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"Resistance is Futile": Waco Rules vs. Romanian Rules
Submitted by: Mike Vanderboegh

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... "Prather makes much of modern day weaponry that only the government may possess. But you know, artillery and nuclear bombs are of limited utility to a government when the battlefield is its own cities, towns, transportation hubs and commercial centers. Then it becomes like Iraq, only far worse. It becomes a rat hunt where the rats outnumber you, and often, at the point of decision, beat you in the one thing that is most fundamental in an up-close infantry fight: rapid and deadly accurate rifle fire. Shouting Borg-like that 'resistance is futile' may scare the faint-hearted, the weak-minded and certain children under the age of ten. It does NOT scare us." ...
 

NRA: Don't ban gun sales to suspects
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association is urging the Bush administration to withdraw its support of a bill that would prohibit suspected terrorists from buying firearms. Backed by the Justice Department, the measure would give the attorney general the discretion to block gun sales, licenses or permits to terror suspects."

"In a letter this week to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, NRA executive director Chris Cox said the bill ... 'would allow arbitrary denial of Second Amendment rights based on mere 'suspicions' of a terrorist threat.'"

"'As many of our friends in law enforcement have rightly pointed out, the word 'suspect' has no legal meaning, particularly when it comes to denying constitutional liberties,' Cox wrote." ...
 

4 myths of gun control shredded (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If Seung-Hui Cho hadn't gotten his hands on two semiautomatic pistols, he wouldn't have been able to slay 32 students and others, say some gun-control advocates who really ought to learn about Andrew Kehoe, who didn't stop at 32."

"In the deadliest violence inside a school ever in America, Kehoe killed 45 people, mostly children, and guns had nothing to do with it. It was 1927 in the village of Bath, Mich.; Kehoe was a farmer ... and his weapons of choice were dynamite and an explosive called pyrotol."

"The idea that guns are the only likely means of mass murder ... is proven wrong daily by the suicide bombers in Iraq. It was proven wrong when Timothy McVeigh killed 168 people ... " ...
 

What is it with Jews and guns?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Frankly, having given it some thought, I believe the reason that the Left hates guns so much is because of us Jews. With very few exceptions, we are terribly squeamish around firearms. The fear is totally irrational ... that the guns, themselves, are anti-Semites, and will kill us of their own accord." ...

"Even though America is the most tolerant nation on earth, Jews tend to think if terrible things happened to their ancestors ... it can and will happen here. It's a form of paranoia. But it's a very strange form. For as we all know, this is a nation of 300 million. So, wouldn't you think a minority numbering a mere five million, and in constant fear of pogroms, would spend as much time as possible on the firing range?"
 

Gun Ownership Becoming a Capital Idea
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"For years, Shelly Parker faced intimidation and harassment from the drug dealers and gang-bangers who roamed her neighborhood. Already frustrated because the police never did enough to make her feel truly safe, she was further dismayed by the fact that she could not own a gun to protect herself."

"Parker is a resident of Washington, D.C., where gun ownership has been a crime."

"Unwilling to just give up, Parker's tenacity resulted in action that may mean Washingtonians can exercise their constitutional right to own a gun for the first time in over 30 years." ...
 

Shooting at Virginia Tech and Gun Control: A Killer Cause
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I was at work when I received an e-mail advising that someone had been shot and killed on a college campus in Virginia. Not long after that, a second bulletin arrived giving the unreal death toll of '32 or more.' ..."

"I remember my first thought ... 'Oh, those poor kids!' But regardless of my very real sympathy for those who died and for those they left behind, a second thought followed hard on its heels: 'Oh, our poor Second Amendment!'"

"There are always those who, despite their tears of sympathy, seem to take a perverse delight in such tragedy. The Brady Campaign was quick to denounce the shootings and, as usual, to blame the gun and the gun laws (or the perceived lack thereof) for what happened. ..." ...
 

