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DUELING -- Have you ever defended your honor?
Submitted by: Bill Mayhue

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A very interesting and informative look at the history of dueling.
 

VA: Gun Owners A Major Force In Virginia Primaries
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Quote from Jeff Frederick:

"My soft-on-the-Second-Amendment opponent, although a Republican in name, attacked me in a fashion that would have been no different had Sarah Brady been his campaign spokeswoman. He attacked me on the gun issue, he did it hard, and he did it often. He then actually tried to scare all law-abiding citizens in the area with mail pieces about the "danger" of allowing armed people to be among us! He even called GOA an 'extremist and militia-esque' organization. Well, it is my distinct pleasure to inform you that his attacks backfired. The voters of the 52nd District did not fall for the incumbent's deceptions or fear-mongering, and it was the gun owners of Prince William County, among others, that put me over the top at the polls on Tuesday. Please believe me when I tell you that we sent a message on June 10th that has already been heard in Richmond. We as voters will NOT allow our constitutional rights to be limited, restricted or taken away by liberals in the General Assembly!"
 

VA: Smart Tag security questioned (follow-up)
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"The Virginia Department of Transportation does not require independent verification that it is releasing Smart Tag information to law enforcement officers making telephone requests for records."

"The agency also has no written policy on releasing information on Smart Tag use. The department says, however, that it is re-examining how it releases information to police officers to ensure proper security."

"Law enforcement agencies have obtained subpoenas for the state's electronic toll system records, but the department has also been making Smart Tag records available to police without a court order."
 

UK: Shot burglar to sue (Another Report)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A burglar who says he cannot enjoy sex after he was shot and injured by Tony Martin has won the right to sue the jailed farmer for damages."

"Brendon Fearon, 33, successfully asked a judge at Nottingham County Court to overturn an earlier decision that threw out his claim."

"Fearon will sue Martin for a reported £15,000 following his wounding during a break-in at the farmer's home in Emneth Hungate, Norfolk, in August 1999."
 

TN: 'Cat burglar' suspect shot, killed in home
Submitted by: David Waldrip

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"Memphis police say a prolific 'cat burglar' who had eluded capture since early March was shot and killed Friday inside a Hickory Hill home."

"David Ronald Washington, 44, was shot during a struggle with the homeowner, said Burglary Bureau Maj. Billy Garrett."
 

OH: Ohio ranks 6th in nation for bank robberies
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
Website: http://www.ofccpac.org

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"FBI crime statistics for 2002 show Ohio sixth highest in the nation, for the number of robberies of its financial institutions. The state ranked third in 2001."

"Toledo, with 41 holdups last year, was second only to Cincinnati among major Ohio cities, with 44. Cleveland had 35, Dayton, 27, and Columbus, 25. Already this year another 19 holdups have occurred in Toledo, three of them recently and in quick succession." ...

"They do have banks in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky. But they have something else too, which could likely be the reason for criminals' reason to see greener grass in Ohio: every state that borders Ohio has a concealed carry law, which allows law-abiding citizens to carry firearms for their own defense."
 

NY: No prison in burglar shooting
Submitted by: GUNED.COM
Website: http://guned.com

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"Manuel Falquez An Air Force serviceman who killed a burglar in his mother's Queens home won't go to prison after pleading guilty to a weapons charge yesterday. Manuel Falquez, 22, agreed to the deal after prosecutors said he was justified in shooting the burglar in the head in February with an unlicensed 9-mm. gun." ...

"The Feb. 18 incident occurred not long after his mother won $100,000 in the lottery. He was visiting her in Corona, Queens, when a man with a knife and a .38-caliber revolver slipped in through a balcony door. Falquez told the man, John Mejia, 36, to drop the weapons, but the burglar refused. Falquez shot him once, killing him instantly, cops said. The gun was not registered, and Falquez was hit with a weapons charge that could have landed him a year in prison."
 

