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MD: Departing Moose still can't profit from book?
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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"Leaving office may not be enough for Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose to shake ethics laws and profit from his book deal, officials here say."

"County ethics laws bar employees from not only profiting from the prestige of their office, but also from disclosing confidential government information."
 

MD: Cover photo of Moose shield peeves police
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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"Montgomery County police are furious that outgoing Chief Charles Moose used a photograph of himself wearing a black mourning band over his badge for the cover of his disputed new book about the Beltway sniper investigation he led."

"The head of the police union says the band was a 'shameless' ploy to gain sympathy with the rank-and-file, who resent the chief for withholding the physical descriptions of the sniper suspects from them during last October's manhunt."
 

MD: No Moose is Good Moose
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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"...a ruling from the ethics commission in March made it doubtful he would ever see the money as long as he remained police chief. The commission ruled, 'It is not in the best interest of the county to allow its employees to 'trade on' their government activities for private gain in such a direct and immediate fashion.' "

"Moose appealed to the county's Circuit Court and also filed a federal lawsuit claiming his First Amendment rights had been violated. Those lawsuits are likely to go forward because of questions over whether the book will reveal confidential information on the sniper investigation and whether he received any money before he resigned."
 

MD: About that gun crimes unit
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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"Flashback to Tuesday, March 18, Annapolis. Baltimore State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy boycotts a gun crimes conference hosted by Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. because his budget is short on money to pay for gun crimes prosecutors. 'I don't consider it a snub. I consider it sending a message,' she says as she lobbies lawmakers for the money."

"Fast forward to Wednesday, June 11, Annapolis. Ms. Jessamy joins Governor Ehrlich in announcing a federal grant to avert layoffs in her gun crimes team. They then criticize Baltimore's mayor for not providing city funds to staff the gun crime prosecutions. 'Maybe I haven't begged hard enough,' she says, of Mayor Martin O'Malley."
 

The shocking menace of satellite surveillance
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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"It takes just three satellites to blanket the world with detection capacity. Besides tracking a person's every action and relaying the data to a computer screen on earth, amazing powers of satellites include reading a person's mind, monitoring conversations, manipulating electronic instruments and physically assaulting someone with a laser beam. Remote reading of someone's mind through satellite technology is quite bizarre, yet it is being done; it is a reality at present, not a chimera from a futuristic dystopia! To those who might disbelieve my description of satellite surveillance, I'd simply cite a tried-and-true Roman proverb: Time reveals all things (tempus omnia revelat)..."
 

UK: So Solid rapper gets four years for having gun
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"A leading member of the garage act So Solid Crew has been jailed for four years after being found guilty of fleeing a suspected drugs deal with a loaded gun."

"Jason Joab Phillips, who carried the weapon out of 'bravado and the thrill of having it', took the modified Brocock into a West End premiere shortly before he and another band member were confronted by plainclothes police last November."
 

Philippines: Police major tagged in death of councilman
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"A barangay official was killed in a shooting incident that occurred inside a posh KTV bar here Wednesday midnight. His assailant? A police major."
 

TX: 'SWAT Style' Crooks Rob Houston Store
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
Website: http://profiles.yahoo.com/skypod

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"Officials hope the public can help catch two men who robbed a Deer Park gas station in what police described as a 'SWAT team' style. ... The men were dressed in camouflage and fully masked when they jumped over the counter and held the clerk at gunpoint during the robbery. ... The bandits were caught on surveillance video. Since the gunmen are completely covered, police hope someone will recognize a voice or name from the tape."
 

PA: Drug deal shooting by judge's son justified
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"The teenage son of a York County judge was acquitted of the most serious charges against him in the shooting of a suspected drug dealer last year in Springettsbury Township." ...

"Snyder, 18, of Manchester Township, was acquitted of attempted murder, aggravated assault and reckless endangering, but Feudale found him guilty of possession of a weapon by a minor." ...
 

UK: Gun amnesty ends
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"A month-long firearms amnesty has resulted in an estimated 20,000 weapons being handed in to police, the Home Office has said."

"More than 483,000 rounds of ammunition have also been taken out of circulation."
 

CT: "Potato Gun" Warning
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"Police in Connecticut are concerned about something called Potato Guns and they suspect they're becoming popular nationwide.
They are home-made cannons that kids are using to blast property."

"Stamford police say the guns are made from items available at any home improvement store."

"They are built to use for potatoes as projectiles, but the longer, six foot- plus guns can shoot bottles and rocks."

"Police say the teens are learning to make the guns from a website..."
 

WA: Gun recklessness should be a crime
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"One of the reasons commonly given for legislators repeatedly blocking a bill to punish adults for unsafe storage of firearms is that the existing reckless endangerment law is sufficient to protect children."

"We'll see."

