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SAF Lauds NJ Mayor for 'Blunt Honesty' in Exit From Bloomberg Group
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Applauding the blunt honesty of Oldmans Township, NJ Mayor Harry Moore in his resignation letter to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun Mayors Against Illegal Guns, the Second Amendment Foundation today said Moore's candor should be an inspiration to everyone who opposes political demagoguery. Mr. Moore is the sixth mayor to quit the coalition."

"'Regrettably,' Moore wrote in his letter to Bloomberg, 'it has become abundantly clear to me that you are using this coalition of mayors to advance a hidden agenda of bringing lawsuits against members of the firearms industry and spreading anti-gun propaganda.' ..." ...
 

The Castle Doctrine
Submitted by: Jennifer Freeman
Website: http://www.libertybelles.org

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"Since before the birth of this nation, Americans had firearms in the home. Today, firearm ownership by private citizens accounts for over 2.5 million acts of self defense every year. In most cases, the gun is never fired and no blood is shed. Such incidences are regularly documented in newspapers across the country."

"While a criminal may be taking a risk by breaking and entering an armed home, the homeowner may also be taking a risk by shooting the invader even if the homeowner felt that her life was in imminent danger. Many states have laws requiring the homeowner to retreat first." ...
 

Pennsylvania Case Reveals How McCarthy Bill Could Threaten All Gun Owners (GOA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Newspapers last month reported that Horatio Miller allegedly said that it could be 'worse than Virginia Tech' if someone broke into his car, because there were guns there. ... Miller was arrested, but not charged with anything."

"... Miller was a concealed carry permit holder who, as such, had passed vigorous background checks ..."

"Regardless, the county district attorney did not like what he had said, so, according to the Harrisburg Patriot News on June 20, 'I contacted the sheriff and had his license to carry a firearm revoked. And I asked police to commit him under Section 302 of the mental health procedures act and that was done. He is now ineligible to possess firearms [for life] because he was committed involuntarily.'" ...
 

CNSNews.com Readers: Publishing Names of CCW License Holders Irresponsible (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Cybercast News Service's coverage of the privacy-invading actions by The Sandusky Register, and the response by gun rights groups in Ohio, has shined a national spotlight on this problem."

"CNSNews.com has now published a series of excellent letters written in response to their initial coverage." ...

"'The most serious outcome of this outrageous publishing of gun owners' names and addresses is the 'road map' this provides criminals who now know where to break in and steal weapons. Easily traceable stolen registered firearms that result in crime from this article could perhaps result in Matt Westerhold, the publisher, being indicted as an accomplice to any resultant felonies. ..." ...
 

John Rosenthal Admits to Violating Federal Gun Law
Submitted by: Red's Trading Post
Website: http://www.redstradingpost.com

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"On Tuesday, July 10, 2007 John Rosenthal, of Stop Handgun Violence and American Hunters and Shooters Association, was a guest on WRKO 680 AM "Finneran's Forum" show. Rosenthal was on the show to discuss his organization's new political billboard slamming the National Rifle Association."

"During the show a reporter, Steve Bailey of the Boston Globe, explained how he and Rosenthal had attended a gun show in New Hampshire over a year ago. The trip was supposed to prove how easy it was for criminals to buy a handgun in New Hampshire. They actually found that it was not possible to do so without violating several laws."

"... When asked by the hosts of the show if he had committed a straw purchase, Rosenthal admitted that he had indeed conducted a straw purchase to prove a point." ...
 

Why Aren't Criminal Background Checks Required for All Gun Sales?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Did you know that there is no federal requirement for criminal background checks for all gun sales? As a gun owner and avid shooter, I believe in a strong second amendment. But in today's world, it's crazy to allow convicted criminals and suspected terrorists to be able to buy an unlimited number of easily concealable, high powered weapons from unlicensed arms dealers and at thousands of gun shows without even asking to see an ID or running a simple background check."