OH: CCW bill to receive final Senate hearing
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
Website: http://www.ofccpac.org

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"House Bill 12 has been added to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Criminal Justice's agenda for invited testimony, possible amendments, and a possible vote out of committee on Tuesday, June 17 at 11:00 a.m. in Room 110, Second Floor, Senate Building. If necessary, the hearing may continue after session in the Senate Finance Hearing Room."

"The purpose for Tuesday's hearing for HB12 is, essentially, to publicly consider and vote on potential amendments to the bill as passed by the House, and to vote to pass the amended bill to the Senate floor."
 

Philippines: Swiss man nabbed for gun possession
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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Lawmen arrested a Swiss national at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) after he was caught illegally carrying a gun and ammunition in his bag, it was learned Wednesday.

Johann Gwender, 60, was arrested on Monday by Manila airport guards after an X-ray machine detected a target pistol, six rounds of ammunition and a tear gas spray in his traveling bag.

Local prosecutors were considering charges, the police report said.
 

NC: Durham's gun death rate above state's, nation
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"With a firearm death rate of 15 per 100,000 residents, Durham exceeds the national rate of 10.41 per 100,000 and the state average rate of 14.37."

"During 1999 and 2000, Durham County led the state in the number of juvenile gun deaths when eight children under 17 were shot and died, though in 2001, Mecklenburg County surpassed Durham County in that category."

"Most firearm deaths in the country and state are suicides, the research found. Of the 1,171 people who died of firearm injuries in N.C. in 1996, for example, 57 percent were suicides. But in Durham County, the majority of firearm deaths were homicides."

"Last year, 90 percent of the 30 homicides in Durham and 77 percent of robberies were committed with a firearm."
 

UK: Drug gang warning by Police
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"Yardie-style gangsters have spread their drug dealing and gun crime across the UK to such an extent that they now pose the biggest potential threat to policing after international terrorism, according to a senior Scotland Yard officer investigating shootings within the black community in London."
 

Iraq: Few Iraqis Meet the Deadline for Turning in Their Guns
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"A two-week weapons amnesty program designed to reduce the number of heavy armaments in the hands of Iraqis ended today with scant results. Nationwide, 123 pistols, 76 semiautomatic rifles and shotguns, 435 automatic rifles, 46 machine guns, 162 antitank rocket-propelled grenade launchers, 11 antiaircraft weapons and 381 hand grenades had been turned in as of this morning, according to the U.S. military. There seemed to be no last-minute rush."
 

CA: 2 suspected in stealing gun from Police car
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"Rohnert Park police are searching for two men suspected of breaking into a police officer's parked squad car early Friday morning and stealing numerous items, including a police baton, a walkie-talkie, pepper spray -- and a handgun."

"An early morning search for the suspects began at about 2:36 a.m. when officers received a report of shots fired near the Agilent Technologies campus on Valley House Drive, according to a police report."

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Another example of why the Brady background check does little other than to cast suspicion on every law-abiding citizen who wants to make a legal purchase.
 

IA: Gun control group looks into allegations of illegal auctions
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"An Iowa gun control advocacy group says it has asked federal authorities to look into its allegations that many Iowa consignment auction businesses illegally sell firearms without a license."

"Iowans for the Prevention of Gun Violence conducted a survey of 42 consignment auction businesses in Iowa. Out of 34 Iowa auction houses that sell firearms, only one is a licensed firearms dealer and nine others either involve a licensed dealer in their sales or require a permit from buyers, the group found."
 

300,000 M-14s destined for trash pile
Submitted by: FA18

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"A petition drive is underway to convince lawmakers to "civilianize" hundreds of thousands of M-14 military battle rifles so they can be legally sold by the government to the general public as a way to pay for the Iraq war."
 

AZ: A late-night chase, one fatality, whom to blame?
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Officer Valdez pleaded guilty to one count of reckless manslaughter, a class two felony, and was sentenced to five months in jail and four years of supervised probation."

"Four juveniles fled the green Lumina in the next town south and were apprehended almost immediately. The driver was charged with felony flight; another male, in the back seat, was held on an outstanding warrant. Two females were released."

