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UK: Gun cops' M8 drama
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Armed police brought traffic to a halt around part of the M8 in Glasgow last night.

They sealed off a section of Hillington Industrial Estate as they moved in to deal with an alleged abduction.

It is understood the incident began on Tuesday when a 30-year-old man was taken captive in the Stonehouse area of Lanarkshire.

A 32-year-old man is expected to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court tomorrow in connection with the incident.
 

NY: Deranged Rival Blows Away Pol (Another report)
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"City Councilman James Davis was shot to death inside City Hall yesterday - blown away by a political rival he escorted around metal detectors minutes earlier." ...

"Bloomberg said it was common practice for elected officials, including himself and Miller, to skirt the metal detectors at either end of the City Hall parking lot."

"But, in the wake of yesterday's security fiasco, the mayor said that everyone, without exception, will pass through the machines."
 

OH: Local Janitor arrested for gun possession
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A Hamilton County courthouse janitor has been indicted for allegedly taking a loaded gun to work.

Security officers said they found the gun when they searched Jason Cornelius, 26, last week, WLWT Eyewitness News 5 reported.

He reportedly told investigators he was a crime victim and had the gun for personal protection. Cornelius is charged with carrying a concealed weapon and illegal possession of a gun in a courthouse.

No other details are available.
 

UK: Gun attack at flat
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Two teenagers have escaped injury in an early morning shooting in County Londonderry."

"A 16-year-old boy and 17-year-old girl were inside a flat in Coleraine when a shot was fired through the door just after 1230 BST on Thursday."

"The incident happened after two men forced open a communal door at the block of flats in Rosemary Place."
 

AZ: Locals encourage gun safety
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"Tombstone residents say most locals are responsible and safe when using and carrying firearms, but they urge people to treat guns as tools and not toys."

"Herb Stanwood, an employee Cowboy Gun Store, can recall only one instance when guns weren't used safely in the city."
 

Who's taking whose rights?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Have you noticed that some of your friends and relations who perch on the extreme Left of the political see-saw are currently trembling with outrage and trepidation over some actions of the federal government which, they predict, could deprive us all of some precious Constitutional rights?"

"Only a few years ago, it was the folks on the outermost Right extremity who were anticipating some Constitutional rights being forcibly yanked from under them.
The difference is which Constitutional amendment is most important to them. Those on the Right worried about the Second Amendment mostly, with some smidgens of the Fourth thrown in (or out.)"
 

UK: Tony Martin to write book "My Right to Kill"
Submitted by: Mark Richardson
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"Tony Martin, the farmer jailed for shooting dead a teenage burglar is planning to write an autobiography called My Right To Kill, it was claimed yesterday."

"John McVicar, the former armed robber turned author, said he would be editing the book that Martin will write after his release from prison next week."
 

NY: Eight Hours Outdoors
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Her husband, Scott, has been an avid sportsman for many years, and their 12-year-old daughter, Amanda, went on her first turkey hunt in May." ...

"Building confidence is a goal of the 'Women Stepping Out' program, which is sponsored by the Onondaga County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs."
 

NY: 'Canned hunts' targeted
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Sportsmen and farmers are allies in a drive to get Gov. George Pataki to veto a state Legislature bill that would effectively bar licensed shooting preserves from offering paid hunts for elk, European red stags and other non-native big-game animals.

"The telephone and letter-writing campaign, backed by the New York State Conservation Council, the Farm Bureau and state members of the North American Deer Farming Association, is aimed at a bill adopted by the Senate and Assembly in mid-June."
 

OH: Abuse of Power: Growing concern about Ohio State Highway Patrol
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
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"In the span of time it took for it to be revealed that Ohio State Highway Patrol bureaucrats improperly used $41,000 of tax money to buy an antique car, and that action was necessary to suspend or fire no less than TEN troopers for violations of various laws and policies, ZERO troopers were killed by law-abiding citizens with concealed firearms."
 

UK: Machine gun lorry driver cleared
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A lorry driver caught with a haul of sub-machine guns in a truckload of frozen pizzas he was delivering to the UK has been cleared of possessing firearms by a court."

"Orzen Pucarin, 42, was stopped at Dover last November by customs officers."

"They found 30 Uzi guns, 29 silencers and 475 rounds of ammunition hidden in plastic bags in the spare tyre of the lorry, which was on its way to North Yorkshire."

"Mr. Pucarin, from Cutina in Croatia, claimed he had no idea the guns were there."
 

One victim every minute
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Many countries, from Brazil to Britain, are trying to cut violent crime by taking guns out of circulation, but the world is awash with more than 600m of them—and they continue killing almost 60 people an hour."

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Aside from the obviously biased slant of the first paragraph of this article, what does it tell you about the efficacy of gun control?
 

