accosted and shot at by three assailants, including a woman. The incident occurred at about 11.30 pm near the Gymkhana Club near South City-I in Gurgaon."

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Gun control doesn't seem to be working in India either.
 

UK: Child killer is still on the run
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"A kidnap suspect and his convicted childkiller girlfriend are still on the run — a year after they fled from Norwich."

"Andrew Paton, 53, who was also accused of blackmail, and childkiller Helen Stacey, 47, have evaded police since last May, after he failed to show up at Norwich Crown Court and she breached the conditions of her licence."

"Their car was found abandoned on a slip road near the Scottish city of Dundee at the end of June but since then — and despite repeated appeals for information through the media, including a slot on Crimewatch UK — there has been no trace of the unlikely couple."

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Once again armed criminals evade police in the UK, while the disarmed can only hope they don't become prey.
 

NC: U.S. Appeals Court upholds state ban on gun possession
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"A federal appeals court has upheld North Carolina's nine-year-old ban on ex-convicts possessing handguns. The case -- and its outcome -- is a timely reminder of the carefully-constructed gun laws the General Assembly adopted in 1995 after heated debate over concealed weapons."

"In a decision written by Judge Allyson Duncan of Raleigh, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the legislature's decision to put a lifelong ban on possession of handguns by felons."
 

CA: Firearm fighting
Submitted by: Keith Russell

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"Backers of state Sen. Jackie Speier's SB 1733, which would prohibit the sale of guns at the state-owned convention hall just across the San Francisco border in Daly City, steer clear of making direct links to violence in nearby San Francisco neighborhoods and guns sold at the shows. But they do say that that the gun shows, which are advertised across San Francisco as well as in the crime-ridden neighborhoods such as Sunnydale and Bayview-Hunters Point, are disrespectful for those areas trying to combat gun-related shootings and killings."

" 'It's disrespectful, it's a slap in the face,' said Shawn Richards, the executive director of Brothers Against Guns, a Bayview-based nonprofit whose members helped spur Speier's legislation. 'There was a 7-week-old baby shot, there was a police officer gunned down, it's ridiculous. Young black men and Latinos are dying.' "

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Yeah, get this straight. It's disrespectful for people to exercise their freedoms in an area where criminals rule and where said freedoms can help save lives.
 

GA: Bullying victim faces five years behind bars
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"A 13-year-old Clayton County boy, who said he was bullied for more than two years, will be sentenced Wednesday after striking back at one of his classmates."

"At his Jonesboro middle school, Daryl Gray says he has been hit, called gay and even had his shoes urinated on in the school restroom. But in March, Daryl, a Jehovah's Witness who had not been in trouble before, struck another boy in the face with a pencil. The boy was seriously injured and has been left permanently scarred." ...

"State Rep. Carolyn Hugley, D-Columbus, pushed to strengthen Georgia's anti-bullying law after a 14-year-old boy fired a gun at a student who had been bullying him."
 

OH: Mall struck by 'Retail Rapist'; later posts signs disarming employees/customers
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"In January 2004, a Van Huesen store at Prime Outlet Malls at US35/I71 in Jeffersonville was robbed by a violent criminal. Employees were bound with duct tape, and the FBI believes the perpetrator was the suspect who is becoming known throughout southwest Ohio as the 'retail rapist'."

"Despite having first-hand knowledge of just how dangerous it can be to render employees defenseless, and with the fact that criminals are not deterred by gun prohibitions, the management at Prime Outlet Malls have posted signs banning CHL-holders from their stores."
 

UK: Gun law 'loophole'
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"CAMPAIGNERS have called for a "loophole" in the law to be closed after the Manchester Evening News bought a potentially-lethal handgun - legally in a city centre shop."

"On the same day new legislation on air guns came into force, we paid £200 for a new German-made Walther CP88, a powerful airgun, which could maim or even kill within a distance of 10 metres."

"The CO2 gas-powered gun - which is indistinguishable to the untrained eye from a genuine firearm - can fire off eight rounds in quick succession."

"Our purchase on Saturday just hours after new controls were introduced by the government."
 

CA: Keep gun ban
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"Opponents often portray the ban as a sweeping infringement on the rights of law-abiding gun owners, but in fact the legislation affects a very limited number of weapons. Most are useless for hunting and too dangerous for home defense, and some are not even accurate enough to make for good target shooting."

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in·fringe ( P ) Pronunciation Key (n-frnj)
v. in·fringed, in·fring·ing, in·fring·es
v. tr.
To transgress or exceed the limits of; violate: infringe a contract; infringe a patent.
Obsolete. To defeat; invalidate.

v. intr.
To encroach on someone or something; engage in trespassing: an increased workload that infringed on his personal life.

Maybe the editors need a remedial English lesson.
 

OH: Two Ohio newspapers violate privacy of county CHL-holders
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"In the past two days, the Warren Tribune Chronicle (Trumbull Co.) and Elyria Chronicle-Telegram (Lorain Co.) have begun punishing the citizens of their respective counties as a means of protesting Ohio's new concealed carry law."

"Both news outlets, known for a history of publishing vehemently anti-concealed carry editorials, published the names of every person who has been issued a CHL in the county."