Editorial: The World Is Watching
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The massacre at Virginia Tech drew shocked comment not only in the United States, but from the media in other countries as well. Canada's Globe and Mail, for example, noted that even as deadly a massacre as the one at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., in 1999 failed to bring about a nationwide crackdown on guns. The Sydney Morning Herald in Australia described the Virginia deaths as 'setting a sickeningly high American record for gun rampages.' U.S. politicians, it adds, 'are running scared at the influence of a particular voice over a sizeable tranche [slice] of voters as a presidential election looms.' The voice is the gun lobby's, especially its major proponent, the National Rifle Association." ...
 

We must stem gun violence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"We must face the hard truth that firearms are so easy to acquire in the United States that lethal mass shootings are mathematically inevitable. Our nation was stunned by Cho Seung Hui's shooting spree ... As we mourn these deaths, we are left with two unavoidable questions: Could this horrific act of violence have been avoided? and What do we do about it? Neither question is easy to answer in a nation with over 200 million privately owned firearms including 65 million handguns."

"The gun violence of the United States is an anomaly among most industrialized democracies." ...
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Submitter's Note: But even removing gun homicides, the US has higher homicide rates than "most industrialized democracies", so obviously 'gun availability' is hardly relevant.
 

Brady Center Report Describes Risks of Guns on College Campuses
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is releasing a new report today -- "No Gun Left Behind: The Gun Lobby's Campaign to Push Guns Into Colleges and Schools" -- that draws attention to the gun lobby's efforts in recent years, and since the horrific tragedy at Virginia Tech, to change college campus rules prohibiting firearms. The report describes gun lobby efforts in Utah, Maine, South Carolina and other states to force colleges to allow the possession and use of firearms by students and others on campus.
 

NC: Fast food supervisor charged in robbery
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A former McDonald's shift leader is charged with orchestrating a robbery that left the gunman -- her 20-year-old cousin -- dead."

"Crystal Danielle Steel ... was the shift manager at the time of the Jan. 25 attempted robbery at the west Charlotte McDonald's."

"The robbery attempt was foiled when Tiemeyer Neshawn Sanders, 25, another McDonald's employee, shot Donte McFadden."

"Sanders was charged on Friday with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. According to police, the district attorney's office did not charge Sanders with murder because we was acting in self defense and in defense of another. But Sanders is a convicted felon and was prohibited from possessing a handgun."
 

GA: Iraq War Vet Blasts Burglar
Submitted by: fire eater

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"A man authorities say had broken into an Army officer's home in Augusta to steal guns was shot to death by the Iraq war veteran, who had come home early."

"... Captain Barre Bollinger told police he returned from work around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and found his house had been ransacked."

"Bollinger ... entered his bedroom and noticed that guns were missing."

"Johnson says the soldier grabbed his SKS rifle, a weapon similar to an AK-47 assault rifle, and called 911."

"Johnson said while on the phone with 911, Bollinger saw the suspect approaching his back door and fired at him three times."

"Twenty-nine-year-old Errol Lavar Royal was shot at least twice in the stomach area. He was later pronounced dead ..." ...
 

OH: Damon Wells Interviewed; Appologetic and remorseful (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Opponents of Concealed Carry always argue that licensees want nothing more than to 'take the law' into their own hands. In a recent debate I had with an anti-gun representative it was regularly said that he didn't want to live in a society where everyone had a gun."

"Damon Wells basically lived in that society until two kids, who we now know were taller than him him, decided he would be their next victim. In the end a fifteen year old street thug was killed, but Damon, like virtually anyone who has had to take a life in self-defense, feels horrible." ...

"You can read that article in Today's Plain Dealer, or online: Tell his family I'm sorry,' Wells pleads" ...
 

NY: Nothing gets between me and my .38
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Not ten minutes after the nation heard the news about the massacre at Virginia Tech, we began to hear the roar of the anti-gun people. While I know it’s true that many things can and will be done about new gun laws, the Second Amendment and who is permitted to carry what, I ask you to please not lecture me about giving up my concealed weapon. Unless you've actually looked down the barrel of a gun in the hand of a threatening person, don't waste your words on me. I don't want to hear what you have to say."