The End By Any Means
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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"So how is it that we can protect ourselves from evil power mad dictators and vengeful terrorists when our own government is becoming the very thing Americans say they despise?"

"It is the ends that truly justify the means. But the ends are just the opposite of what our leaders say they intended. Then why don't our leaders recognize this and reduce the damaging effects of far too much government encroachment in our lives."
 

UK: Crossed gun badges raise money for Tony Martin
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A charity backing Tony Martin has produced badges featuring the jailed farmer's face and two crossed guns to raise money."

"The design is based on a poster put up by a landowner with a picture of two crossed rifles and the words: 'Warning - This Property is Protected by Tony Martin Security Services.' "

The charity said the guns represented the desperation of Martin supporters in rural areas who claim a lack of police protection means they have had to take the law into their own hands.
 

PA: Fire inspector denies threatening to use gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The attorney for the township fire code inspector accused of threatening to gun down several township employees said Wednesday the accusations are false."

"Barry Kehler, a former Easton firefighter who retired in 1997, was arrested and charged Friday night with making terroristic threats."

"He was arraigned before District Justice Joseph Barner and released on $7,500 unsecured bail."
 

MN: Gun shop suing to stay in Minneapolis
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Mark Koscielski says he knows south Minneapolis as only a lifelong resident can. But now he knows the rest of Minneapolis with far more intimacy than he'd like."

"He and his business partner, Barbara Bergstrom, have driven the city twice, armed with $1,400 in customized zoning maps. They've spent up to a week at a time searching for a spot where they can operate a gun shop legally."

"They say they've found no feasible site, and on Wednesday they sued the city, charging that it is illegally and unconstitutionally trying to zone gun shops out of existence."
 

IL: Galyan's official makes case for long gun sales
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In stating the case for Galyan's to be allowed to sell rifles, shotguns and ammunition, Jim Lain, the company's regional vice president, said the sporting goods chain prides itself on the safety and security of firearms in its stores."

" 'We sell very high end product and we have the very high end safety and security process which goes above and beyond anything federal and local governments requirement,' he said."

"Lain said sales people must be at least 21 years old to work in the field and streams department, from which firearms are sold. The company supplies trigger locks free of charge that render the firearms useless at the time of their sale."

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Translation: We've caved to every ludicrous anti demand.
 

WA: Police pull officer's gun after report
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"Tacoma police have pulled an officer's gun and restricted his patrol car privileges after receiving a third-hand allegation accusing him of domestic violence, the department reported Wednesday."

"The 37-year-old patrol officer has been assigned to administrative duties while the Pierce County Sheriff's Department conducts a criminal and administrative investigation into the allegation, Tacoma police spokesman Jim Mattheis said."

"The officer's girlfriend and her two children received an emergency protection order against the officer Tuesday morning, Mattheis said."
 

UK: Concern over guns amid rise in sale of firearms
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"The number of legally held firearms in Scotland has risen over the past 12 months amid police warnings that bona fide weapons are continuing to fall into the wrong hands."

"Four days after a constable was critically wounded in a shotgun attack in a Glasgow police station, it has emerged there are now 60,599 legally held handguns in Scotland, an increase of 2.5 per cent."

"The latest figures reveal that, although fewer firearms certificates were issued last year, more guns were purchased by licensed owners than in 2001. The same Scottish Executive report has also revealed that the number of registered firearms dealers has risen for the first time since 1994, to 285."
 

CO: City Council considers guns inside City Hall
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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It is perfectly legal, but enough to take one's breath away. Earlier this month a man showed up at a Colorado Springs City Council meeting with a shotgun. Don Ortega did it as a protest. The gun was not loaded. He was back on Tuesday, again with the gun.

Now some city council members say they want to challenge new state gun laws that allow anyone to carry a gun. Security at Colorado Springs City Hall consists of cameras, two security guards and one police officer.

Councilman Jerry Heimlicher told News First, "We have people coming to council meetings wanting to talk to their elected officials...and they shouldn't feel intimidated with a person sitting there with a shotgun." Council members are considering restricting the open carry portion of the state gun law. They still support the right of people with permits to carry concealed weapons.

 

Guns, Gadgets & Hush-Hush Stuff At Security Expo
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Security is a growing business in post-9/11 America. Last year's Government Security Expo and Conference (mostly high tech) show was so successful with 175 exhibitors, organizers said, that they expanded it and added the 'U.S. Law Enforcement' show with its somewhat more nitty-gritty exhibits for the 'gun and badge' folks."

"The result is a huge, wondrous hodgepodge of (mostly) U.S. security ingenuity ranging from computer firewalls to enhanced remote monitoring to radiation measurement and protection devices, biometric fingerprint recognition boxes, encryption devices, mobile command posts, body armor, surveillance vests, super-locks for classified material, see-through-the-wall radar, see-into-the-gas-tank devices, motion detectors, a new type of chain-link fence you wouldn't believe -- even the right kind of footwear."
 