"The test will come with the case of Amy Levitt, a Kirkland woman alleged to have been so careless with her .357 Magnum revolver that she didn't note its absence for two weeks and blithely accepted her 12-year-old son's denial that he had taken it."
 

OH: Gun bill follows Ohio Constitution
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"...The Repository’s support for some kind of concealed-carry legislation has been based on the Ohio Constitution, not on the issue of safety. The Ohio Constitution says:"

"The people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security; but standing armies, in time of peace, are dangerous to liberty, and shall not be kept up; and the military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power."
 

Canada: Lawsuit prompts Inuit to ignore gun law: feds
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"The federal government says Inuit aren't registering their guns because of NTI's lawsuit against the Firearms Act. On Wednesday, Nunavut Tunngavik presented statistics in court from the Canadian Firearms Centre showing few Inuit have complied with federal gun laws."

"They show close to 6,000 people in the territory have applied for gun licenses. NTI says that works out to about 25 to 40 per cent of Inuit."
 

OH: Gun lobby expresses opposition to Wolpert bill
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"Sportsmen and constitutional rights advocates are expressing opposition to proposed legislation that would allow heavily populated townships to place restrictions on gun use."

"State Rep. Larry Wolpert's House Bill 180 would allow so-called "urban" townships to set up gunfire-free zones." ...
 

Philippines: Guard faces gun raps
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"The City Prosecution Office (CPO) has filed before the Regional Trial Court (RTC) a case against a security guard who was arrested for carrying an unlicensed .357 caliber revolver last week. Chief City Prosecutor Raul Bendigo elevated the case before the RTC against Pedro Almonicar of Buhangin who was arrested by members of the Sta. Ana. Police Station after the authorities reportedly seized a gun in him at midnight of June 13." ...
 

Australia: Police to check home gun security
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"Due to an increase in break and enter offences involving the theft of guns from private homes, ...police will be inspecting residences to ensure guns are secure."

"Richmond local area command licensing supervisor Sergeant Steve Parry says inspections are not being used as an enforcement initiative, but as an education opportunity for firearms licence holders."

"Police will be making arrangements in coming weeks with gun licence holders for a suitable time to inspect firearms."
 

MD: Baltimore City Council Condemns Federal Gun Industry Immunity Bill
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"CeaseFire Maryland, formerly Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse, praised the Baltimore City Council and its President, Sheila Dixon, for passing a resolution roundly condemning the Senate bill, S 659, which would grant legal immunity to an industry that makes a product that kills over 200 Baltimore citizens and over 600 Marylanders each year. Resolution 03-1158 was passed at Monday's Council meeting. Baltimore joins New York City and Detroit in passing resolutions against this federal bill."
 

Australia: Gunman holds up restaurant
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"The owner of an Indian takeaway restaurant in Capalaba believes the thief who stole money from his till after brandishing a gun will strike again." ...

"It is lucky that I did what he said." ...
 

VA: Grant To Underwrite Advertising Campaign For Virginia Exile
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"State and federal law enforcement officials announced a $343,000 federal grant Thursday to promote the Virginia Exile program, which seeks to reduce handgun crimes by prosecuting violators under federal law."

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In other words, taxpayers fund more unconstitutional programs that violate their rights.
 

FL: Second Serial Rapist May Stalk Miami
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"A second serial rapist may be stalking the Miami area, police said, noting similarities in four sexual assaults over the past three months."

"Miami-Dade County police said the latest rape happened Wednesday, when a 37-year-old woman was attacked in her home."

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It's time for the women in Miami to take responsibility for their own safety and arm themselves.
 

OH: Senate goes round and round and back again
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry
Website: http://www.ohioccw.org

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"Over the past few months, OFCC has provided Senate committee members with a wealth of information which proved conclusively that added restrictions (the ones they just inserted) are absolutely not necessary, and in fact that many are unsafe. The Senate committee did not adopt a single suggestion or improvement made by OFCC. Yet, they adopted every conceivable amendment suggested by anti-self-defense extremists in our state, and most Senate Republicans concurred."
 

New Zealand: Bullets fired at girls' bedroom
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"Kaitlyn Pollard had plenty to tell her friends at school yesterday after waking up to find a bullet on her bed and more in her home's lounge."

"The Hastings youngster, and her brother and sister, were asleep when two boys fired about nine shots at their Hooper St home early yesterday."
 

CA: Shooting Occurs At Local High School
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NBC4 has learned that a student at Jefferson High School in Los Angeles was shot in the leg Thursday morning. The injury is not considered critical.

According to NBC4, the student had asked a fellow student for a pencil. When that student passed a backpack to the first student, that student reached into the backpack and accidentally discharged a firearm.

The owner of the backpack was taken into custody.

The student who was shot was taken to the hospital.
 