"More than 50 percent of guns sold in our country are sold by private, unlicensed arms dealers, but only federally licensed gun dealers are required to run background checks. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Yeah! Just ask David Bacon.
 

National Sheriffs' Association Joins Opposition To Tiahrt Restrictions (BCPGV)
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: HTTP://WWW.RPA-PAC.ORG

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"The leadership of the National Sheriffs’ Association has joined a letter from law enforcement leaders urging repeal of the Tiahrt Amendment, which severely limits law enforcement access to Federal data about guns recovered in crimes." ...
 

Seung-Hui Cho's bullets haven't stopped NRA agenda -- and the politicians who serve it
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On April 16, Seung-Hui Cho's bullets stopped 32 people in their tracks. But they haven't stopped the NRA's fast track agenda. If anything, they've accelerated it."

"Sure, the NRA worked with its Congressional enemies to draft legislation that would close Cho loopholes -- H.R. 2640, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System Improvement Amendments Act -- which passed the House in June. But it was a con job by the NRA's own admission."

"'In several ways this bill is better for gun owners than current law,' the NRA Web site assures its members. ..." ...
 

ID: Homeowner catches burglars, shoots one
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"One man spent his morning in a local hospital and another on the loose after police say a homeowner took the law into his own hands." ...

"Someone burglarized the homeowner's vehicles twice this last weekend. [Canyon County Sheriff's Sgt.] Ballard said the two men were being quiet and the homeowner noticed them creeping around his truck."

"He had caught them red handed, he took his shotgun and walked out of his house." ...

"The homeowner shot one of the men and called 9-1-1, the second man took off on foot heading east. Investigators are still trying to piece together what happened. No word yet if the homeowner could face criminal charges." ...
 

The Awful Price Of Not Being Prepared (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I know many of you reading this are CCW license holders like me. If so, you probably have friends and family who think you are a little paranoid, if not crazy, for carrying a firearm. Sometimes this is out of ignorance and sometimes it is because they are hoplophobes: those souls with an irrational fear of firearms. Either way I am sure those with their license will at some point encounter these folks and have this conversation. You will find yourself up against the 'sheep mindset'. They have a blind faith that all will be well, and if it is not the police will protect them. This wall built of obtuse bricks can be rather difficult to breach. The way to go about it is logic." ...
 

TN: Hickory Hill Murder Leaves Many Questions
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"Apparently 24 year old Atarah Griffin knew something bad was about to happen to her. The mother of two had taken steps to protect herself, but as her murder suggests, it may have been too little, too late." ...

"We suspect they are looking for Griffin's boyfriend. I learned she had recently applied for a protective order against someone, an application which is still pending in division 25 of criminal court." ...

"Unfortunately there's not much known about that protective order Griffin sought. Such applications are only open to scrutiny with a court order."
 

TX: Texas State Lawmaker Opposing Deadly Force Bill Shoots Would-Be Thief (follow-up)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A state lawmaker who opposed a bill giving Texans stronger right to defend themselves with deadly force pulled a gun and shot a man he says was trying to steal copper wiring from a construction site, police said Monday." ...

"Police said Miles, who is in his freshman term, is licensed to carry a concealed weapon. No charges have been filed against Miles, Senties said."

"Miles, a Democrat, voted against a bill that gives Texans stronger legal right to defend themselves with deadly force in their homes, vehicles, and workplaces. The so-called 'castle doctrine,' passed by the Legislature this year, states that a person has no duty to retreat from an intruder before using deadly force. The law goes into effect Sept. 1."
 

FL: Laws governing use of deadly force in self-defense cases confuse courts
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Norman Borden fought back twice - once against three assailants on the street, then again in a courtroom where he was charged with murder for killing two of them."

"Borden, 44, was walking his dogs last year when three men in a Jeep tried to run him down. He pulled a gun and shot five times through the windshield, then moved to the side of the vehicle and fired nine more rounds."

"He thought the shooting was self-defense, but a prosecutor put him on trial in the deaths, despite a new Florida law that grants wide latitude to people using deadly force to protect themselves."

