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CA: Man shot in pipe incident to stand trial
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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Cano testified two cars of officers went to the park and met a sheriff's deputy who already was there. He said they saw Zamora with a pipe and that he asked him repeatedly to put it down.

Cano said he then took out his can of pepper spray, hoping the sight of it would convince Zamora to drop the pipe. Zamora still refused, so Cano sprayed him twice, the officer said.

"I feared for my safety,' Cano said. "I drew out my weapon and fired two shots.' ...
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Meanwhile, most citizens in California are required to deal with pipe-wielding, pepper-spray resistant criminals with their bare hands.
 

OK: Man gets life in prison for spitting on officer
Submitted by: Michael Lewis

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SAPULPA, Okla. - "A convicted rapist has been sentenced to life in prison for spitting on a police officer."

"Creek County Associate District Judge April Sellers White followed the recommendation of a jury for the maximum sentence against John C. Marquez under a law that makes it a felony to place bodily fluids on law enforcement officers."

"White rejected a prosecution request for a 25-year prison term and a defense request for a four-year term." ...
 

Constitutionally Speaking, Vigilance is as Easy as 1-2-3
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Website: http://www.readjdm.com/

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A look at the First, Second, and Third Amendments, and what they mean for Americans in the post-September 11th era.
 

MD: Wife Of Alleged Supremacist Speaks Out On Arrest
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"Elizabeth Wheeler says the homemade firearms, the ammunition and the gunpowder seized from her home were just elements of her husband's hobby -- nothing more. But at least one neighbor told 11 News there was more to this story than meets the eye and that the suspect had talked about some sort of revolution." ...

with new video
 

Foot Dragging Threatens Armed Pilot Program
Submitted by: fred connolly

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Foot Dragging by the "Dept of Homeland Security" on arming pilots
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"In the new Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the young wizarding students are frustrated by a 'Defense Against the Dark Arts' teacher who resolutely refuses to teach the students how to protect themselves. The teacher, Deloris Umbridge, is a government bureaucrat, and she considers it better that innocents be murdered by the Death Eaters than for people outside the government to be able to fight back. Unfortunately, our real-world Transportation Security Administration might as well be run by Deloris Umbridge. By sabotaging the armed-pilots program, the Bush TSA is resolutely continuing to undermine the will of the American people and the express determination of the United States Congress." ...
 

NC: Armed robberies can be prevented
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"Andrew Goldstein was closing up his Good 'Ole Days restaurant late Wednesday night when a man in a camouflage mask jumped out and robbed him." ...

"Goldstein, however, plans to change his routine and take security into his own hands."

" 'Now we're all going to be parking up front, closing up together, and me and my family will carry guns,' said Goldstein, who is confident the robber will return." ...
 

Australia: Nurses demand action on safety
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"The New South Wales Nurses Association has expressed concern for the safety of nurses following violent attacks on staff at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) hospital."

"Nurses at the hospital have demanded action from hospital management."

"The association says action must be taken to protect nurses after a series of incidents, one causing police to draw their guns on a violent visitor."

"A nurse also had to undergo surgery after being bitten on the arm while others have been punched and scratched." ...
 

AZ: Murder in Beaver Valley (dead perp, too)
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Home invasion results in intruder's death.
 

TX: Travis County Constable Candidate Stops Crime Spree
Submitted by: The Patriot Connection
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Austin, Travis County, Texas, June 30, 2003.

"At 4:30 a.m. Monday morning June 30, Travis County Constable Candidate Mike Hanson subdued at gunpoint two of three criminals on a crime spree who broke into his fireworks stand in the city of Manchaca, Travis County." ...
 

MD: Homemade Guns Seized In Highlandtown Rowhouse (follow-up)
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Updated story with new video
He "talked about complex economic ideas of how the government was messing up and that the economy will crumble and the system will collapse, but it never matched up with a lot of weapons in there,"
Also new updated video at http://www.wjz.com
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You can now be arrested for your political beliefs in Maryland.
Manufacturing firearms and owning gunpowder is NOT illegal in Maryland! This man committed NO crime yet he is being held on $2 million bail!
 

