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FBI sharpshooter can be tried in Ruby Ridge slaying, court says
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"When federal officers violate the Constitution, either through malice or excessive zeal, they can be held accountable for violating the state's criminal laws" Judge Alex Kozinski wrote in the 6-5 decision.

Tragedy at work: 2 shots, two dead
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Seven times since October, police were called to the home of Sandy Robinson in Taylor. The last time was last month, when she told them her estranged husband violated a personal protection order by stalking her.~~

The police, by law, are not responsible for protecting a person and a restraining order is, after all, just a piece of paper.

Police shoot, kill standoff suspect
Submitted by: Ken Bach

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A gun-trafficking suspect noticed he was being followed by police and shot two of them. He then hid inside a store for 14 hours until police went in and took him out.

Philadelphia mother gets prison sentence in child's shooting accident
Submitted by: Jeff Rau

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The mother of a 6-year-old boy who shot and killed his 8-year-old sister after finding a gun kept under the woman's bed cried and begged for leniency as she was sentenced to up to seven years in prison for involuntary manslaughter.
She has 30 prior arrests including credit card fraud, theft, and robbery. Why isn't she still in prison for those offenses?

She also fits John Lott's profile of a gun owner whose child shoots someone.

Concord Police Sued for Taking Gun of Homeowner
Submitted by: Anonymous

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When Alec Costerus moved back to Massachusetts in March 1999, he heard there was a new law regarding handgun licenses.

So he innocently went to the Concord Police Department to inquire what he needed to do. He still held a Firearms Identification (FID) card which had no expiration date. But instead of being given the information on what to do, Costerus was immediately arrested by Sgt. Barry Neal and put in jail.

Surprise Assualt on Gun Owners
Submitted by: NSpiritOnly

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The gun-control lobby is on the warpath in a most surprising venue. A group called Doctors Against Handgun Injury is calling on doctors, including psychiatrists, to ask their patients nosy questions about their gun ownership.

Ahhh Doc, I just need them for people who get to nosey about the way I live my life!

Searches by police at airport stir questions about profiling
Submitted by: Duncan Adams

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Williams, a Los Angeles resident, consented to the questioning and allowed officers to look through her luggage. "It was just totally ridiculous," said
Williams, who is black. "They didn't find anything; they didn't even say, 'We're sorry, we made a mistake."

"Go to a lot of countries, and that is standard procedure," said Douglas M. Newlin, a cargo pilot who lives in Brownsburg. "It bothers me a little.... But I understand why they're doing it, and they're just following procedures."

Mr. and Mrs. America, turn 'em all in... Dianne Feinstein, CBS-TV's "60 Minutes, February 5, 1995.

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