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UK: Demo against gun crime
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"More than 2,000 people were expected at a rally demanding an end to gun crime in Britain's inner cities."

"The demonstration in Birmingham city centre has been organised by the Black United Front."

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Anti-gun leftist radicals still don't "get it" regarding self-defense and rally for what's already proven not to work: more gun restrictions...
 

The Third Continental Congress
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"Originally convened in 1996, the Congress was the idea of former Michigan Militia Leader Norm Olson. After a few years of convening sessions without accomplishing anything of importance. The Congress slowly went out of existence and many splinter fraudulent Congress's sprang up. The first main problem of the Congress was that they did not have the support of the American people. This occurred because the ordinary citizen had no clue of its existence."...

"Remember this Congress is here for the citizens to actively protest our 'de facto' government for the restoration of the Constitution. We do not support any domestic terrorism or overthrow of the government." ...
 

AZ: Tucson - America's Gun Rights Heartland
Submitted by: Harold Hough

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"When Tucson's Sandy Froman makes the traditional move from first vice president to president of the National Rifle Association in 2005, she'll be the third Arizonan to take that top job in the last 20 years."
 

NH: Evil Gun Shoots Innocent Teen
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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[Original Title: Boy Shot While Playing With Gun]

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Police say a 14-year-old boy was wounded Sunday morning as he and two other boys were handling a loaded handgun in Langdon.

According to investigators, the three boys had spent the night at a home in the town, and were handling a nine-millimeter pistol when around ten o'clock the gun went off, wounding one boy in the shoulder.

The victim was flown to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for surgery. His condition is not known.
 

TX: San Antonio Taxpayers Want to Pay More to 'Reduce Crime'
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"The survey found that 70% of registered voters in San Antonio said yes when asked if they would be willing to pay $2.16 per month by increasing sales taxes by 1/8¢ [$0.00125] if the funds were earmarked for public safety improvements. ... crime commission officials, who are pushing for the crime tax, are pleased with the early results."
 

IL: Court Rules for Paper in Headline Libel Case
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"A headline standing alone on a front page is not libelous if the accompanying story published inside the paper is capable of 'innocent construction,' an Illinois appellate court ruled as it dismissed a defamation and false light accusation against the Chicago Sun-Times."

"...law has generally held that a headline is not defamatory if the story right below it can be read as non-defamatory. This was the first case that focused on a headline without any accompanying story."
 

Lawsuit Challenging Federal Campaign Finance Laws Moving to Supreme Court
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"The District Court decision was a slow, soft, pitch down the middle of the plate, and we hope to hit it out of the park on appeal to the Supreme Court."

"It took three federal judges five months to write 1,638 pages to justify how it was constitutional for Congress to control and criminalize public criticism of members of Congress."

"Each judge wrote a separate opinion. They agreed on less than they disagreed. The whole decision should be a red flag to the Supreme Court that something is very, very wrong with the campaign finance law."

"This situation is ideal for us, because our approach cuts through the fog and confusion. Better yet, the majority opinion on our part of the case is tailor-made for an effective appeal to the High Court."
 

The Quisling Effect - Government is not the only destroyer of freedom
Submitted by: Melissa (skypod)
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"We've all heard about the frog in the kettle. Turn the heat up under him gradually enough and he'll sit there until he boils to death. It's become the most common metaphor to describe our gradual loss of freedom."

"We never ask, 'Who's turning up the heat under us froggies?' because the answer is so obvious. It's government, of course. And it is."

"But there's something else that's causing the heat to rise and freedom to evaporate into air. It's going on in all three stories above and in daily life around us. Call it the Quisling Effect."
 

UK: Tony Martin refused leave "because of risk to burglars"
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"Tony Martin, the farmer who killed a criminal who broke into his house, has been denied a preparatory home visit before his release on parole next week because he is considered to be a 'danger to burglars'."

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Criminals continue to have more rights than subjects in the UK...
 

India: Shielding VIP's is fine, but why not nab the Brigand?
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"Once the drama ends, the government makes all sorts of promises, only to go back to sleep till the brigand strikes again. The general public is sick of this unending serial."

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(More) Proof that even VIP's surrounded by "armed to the teeth" security are still not safe from armed criminals...
 

UK: Teenager stabbed during mob clashes
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Close to 50 people were involved in overnight trouble in the North along the Irish Street area of Downpatrick.

A 17-year-old is presently recovering in hospital after being stabbed at the scene of rioting.

However, it is thought that his condition is not life threatening.

Officers faced attacks with bottles and stones as they battled to control clashes between the rival groups overnight.
 