"There are no winners here. The police must chase. Any other policy tells offenders there’s a free pass to criminality—just run for it. Red-light cameras will never help this problem. In this case, they managed only to protect the reputation of a dead man. That’s not much. But it’s not nothing, either."
 

FL: Three bodies found inside burning home near West Palm Beach
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"The bodies of Orbael Cuenca, 60, his wife, Jeannie Defree, 38, and an unidentified woman were found in the home Friday evening in Lantana, about nine miles south of West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach sheriff's office said in a Saturday release."

"The two dead women had been severely beaten. Autopsies were scheduled on the three burned bodies to determine exact causes of death."

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Pity. Especially when the headline could have read: "Predictable outcome of hammer versus .38".
 

NY: Program whets sportswomen's appetites
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Ten outdoors activities drew 52 women to the Erie County Conservation Society on Miller Avenue in Chaffee, the largest gathering in the Northeast, said Pat Thompson, Northeast director of National Wild Turkey Federation women's gatherings."
 

Senator aims at illegal guns
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"Illegal out-of-state guns are used to commit more crimes in New York state than in any other state in the country, and Sen. Charles Schumer is aiming to stop the deadly gunrunning."

"The New York Democrat was joined yesterday by five city police detectives in front of the Richmond County Courthouse in St. George, as he cited a new study by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms."
 

CA: Don't make a 'mockery of the law' (5 letters)
Submitted by: Tom Allison
Website: http://eternalvigilance.blogspot.com

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"Several recent incidents involving questionable behavior by San Joaquin County law enforcement
officers drew strong reactions from The Record's letter writers."

"Some of these letters have been excerpted."
 

UK: Two charged in relation to gun murder
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Two men have been charged in connection with the murder of a man shot dead as he slept beside his girlfriend in a north Belfast flat."

"A 37-year-old man has been charged with murdering David Barnes at the flat in Brookvale Avenue in March."

"And a 49-year-old man was charged with conspiracy to murder and incitement to murder. Both are due to appear before Belfast magistrates."
 

NM: Group Wants More Prosecutions In Gun Cases
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"New Mexico is among the vast majority of states that focus too narrowly on prosecutions of federal gun crimes, according to the Americans for Gun Safety Foundation. The group recently made public prosecution statistics it obtained from the Department of Justice." ...

"But New Mexico's U.S. Attorney David Iglesias said the statistics are being misconstrued. He said about 90 percent of the cases his office receives fall under the two common statutes."
 

The Tyranny of Federalism
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"I am not so sure that even fifty years ago the Tenth Amendment was not in jeopardy. I believe it was under assault from the very beginning as James Madison alluded to during the first Congress: 'If Congress can apply money indefinitely to the general welfare, and are the sole and supreme judges of the general welfare, they may take the care of religion into their own hands; they may establish teachers in every State, county and parish, and pay them out of the public Treasury; they may take into their own hands the education of children, establishing in like manner schools throughout the Union; they may undertake the regulation of all roads, other than post roads. In short, everything, from the highest object of State legislation, down to the most minute object of policy, would be thrown under the power of Congress; for every object I have mentioned would admit the application of money, and might be called, if Congress pleased, provisions for the general welfare.' "
 

AZ: Militia group to clean, not apprehend
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"A dispute between chapters of a civilian border militia may lead to cleaner deserts in southern Arizona."

"David Cheney, spokesman for the Arizona chapter of Texas-based Ranch Rescue, said his group no longer will patrol the border to look for illegal immigrants. Instead, members will clean up trash that immigrants leave behind as they enter the country from Mexico."
 

TX: Blinded teen warns of 'toy' gun's dangers
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"Two months ago, Daniel Berry looked forward to his 18th birthday and fulfilling his childhood aspiration to become an Air Force pilot."

"Now, his nights are filled with thoughts of seeing again." ...