"The case highlights the confusion surrounding so-called 'stand-your-ground' laws ... The laws have perplexed judges and prosecutors ..." ...
 

NE: Nebraskans Sign Up To Carry Concealed Weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"For six months now, Nebraskans have been able to legally carry concealed weapons. It's a lengthy process to get a permit. But now that it's an option, how many people actually want a gun at their side?"

"Gene Tyson of Norfolk not only fought to get the Concealed-Carry law passed during his eight years in the Nebraska Legislature, he's now one of the many with a permit to carry a concealed gun."

"Gene ... says, 'It's my belief that people are going to have to be ultimately responsible for their own safety.'"

"Although Tyson says the odds you'll need to use that gun are slim, the law gives permit holders the option. Joining more than 40 other states with similar laws in place. But with any weapon comes great responsibility." ...
 

Mayor Heads to D.C. To Talk Traffic, Guns
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"Mayor Bloomberg will be in Washington today in a last-ditch attempt to lobby for his traffic tax plan and to push for increased gun control measures." ...

"The mayor's gun-control push follows yesterday's shooting of two New York City police officers in Brooklyn. During an appearance at Kings County Medical Center, Mr. Bloomberg said: 'At the very least, the terrible events of this morning are proof once again of that fundamental truth we have learnt again and again: guns, when they fall in the hands of the wrong people, have tragic consequences.'"

"The mayor will appear today with members of his coalition along with police officials and members of Congress, his office said." ...
 

NY: Amicone Joins Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition in Washington, Urging Congress to Repeal Tiahrt Amendment
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"Yonkers Mayor Phil Amicone and Police Commissioner Edmund Hartnett joined mayors and police commissioners from across the country in Washington today to urge members of Congress to repeal the Tiahrt Amendment, a regulation that blocks local law enforcement from tracing illegal firearms back to their original dealers. The lobbying effort was organized by Mayors Against Illegal Guns, a nationwide bipartisan coalition of more than 225 mayors—of which Amicone is a founding member—dedicated to stopping the influx of illegal firearms into America's cities." ...
 

PA: Self-defense issues worth pondering
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There was an interesting criminal case in Florida that could someday have relevance to Pennsylvanians."

"It has to do with clarifying a citizen's right to use deadly force to defend himself or herself from criminals without fear of prosecution or civil lawsuits, but in effect it might just make the issue cloudier."

"The question of when a person, even an officer of the law, is legally permitted to use force to protect himself or others from harm has always been a thorny issue. It depends on circumstances and fuzzy concepts such as the degree of the response in relation to the degree of the threat, the defender's 'reasonable belief' that his life or the lives of others were in jeopardy, and things of that sort." ...
 

IL: Illinois Governor, Victims’ Families, Advocates Urge Lawmakers To Take Action Against Assault Weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Illinois Governor Rod R. Blagojevich joined the families of gun violence victims, legislators, the Illinois Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and other gun safety advocates today to call on the Illinois General Assembly to pass a ban on the high capacity ammunition clips that are needed to operate assault weapons and make semi-automatic handguns more deadly."

"... the Governor urged the House of Representatives to support SB1007 which would ban the delivery, sale, purchase, or possession of ammunition clips that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The Governor also announced that he will call a special session so lawmakers can consider and pass the bill. The Illinois Senate already approved the legislation in May." ...
 

NJ: New Jersey senator targets toy guns
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"A New Jersey senator wants to make it illegal to sell or give to anyone under age 18 toy guns that look so realistic they can be mistaken for a real firearm."

"'The margin between a child's stupid mistake and a tragic ending is far too thin,' said Sen. Nicholas Scutari."

"Scutari, D-Union, introduced the proposal in late June and plans to push it when the Legislature reconvenes late this year. He said the bill stems from an incident in a Union Township where four students were suspended after bringing a cap gun to school." ...
 

