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Canada: B.C. won't enforce federal gun law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"British Columbia has joined five other Canadian provinces that will not prosecute firearm owners for failing to register their guns as required under the contentious Firearms Act."

"Attorney General Geoff Plant said yesterday the firearms registry is an 'unmitigated disaster' and the province has made its views clear to the federal government. 'There are some offences in the Criminal Code that relate to failure to register. We will examine those on a case-by-case basis,' Plant said."
 

NY: Deputy resigns after gun stolen
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A missing gun in Albany County leads to a deputy's resignation and the arrest of a suspected prostitute."

"On Tuesday, a deputy sheriff reported his gun had disappeared from his personal car. The gun turned up later that night at the home of a 17-year-old Schenectady woman who had been solicited for sex earlier that day by that deputy."

"The sheriff won't release the name of the deputy, who has now resigned."
 

Canada: Stun gun solves moose crisis
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A RCMP officer had a chance to try out his new Taser on a gigantic and irate cow moose trying to protect its newborn calf stuck in the local conservation officer's backyard." ...

"The mother and son moose had wandered into the yard Wednesday afternoon. Mama moose was able to step over the fence, but the calf couldn't get over. The fence stood about head-high to the calf."
 

CT: Ballistics Fingerprinting Bill Dies In Waning Moments Of Session
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"A proposal to study the creation of a ballistics-fingerprinting database for new handguns died in the final hours of Connecticut's 2003 legislative session Wednesday."

"The Senate approved the measure last week, but the House of Representatives never called the bill for a vote before lawmakers adjourned at midnight. Gun-control advocates argued that a database could help police solve crimes by making it easier to trace guns to their original buyers, but gun rights groups and some forensics experts have questioned whether the technology works."
 

MN: Minnesota Catholic Dioceses Join Lawsuit Against Gun Law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The Lutheran church suing over Minnesota's new concealed-carry gun law has some company -- Minnesota's Catholic churches."

"The state's Catholic bishops voted on Wednesday to join the lawsuit by Edina Community Lutheran Church. The suit claims that it's unconstitutional for the state to require churches that want to ban guns to post signs and tell parishioners."

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If they read the Second Amendment the way they read the First, firearm carry would be mandatory.
 

WA: Schoolboy, 12, arrested after police find gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A 12-year-old boy at Alexander Graham Bell Elementary School was arrested yesterday after police found a loaded .357 Magnum revolver in his backpack."

"The boy, who lives with his mother and stepfather, was taken to the King County Juvenile Center in Seattle, where he could face a felony charge."

"The incident is the second in recent weeks involving schoolchildren with guns on campus." ...

"The boy said he carried the guns in his backpack 'to look cool,' Caldwell said."
 

TN: Petition for the Right to Keep And Bear Arms
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"Pursuant to the constitutional right to keep and bear arms, the Southern Independence Party [of Tennessee] has initiated a petition which calls for the Governor and legislature to formulate and pass legislation which will declare federal gun laws to be null and void here and illegal under the Constitution."
 

OH: Cincinnati's record pace of homicides slows
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"Cincinnati Police Chief Tom Streicher is crediting that city's tougher stance on criminals who use guns in the commission of their crimes for slowing what was a record pace of homicides this year."

"The program, known as Project Safe Neighborhoods, was created nearly two years ago in response to the city's most violent summer in decades."

"Streicher says the homicide numbers, while only a modest improvement over last year, are 'a tangible result' of the gun program."

"While we agree that these 'get tough on criminals' programs work (more to follow), it's hard to credit a program that's been in effect for two years, for a sudden, two-week decrease in homicides. Could there be a much-more likely, self-defense-related reason for the reprieve?"
 

Thailand: Gun-toting Thai student kills friend, wounds five
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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A 17-year-old Thai student shot dead a friend with a pistol and wounded five classmates at a school in southern Thailand on Friday, minutes after they lined up in the morning to sing the national anthem.

Police in Nakhon Si Thammarat province told Reuters that they arrested Anucha Boonkwan, who witnesses said fired a 9-mm pistol at classmates after learning that school officials were searching students for firearms.

Teachers said the student, who stole the pistol from his father, had earlier been involved in a conflict with a classmate who was among the wounded.
 

TX: Houston Mayor asks governor to veto gun bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Houston Mayor Lee Brown sent a letter to Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday, urging him to veto a bill that would strip the city of its ability to enforce a ban on legally concealed handguns from its facilities." ...

"Both City Hall and the Harris County Administration Building have signs at all entrances warning that weapons are barred. The city installed metal detectors at City Hall in 1998. A spokeswoman for the Building Services Department said the signs and detectors have served as a deterrent, and security guards have not had to confiscate any weapons."

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Heaven forbid you should actually trust your constituents.
 

OH: Gun program taking down crime
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Police and prosecutors say a program launched in 2001 to reduce gun violence is starting to put a dent in Cincinnati's crime rate."