LA: Sheriff's office teaches women self-defense
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"The following is an overview of the course, which covered ground fighting, kick and punch techniques, gun safety, advice and suggestions about getting the right kind of gun, how to get a permit to carry a concealed weapon and the most potent pepper spray to use." ...
 

CA: More than 10 percent of LAX screeners fired for violations
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"Several screeners said they had criminal records, which led to the city conducting its own fingerprinting operations. City officials said Wednesday that their review led to 29 screeners being disqualified for the jobs because of criminal histories ranging from weapons charges to sexual assault."

" 'It raises serious concerns about the quality of personnel who are safeguarding our nation's airlines.' " ...
 

MD: Bad-luck burglars pick ex-military officer's house
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"Gavrilis, reaching his own gun, warned the youth to show his hands. 'When he hesitated,' Gavrilis said, 'I fired two shots into the dressing room floor and dropped him with a single punch. I didn't want to shoot him, but I would have if it was necessary.' " ...

"By the time Baltimore County police arrived, Gavrilis had obtained the name of the second youth. 'The one I was fighting with gave up his buddy's name real fast,'; Gavrilis said last night." ...
 

MD: $2 million bail set for man after raid (another report)
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"Lovell A. Wheeler was arrested after detectives and federal agents searched his house in the 500 block of S. East Ave. on Tuesday and found the gunpowder, nearly 100 firearms in various stages of assembly, 14 rifles, eight handguns and thousands of rounds of ammunition, city police said."

"Hate literature also was seized, and police said Wheeler was a member of National Alliance, a white supremacist group." ...

His crime? "He was charged with having 80 pounds of gunpowder not stored in an original container, possessing gunpowder without a required license and reckless endangerment."

Surely that justifies a $2,000,000 bail, right?
 

Supreme Court Urged to Take on Gun Rights
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"The Supreme Court is being asked to overturn an appeals court ruling that said the Constitution does not guarantee people a personal right to own a gun."

"The court's past rulings on Second Amendment gun rights--many in the 1800s--are a mess that should be straightened out when the justices return from their summer break, an appeal being filed Thursday at the court said." ...
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Response from KeepAndBearArms.com Founder and Executive Director, Angel Shamaya:

In this AP report, we note the negativity of both Eugene Volokh and NRA attorney Stephen Halbrook. Let's take a look at their statements.

Eugene Volokh

Volokh is quoted as saying that "odds are against the justices taking the case." The timing of his statement suggests that it is highly doubtful he even read the Certiorari Petition, which was crafted with the extensive input from an attorney who has won unanimous cases in the Supreme Court and has been victorious in 11 of 12 federal Circuit courts.

In our view, negative predictions by prominent Constitutional lawyers such as Mr. Volokh are inappropriate -- even irresponsible -- because they may subtly influence the court's decision to hear the case. In this instance, it is especially important for the Court to hear the lawsuit -- decades of abuse of gun owners must come to an end. And the preparation for this appeal is already far beyond anything the Court has been presented with thus far on the Second Amendment. All we need are four (4) Justices to agree to hear the case.

NRA Attorney Stephen Halbrook

NRA attorney Stephen Halbrook's statement is far more egregious. He's quoted by the Associated Press as saying, "the case is complicated because it involves questions about state authority to undercut gun rights and whether the challengers had standing to sue the state."

First, the Second Amendment is a right of the people, period. That means states shall not infringe upon it. That is the plain and simple truth, and we are doing something about it. One must wonder why Mr. Halbrook's client -- the National Rifle Association -- has been in existence since 1871 yet has never taken a successful Second Amendment case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Would Mr. Halbrook comment on a lawsuit challenging a state's ability to ban the First Amendment by saying it was "complicated," too? Does a "complicated" case mean it shouldn't be heard? History is full of complicated lawsuits -- but that doesn't mean they should be given a negative slant by a supposed ally the day they are filed at our nation's Highest Court.