Secret Extradition Treaty with UK Endangers Americans
Submitted by: Andy Barniskis
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"A new extradition treaty drawn up by the U.S. and British governments is causing alarm among lawyers concerned that it will be directed at Irish-American political activists."

"The treaty, dated March 31 of this year, is yet to be ratified and must be approved by the Senate. But attorneys familiar with the sometimes heated debate over extradition and deportation proceedings involving Irish citizens in the U.S. said they are fearful that an attempt will be made to win such approval just as the Senate is breaking up for the summer vacation. They also claim that the treaty will have a potentially chilling effect on activities linked to the political situation in Northern Ireland on the part of U.S. citizens."

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The Bush Administration, that recently stood up to mighty Belgium on matters of U.S. sovereignty, is strangely silent about this treaty.
 

UT: Policing the police
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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" 'Police are policing their own,' says Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, the state's top prosecutor and an outspoken member of the council."

"And they are tough, insists Shurtleff. 'The reputation of law enforcement is at stake here.' " ...

"Sex crimes and improprieties are by far the most common offenses for which peace officers in the state are publicly disciplined, making up nearly one-third of the cases brought before the POST Council."
 

AK: Girdwood hiker battles, races bears
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Armed only with a big stick Jeff Nissman last week waged a successful, hour-long, running battle with a black bear along the California Creek Trail in the Girdwood Valley."

"Over the course of the encounter, Nissman repeatedly clubbed the bear. That drove it back, but did not curb its interest. The bear, according to Nissman, refused to give up the chase until the man reached the regularly trafficked Crow Creek Road."

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Good thing he didn't have a gun, the bear might have been hurt! (end sarcasm)
 

Bucks influencing votes?
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"The Associated Press looked at six measures in the House - medical malpractice, class action lawsuits, overhauling bankruptcy laws, the energy bill, gun manufacturer lawsuits and overtime pay - and compared lawmakers' votes with the financial backing they received from interest groups supporting or opposing the legislation."
 

NY: Woodstock camp plan worries sportsmen
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"Some 30 people squeezed into the town offices on Thursday to comment on a local resident's plan to convert an old scout camp into a vacation spot. While some praised Clifford Lamm's proposal to build a year-round rental cabin complex on the 78-acre Glenford property, the majority - many of them members of the adjacent Wittenberg Sportsmen's Club - voiced concerns to the Woodstock Planning Board."
 

DE: Suspect shoots self in groin, flees
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"Three teenagers had to abort an attempted home invasion near Newport early Saturday when one of the assailants accidentally shot himself in the groin, New Castle County police said."

"Jonathan Rodriguez was in stable condition Saturday at Christiana Hospital from the single gunshot wound. Rodriguez shot himself as pounded on the door with the butt of a handgun, county police spokesman Officer 1st Class Trinidad Navarro said."

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Think of it as Darwinism in action.
 

Canada: Police 'pleased' after gun pulled from river
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Winnipeg police divers and RCMP divers recovered a firearm early yesterday afternoon while searching the Red River. The firearm is believed to be linked to two biker hits."

"Homicide investigators were led there through their ongoing investigation into the Kevin Tokarchuk revenge killing."

"Tokarchuk was found shot in the head on May 12, exactly one year after Hells Angels associate Trevor Savoie was gunned down. Tokarchuk's older brother, Daniel, is awaiting trial."
 

CA: Police seek ways to avoid firing gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Trained with high-tech video simulators and armed with an array of non-lethal devices from pepper spray to Tasers, police in San Jose and other California cities are among the most progressive in efforts to avoid using deadly force."

"But while police cite improvements, it's hard to say for sure how effective those efforts have been in reducing shootings by officers like the one in which a San Jose policeman fatally shot a young mother he thought was attacking him with a kitchen tool."
 

Japan: Police say cop lied to hide gun fowl up
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A 32-year-old police sergeant has confessed to falsely reporting being assaulted Monday by a gang in Totsuka Ward, Yokohama, to cover up his negligent discharge of his firearm, police said Friday."

"According to the Kanagawa prefectural police, Tsutomu Hirabayashi was on duty at the Totsuka Station Higashi-Exit police box that day when he received information around 7:30 p.m. that a person had been spotted acting suspiciously."

"When Hirabayashi arrived at the area where the suspect had been sighted, he drew his revolver, according to the police. While looking around, Hirabayashi was surprised by the sound of chickens flapping their wings when he shined his flashlight on their coop, and negligently discharged his sidearm, they added."
 

UK: 5,000 call for end to gun crime (Another report)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Up to 5,000 people gathered for a rally to highlight the rising level of gun crime in inner cities and called for community action to stop it."

"The Black United Front, which organised the famous Million Man March in Washington DC eight years ago, led the demonstration in Birmingham."

