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Human Tracking
Submitted by: Liberty Belles
Website: http://www.libertybelles.org

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"RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is the latest concept for inventory tracking and control. It's a silicon chip that stores data and can also be used as a tracking device. ... It can be implanted into livestock and pets which can help ensure the return of an animal to its rightful owner. And, of course, RFID can be used to track humans."

"This technology is so handy, you can use it for almost everything. ... And we could prevent guns from getting into the wrong hands. By implanting a chip into a firearm that matches a chip implanted into the gun owner's hand, we can ensure that only the owner of that gun is able to fire the weapon."

"Of course, this could lead to the remote disabling of firearms in the future thereby rendering a firearm useless, even to its rightful owner. ..." ...
 

The Guardian
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As the 230th anniversary of the birth of our nation draws near, it's natural to think about our country: its origins, its ideals, and its current state."

"We all know that a well-trained but non-professional, unorganized militia had taken on the British -- the biggest superpower on earth at the time. This rabble of farmers, merchants, dockworkers, and others fought ... and they won."

"One of the primary reasons for their success lay in their arms. More than a decade later, this was not forgotten when the founders established the Bill of Rights, including the Second Amendment: the right to keep and bear arms."

"In honor of this Independence Day, please take a moment to download "The Guardian" at www.jpfo.org/guardianspeech.mp3. ..." ...
 

Using Both Hands
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Interstate 40 through Tennessee last week I saw this bumper sticker more than once: 'Gun Control Means Using BOTH Hands.' Deep in red-states America, I was the stranger in a strange land."

"I just don't happen to think that regulating gun sales will necessarily lead to a totalitarian state. So, I wasn't thinking guns today when I came upon a man and his pickup ... Behind him what looked like a butterfly net was stuck on a pole in the ground. And next to it stood a camera on a tri-pod."

"... I doubled back to see who this Nabokovian character might be. Not an entomologist at all, as it happened. The net was a wind sock. The camera turned out to be a spotting scope. And the focus of the man’s attention was his partly-disassembled, high-powered rifle. ..." ...
 

U.S. House Vote to Stop Enforcement of Federal Child Safety Lock Law Panders to Gun Lobby, Ignores Grave Risk to Children (VPC)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"'The vote yesterday by the U.S. House of Representatives to prohibit the enforcement of a new federal law that requires gun manufacturers and dealers to provide child safety locks or safe storage devices with all handguns makes it clear that Congress values the loyalty of the gun lobby more than the welfare of children,' Kristen Rand, Violence Policy Center legislative director, stated today. The amendment was attached to the fiscal year 2007 spending bill (H.R. 5672) for the Departments of Commerce, Justice and State-- which includes the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). The bill has yet to be considered in the Senate." ...
 

MA: Massachusetts High Court Rules That Homeowners Must Lock Up Their Guns, Says Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled today in Jupin v. Kask that homeowners must ensure that firearms in their homes are secured from theft, or they may be held liable for shootings with stolen guns. This is the first time that a court in Massachusetts has ruled that a homeowner may be liable for a shooting with a gun stolen from a home. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence submitted a friend of the court brief in this case, supporting liability for homeowners who fail to safely store their firearms."

"The case involved the May 10, 1999, shooting of Westminster Police Officer Lawrence M. Jupin ... The cabinet was locked but was made of particle board and could easily be disassembled with a screwdriver. Jason unscrewed the cabinet's lock and took the gun he used to kill Officer Jupin." ...
 

US group protests Vatican support for gun control
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An American Catholic group has issued a strong protest against Vatican support for gun-control efforts."

"The St. Gabriel Possenti Society, a Virginia-based organization devoted to protecting the individual's right to self-defense, criticized statements by Archbishop Celestino Migliore, the Holy See's representative at the UN, endorsing 'the promotion of disarmament' and calling for stiffer international controls on the sale and possession of firearms."

"John Snyder, the founder and chairman of the St. Gabriel Possenti Society, said the archbishop's words pointed to a 'terribly misguided secular political initiative.' He urged Catholics in the US to protest that initiative." ...
 