New Zealand: Police oppose bail for man over fake pistol
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"A 28-year-old man accused of pulling a fake gun on an officer in the foyer of the Tokoroa police station has been released on bail." ...

"He was allegedly armed with a replica Glock pistol which police and members of the public believed to be a real weapon." ...

"Despite police opposition, he was released on bail to Rotorua after appearing in the Tokoroa District Court yesterday."
 

CA: Alleged pot-growing operation found
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"A Nevada County narcotics unit busted what it described as a marijuana-growing operation inside a Coyote Street residence Tuesday." ...

"Lovato was also arrested on suspicion of having a firearm while committing a felony."

"Found at the home were a rifle, two shotguns and two handguns, including a loaded .45-caliber automatic, Evans said."

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Our Founding Fathers were also growers and firearm owners. They would have been in trouble in today's US.
 

Australia: Handgun buyback open to club shooters
Submitted by: Newlinks Admin

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"The Howard Government is set to help shooting club members quit the sport by buying back their legal weapons under a significant expansion of Australia's handgun buyback."

"The Courier-Mail has learned shooters will be paid for their handguns – legal or illegal – if they agree not to return to the sport for five years."
 

IL: Court Rejects More Of Gov. Ryan's Anti-Gun Sentencing Law
Submitted by: Newslinks

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"The Illinois Supreme Court today threw out charges against eleven people being prosecuted under a law imposing stricter sentences on criminals who use guns."

"This is the latest in a series of defeats for the '15-20-Life' law proposed by former Governor George Ryan."

"It required an extra 15 years in prison for criminals who carry guns, 20 years for firing a gun and 25-to-life for shooting someone."

"But the Supreme Court says major sections of the law are unconstitutional because it does not apply across the board. A criminal could end up doing more time for less serious crimes."
 

NY: Flushing man dealt guns to undercover police
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"A resident of Flushing's Pomonok Houses and his brother have been charged with illegally dealing shotguns, rifles and handguns to an undercover police officer, authorities announced last week." ...

" 'Selling firearms is a very dangerous crime,' Hynes said in a statement. 'These guns can very well end up in the hands of children or be used against police officers. What makes this case even more outrageous is that it was perpetuated by a city employee.' " ...
 

Canada: North-end homeowner shoots bear in family garage
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"A homeowner in the city’s north end shot a bear that had wandered into his garage Monday."

"City police were called that afternoon to two reports of bears in the north end of People’s Road."
 

PA: Guns protect innocent lives (Letter)
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"Have you ever spoken to anyone whose life or life of a loved one was saved by the presence or actual use of a firearm? Probably not, because if you had you’d hear them tell you that at the crucial moment in time the benefit of legally defending themselves with a firearm outweighed paying the ultimate cost of being carried by six and having someone explain to their children why Mommy or Daddy won’t ever be coming home again." ...
 

South Africa: Farmer shoots hostage-taker
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"A Fauresmith farmer shot down a young man moments after he emerged from the farmhouse holding a gun against the farmer's wife's head."

"The women had been held hostage and tortured for hours on the farm about 30km outside the town on Tuesday."

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And the government still wants to disarm the citizenry!
 

Canada: Safety education aim of Risk Watch
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"Kim Jaiko believes her Grade 1 students are smart enough to know about basic safety skills."

"With a new program, named Risk Watch, teachers will now have help teaching safety."

"The Risk Watch program is being introduced in communities across Ontario. It offers teachers a guide to explain fire and burn prevention, choking hazards, poison, how to avoid falls, firearm safety, bicycle rules, as well as water and motor vehicle safety."
 

CA: Juvenile who shot at robbers arrested and charged
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... "As the bandits fled the store, a juvenile who was inside, angry about the incidents, chased the two men into an adjacent field and drew a gun, firing one round at them as they fled."

"The robbers fired back momentarily, and then they fled."

"Detectives said the juvenile male was later arrested for negligent discharge of a firearm and booked into a county juvenile detention facility." ...
 

Why do Most gun owners think like gun grabbers?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Check out the NCCNGL web site and look at how many 'Participating Organizations' (link toward the bottom left) they have. We can't get gun owners to even think alike, let alone participate! We have to start asking some very pointed questions, here. What are we doing wrong? What could we be doing differently? Why would any American jump on the anti-gun bandwagon so quickly but the average gun owner won't do one thing to save his or her rights to equal out the 'teams' in the fight?"
 

OH: Taft to sign bill allowing concealed weapons - with ridiculous cop-pleasing restrictions
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"To win the neutrality of the highway patrol, and therefore the promise of [Gov. Bob] Taft’s signature, the Senate Judiciary on Criminal Justice Committee yesterday amended the [concealed weapons] bill to require that a gun carried in a car be kept in a holster in plain sight or securely stored in the glove compartment or a locked gun case."