Then there's Halbrook's strange suggestion that the Silveira plaintiffs might not have standing to even file this lawsuit. Perhaps he is covering for NRA/CRPA attorney Chuck Michel. Michel tried to kill this valid Second Amendment case by saying the Silveira plaintiffs didn't have standing to file this lawsuit. Longtime KABA Advisor and ally Brian Puckett wiped the floor with this absurd assertion months ago.

Someone ought to ask NRA attorney Stephen Halbrook the following questions:
If the Silveira plaintiffs don't have standing, why is it that the liberal 9th Circuit used the Silveira case to throw out the section of California's so-called 'assault weapons' ban that gives exemption to retired law enforcement officers?

Why did the 9th Circuit even hear the case at all, let alone rule on it -- if there's no standing? And why did the 9th Circuit's consideration of the case for an en banc rehearing result in six dissenting opinions on our side?

Why are you suggesting nationally, through hundreds of syndicated Associated Press reports, that the Silveira case has a standing issue when it their standing has already been not only validated but built upon with a partial victory?
Has Mr. Halbrook been asleep all these months? Shouldn't he know about the history of the case before interjecting negativity? Good luck getting a straight answer. But none of this is surprising -- especially considering the way he tried to force himself, unwanted, into the D.C. gun ban lawsuit.
 

OH: Abject failure: Ohio's CCW Ban not working to deter crime
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
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Greg White looks at the bar graph and just shakes his head.

The reason: Mahoning County had more than triple the number of homicides attributed to firearms per 100,000 people compared with anywhere in the state between 1998 and 2000. The statistic was the nation's fourth highest, White said.

Is there any doubt that Ohio's ban on carry a concealed firearm is NOT working as a deterrent to crime?
 

OH: Letter to the Editor: Concealed-carry bill makes parents targets
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
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More for the "What Bob Taft refuses to understand" file - this mom doesn't like the idea of having a bulls-eye painted on her car to appease the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

"I hope readers with children will get involved with this issue. Ohio’s legislators and governor should pass a bill that allows us to protect our loved ones no matter where we are. I refuse to sit back and allow a bull's eye target to be put on my car and my life and that of my children to be put in harm’s way."
 

U.S. kids don't know much about history
Submitted by: David Morris

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I've got this big area to summarize the article, and all I can think of is - DUH!
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Apparently the truths in the Declaration of Independence aren't so self-evident.

When Rep. Roger Wicker asked high school seniors in his Mississippi district to name some unalienable rights, he got silence. So the Republican congressman gave the advanced-placement history students some help.

"Among these are life," Wicker said, "and ..."

"Death?" one student said. So much for liberty and the pursuit of happiness. ...
 

UN lacking balance on small-arms issue
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"However well-intentioned the United Nation's conference on limiting small arms may be, it fails to acknowledge the millions of legitimate sport shooters in the world and the peaceful ideals they stand for"
By James A. Swan, Ph.D.
Author
"In Defense of Hunting"
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The Second Amendment isn't about "sport shooting." It's about LIBERTY. Hitler's Nazis interjected "sporting purpose" as justification for owning firearms. Now we have "sports writers" parroting the same Nazi love words.

Feel free to urge this "sports writer" to put his "Ph.D." to better use by studying up on how he's doing the UN's dirty work. It shouldn't be that hard of a sale; he's clearly a pro-gunner, and his article already links to a JPFO webpage. Send him a link to this one and politely urge him to cease the Nazi rhetoric: http://www.jpfo.org/nazirot.htm

Author's Website:
http://www.jamesswan.com/
Author's Email Address:
swan@microweb.com
 

OH: Did Ohio's self-defense ban force this company out of business?
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
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In January, we reported on the plight of drivers for Quality Cab Co., Mansfield's only cab company. After two armed robberies in one week, the cab company considered halting services in part of the city.

Obviously, no business enjoys being forced to deny service to a segment of it's customer base, and this move would have reduced revenues for the company.

Fast-forward six months: The Mansfield News Journal is now reporting that Quality Cabs has ceased operations.
 

Hardball: Should teachers be allowed to carry concealed guns into school?
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The state of Utah has a mandate allowing teachers to carry concealed weapons on school grounds. Does it make students safer or endanger them?