OH: 18-year-old carryout employee kills intruder
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"An 18-year-old carryout employee fatally shot one of two intruders who broke into the store ... early today, police said." ...

"Police declined to identify the store employee who shot Eric Ford."

"A release from police said the man fired in self defense, but Fulton said the Franklin County prosecutor's office would review the case to determine whether to pursue charges against the employee."

"He said the employee spent the night in the business, ... to clean and restock shelves ..."

"The burglars broke the lock off a security gate, then smashed the front door glass to enter the store."

"Fulton said it appears the employee came out of the office and fired a handgun when he was confronted by a masked man with a crow bar behind the store's counter."
 

NC: No charges in shooting death of shotgun-wielding man
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"No charges will be brought against a Winston-Salem homeowner who shot dead a man who had entered his home carrying a shotgun, District Attorney Tom Keith’s office said today."

"'I don’t think there was any question about whether charges were going to be filed,' said Jim O’Neill, an assistant district attorney."

"... Roger Ledford, 56, shot Lyndon Ball, 41, once in the chest from a few feet away, inside Ledford’s home ..." ...

"Ledford warned Ball not to come into his house and again told him to leave after Ball had shot the lock to a side door and kicked it in." ...

"As Ball tried to catch Armbruster, Ledford stepped in again, shooting Ball after Ball pointed a shotgun at him ..." ...
 

Day three at the UN gun ban conference
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Hearing Angola and Cambodia detail their plans for rounding up all the guns owned by civilians is kind of like hearing that the Dixie Chicks are writing a song about America. You just know something bad's going to happen in the end. ..."

"Angola, a country devastated by 24 years of civil war, is now in the process of making sure that citizens can never again revolt against the government. ..."

"Yes, the civil war in Angola was devastating. An estimated 500,000 people lost their lives. But let's be honest here. If there were any 'good guys' in the civil war, they didn't win. Our own State Department says in 2005 the country's human rights record 'remained poor and serious problems remained.' ..." ...
 

Day four at the UN gun ban conference
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It seems to be getting quiet at the United Nations. Oh, the delegates are still speaking, but on Thursday much of the discussion moved behind closed doors. It's funny, actually. Every anti-gun delegate or activist talks about the need for 'transparency' in firearms ownership, but those running the gun summit don’t seem that interested in transparency for what they’re doing."

"A few more countries gave their opening statements on Thursday. The representative from the Solomon Islands said, 'the commitment of the Government of Solomon Islands ... is so much so that it has even banned the selling of toys guns sold in shops including collecting licensed arms for the purposes of rooting out a gun culture from growing ...' ..." ...
 

Guns-rights threat in U.N. debate?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Over the July Fourth holiday, ironically enough, the United Nations is trying to sneak through a backdoor policy to take away Americans' constitutional right to own guns."

"That's the siren warning of the National Rifle Association ..."

"At the NRA's urging, tens of thousands of defiant letters and e-mails have flooded U.N. and U.S. officials. Representatives from countries from around the world are meeting this week and next to review worldwide efforts to stop the illegal global trade of small arms."

"Responding to the rampant rumor, the U.S. has repeatedly said in recent days that the conference at U.N. headquarters in New York deals with illegal trading of arms, not individual possession ..." ...
 

KS: Kansas Concealed Carry Law In Effect July 1
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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In addition to Independence Day, many Kansans might also be celebrating the Second Amendment this weekend, KMBC's Martin Augustine reported.

On Saturday, a new Kansas law allowing residents to carry a concealed gun goes into effect.

However, the state attorney general's office won't being issuing the necessary permit until Jan. 1, 2007, Augustine reported.

An applicant must be a United States citizen without a felony record, over 21, pass a background check and must complete eight hours of training classes.

Applicants may start taking the required training on July 1.
 