"If the driver or a passenger in the car is under 18, the gun must be locked away."

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Protecting your children in your car is therefore banned.
 

FL: Cops shut down little girl’s lemonade stand
Submitted by: Bob Wolfley

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"A six-year-old girl was heartbroken when her small lemonade stand was put out of business because she didn’t have a temporary business permit. A neighbor called the police and her stand was shut down.

" 'I was kind of shocked because I didn't know we needed a permit for 6 year old girls to sell lemonade,' said K.C. Shaw, Abagail’s mom." ...

"Shaw said the police officers who shut down the stand felt terrible, but they had to do their job."

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The SS troops were only following orders too.
 

Libertarians commend jurors, judge for one-day sentence
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"A federal judge who handed down a one-day sentence to medical marijuana advocate Ed Rosenthal in California should be commended along with the jurors who pressured him to do so, Libertarians say. 'Judge Charles R. Breyer just gave every drug warrior in America a cold, hard slap in the face,' said Ron Crickenberger, political director of the Libertarian Party. 'If every judge displayed this much common sense, the government's war on sick and dying Americans could be over within weeks.' "
 

MI: 17 officers named as rogues in indictment
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"They dangled one man by his legs from a second-story window."

"They threatened to kill a woman if she told anyone about the way they were treating her."

"They stepped on the face of another woman with such force that they dislodged a tooth."

"Prosecutors say these were not the acts of neighborhood gang members, but of 17 rogue Detroit police officers charged in a federal indictment Thursday." ...

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Etc. See above title of this submission.
 

OH: HB12 Conference Committee Scheduled: 12 Noon Friday!
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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Ohioans For Concealed Carry has learned that the sponsor of House Bill 12 has announced a conference committee hearing will take place at 12:00 noon on Friday, June 20th.

This hearing will take place in room 110 in the Ohio Statehouse.

The Ohio House has not formally adopted this decision on the House Floor, but it is assumed that the decision will take place whenever they return from recess this evening.
 

Newspapers shoot down gun classifieds Houston Chronicle latest to adjust firearm-ad policy
Submitted by: Robert Lewis

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"Thanks to pressure from a group claiming it is concerned about the safety and well-being of citizens, a number of newspapers have opted to stop carrying classified advertising involving guns, much to the dismay of gun-rights advocates."

"The latest newspaper to cave to pressure from the National Campaign to Close the Newspaper Classified Ad Loophole, according to Editor & Publisher magazine, a newspaper industry publication, is the Houston Chronicle."
 

NY: Local venison program gets big boost from NRA
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Several months ago, I wrote about the success of the 2003 Friends of NRA banquet held in April in Fishkill. About 630 people attended the event, making it one of the most successful -- both in attendance and dollars raised -- in the United States."

"With that success comes good news for the 'Hunters Helping the Hungry' program in Dutchess County. Some of the funds raised that night in April will be used to purchase a new walk-in cooler for the 'Hunters' program."

"The venison donation program provides thousands of meals for needy individuals throughout the county. More than 150 deer were processed so far this year, yielding more than 4,000 pounds of venison. This venison is distributed to a number of food programs for the needy."
 

NY: More NYPD No-Knocks
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"Two weeks ago, Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields established a hot line beckoning victims of faulty no-knock raids. 'While I have heard of these situations, the reality is people in decision-making roles—the mayor, the police commissioner—don't get this,' she told the Voice. 'They don't hear it, they don't get it, and they don't believe it.' In fact, the mayor and police commissioner apologized for Spruill's death and claimed responsibility. Still, the barely advertised hot line received 110 responses in the first week. Resembling the backlash before the stop-and-frisk shake-ups of the '90s, these complaints indicate, at least anecdotally, that communities of color are experiencing harsh treatment from the police, this time behind their own doors."

"It also appears that the NYPD, the city's five district attorney's offices, and criminal judges may not be doing enough to prevent these botched raids. Until Spruill's death, the NYPD had done nothing to stem the number of incidents, despite receiving a memo from the Citizen's Complaint Review Board (CCRB) in January noting the high number of raid complaints. Last March, the NAACP also approached NYPD commissioner Raymond W. Kelly about the raids."
 

NY: Jail guard: I killed her
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"A former correction officer shot and killed the mother of his daughter after an argument over child support in which the woman refused to consider his financial problems, he said in a stunning videotaped confession played in Queens Supreme Court yesterday."

" 'I was very stressed, begging, 'Could you please show me some leniency,' Van Griffin told then-girlfriend Felicia Cosby in his confession just three hours after he shot her five times in the doorway of her South Jamaica home on Nov. 6, 2000."
 

UK: Pub terror as man drew gun
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"A Black Country man who 'terrified' drinkers in a crowded pub when he produced a handgun was given an 80-hour community punishment order by a court."
 

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