Germany: 'Gunman' was boy, 15, working on school film project
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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A gunman arrested at a German school turned out to be a 15-year-old pupil taking part in a film project.

Police in Aachen received an emergency call alerting them to a man dressed in black and carrying two guns.

Patrol cars were sent and officers found the 'man' about to climb over the school gate, pointing his guns at the empty school yard.

One officer managed to throw him onto the ground and overpower him and several other policemen helped to hold him down.

But the gunman turned out to be a 15-year-old pupil armed with toy pistols who was taking part in a film project.

Police cautioned the teachers in charge, who agreed not to film any further scenes involving guns.
 

NJ: Life in New Jersey
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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At the Ship Bottom Borough Council meeting this week, developer Richard Ghigliotty was asked to explain, for the benefit of the audience, a $20,000 contribution he had made to the borough.

Ghigliotty told how in order to build homes on a lot previously used as a boat marina, he came to an agreement with the state that he would give the borough that much so it could build a dock somewhere else.

"So, it's like a bribe?" asked former council candidate Betty Pickel, who was sitting next to him.

"Pretty much," replied Ghigliotty. "It's a bit of extortion. We all live in New Jersey and know how these things work."
 

Litigation Without Justification Is Tyranny
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In an increasingly unhinged world of litigation, courts have shown refreshing wisdom in rejecting the claims. As the Florida appellate court said in throwing out Miami-Dade County's suit, 'The judiciary is not empowered to 'enact' regulatory measures in the guise of injunctive relief. The power to legislate belongs not to the judicial branch of government but to the legislative branch.' Hijacking legislative power is, of course, what the mayors and their gun-control-activist comrades had in mind."

"The worst part of it all is the utter contempt that even top government officials have for due process. Clinton Cabinet member Andrew Cuomo threatened gun manufacturers with "death by a thousand cuts," a brazen reference to the strategy of bankrupting them with defense lawyers' fees. The mendacious litigants knew their end run around orderly lawmaking was not likely to succeed, and they forged ahead anyway."
 

MN: Gun owner tests megamall policy [5th story on page]
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Bruce Krafft went to the Mall of America on Wednesday shopping for a little attention."

"He got what he bargained for."

"Just after noon, the 41-year-old Maplewood man walked into the megamall with a 9mm semiautomatic pistol tucked into a shoulder holster, both in plain view. Customers and shopkeepers at the mall began phoning police about the man; the mall bans guns and posted signs after the state passed a law in May making it easier for Minnesotans to carry a handgun in public."
 

MN: Guard chief to retire; Governor's office confirms complaints made
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Minnesota's top military official said he plans to retire, and the governor's office later confirmed that complaints had been made against him."

"Maj. Gen. Andreotti informed Gov. Pawlenty on Wednesday that he wanted to retire."

"Pawlenty's spokesman wouldn't give details about the complaints against Andreotti."

" 'They are being investigated by this administration. The Attorney General's office has advised us that state law does not allow us to say more at this time,' Wolter said."
 

FAA most responsible for 9-11?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Despite a congressional panel investigating potential intelligence failures leading up to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks releasing a report today that points to mistakes made by the CIA and FBI, an aviation security consultant says it is the Federal Aviation Administration that should take most of the blame for the tragedy."
 

IRS compromises taxpayer privacy
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"Horton did not receive the mailing at his home in Portsmouth, R.I. Instead, ...he pulled it out of his postal box in the nearby city of Middletown, where he receives important mail. Then he noticed the package also was addressed to his wife, Josephine, who never received business mail at the box. There was only one exception to this rule: Horton and his wife both received their tax documents there from the Rhode Island Department of Revenue and the federal Internal Revenue Service, or IRS."
 

Fliers flood TSA with inspection gripes
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"The federal agency responsible for airport security is overwhelmed with passenger complaints about baggage, seven months after it began inspecting all checked bags for explosives." ...

"The TSA says it has received nearly 11,000 claims about damaged bags or lost property since January, when it began screening all checked baggage. Less than 4% — 385 — have been settled and for an average of $90 a claim. About 350 more are ready to be settled."
 

U.S. Sues 3 Businesses That Refuse to Withhold Taxes
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"Adopting a new tactic in pursuing businesses that refuse to withhold taxes from their employees' paychecks, the Justice Department filed three lawsuits yesterday asking federal judges to compel the withholding and inform workers about the actions."

"One of the business owners named in the suits said he would not comply with any such court order."
 

US names the day for biometric passports
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"A senior US government official has laid out detailed plans for the timing and form of US government issued biometric passports." ...

" 'Our goal is to begin production by October 26, 2004,' Moss announced."
 