"The program, known as Project Safe Neighborhoods, was created nearly two years ago in response to the city's most violent summer in decades."

"The goal was to use tough federal gun laws to hand down longer prison sentences to the city's worst criminals."

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Never mind the program undermines the 10th Amendment of the Constitution. It's all for the common good, right?
 

Pilots say TSA disrupting gun training
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Two pilots groups and key members of Congress are blasting the TSA for moves they fear could delay arming pilots."

"Last week, the TSA fired the head of the TSA academy. This week, the TSA revealed plans to move the training from GA to NM."

" 'It's one more bureaucratic disaster devised by those who want to make this more complex and expensive than it has to be,' said [the] head of the House aviation subcommittee. 'I don't know what their ulterior motive is, but it is very frustrating.' "
 

MN: County Governments Feel Their Way On Gun Law Rights, Restrictions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Minnesota counties and businesses are scrambling to learn their rights and modify policies following the enactment last week of the law that lets most residents get permits to carry concealed handguns."

"Ramsey County is one of several planning to ban guns on its property. County Board Chair Jim McDonough said the ordinance would make it a misdemeanor to carry a gun into county buildings, parks, beaches, ice arenas and libraries. McDonough said the county must protect the safety of its employees."

" 'I'm not anti-gun and I'm not anti-conceal and carry. I just don't agree that doing public business in a public building is a situation where their rights to carry a gun would outweigh the work of those people in those buildings,' McDonough said."

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And will this "gun rights advocate" explain how peaceable citizens carrying their weapons inside those buildings will in any way disrupt the work of or infringe on the rights of the people working there?
 

Air passenger rosters go to the Web
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"A federal Web site now under development by the Homeland Security Department’s Customs and Border Protection Bureau would securely receive mandatory passenger lists for international airline flights."
 

NY: Gun bust shot full of holes - Suspect working for NYPD
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"Law enforcement officials were red-faced yesterday after the feds busted a suspected gun trafficker who was working undercover for the NYPD and Queens district attorney, the Daily News has learned."
 

NY: Nab Freaky Zeeky shooting suspect in the Bronx
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"An ex-con wanted for allegedly shooting rapper Freaky Zeeky and killing the performer's bodyguard after a fender-bender outside a Manhattan club was captured by cops in the Bronx yesterday, police said." ...

"He has been on the run since the April 25 gunfire on a Chelsea street that left the rapper - whose real name is Ezekiel Jiles - with chest and stomach wounds and killed his bodyguard."

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Don't the anti's consistently tell us that this type of crime can be reduced with some "common sense" gun control legislation?
 

AZ: Forest Service Makes Gun Club Decision
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The Tucson Rod And Gun Club could again have a shooting range in Sabino Canyon if the club meets U-S Forest Service guidelines for safety and sound reductions.

The Tucson Rod and Gun Club's shooting range sits on forest service land. The club's permit was terminated in 1998. They have 6-months to apply for a new permit and provide an outline of how operators will meet forest service restrictions.

The decision could be overturned by the head of the U-S Forest Service.
 

CIA Developing Software to Scour Photos
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"The CIA is bankrolling efforts to improve technology designed to scour millions of digital photos or video clips for particular cars or street signs or even, some day, human faces."

"The innovative software from fledgling PiXlogic LLC of Los Altos, Calif., promises to help analysts make better use of the CIA's enormous electronic archives. Analysts also could be alerted whenever a helicopter or other targeted item appeared in a live video broadcast."

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CIA is bankrolling? How about the taxpayers bankrolling snoop software to enslave themselves.
 

DARPA awards TIA grants for research
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has approved more than two dozen grants for its controversial Terrorism Information Awareness data-mining program."

"The Electronic Privacy Information Center earlier this year made public documents about TIA research proposals that it had obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request."

"The documents included approval letters for 26 of 180 proposals submitted in response to a March 2002 request for proposals."
 

Better data sharing key to fighting terrorism, former CIA boss says
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Top-notch intelligence 'is truly a first line of defense' against terrorist attacks, and federal agencies must make greater efforts to collect, digest and share data, a former CIA director said today." ...

"For example, he said, thousands of state and local police officers have 'to be brought into a network so that a little clue here, of a person being arrested for speeding in Montana, can be tied in with a little clue over here of something going on that was nefarious.' "

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What happens when the software screws up (and it always does)? In this case it would turn in to a potential whack and stack.
 

MN: Judge issues restraining order in church challenge to gun law
Submitted by: Michael Lomker

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"A Hennepin County District Court judge has issued a restraining order, saying churches don't have to comply with parts of the new concealed carry gun law. The Edina Community Lutheran Church and several other religious organizations have filed a lawsuit against the state, contending it's unconstitutional for the state to require religious organizations to follow certain parts of the law in order to ban guns on their property. The judge, however, denied other parts of the church's complaint."
 