"The Ft. Wayne News-Sentinel recently considered doing the same in Indiana, but had the good sense to poll their readers on the issue. After receiving 3000 letters opposing the plan (95% of all letters received on the subject), the newspaper backed down. They expressed shared concern with readers who warned of the potential to expose former victims of violence who have gone to great lengths to hide from their attackers, and with those who warned that the list would serve only to provide a convenient shopping list for would-be thieves."

"The Warren Tribune Chronicle and Elyria Chronicle-Telegram have no such respect for your opinion, nor for your privacy. ..."

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So when the information they published is used to rob or otherwise victimize the people on that list, can the victims sue these papers for being accomplices to the crime?
 

Canada: Four Toronto cops to face criminal charges in corruption scandal
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"Toronto's police chief urged the city not to lose faith in law enforcement Monday after corruption charges were laid against four of the force's officers." ...

"Monday's developments were the latest in a corruption scandal that has shaken Toronto's police force, which has already seen criminal and internal police charges laid against several officers this year."

"Many of the charges stem from officers tipping off bar owners about liquor licence investigations and claiming they could influence the reduction or withdrawal of liquor licence penalties in exchange for payment..."

"The four officers, including the son of a former chief, face 26 criminal charges ..."
 

Brazil: Brazil gang robs Air Force armory
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"Armed men stole a van with assault rifles from a Brazilian Air Force armory on Monday in Rio de Janeiro and police found anti-tank rockets in a slum -- fresh signs that the city's drug gangs are expanding their arsenal and firepower."

"The events occurred two weeks after police discovered an arsenal in another shantytown in the crime-ridden city that surprised even hard-boiled Rio violence experts as it contained eight Belgium-made land mines and more than 100 grenades."

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The events occurred only several months after Brazil implemented its stringent gun control measures. They don't seem to be working, do they?
 

Canada: Prof's study takes shot at Canada's gun registry
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"Canada's gun registry does not work, according to Dr. Gary Mauser, a Simon Fraser University professor." ...

" 'We have spent $2 billion on licensing and registering guns in Canada and it has not decreased violent crime and suicide,' Mauser said." ...

"Mauser said his study found that the approach to gun control in the United States -- greater firearms access and stiffer penalties for criminals -- works better than the Canadian model."
 

CO: Gun-rights advocate dies in fire
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"A voice for the right to keep and bear arms has been silenced."

"Alan Albertus, 51, one of several founders of the northern Colorado-based pro-gun group Tyranny Response Team, died Thursday afternoon after his home near Loveland caught fire. The cause of the fire is under investigation." ...

"Friends said that Albertus was an avid outdoorsman, as well as a devout defender of the Second Amendment. He helped found the Tyranny Response Team in 2000, in part, to battle gun-control legislation at the state level, as well as what he believed was an erosion of individual rights at the federal level. ..."
 

TN: Nashville Store Owner Thwarts Robbery
Submitted by: Blake Wylie
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"An entire community is on the lookout for the man who tried to rob a neighborhood store. The attempted robbery happened Sunday night at the Cahal Market in East Nashville."

"Police say a man walked into the store with a sawed off shot gun and demanded money. However, the store owners stopped the robbery by firing a gun of their own."
 

FL: Officer's Weapons, Ammunition Stolen From Her House
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"The sheriff's office in Seminole County is trying to track down the people responsible for stealing an officer's weapons and ammunition right out of the officer's home. The officer lives in Seminole County, but serves as a reserve officer for Orlando Police and the Orange County Sheriff's Office."

"There was no forced entry into the reserve officer's house, and yet, the sheriff's office is looking at two potential suspects, two teens spotted near the reserve officer's home."

"The thieves stole all kinds of property but, of most concern, are the reserve officer's weapons and ammunition. A 9mm handgun, a 45-caliber handgun, bullets for both guns and body armor vests were all snatched from the residence ..."
 

UK: No apology from masked shooter
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"A MASKED 18-year-old who drove to a high school and shot at pupils has today refused to apologise for his actions."

"Richard Lucas, who was told by a magistrate he was lucky to escape prison, then complained the incident cost him money in court expenses."

"Lucas admitted firing a BB gun at Copleston High School pupils as they left school on March 1."
 

PA: Woman Had Restraining Order Against Alleged Bowling Alley Shooter
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"A woman who police said was shot along with two men at a bowling alley had a restraining order against the man who allegedly shot them."

"The alleged gunman, David Lewis of Baltimore, later shot himself. ..."

"Police said Lewis, who is also known as Keita Lewis, and the three victims had all been on the same traveling bowling team until a few months ago when Lewis assaulted the woman and was thrown off the team."
 

UK: Armed stand-off in second day
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Police negotiations with a man believed to be armed with a gun, who has barricaded himself inside a house, are into a second day.

The man went into the house in Poole, Dorset, at 5.30am on Sunday, threatened the occupants with a gun and ordered a man to leave along with four children.

A seriously injured woman, who was extensively bruised, left the house in Haskells Road two hours later. She was taken to hospital for treatment to her injuries which are not thought to be life-threatening.

A spokesman for Dorset Police said that negotiations are continuing with the man.

Up to 20 householders have been removed from homes in the surrounding area.
 

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