"Berry, 17, was blinded April 13 in an accident with a potato gun, a homemade device that combines a long plastic tube or pipe with a propellant such as hair spray to fire projectiles several hundred feet. In this case, the projectile was a live frog."

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Funny he's not warning about the stupidity of looking down the barrel of any gun.
 

UT: Districts work out gun law
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The state's two largest school districts are working out the details of how to enforce a new Utah law allowing teachers to carry concealed weapons into classrooms."

"But a sticking point has emerged: Any use of a weapon on school grounds -- lawful or not -- likely wouldn't be covered by the schools' state insurance provider. Instead, the employee who brings the gun to school would be liable for its use."
 

Sniper Victims Join Lawsuit to Fight Gun Use
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"They found themselves linked only by fate and the random aim of a sniper's scope."

"But now, more and more of the victims of last fall's sniper shootings are coming together -- in a courtroom -- in a suit against the manufacturer and seller of the rifle used in the attacks. The growing list of victims and family members who have signed on to the lawsuit now stands at nine."
 

CO: Change in gun law has officials worried
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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" 'Yes, it is a concern we have,' said Breckenridge Town Manager Tim Gagen. 'Fortunately, our environment isn't as pressure-packed as some urban environments. But, you get one person who gets mad - gets a ticket or something - and they walk into the council auditorium ... it could happen. We've joked that we'd start carrying and lay our guns on the table at the beginning of the meeting just to let everyone know we have them.' "

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Funny, it doesn't happen anywhere else.
 

NJ: Probation officers rally outside court as gun law is challenged
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"Two probation officers leaving a convicted felon's apartment in Newark suddenly found themselves surrounded by drug dealers and staring down the barrel of a gun last April."

"A machete-wielding man greeted two other probation officers as they completed their field work in Asbury Park last summer." ...

"Dangerous working conditions, like those cited by Christie, were the concern of dozens of probation officers and other supporters who demonstrated yesterday outside a Trenton courthouse where a judge considered the constitutionality of a law that permits them to carry firearms."
 

UK: Cops nab gun raid suspects
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Two suspected armed robbers were arrested yesterday after a high-speed police chase across three counties.

The men sped off in a red BMW after a raid on a restaurant in Chipstead, Surrey.

They were pursued through Sussex and rammed their way through a roadblock of National Crime Squad cars - but were held after crashing in a lane at Wrotham Heath, Kent.

The NCS said the "highly dangerous" duo were suspected of several similar raids.
 

CA: Police officer investigated for firing gun after rock concert
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"A Santa Ana police officer is being investigated for allegedly firing his gun into the air while riding home on the freeway from a Los Angeles rock concert."

"Officer Derrick Watkins, who works as a gang investigator, is suspected of firing a handgun from a sports utility vehicle on the Gardena Freeway in Compton early on May 21 as he returned from a concert at the Staples Center featuring the bands Journey, Styx and REO Speedwagon."

"Also in the SUV were four Orange County prosecutors, a second Santa Ana officer, a criminal defense attorney and the wife of a prosecutor."
 

MD: Alderwoman seeking restrictions on toy guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"Alarmed that a 7-year-old allegedly held up a video store with a fake revolver, Alderwoman Cynthia A. Carter wants to crack down on toy guns in Annapolis."

"Mrs. Carter, D-Ward 6, plans on offering legislation before the City Council to restrict toy guns within city limits."
 

OH: The Evil Guns are killing again!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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Original title: Guns kill 1, hurt 1 in West End

"Two Friday the 13th shootings two blocks apart in the West End left one person dead and one person wounded."

"The fatal shooting occurred at the Parktown Café at 1726 Linn."

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The contrived title gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "smart guns."
 

MN: Scare Tactics [letters]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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Last two letters on page

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I was very disappointed by Gwendolyn Freed's presentation of undisputed facts in her June 12 article, "Gun law triggers workplace fear."

Early in the story, she cited a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health statistic on homicide being the second leading cause of workplace death. It is not until near the end of the story that we learn that three-quarters of these workplace shootings are robbery related.