NY: Wal-Mart Settles Toy-Gun Case in New York
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"Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has agreed to pay $200,000 in a court settlement and abide by New York laws governing the sale of toy guns, state Attorney General Eliot Spitzer said Friday."

"The company had been accused of selling toy guns without some specific safeguards required by New York law. In addition to the federal requirement of an orange end piece on the toy gun barrel, state law requires a non-removable orange stripe along the end of the barrel."
 

Canada: Newfoundland may shun gun law: Grimes
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"Premier Roger Grimes said Newfoundland and Labrador may join other provinces in defying the federal government's new gun law."

"The governments of Manitoba and Nova Scotia are refusing to prosecute people who don't follow the new law by registering their guns."
 

MN: Majority of Burnsville City Council members seeks gun ban
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"With Minnesota’s concealed-carry law now in effect, some Burnsville City Council members want the same right to prohibit handguns on city property that private property owners have."

"They might also pass a resolution calling for repeal of the law."

"Meanwhile, city officials are also preparing a policy that would prohibit employees, contractors, consultants and volunteers from carrying guns on city property."
 

UK: Man shot during airport gun incident
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"A man has been injured in a shooting incident near Heathrow airport, police confirm."

"According to unconfirmed reports, armed police patrolling the airport exchanged gunfire with the occupants of a car after it failed to stop."

"The condition of the man is not yet known, says a Scotland Yard spokesman."
 

WA: Tacoma gun shop sold weapon to Jewish center shooter
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"The Tacoma gun shop where the Washington, D.C.-area sniper suspects obtained their Bushmaster rifle was also the source of a weapon found on Buford Furrow, a white supremacist who shot five people at a Jewish community center in California in 1999, federal records show." ...

"There's no indication the gun shop sold the weapon illegally."
 

UK: Man injured in Coleraine gun attack
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A man has sustained minor injuries in a gun attack at his home in Coleraine, Co Derry, last night.

The man was confronted by a masked attacker when he answered a knock on his front door on Hazelbank Road just after 11pm.

A second masked man subsequently appeared with a shotgun from the side of the house, but the occupant was able to shut the door before a shot was fired through it.

The two attackers fled the scene in a white car which was later found abandoned in nearby Aritclave.
 

UK: Gun seized in raid on city flat
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"Police have carried out their first armed raid during the Operation Harrier crime blitz."

"A shotgun and several cartridges were seized at the property in Hobart Square, off Hall Road, and a man and a woman were arrested."

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Looks like the criminals failed to take advantage of the gun amnesty. How is that possible?
 

UK: Net closes on gang who fired gun in bank raid
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"The net was closing last night on raiders who fired at unarmed gardaí during a bank robbery in Co Limerick yesterday."

"Gardaí, aided by an air support unit, last night recovered an undisclosed sum of cash and a shotgun in follow-up searches in the Kilmallock area."

"A forensic team will today examine a getaway jeep abandoned close to the scene, as a massive hunt continues, with armed gardaí manning checkpoints."
 

Canada: Former teacher sentenced for carrying loaded gun
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"A former high school mechanics teacher and Canadian Ranger caught carrying a loaded 9-mm handgun in the middle of the night was simply going to chat with a person he believed had robbed his house the night before, court heard Wednesday."

"Bruce Irons, 48, pleaded guilty to carrying a handgun for a purpose dangerous to the public peace, possession of a prohibited weapon without the proper carrying permit and two counts of breaching his bail conditions."
 

UK: Inquiry after gun found in prison
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"An investigation has been launched after a prisoner sweeping the yard at Chelmsford jail found a gun which had been thrown over the wire-covered fence."

"The starting pistol, which fires blanks, was stashed in a carrier bag and hurled into the 'sterile area' of the jail, the space between the inner and outer walls that is not open to prisoners."
 

UK: Three men shot in pub gun battle
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"Two rival gangs were involved in a shoot-out in a busy Southall pub injuring three men - one critically."

"Shots were heard in a function room at the back of the Glassy Junction pub in South Road shortly after 9.45pm on Monday."

"The shooting comes just weeks after a month-long national gun amnesty to reduce gun crime."
 

Batting for a gun-free America
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More obsequious drooling over "Bowling for Columbine" which didn't even merit the description of "documentary."
 

UK: Auctioneer fined after loaded gun injures violinist
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"An auctioneer was ordered to pay almost £24,000 after a violinist lost part of his finger when an antique gun went off in his showroom."

"Jonathan Phipps, 52, said his career was destroyed after the starting pistol he was examining discharged in his hand. The tip of the middle finger of his left hand was so badly damaged that it had to be amputated."
 

NY: Mother, Sons Charged With Beating Teacher Unconscious
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"Police say a mother and her two sons beat a teacher unconscious at school with a desk and a chair because she had suspended the younger boy."