"Organiser Kofi Klu hoped the rally would put the issue of black-on-black killings under the spotlight and give publicity to community perspectives on possible solutions."
 

NH: Lawmaker detained at airport for having loaded gun in bag
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"An unidentified state representative was detained at Manchester Airport after security screeners found a loaded .38-caliber handgun in his carryon luggage."

"The lawmaker was detained after the discovery Friday, but was not arrested."

"The lawmaker had a permit to carry a concealed weapon in New Hampshire, but airport Director Kevin Dillon said state permits don’t authorize people to carry guns through a federal security checkpoint."
 

Australia: 'Gun-wielding' teen arrested
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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Police arrested a gun-toting teenager overnight after a chase through a western Sydney suburb.

Police noticed the teenager and two companions acting suspiciously in a car in a shopping centre carpark in Erskine Park at around 9pm (AEST) yesterday.

Police said when they approached, the 19-year-old Werrington Downs man tried to conceal a round of ammunition beneath his feet.

When police asked him to go to the rear of the car, he opened the passenger door and fled, allegedly carrying a gun, which they later found to be loaded.

The man was then found hiding in bushes in the area.
 

Arab FBI agent to sue over 'racism'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A high-ranking Arab-American FBI agent is taking the bureau to court, accusing it of racial discrimination for freezing him out of the September 11 investigation."

"The suit described agent Bassem Youssef as the only polygraph examiner qualified to conduct interviews in Arabic, with extensive experience and Middle Eastern contacts culled from his days with the FBI in Saudi Arabia."
 

Iraq: Diplomacy under threat of daily attacks
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"[T]he head of Australia's newly reopened diplomatic mission, [Neil] Mules is escorted by at least one Australian army light armoured vehicle each time he ventures into Baghdad's violent streets in his armoured BMW." ...

"When any of the Australian diplomats venture out of their hotel at night for dinner they are flanked by gun-carrying Australian soldiers who wait outside the restaurant, then escort the diplomats home."

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While Iraqi citizens are forcibly disarmed.
 

Jamaica: Deadly Mountain View Avenue
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In the deadly Mountain View Avenue area of eastern Kingston where 17 people have been slain since last month, residents are no longer embarrassed to admit they urinate on themselves each time the guns bark their deadly message of death and mayhem."

"At night, an eerie silence descends on the area and not even dogs would venture out, say long-standing residents, many of whom would leave now, if they had somewhere to go."

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But Jamaica has very strict gun laws!
 

New Zealand: Teen tried to hand over gun in bus drama
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The teenager at the centre of the Christchurch bus drama tried to hand his fake gun over to the driver just moments after threatening him."

"Police yesterday announced that the 17-year-old, who has been charged with threatening to kill and imitation firearm charges, did not hijack the bus and is unlikely to face further charges."
 

AK: Anglers still flood confluence waters for opportunity to catch red salmon
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"Bear activity at the confluence of the Kenai-Russian rivers remains high following last week's mauling. But it hasn't diminished the crowds at the popular angling destination. Combat fishing still reigns despite the potential danger from the resident bruin populations."

" 'I'm not nervous,' said John Mummert, a vacationer carrying a 12-gauge shotgun."

" 'This is Alaska,' Mummert said. 'You just grab a gun and go fishing.' "

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Unless it's a National Park; then you're bear fodder.
 

NH: Libertarians Seek State Takeover to Demonstrate Their Program
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"At the Rogers Campground in Lancaster [NH], about 50 people have come from all over to mingle, admire the view, and listen to speeches about the Free State Project. The series of events is called 'Escape to New Hampshire.' Texan Michael Badnarik, who's seeking the Libertarian nomination for president in 2004, thinks it's an appropriate title."

"I think the fact we have to escape implies we have let the federal government get way out of control," he said.
 

Australia: Pacific gun trade must be stopped: officials
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"The Australian led intervention force heading to the Solomon Islands has been urged to help to stop the flow of guns into the Solomon Islands from Bougainville."

"Although the full extent of the gun trade from Bougainville into the Solomons is unknown, senior figures in the western Solomons like former Solomon Islands secretary for Foreign Affairs Warren Paia, say the trade is real and understandable."
 

LA: Women report stun gun attacks
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"Lafayette police are urging extreme caution following reports of three separate attacks on women by a man wielding a stun gun."

"Two of the attacks occurred at Acadiana Mall and the third in downtown Lafayette."

"Detectives are not certain if the attacks are by the same man."
 

UK: Blinded girl calls for gun ban
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"A 17-year-old girl who lost the sight of her left eye after being struck in the face by a shot from a pellet gun today demanded the deadly replica guns be banned."