A street punk shooting a liquor store clerk is certainly tragic. But anyone can see the difference between that and your cubicle-mate executing coworkers desk by desk.
 

New Zealand: Man arrested over firearm claim
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A man has been arrested at Auckland's North Shore Hospital after telling staff he had a firearm.

The man, who is believed to have been drunk at the time, went to the hospital early this morning, to visit a relative in intensive care.

Hospital spokeswoman Caroline Mackersey says he then told staff he had a firearm and wanted to put his relative out of pain.

Police were called, and arrested the man, who did not have a firearm with him.
 

Australia: 8000 guns targeted
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"About 8000 handguns will be removed from South Australian streets under a State Government crackdown."

"Handguns over .38 calibre will be banned from October 1 along with magazines that can hold 10 rounds or more."

"New laws will be introduced to prevent violent offenders from owning handguns as well as possessing a firearm in public. Gun dealers also will be subject to tougher screening."

"Police Minister Kevin Foley said the shake-up would make the streets safer from gun-related crime."

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Do they not get news from the UK in Australia?
 

Saudi Arabia: Saudis told to renew firearms licenses
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"The Saudi interior ministry on Sunday urged citizens to renew their firearm licenses, warning of penalties for those who fail to do so on time."

"Holders must renew their annual firearms licenses within three months of the expiration date or risk cancellation or a fine of 1,000 riyalsdollars)."
 

South Africa: Baffling shotgun murder at bus stop
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"Pretoria police were on Sunday puzzled by the murder of a Laudium man who was shot at a bus stop with his own shotgun."

"Captain Piletji Sebola said Faiz Ahmed Adams apparently stopped his car at a bus stop along Bengal Street on Saturday night."
 

UK: Pensioner shot dead in 'row with neighbor over garden hedge'
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"A man was under police guard in hospital last night after his pensioner neighbour was shot dead, apparently following a long-running dispute over a garden hedge."

"George Wilson, 66, was found at home with bullet wounds and died shortly after being taken to Lincoln County Hospital."
 

Patriot Act of 2001 casts wide net
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Long-sought details have begun to emerge from the Justice Department on how anti-terrorist provisions of the USA Patriot Act were applied in nonterror investigations, just as battle lines are being drawn on proposed new powers in a Patriot Act II."

"Overall, the policy now allows evidence to be used for prosecuting common criminals even when obtained under extraordinary anti-terrorism powers and information-sharing between intelligence agencies and the FBI."
 

Don't expand the Patriot Act
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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The U.S. Justice Department has not shown proper respect for individual liberties.


"To hear John Ashcroft tell it, the sweeping powers Congress granted to the Justice Department to fight terrorism in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks were not only necessary, but also not enough to do the job."

"When it comes to government power over people's private lives, there's apparently no such thing as excess in Ashcroft's world."
 

Graham quiet about his role on Patriot Act
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"When Sen. Bob Graham campaigned in Iowa last weekend, at least two Democratic activists complained that the USA Patriot Act threatened civil liberties. They asked what he planned to do about it."

"The Florida senator replied that he was unhappy with Attorney General John Ashcroft's implementation of the antiterrorism law, but Graham neglected to mention an important fact: He co-wrote it."
 

ME: Blue Hill Library joins alliance against USA Patriot Act
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"It's an odd alliance: librarians and civil libertarians, progressives and conservatives. What brings the diverse group of Blue Hill neighbors in common cause is opposition to the USA Patriot Act."
 

Government's efforts to thwart terrorism go too far, critics say
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Twenty-one months after the Sept. 11 attacks, civil liberties have become a battle in the U.S. war on terrorism."

"Saying American streets have become 'a war zone,' Attorney General John Ashcroft has vowed to use 'every legal means to detect, disrupt, and dismantle terrorist networks here and abroad before they strike.' "

"But limits on information and immigration, and curbs on certain people's due process and privacy, are proving to be part of the war's collateral damage."
 

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