MS: Bad times ahead for burglars, smokers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Mississippi's new 'deadly force' law is similar to one enacted by Florida last year. It says a person who uses deadly force to protect his home, business or vehicle is presumed to have acted prudently and would be immune from civil liability. It prohibits civilians from claiming self-defense if deadly force is used against a law officer."

"State Sen. Gloria Williamson, D-Philadelphia, was among those who criticized the new law, saying it would allow people to shoot first and ask questions later."

"'We are sending the wrong message to our children about carrying guns,' Williamson said." ...
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Submitter's Note: 'Don't try to rob people with a gun' is the "wrong" message?
 

GA: Georgia's 'shoot first' law, others take effect this weekend
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Georgians will be free to use deadly force to defend themselves in public areas, under a new state law that takes effect Saturday."

"Backed by the National Rifle Association, the law essentially extends the 'castle doctrine' to sidewalks, parking lots and other public places. It makes it clear that a person can shoot first if they believe they are in imminent danger."

"Critics contend it's an invitation to violence and has echoes of the wild West." ...
 

MI: Lawmakers pass bill allowing deadly force
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Lawmakers have approved a package of bills strengthening the right of Michiganians to use deadly force in self-defense against thugs who break into their homes or threaten them on the street."

"The legislation, which Gov. Jennifer Granholm is prepared to sign following negotiations with the sponsors, is an attempt to remove confusion about whether someone who feels threatened should first try to escape. That wouldn't be required if the threatened person was in his home or on his property."

"This so-called 'castle doctrine' initially raised concerns among prosecutors, who said it also might be used as a defense by lawbreakers. Opponents also predicted the measures would lead to more gun violence." ...
 

MS: Mixed reviews as 'Castle' law goes into effect
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Two bullet holes in the aluminum door at Edward Blair's Jackson home are reminders of a bungled robbery in June 2004."

"Blair, a security guard at Wright's Security Services, works nights and was home asleep when a man tried to break into his house about 1 p.m."

"Blair fired three shots from a .38-caliber revolver, none of which injured the man, but were enough to send him running."

"Blair believes a new law that will give Mississippians broader rights to defend their homes, cars and businesses is good protection for law-abiding homeowners." ...

"But critics, who call the new law the 'Shoot-first law,' say it will not expand rights for law-abiding citizens ... Instead, opponents of the law say it will make it easier for criminals to claim self-defense." ...
 

KS: Concealed gun law raises interest, worry
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"While some Kansans are eager to get a license to carry a concealed gun, many businesses are anxious to get signs to prohibit guns on their premises, officials said Thursday."

"'When the law passed, we got hundreds and hundreds of calls from people asking, 'When can I get my concealed weapon?' said Mary Feighny, an assistant attorney general."

"Kevin Graham, also an assistant attorney general, said preparing for the law 'is definitely a learning and growing experience.'"

"The new law that will allow Kansans to get permits for concealed guns takes effect Saturday. But the first permits won’t be issued for six months, on Jan. 1, 2007." ...
 

NY: Gun suit targets commish
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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A Queens pistol-range owner busted last month as part of the city's anti-gun initiative sued Police Commissioner Ray Kelly yesterday, demanding the return of his clients' gun licenses, The Post has learned.

Michael Spallone, 43, co-owner of the Woodhaven Rifle & Pistol Range, was hit with a misdemeanor on May 24 for allegedly "delivering" a Glock-19 handgun to a civilian undercover investigator working for the city's corporation counsel.

The lawsuit claims the Queens District Attorney's Office has already indicated that it was considering dropping the criminal charges in the case - and says the "sting" was nothing but a mayoral publicity stunt, according to Spallone's lawyer, John Chambers.
 

VA: Homeland Boss Charged With Helping Falsify Immigration Documents
Submitted by: Tomahawk

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"A Department of Homeland Security supervisor is under arrest in Fairfax County for allegedly falsifying immigration documents. The 'Washington Post' says Robert Schofield was arrested as he came in to work at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office along Prosperity Avenue in Fairfax, Virginia. ... Court documents filed in the case raised questions about how people are cleared to work at Homeland Security, with Schofield allegedly fleeing the U.S. for East Asia several years ago, and charging 36-thousand-dollars on his government-issued credit card, after was demoted for an incident at what was then called the Immigration and Naturalization Service."
 