"Many years ago I used to joke about what I did for a living. When asked, I would respond with 'I sell drugs.'"

"Although it was a bit humorous, my answer wasn’t far from the truth. I was (and still am) a licensed pharmacist ... " ...
 

GA: Neighbors support homeowner who shot intruder (follow-up)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Neighbors of Army Cpt. Barre Bollinger say he had the right to protect himself after an intruder broke into his home and stole his property."

"Bollinger shot 29-year-old Errol Royal at least twice in the stomach. Royal later died."

"Under the Stand Your Ground law in Georgia, the soldier won't face any charges...and some of his neighbors say he shouldn't anyway, because he was protecting what's rightfully his."

"'I can't understand even the first time,' said Bollinger's neighbor Dilbert Lloyd. 'All it is, is somebody out there that don't have a job, and don't want to get up and go to work, and take what other people have worked so hard in their life and struggled for.'" ...
 

IN: Man follows 76-year-old, rapes her in her home
Submitted by: Daniel L. Moulder

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"Indianapolis metropolitan police are investigating the rape of a 76-year-old woman in her Near-Eastside home."

"The woman was attacked by a man who followed her as she walked home from the Interim Central Library on Tuesday afternoon, police said. The woman, who lives in the 100 block of South McKim Avenue, called the police Wednesday." ...

"The victim was a frequent visitor to the library in the former City Hall at Alabama and Ohio streets. When she reached her home Tuesday, the man forced his way in and raped her, according to a police report." ...
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Submitter's Note: The library is a prominently posted 'gun free zone', so her attacker knew she would be defenseless.
 

OH: Guns on Campus
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With the pull of a trigger, lives ended, breaking the bubble of perceived safety on a college campus. Since the shootings at Virginia Tech, a debate has sparked surrounding gun control on college campuses."

"At the Ohio Valley Trading and Exchange Company, which buys and sells firearms, business has continued as usual since the Virginia Tech shootings ..."

"If anything, the recent concerns regarding gun violence could encourage more sales, he said. Individuals previously debating whether to purchase a firearm might now do so for self-defense purposes."

"Students make up about 5 percent of individuals who purchase firearms at the store. Most buyers are locals ..." ...
 

NY: Should teachers be armed?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Halting violence complicated"

"Teachers should NOT be armed. How can more bullets speeding through the air do anything but result in more carnage?" ...

Submitter's Note: By this logic, police should not be armed either . . .

"Gun-control advocates wrong"

"I would wholeheartedly support allowing teachers who wished to be armed to be armed; however, the problem goes beyond arming teachers."

"There seems to be a thought process in this country that outlawing firearms will make everyone safe. School administrators put up signs that say, 'This is a Gun-Free School Zone' and seem to think this is some sort of invisible armor. ..." ...
 

WV: Gun Found At Tazewell County School
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Two students face charges after school officials found a pistol hidden in a Tazewell school restroom.

The Tazewell County Sheriff's office says an Assistant Principal at Tazewell Middle School found an air/gas operated pistol hidden in the bathroom stall.

An investigation revealed that a 12 year- old student brought the pistol from home.

The Sheriff's Department says the air/gas pistol looked like a real gun.

The Sheriff's Department reports two male students used the pistol to intimidate another student.

No one was injured during the incident but petitions will be filed to charge the two students with pointing, holding or brandishing a firearm, air or gas operated weapon on school property. That is a class 6 felony.
 

FL: Mayfield 'Guns at Work' vote protects private property rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"We elect our legislators to make the tough decisions and it requires strong leadership and courage to stand up to the pressure of special interests."

"I want to thank Rep. Stan Mayfield, R-Vero Beach, for his leadership in voting no on HB 1417, the 'Guns at Work' legislation. Without his leadership, the constitutional rights of all Floridians would be at risk."

"By voting to defeat this bill, Rep. Mayfield sent a strong and clear message to the special interests that less government intrusion and more personal responsibility will continue to guide our way in Florida. Because of this courageous vote, Florida businesses and homeowners retain their right to protect and control their private property." ...
 