BLAINE RUMMEL, COALITION TO STOP GUN VIOLENCE: I don’t know of any parent in America who would be comfortable knowing that their child is in a classroom with a teacher who’s carrying a hidden handgun. And let’s remember that in a lot of these cases, the privacy of the gun owner is supreme.
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There are many parents in America who won't send their kids to public schools because the children are sitting ducks. This gun prohibitionist is simply ignorant and admits it openly.
 

PA: Militia leader gets 6 year sentence
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A central Pennsylvania man who amassed a collection of weapons -- including machine guns and bombs -- as well as maps of airports was sentenced to six years in prison yesterday."

"Prosecutors have called Ronald William Hertzog, 40, of the State College area, a terrorist, but he claims he was just preparing for World War III." ...

" 'I love my country,' he told U.S. Middle District Senior Judge James F. McClure Jr. yesterday before being sentenced to 70 months in prison followed by three years of probation. The former bus driver and Penn State University computer programmer said he never intended to harm the country." ...
 

NY: Spitzer’s Nuisance
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"When it comes to press coverage, as is well known, New York State attorney general Eliot Spitzer enjoys a charmed life. When he gets to the courtroom, on the other hand, the spell has been known to break. On Tuesday, a state appeals court handed Mr. Spitzer a stinging defeat, ruling 3-1 to sustain a lower court’s dismissal of his lawsuit attempting to obtain gun control by hauling into court the companies that manufacture guns." ...
 

PA: "Ceasefire" group says Second Amendment is about the states
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... "The Bill of Rights, as the first ten Constitutional Amendments are known, limits the power of the federal government, curtailing its ability to diminish certain rights enjoyed by private individuals as well as the several States. Some amendments, like the First, Fourth and Fifth, address individual rights, such as people's rights to free speech, or as defendants in criminal prosecutions. Others, like the Second, Ninth and Tenth Amendments, speak to the relationship between state and federal governments." ...
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If abortion could be retroactive into adulthood, the author of that nonsense would be a great candidate.
 

MO: Gov. Holden Vetoes Concealed Carry Bill
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Missouri Governor Bob Holden traveled to Webster Groves Thursday to veto the bill that would have allowed Missourians to carry concealed weapons.

At Blackburn Park Holden said 70 percent of St. Louis County residents who voted in 1999 said "no" to a similar proposal.

"You and I clearly agree that putting more guns in peoples hands does not reduce crime," Holden said. "Research to the contrary has all been repudiated by respected criminal justice scholars." [Respected by whom, you lying thug?]

Supporters of the measure in the Legislature argue that local attitudes about conceal and carry laws have changed since 1999.
 

MO: Gov. Holdens Questions Resale of State Highway Patrol Guns
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"Gov. Bob Holden said Thursday that the state highway patrol should reconsider its practice of trading in used guns for resale following reports that one of the guns was used to kill four people in a factory shooting."

"Holden, who vetoed a measure Thursday that would allow people to carry concealed weapons, said when he learned Jonathon Russell, 25, had used a semiautomatic pistol from the highway patrol in Tuesday's shooting, 'it caused problems for me, that's all I'll say.' " ...
 

GA: Marietta police department buys M-1 carbines
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"Marietta police officers tested a powerful new weapon Thursday, one of 10 bought by the department that police officials hope to have on the streets of Marietta by Monday."

"The .30-caliber M1-carbine rifle can hit a target from 300 feet away, blasting a 110-grain bullet at 1,900 feet per second. And, because it uses a single bullet, instead of a bullet containing pellets that spread upon impact like a shotgun, it is the ideal gun for use in crowded areas."

"Marietta police Chief Bobby Moody said the rifles — like all police equipment — are an asset to the department." ...
 

MN: Rally participants seek to repeal conceal and carry gun law
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"The debate over Minnesota’s conceal and carry handgun law isn’t finished yet insisted participants at a rally in Eagan."

"About 200 opponents of the new law gathered Sunday afternoon in the governor’s hometown, deliberately chosen to drive home their opposition to Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who supported the law."