NY: The brave and betrayed
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"Once again, the valor of the NYPD is writ large in blood. Once again, it is proven that there is no such thing as a routine tour of duty. Once again, the scourge of illegal weapons has inflicted a grievous toll on New York City."

"And they will be captured. Because they left their guns behind. ... And then, as the court system takes over, the men and women of the most successful police force on the globe will continue on patrol, facing needless, unconscionable danger because the Congress of the United States, in the grip of the National Rifle Association, refuses to enact even reasonable gun control measures or to permit enforcement of the statutes on the books. They have blood on their hands."
 

CA: S.F. committee approves gun-control measures
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The San Francisco Board of Supervisors' public safety committee today approved most of a package of gun-control measures introduced by Mayor Gavin Newsom in May."

"The committee sent to the full board measures that would require handguns to be kept in a locked container or disabled with a trigger lock; prohibit the possession or sale of firearms or ammunition on property controlled by the city and county; and require that licensed firearms dealers provide an inventory of their firearms to the Police Department every six months."

"The committee did not forward to the board the most controversial of the measures -- the creation of a local registry of gun offenders -- due to concerns about civil liberties. ..."
 

GA: Officer charged with stealing from Smyrna jail
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Smyrna police have arrested a jail detention officer and charged him with theft for allegedly stealing $600 in jail bonds."

"Officer Robert Harvey, a spokesman for the Smyrna Police Department, said the thefts occurred between February and June 2007. He said the investigation is continuing."

"Detention Officer Greg Allard, 45, of Douglasville, was fired and charged with felony theft and mistrust of government funds. He had worked for the city for two years."

"'Allard would collect bond money for people held at the jail, then provide receipts. Instead of depositing the money in the safe, Allard pocketed the cash,' Harvey said." ...
 

VA: Deal could clear gun charges against Henry County deputy
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A five-minute hearing in federal court this afternoon opened the way for former Henry County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Allen Burton to clear the charges against him and perhaps someday return to law enforcement."

"Caught up in last year's corruption scandal that has so far resulted in guilty pleas from 17 defendants, including former Sheriff Frank Cassell and nine of his officers, Burton was accused of possessing an illegal machine gun. But in court today, Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew Bassford said an arrangement had been reached that if Burton stayed out of trouble for a year, the charges would be dismissed." ...
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Submitter's Note: Isn't this the same charge that garnered Hollis Wayne Fincher 6 1/2 years?
 

VA: Former Portsmouth detective accused of 2 counts of assault
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A former detective who resigned from the Police Department last month has been charged with brandishing a firearm and two counts of assault."

"David L. Lodge, 32, was arrested on July 5. ..." ...

"Lodge's resignation came within weeks of allegations made against him."

"According to documents filed in court, Lodge threatened two men in separate incidents in June." ...

"According to the complaint, on June 15, Lodge threatened to break Cameron's cheekbone for asking to watch while Lodge searched his car. Cameron, who could not be reached for comment, said he did not give Lodge permission to search his car."

"Lodge was charged with assault in connection with the incident." ...
 

NY: Police Officer Charged In Dog Shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A Suffolk County police officer has been charged with animal cruelty for allegedly shooting a dog in the head.

The officer was off duty near his family's summer home when he shot a 3-year-old boxer named Zeus.

The officer said he was defending himself from an attack. But authorities said an investigation has yielded no evidence that the dog was going after the officer.

The dog had to be euthanized after being shot. The officer, who was also charged with discharging a firearm over a public highway, was released without bail. He has a follow-up court date on July 25.
 

NY: Queens Hospital Officer Charged with Having Child Porn
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A police officer at a Queens hospital has been charged with possessing and sharing child pornography.

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown says the defendant is an Elmhurst resident who works at the city-run Elmhurst Hospital Center.

He says the officer is accused of possessing on his home computer dozens of visual images of children involved in sexual acts and trading images over the Internet.

The defendant also works as an auxiliary police officer assigned to the NYPD's 115th Precinct.