PA: Phila. faces down state, passes gun law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"City Council unanimously passed eight long-delayed gun control bills yesterday, deliberately picking a fight with lawmakers in Harrisburg who have consistently refused to give Philadelphia the right to enact its own gun laws."

"In addition, Council will soon file a lawsuit in Common Pleas Court against the General Assembly to win the city the authority it needs to legally pass its own firearms legislation ..."

"'It's utterly ridiculous where we are right now. It's an aberration when somebody doesn't get killed,' [Councilman Darrell] Clarke said. 'We can't wait any longer.'"

"Among other controls, the bills would limit gun purchases to one a month and would require gun owners to promptly report lost or stolen firearms." ...
 

OH: Former deputy guilty of sexual contact with inmate
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"A former Greene County Sheriff's Office lieutenant pleaded guilty Friday to kissing and touching a female inmate's breast in the county jail."

"During a hearing in Greene County Common Pleas Court, appointed Judge David A. Gowdown said he would sentence Francis A. 'Tip' Link Jr., 44, of Jamestown on May 16 for sexual imposition and dereliction of duty, misdemeanor charges agreed upon by Link, his lawyer and appointed Prosecutor Andrew Sievers."

"In December, Link was indicted on sexual battery, a third-degree felony, like former Montgomery and Warren County Sheriff's Office employees charged in two other Miami Valley cases involving jail officials engaging in sexual conduct with inmates last year." ...
 

IN: MADD Award Winner Charged With DUI
Submitted by: jac

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"A Cincinnati police officer was jailed Thursday morning, charged with driving while intoxicated." ...

"A police report stated that an officer spotted a sport utility vehicle moving at a high rate of speed ..."

"The officer followed the SUV for some time before pulling it over for doing 55 in a 35 mph zone."

"... the officer gave a field sobriety test to Bebee, who failed it. ... his blood-alcohol level was determined to be .08 percent." ...

"Mothers Against Drunk Driving presented Bebee with a Top Cop award earlier this year."

"Cincinnati police said Beebe would be assigned to desk duty, with police powers suspended, pending the outcome of his court case."
 

GA: Guilty Pleas Only the Beginning in Aftermath of Atlanta 'Drug Raid' Killing of 92-Year Old
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Last Thursday, two Atlanta narcotics officers pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges in the shooting death of an elderly woman during a botched drug raid, but that is just the beginning in what looks to be an ever-expanding investigation into misconduct in the Atlanta narcotics squad. A federal investigation is already underway, and yesterday, Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), chair of the House Judiciary Committee, called on Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to launch a thorough investigation of issues raised by the case, including police misconduct, the use of confidential informants, arrest quotas, and the credibility of police officials." ...
 

MI: Gun Classes for Women, Sheriff Offers Training
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Women who wish to get a permit to carry a concealed weapon can now get the required training from the Wayne County Sheriff's office."

"The class is being held in partnership with Wayne County Community College, and is for women only."

"It will be held May 12th, From 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM."

"The first half of the class is classroom-based instruction at Wayne County Community College's Belleville campus. The class then moves to the Sheriff's indoor pistol range in Westland for the second half of the class."

"If you are interested it will cost you $125 for the class. Payment should be submitted in the form of a money order made out to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office." ...
 

TX: Off-Duty SWAT Officer Shoots McDonald's Robbery Suspect
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Investigators in northwest Harris County say an off-duty officer shot a robbery suspect on Thursday night.

Officials say the Houston Police SWAT officer was leaving a restaurant on Jones Road when people from the McDonald's next door ran out of the building saying they were being robbed.

The officer followed the suspect to his car and opened fire when the man threatened him with a gun.

The suspect was wounded but is expected to recover.
 

WI: Delivery man fights gun charge
Submitted by: Henry Statkowski

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"Pizza-delivery man Andres Vegas, who shot two people in seven months who were trying to rob him during deliveries, says the concealed-carry criminal charge against him ought to be tossed out for infringing on his constitutional rights."