NY: Former NYPD Chief Bernard Kerik Pleads Guilty to Taking Gifts in Corruption Probe, No Jail Time
Submitted by: Tomahawk

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"A year and a half after his Homeland Security nomination sank over ethics questions, former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty Friday to charges of accepting tens of thousands of dollars in gifts while he was a top city official."

"Kerik was convicted on a pair of misdemeanors in a deal that spared him any jail time. He instead was ordered to pay $221,000 in fines at the 10-minute hearing."

"Kerik acknowledged accepting $165,000 worth of renovations on his Bronx apartment from a company attempting to do business with the city ... He also admitted failing to report a loan as required by city law."

"The plea bargain allows Kerik to continue his new career as a security consultant in the Middle East." ...
 

PA: State ordered to pay for troopers' lawsuit defense
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A union contract obligates the state to pay for lawyers to defend a state trooper sued for pointing a gun at a custodian during horseplay and another one accused of sexually harassing a co-worker, a state appeals court ruled Friday."

"The Commonwealth Court ruling involves two troopers whose alleged actions while on duty were, according to state police, 'repugnant to public policy or shock(ed) the conscience.'"

"The appeals ruling said arbitrators _ who in both cases ordered the state to pay for the troopers' legal defense _ acted properly because the union contract requires representation for cases involving on-the-job allegations." ...
 

UT: Trooper, Green River Mayor Charged In Shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A UHP trooper who is also the mayor of Green River has been charged with 2nd degree aggravated assault from a shooting in March."

"The shooting involving trooper Ed Bentley occurred after an armed robbery and car chase. The chase ended when the vehicle was stopped at milepost 258 on Highway 6 east of Wellington."

"The car’s driver, Audie Barnes, got out of the car and following police orders walked backwards with his hands in the air towards officers with no problem."

"The passenger John Gourno III followed the same directions, but Trooper Bentley, also the mayor of Green River shot him in the back with a rifle." ...
 

AZ: Wild West returns to Payson this Saturday and Sunday
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Mounted Shooters of America will once again turn the Payson Event Center into a scene out of the Old West."

"It all happens July 1 and 2 when MSA members from around the state gather to compete in mounted shootouts reminiscent of 1800s gunfights and Tom Mix movies."

"According to MSA President T.C. Thorstenson, mounted shooting is the fastest growing equestrian sport in America, attracting participants from all walks of life."

"In the competition ... entrants must ride their horses through a predetermined course firing two revolvers, one at a time, at a series of colored balloon targets."

"As quickly as the balloons burst, Payson teens -- hired by Thorstenson -- race into the arena to replace them." ...
 

IL: ISRA-PVF Kicks Off Jewel/Osco Boycott
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Thousands of law-abiding gun owners across Illinois will be changing their shopping routines this July in support of the ISRA- PVF's 'Say No to Jewel/Osco' campaign. The month-long boycott of Jewel/Osco comes in response to the company's donations to Chicago- area gun control groups."

"'We've received a lot of positive feedback since we first announced the boycott,' said ISRA-PVF Spokesman Richard Pearson. 'A lot of hunters and sportsmen are angry that Jewel/Osco would donate so generously to groups that want to take their guns away.'" ...
 

OR: Corporations drive policy (8th letter)
Submitted by: James A. Farmer

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"With American corporations, one thing is certain: Give 'em an inch and they'll take a mile." ...

"In firearms — same thing. By government edict, anyone could own a musket or a six-shooter. But the greedy corporations were not satisfied. By bribery and lobbying (same difference), they made it legal for any nut case to own assault rifles, Uzis, AK-47s and all manner of military weapons. By 1971 the United States led all industrialized nations in murders and homicides — by a gigantic margin."