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Do those count as "assault" weapons? Ban chairs and desks now!
 

Globalization is here - why fight it?
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"If I thought it would do any good I would be out there with all the rest, carrying signs and screaming as loud as I could. Even though the majority does not seem to rule anymore, we still must never cease to voice our opinions and let our leaders know that we are watching (at least a few of us are). Secret gatherings such as the annual Bilderberger meetings and summits with leaders of communist countries are not just social get-togethers. Neither are they discussing how peace and Democracy can be obtained with justice for all. Strategic planning for global-control is the order of the day."

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I for one think we must Always fight evil. The author is right - Global government is here already, but that is not reason to sit back and watch.
 

DARPA kick starts wearable computer initiative
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Technologists in and outside the Darpa program say the e-textiles area is rich with promise, but holds significant challenges. Hurdles include ramping up the performance capabilities of textiles to meet the wireless Internet dreams of consumers and redefining existing computing architectures to mesh with the capabilities of tomorrow's fabrics."
 

UK: Food machine kills man
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"A man of 79 was killed after a feeding machine at an NHS care home gave him FIVE TIMES the right amount of food."

"Nursing assistants saw stroke patient Thomas Towler become agitated, waving his arms around and trying to speak to them, an inquest heard."

"But they didn’t recognise anything was wrong and 90 minutes later a duty nurse found him lying in his own vomit at the Beech Hill Respite Unit in Sheffield."

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Socialized medicine strikes again.

Only the government can be trusted with guns.

Only the government can be trusted with health care.

Only the government can be trusted…
 

UT: State Says New Initiative Rules Are Fair
Submitted by: paul raynolds

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"New rules for citizen lawmaking do not unfairly burden initiative supporters, according to state attorneys."

"In fact, if gun-control advocates are having problems getting signatures, they only have themselves to blame."
 

Darpa puts thought into cognitive computing
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Brachman envisions an enduring personalized cognitive assistant that could learn to help around the office by observing and interacting with office workers." ...

"Sometimes an assistant will merely watch you and draw conclusions. Sometimes you have to tell a new person, 'Please don't do it this way' or 'From now on when I say X, you do Y,' so it's a combination of learning by example and by being guided."
 

MT: Inquest clears Whitefish man in trap club death
Submitted by: Rich Beamis

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A followup from yesterday.

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"The jury in a Granite County coroner's inquest Wednesday found the May 25 shooting death of Bret R. Chaussee at the Trout Creek Trap Club was not caused by criminal means."

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Apparently, even though the shotgun isn't defective, it's still an "accidental" shooting.
 

CA: Assembly bill takes aim at ammunition
Submitted by: Jim Sr

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"So-called 'sin taxes' are ones levied against activities that lawmakers have deemed costly or harmful to society, including smoking, drinking and gambling."

"Now, California gun enthusiasts say they fear being caught in the sin-tax net."

"A proposed Assembly bill would impose a 10-cent-per-round fee on all ammunition. AB 992, passed Wednesday by the Assembly Appropriations Committee, would raise money to help reimburse shooting victims and help pay their health-care costs."
 

When Conservatives AREN'T! An American Dynasty For The Demolition Of The Republic
Submitted by: Sean Glazier

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"Various sources report that President George W. Bush will have as much as $200 million in his campaign war chest for Election 2004. Americans apparently enjoy purchasing themselves an American Dynasty that will demolish the Republic, morph the Constitution into a 'living' document of varying meanings rather than an absolute standard of liberty for the people, and engage the United States in worldwide entangling alliances and wars against 'evil.' The Bush dynasty will do this at the expense of the American taxpayers who are contributing in various ways, including cash, to the president's war chest so he can continue to abolish the Republic and the personal liberty for which it stood. This is amazing, utterly unbelievable!"
 

Feds Say Martha Speech Was Crime
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Martha Stewart is accused of deliberately trying to inflate the stock of her own company — simply by declaring her innocence."

"Inserting an unusual twist into their indictment of the domestic diva, prosecutors charge that she committed a crime when she stood up in public last summer and denied engaging in insider trading."

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So much for presumption of innocence and the First Amendment.
 

OK: Bank's savior not licensed as armed guard
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"The security guard who shot a suspected Oklahoma City bank robber was not licensed to carry a firearm on the job, officials said Thursday." ...

"Asper, who has been lauded as a hero, may have been operating on the fringes of the law, said officials at the Oklahoma County district attorney's office and the state Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training."
 

Canada: Feds go after gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A former sergeant-at-arms in the Alberta Legislature has been charged with carrying an unregistered gun after a New Year's Day protest against the new federal firearms registry."

"Oscar Lacombe, 74, was charged by city police Wednesday with unauthorized possession of a firearm and carrying a weapon while attending a public meeting."
 

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