"In a motion filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court this week, lawyers for Vegas - he is fighting a misdemeanor charge for carrying a concealed weapon - contended that the state's concealed-weapons statute can't fairly be used against him because his job with Mona Lisa Pizza takes him places where he needs the gun for security."

"'This prosecution functionally disallows Mr. Vegas' exercise of his constitutional rights to keep and bear arms for defense and security,' his attorneys ... wrote in the motion." ...
 

FL: Facts ignored in order to promote anti-gun agenda
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The letters being published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel regarding the tragic murder of students at Virginia Tech continue to demonstrate the anti-gun agenda of the newspaper, which was reinforced on Tuesday by its ludicrous cartoon concerning our precious Second Amendment."

"To those myopic writers who continue to scream for more and more firearm regulations, are they aware that we already have more than 20,000 restrictive laws on the books? Do they not realize that criminals and deranged people do not obey the law and will always have the means to get a weapon, whether it be a gun, knife or explosive device?" ...
 

WI: They should have been allowed guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The shooting at Virginia Tech thoroughly cements the necessity for law-abiding citizens to own and carry firearms. Had professors and students other than the shooter been carrying weapons, they might have lowered the death toll. Ironically, in 2006, Virginia Tech quashed a bill allowing handguns on campuses."

"The right to keep and bear arms is guaranteed by the Second Amendment; it may not be infringed or denied. I denounce attempts made by the federal government to require the registration of guns or ammunition by law-abiding citizens. ..." ...
 

CA: Popularity growing for cowboy mounted shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If this were the 1860s, the sight of a man on horseback wearing a Confederate Army uniform and brandishing a pistol would be sufficient cause for alarm."

"Except it's 2007, and Greg Garcia isn't a Confederate soldier. He just dresses up like one while competing in a rapidly growing equestrian sport called cowboy mounted shooting."

"'It's just an outfit, bro,' said Garcia, who lives in Half Moon Bay, Calif. 'But I am a rebel at heart.'"

"As its name implies, cowboy mounted shooting combines both horsemanship skills and shooting ability. Riders fire blank rounds from .45-caliber single-action revolvers at a sequence of balloon targets arranged in a specific pattern." ...
 

Somalia: Mayor of Mogadishu Bans Weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A former warlord who has long lived by his gun was sworn in as mayor of Mogadishu on Friday and immediately ordered residents of the Somali capital to get rid of their weapons."

"But Mayor Mohamed Dheere offered no clear details on how that could be accomplished in a city awash in Kalashnikov rifles, machine guns and hand grenades. Previous efforts to get residents to give up their weapons have been unsuccessful."

"'No weapons are allowed in the city,' Dheere, who spent 16 years as a warlord struggling for power in this Horn of Africa nation, said at his inauguration ceremony. 'Anyone who violates this directive will be punished.'"

"The new police chief, Abdi Qeybdiid, also called for residents to disarm Friday ..." ...
 

UK: Teen killer jailed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A teenage killer who gunned down a young father who dared stand up to him and his gang of hoodies has been jailed for a minimum of 25 years."

"Bradley Tucker, 18, was jailed today after being convicted for the shooting of Croydon-born Peter Woodhams, 22, on August 21 last year."

"The satellite engineer, who was working seven day weeks to provide for his family, died in the arms of his fiancee Jane Bowden in front of their three-year-old son Sam."

"The shooting was the final, tragic chapter in a seven-month campaign of intimidation that started with the gang pelting Mr Woodhams' car with stones." ...
 

UK: The British Way of Murder
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Britain is experiencing a spate of murders that suggests a population increasingly unable, or unwilling, to control itself. A recent survey suggested that the British are now more prone to knife-fights than any other people in Europe. Guns have also become fashionable, despite—or is it because of?—stringent laws against them. An emblematic recent murder was that of Krystal Hart, a pregnant 22 year-old, shot with two bullets in the head and then found in her apartment ..." ...

"Thirty minutes after the quarrel, the neighbor's associate, his ego no doubt bruised by something said in the dispute, returned with a gun, probably searching for the boyfriend. Instead, after kicking the door down, he shot Krystal Hart." ...
 

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