"Thanks to the greedy weapons corporations and their lobbying friends, America gave the world scores of Charles Whitmans, Jeffrey Dahmers, Charles Mansons, Ted Bundys, John Gacys, Richard Specks and Tim McVeighs ..."
 

AR: Just say no if they come for your guns
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Regarding Wayne Duncan's letter warning of the intentions of the U.N. to ban firearm ownership by private individuals, although I share his concerns, I thought I would pass along my perspective on this matter, for what it's worth."

"To me, the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms was inserted into the Constitution as a guarantee to the people that we could always hold our government responsible, by force if necessary (in theory). It isn't there to make it easy for me to keep a deer rifle, or to go out and do some turkey hunting."

"Therefore, when I hear about all the 'government' efforts to take away that right, I assume, if that day ever comes, I will simply say, 'No.' Otherwise, what would be the point of having that right?" ...
 

OH: Shades of New Orleans in Ohio (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Residents of Valley View Ohio, as well as other areas stricken by recent flooding, have gotten a small taste of conditions following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans last year."

"NewsChannel5 reported that police are now trying to stop looters who are trying to take advantage of flood victims."

"Valley View's chief of police said that after the floodwaters receded, it was a free-for-all."

"Unline New Orleans, there was no attempt to disarm the victims of the flood and leave them defenseless."

"This story serves as a vivid reminder that disaster can strike anywhere, and that we must always be prepared. Canned food, bottled water, flashlights, and survival kits do you little good if they are taken from you by looters ..." ...
 

Canada: Heirlooms in weapons haul
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Tri-City residents turned in more than 120 firearms to police this month as part of the province-wide gun amnesty."

"By yesterday (Thursday), Coquitlam RCMP had collected about 90 guns, 2,000 rounds of ammunition, several bayonets and knives."

"And co-ordinator Const. Shaun Sanders was expecting more weapons to trickle in past today's deadline."

"The arsenal gathered from Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Anmore residents included a First World War German pistol from a man's grandfather who had served as a doctor for the Allies at Vimy Ridge." ...

"There were also a WWI revolver, a bayonet attached to a Second World War rifle, a Ruger Mini-14 rifle and a Colt Sporter Target AR-15 in .223 calibre." ...
 

UK: Knife Crime in Britain 'Spiralling Out of Control' (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The following quotes might seem like parody, but there were part of a June 30th news story from the BBC:"

"'The fact that there were 130 knife attacks in one month just appalls me and it proves that we are not doing enough.'[sic]"

"Lord Advocate of Scotland Lord Boyd QC has warned that anyone tempted to carry a knife in Scotland now faces automatic custody if caught." ...

"The gun-grabber paradise of Great Britain has experiences skyrocketing rates of violence after enacting a near complete ban on firearms. With most law abiding citizens disarmed, and strict laws in place prohibiting using deadly force for self-defense, criminals are now free to ply their trade without fear of reprisal from their victims." ...
 

UK: Teenager 'stabbed and slashed' in city centre attack
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A teenage boy was stabbed in the back and slashed across the face on a busy city centre street, police said today."

"The 15-year-old, from the south Manchester area, was attacked during a shopping trip on Sunday afternoon after he saw two men threatening another person."

"One of the men, who was armed with a knife, asked the teenager what he was looking at before following him and stabbing him as he lay cowering on the ground."

"The boy was taken to the Manchester Royal Infirmary for stitches and is now recovering at home." ...
 

UK: Head jailed for illegal arsenal
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"A primary school head teacher has been jailed for four years for possessing an illegal arsenal of guns and ammunition."

"Martin Wynn Davies, 58, from Wrexham, admitted illegally possessing 10 hand guns, two rifles and ammunition." ...

"Prosecutor Ed Beltrami said: 'He has been interested in guns since he was a boy. There's no suggestion any of the guns were used in criminal activity. There's no suggestion he's anything other than an enthusiast.'"

"But the court heard how the law existed to prevent even legally held guns falling into the wrong hands." ...
 

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