He's being held pending arraignment today in Queens Criminal Court on charges of promoting a sexual performance by a child and possession of a sexual performance by a child. He faces up to seven years in prison if convicted.
 

Canada: Membership has privileges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Cops shouldn't investigate cops."

"If there's ever a case that hammers home that point it is the one involving Ian Bush who was shot dead in RCMP custody in northwestern British Columbia." ...

"The constable ... gave sworn testimony that Bush had been behind him trying to choke him to death when the fatal shot was fired."

"But Const. Joe Slemko, an Edmonton Police Service blood spatter expert, told the jury that it could not have happened that way. ..."

"'It is my opinion the version of Mr. Bush on Const. Koester's back choking him is not possible,' Slemko told the proceeding. 'Mr. Bush had to be under him.'" ...
 

Canada: OPP officer charged with sex assault
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There's a hush over the Northumberland OPP regarding charges of sexual assault and sexual interference against one of their own, Fernando Ham-Chi."

"Mr. Ham-Chi allegedly sexually assaulted a young woman on February 1 of this year."

"A publication ban is in place to protect the identity of the complainant."

"OPP Sergeant Brian Blimkie told the Cobourg Daily Star that Detective Tina Chalk is the lead investigator on the case, but that there is no official comment in respect to the case, and no releases will be issued. The Star was unable to speak with Detective Chalk."

"Further calls were met with refusals to comment." ...
 

MA: Stop Handgun Violence Unveils Dramatic Billboard in Massachusetts to Build Awareness for Background Checks for Gun Sales
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"Stop Handgun Violence, a non- profit organization dedicated to the prevention of gun violence, today unveiled its newest advertising campaign on the nation's largest billboard alongside the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston. The billboard was unveiled at a press conference featuring John Rosenthal, Founder and Chairman of Stop Handgun Violence, along with Mass. Lt. Governor Tim Murray; Mass. Public Safety Secretary Kevin Burke; Mass. State Police Commander Colonel Mark Delaney and Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis." ...

"The 252-foot billboard displays a fictitious ransom note designed using pasted-together letters that reads 'We have your President & Congress -NRA.' ..." ...
 

OH: Sandusky Register on Privacy: What's good for me not good for thee (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"During the last week of June, Sandusky Register Editor Matt Westerhold launched an all-out assault on the privacy and security of approximately 2,700 concealed handgun license holders in several Northern Ohio counties by publishing their private information ... In doing so, Editor Westerhold unilaterally made this information public record, despite the people of Ohio, through the General Assembly, deciding that this information is NOT public record."

"... Westerhold claimed he did it 'in the public interest', attempting to paint his actions as an exercise in legal 'free speech' ..."

"But when it comes to Editor Westerhold's views on free speech and public records, the two weeks following ... have been extremely enlightening."
 

CO: Babes and bullets: Women gather for shooting camp, compete in challenge
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"They stand with their feet square, knees slightly bent and hands up ready to draw. 'Load and make ready,' Kay Miculek, instructor and nine-time national action pistol champion, shouts. 'Stand by.' Then, with the loud beep of the timer, rounds are unloaded towards steel targets."

"Thousands of rounds of ammunition were discharged from the barrels of 9 mm to .45-caliber pistols at the San Juan Shooting Range in Montrose Sunday, Monday and today during a camp that was held in conjunction with the Winchester Shooting Challenge. The action pistol handgun camp shooters were all women. Miculek founded 'Babes with Bullets,' several years ago after a number of champion women shooters wanted to work together to improve their skills. ..." ...
 

Shooter enters NRA field
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"What started as a way to protect herself while camping has become a full-blown passion for Gail Trueblood."

"She will compete in the National Rifle Association national championships this week."

"'It's their 100th anniversary and I really wanted to go,' she said. 'I'll be in the pistol championships.'"

"'They will have shooting competitions for all types of guns,' she added. 'It will be 4-6 weeks of shooting.'"

"The competition is at Camp Perry in Port Clinton, Ohio."
 

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