"Samantha Thompson, from the Parkhall area of Antrim, was helping her attacker's mother prepare birthday party celebrations on July 9 when the boy fired a shot from the air gun."
 

Italy: Mother charged with murder after pulling out of suicide pact
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"Ms Pringle told officers that she had agreed to help her daughter die and would then kill herself."

"But after pulling the trigger and killing her daughter, Ms. Pringle could not face shooting herself and instead called the carabinieri to the scene ..."

"Ms. Pringle, 65, is expected to appear before an investigating magistrate today in a bid to decide whether she should be released on bail or remanded in custody on a charge of murder and illegal possession of a firearm."
 

Revenge of the Bill of Rights
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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"Authoritarian-minded folks would argue that if citizens could do anything the government does, we'd have utter chaos. But libertarians know that it's government run amok, doing all sorts of things that citizens can't do, that causes the chaos. What was legal yesterday is illegal today. What wasn't regulated then is regulated now. What belongs to us can belong to the government whenever they wish to take it, under whatever pretext of legalized thievery they choose to invent. How can any of us make long-range plans in an atmosphere of government chaos?"
 

CA: Arnold for governor has makings of powerful candidate
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... "This is a man of substance with accomplishments in charity and business that would make him a formidable candidate for the state's highest office, even if his lack of political experience makes it difficult to guess what kind of governor he would ultimately be."

"If Schwarzenegger runs, Democrats won't be able to lay a finger on him with issues they've long used to demonize Republicans: abortion, gun control, gay rights, the environment." ...
 

Canada: Police seize firearms
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"Toronto Street residents were shocked to find police removing a huge collection of firearms from a neighbourhood house yesterday, but the raid turned out to be only precautionary."

"Sgt. Dave Black of the Winnipeg Police said police were simply investigating a domestic disturbance, and seized the weapons for safety reasons."
 

Some discontented Americans eyeing Canada
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... "Although each has distinct motives for packing up, they agree the United States is growing too conservative and believe Canada offers a more inclusive, less selfish society." ...

"For decades, even while nurturing close ties with the United States, Canadians have often chosen a different path - establishing universal health care, maintaining ties with Cuba, imposing tough gun-control laws." ...
 

Australia: Police hunt for Avoca car gunman
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"The search was continuing yesterday for a man who fired a shot through the window of a police car outside Avoca on Friday night, leaving an experienced officer visibly shaken." ...

"According to police, as the officer got out of his car, a man stepped out of the passenger side of the Commodore and fired a shot through the windscreen of the police car."
 

UK: Village shooting investigated
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"A 19-year-old man was being treated in hospital last night after a shooting in a South Wales village."

"Detectives investigating the incident yesterday closed off the village of Pontrhydyfen - the birthplace of actor Richard Burton."

"The armed incident happened at 3:20am on Saturday, a short distance from the house in which Burton grew up. A firearm was recovered from the scene."
 

CA: Bloody 12 Hours In Oakland; Four Murdered
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"Bullets took the lives of four people within a 12-hour period in Oakland this weekend, according to Sgt. Phil Green of the Oakland Police Department."

"Weary homicide detectives were foregoing sleep early Sunday as they tried to sort out the most recent of the shootings, which claimed two lives."
 

NJ: Out here, girls just wanna have guns
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"It was an otherwise quiet Saturday in the woods of Sussex County, when gunshots pierced the air. Again and again, all day long."

"Girls with guns, females with firearms, women with weapons -- anyway you put it, there were a lot of armed women in the woods yesterday, and most of them had never touched a gun before."

"Welcome to Cherry Ridge Range, northern New Jersey's largest rifle range, and backdrop for the annual 'Women's Day at the Range.' "
 

Philippines: Amnesty for firearms holders
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"Leaders of the Philippine National Police in Negros Occidental urged all holders of unregistered firearms to avail themselves of the amnesty being offered by the government."

"Senior Supt. Geary Barias, chief of the police Firearms and Explosives Division, said Malacañang has already approved the implementing rules and regulations of Executive Order 171, or the Firearms Amnesty Program."

 

Australia: Sleuth squad to hunt guns
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"A new police taskforce will buy illegal firearms in an attempt to catch key criminals behind Victoria's burgeoning gun black market."

"The Firearms Trafficking Crew, part of the Victoria Police Armed Offenders Squad, was set up on February 1 and is working undercover."
 

FBI Shredded in 9-11 Report
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"A congressional report into the failures leading to the events of Sept. 11, 2001, rips the FBI for not investigating al-Qaida's presence in America, especially in San Diego where two of the hijackers were living with an informant to the bureau, according to Newsweek magazine."
 

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