Canada: Woman reports man tapped on window with gun
Submitted by: Mike Teague

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" 'It just felt like a really long time for the cops to get there,' said the woman, who called 911 on her cellphone and grabbed a large kitchen knife to protect herself. 'It just felt like eternity to know that someone was outside with a gun.' "

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Which would you prefer: waiting on the police to get there and protect you, or defending yourself immediately with a firearm against your assailant?

 

Americans to Test Supergun in Scotland
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"America is to test a new secret supergun at a defence base in Scotland."

"The electromagnetic gun (EM gun) will be tested at an experimental weapons range in Dumfriesshire."

"The US Department of Defense believes the range at Dundrennan, near Kirkcudbright, is the only suitable location to test the new supergun."
 

NY: How Does a Gun Get In? With a Wave
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"...'How does a gun get into City Hall?' ... a reporter on the edge of a media mob in front of City Hall brayed ...even before it had been established that Councilman James E. Davis of Brooklyn had been killed in the Council chamber, officials said, by a political opponent he had escorted into City Hall. Neither Mr. Davis nor his presumed assailant, Othniel Askew, went through the metal detector, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg told the public. Others routinely avoided the machines, too, he said."
 

Africa: Poor Gun Laws Spur On Criminals
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"Outdated firearm control laws in Southern Africa are contributing to the proliferation of illegal guns in the region, a recent study claims."

"The study entitled The Law of the Gun: An audit of firearms legislation in the SADC region was conducted by local NGO SaferAfrica in cooperation with the London-based Saferworld. The study found that most Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states have dangerously inadequate gun-control laws."

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NY: Authorities: Man uses officer's gun to commit suicide
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"A police officer disarmed a suicidal, knife-wielding man, but the man then grabbed the officer's gun and used it to kill himself, authorities said." ...

"Chief Ronald Winkley said the officer got the knife away from the man, but then was attacked. The man wrestled the officer's gun away from him and shot himself."
 

CO: Shotgun-carrying man prompts second look at Colorado Springs gun ordinance
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"Don Ortega did not break any laws when he brought the shotgun to the building. He hasn't threatened anyone and did not hold the gun when he spoke to the council. But his actions have intimidated some staffers and city residents, council members said."

" 'I'm a firm believer in gun rights,' said Councilman Scott Hente, a gun owner. 'But having weapons in an open meeting is threatening.' "
 

NH: Federal authorities to seek charges against state rep with gun
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"Federal authorities plan to seek criminal charges against a state representative who was caught carrying a loaded handgun before he boarded a flight at Manchester Airport last week." ...

"Last week, the federal Transportation Security Administration said Dickinson could face a civil fine of up to $25,000. But in a memo dated Tuesday, director Raymond A. Carolan said the agency intends to seek criminal charges as well as civil remedies."
 

Airline pilot gun training
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"Pilots go through dozens of simulations and practice sessions designed to be as real as instructors can make them -- live and interacting with a computer. Pilots from around the country have applied, go through a background check and then are chosen."

"The Transportation Security Administration does not want the identities of these pilots revealed."
 

India: UP firearm owners undergo training
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"There are over 20 lakh licensed firearms in Uttar Pradesh. But when the UP police invited Lucknow's firearm owners to a workshop on ways to maintain a weapon, it was found that a majority had no idea how to avoid accidental firing."

"Some owners came to the workshop with their brand new revolvers while others came with rifles used as trophies."
 

CA: Protesters: Ridge danger to civil liberties
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"After few quiet months of postwar protest fatigue, antiwar demonstrators took to the top of Nob Hill on Wednesday morning to greet Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge with a litany of complaints ranging from civil liberties to the war."
 

Civil Liberties Bill Stymied by Technicality
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"Civil liberty advocates in the House of Representatives on Tuesday tried to roll back part of the USA PATRIOT Act, saying the post-9/11 law gives too much snooping power to federal law enforcement officials."

"But the effort was stymied by technical errors associated with the amendment to the Department of Justice Appropriations Bill."
 

Japan: 1,600 troops search for clumsy sergeant's lost rifle
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"Some 1,600 Ground Self-Defense Force (GSDF) soldiers are combing vast areas of its Kitafuji firing range in Yamanashi Prefecture searching for an assault rifle a sergeant lost during battle training, GSDF officials announced Thursday."

"The 31-year-old sergeant of the 3rd Division realized that he lost his type-64 assault rifle while his artillery regiment was on the move in the predawn hours of Thursday, officials of the GSDF Kitafuji station said."
 

Freedom For All
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..."The government needs the Constitution to legitimize its power but at the same time seeks to shirk any limits it imposes on that power. An insidious tactic in this campaign is the advancement of the idea that if the public wishes to be safer, the government must be subject to even less constitutional control. This is nonsense, of course, and historically indefensible. The greatest and most present danger to civilized nations in the last few centuries has usually been their own leaders."
 

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