"About a dozen people counter-protested outside the rally with signs praising the change in state law. Police said there were no confrontations." ...
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The rest of the gun owners were gearing up to take their concealed weapons classes and preparing to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
 

MN: To ban or not to ban? Faith community discusses conceal and carry impacts
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"Members of area religious institutions gathered to discuss how to respond to the Minnesota Citizens’ Personal Protection Act – commonly called conceal and carry – June 26 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts."

"They could not ban guns from the meeting, as it took place on city property. That fact set the tone for the meeting, where a panel of five officials explained their view of the new law and what faith communities can do to keep guns out of their congregations. The meeting, called “Concealed Carry: Faith Communities Respond,” was hosted by Interfaith Thanksgiving Congregations, composed of Bet Shalom Reformed Congregation in Minnetonka, Hopkins United Methodist Church, Mizpah United Church of Christ in Hopkins and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church ELCA in Minnetonka." ...
 

HI: Council votes to restrict toy guns
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"The [Honolulu] City Council has approved two bills that ban carrying or displaying air guns and realistic-looking toy guns in public unless they are in a case or securely wrapped."

"The bills, approved yesterday, apply to air guns and so-called replica guns that are carried on any street, alley, public road or public property. Supporters of the measures say they are needed because some of the guns look so real that they are mistaken for actual firearms." ...
 

Canada: Gun owners register protest
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"The grace period for registering firearms officially ended July 1, but that hasn't stopped some gun owners from disobeying the rules as a matter of principle. Risking a heavy fine or even jail time, Ottawa resident Kingsley Beattie has registered all but one of his guns as his way of protesting against the federal firearms registry."

" 'I believe the firearms registration legislation is an intrusion by the federal government in the areas of provincial jurisdiction in terms of property rights and they are using the Criminal Code as the only tool to get in there,' he said. 'I'm 70 years old. I'm not keen on going to jail. My grandkids would be cheesed off, but I will not comply.' "

"Beattie is among some 450 members of the Canadian Unregistered Firearms Owners Association, which encourages gun owners to disobey the law."

"The group began a cross-country protest against the registry Monday in Victoria, B.C., and is expected to arrive on Parliament Hill at the end of the month." ...
 

NY: "Standing Behind NY's Finest"
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"Calvin Washington, who had a history of heart problems, died last Friday - apparently of heart problems - just 10 days after police chased a 21-year-old man they believe to be his son, Taheem, into Washington's apartment."

"In May, a 57-year-old Harlem woman, Alberta Spruill, died of a heart attack after police mistakenly raided her apartment - and an unarmed immigrant, Ousmane Zongo, was fatally shot by cops, apparently in error."

"These are tragedies."

"But the only way to assure that such 'collateral damage' is avoided is to stop cops from pursuing criminals."

"Obviously, that would not be wise." ...
 

CA: Judge who helped orchestrate California "assault weapons" ban dies in Turkey
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The timing of the death of Alameda County Superior Court Judge Richard B. "Dick" Iglehart is auspicious.

Two days after his death, the Silveira v. Lockyer case was petitioned to the Supreme Court. The lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of this law, on Second Amendment grounds.

May he rest in peace.

Here's another report.
 

Time to think about our blessings
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"...there are those in high and low places clamoring to take away the right of law-abiding citizens to acquire and own guns -- leaving only criminals with firearms, which they are already not allowed to have. But oh my gosh, don't allow the teaching or posting of "Thou shall not kill" (and the other Commandments) because that might hurt somebody's feelings." ...
 

NY: Cash given for tips to recover illegal guns
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Syracuse is modeling New York City's "Turn in Your Neighbor" program.
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"Participants must leave their names when they call. The reward is $500 or $1,000."

"Helping get illegal guns off Syracuse streets is now a money-making proposition."

" 'If people won't do it for altruistic reasons, maybe they'll do it for cash,' Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick said. 'It really doesn't matter to me as long as we get the guns.' "

"Law enforcement officials announced Wednesday that they're going to start paying $500 or $1,000 for information that helps police confiscate guns and arrest those using them illegally." ...
 

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