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Third parties making life difficult for Bush, Kerry
Submitted by: Melissa Seaman
Website: http://Skypod.DeadBangGuns.com

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"Third parties, the bane of the political establishment, are making things tough on Mr. Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, at least rhetorically." ...

"Gun rights have long been among the top issues for Libertarians, and many took note when the Gun Owners of America issued an alert that Sen. Dianne Feinstein, California Democrat, was considering slipping her proposal to ban semiautomatic weapons into another bill, perhaps this week."

"The president, Mr. Badnarik said, has promised to sign a ban on semiautomatic weapons, but Republican lawmakers have prevented the measure from reaching a vote."

" 'That Feinstein would use parliamentary procedure to slip in yet another attempt to deprive us of one of our most fundamental individual rights is not surprising,' Mr. Badnarik said. 'The even scarier issue is that Bush has already promised, in advance, to sign such a bill.' "

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Former Presidents Ford, Carter, Clinton Urge President Bush to Save the Assault Weapons Ban
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Former Presidents Ford, Carter and Clinton are urging President Bush to save the landmark 1994 federal Assault Weapons Act, which is set to expire Sept. 13 unless the President and Congress act."

"Saying 'at a time when terrorism continues to be a serious threat, it is even more imperative that we renew the Assault Weapons Act and limit access to military-style weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips.' The former Presidents point out that there are few Congressional working days left before the ban expires, and urge President Bush 'to make reauthorization of the Assault Weapons Act a top priority for your Administration and spur Congress to action.' "

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Showing once again their complete ignorance on the subject of terrorism these three former presidents actually think that terrorists, who can get military-style weapons at little to no cost from their supporters overseas will run right out and purchase them from legitimate dealers in the United States if the "assault" weapons ban expires. Whom are they trying to kid?
 

Democrats: Continue assault weapons ban
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"All but one of New Hampshire’s congressional candidates split neatly along party lines over extending the federal assault weapons ban, due to expire in September."

"Democratic challengers want the ban extended, while Republicans, with the notable exception of Sen. Judd Gregg, favor letting it expire."

"Congress banned 19 types of military-style semiautomatic weapons in 1994 for 10 years. The law also outlaws features including bayonet mounts, large ammunition magazines and folding stocks."
 

FBI expanding interviews to ward off possible attacks
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Fearing terrorist attacks this summer and fall, the FBI is using its latest intelligence to expand "interviews" in U.S. (Emphasis added!)

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"An FBI official said the interviews will be driven by information gathered by the 2004 Threat Task Force, composed of bureau agents and analysts, plus experts from the intelligence community and Department of Homeland Security. ..."

"The FBI has conducted community interviews before, going into Arab-American neighborhoods after the Sept. 11 hijackings to seek information. And, after the United States invaded Iraq, the FBI interviewed thousands of Iraqi-born individuals living in the United States to try to uncover potential terrorists and to protect the rest from hate crimes. ..."
 

RI: Female Officer Charged With Domestic Violence
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A female Woonsocket police officer was arrested on charges of domestic violence.

News Channel 10 reported that Maureen Andreoni was arrested Monday night by Cranston police. She is a six-year veteran of the Woonsocket police force.

Police said Andreoni was charged with domestic assault and battery for an incident that allegedly occurred at 66 Irving Street. The circumstances of the officer's arrest were not immediately known.

Andreoni was placed on modified duty until her case is resolved. She is not allowed to carry a gun while off duty.
 

NY: Boy in Wheelchair Shot by Officer Chasing Robber
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"Police in Brooklyn are investigating an accidental shooting that left a boy with a bullet wound in his leg. It happened as cops were attempting to capture a robbery suspect."

"...Police say the eighteen-year-old suspect gave them no choice but to shoot at him while he was trying to rob a store. But little did they know that a 12-year-old boy would be the one to take the bullet."
 

Iraq: Iraqi Says U.S. Soldiers Laughed at Drowning
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The 19-year-old Iraqi's swimming skills were no match for the Tigris. 'Marwan, save me!' Zaidoun Fadel Hassoun screamed to his cousin, himself struggling to stay afloat. The teenager drowned; his cousin made it to shore. "I could hear them laughing," Marwan Fadel Hassoun said, recalling how U.S. soldiers pushed the young men into the river. 'They were behaving like they were watching a comedy on stage.' "

"The U.S. military said last week that three soldiers, now back in their base at Fort Carson, Colo., have been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the Jan. 3 drowning of an Iraqi detainee. A fourth soldier faces charges of pushing a second man, who survived, into the same river." ...

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But the military would never abuse their power over the people, right Sarah?
 

Mexico: Former Mexicali police chief sentenced in drug case
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"A former police chief in the border city of Mexicali has been sentenced to 36 years and three months in prison for aiding a notorious gang of drug traffickers, officials announced Tuesday."

"The federal attorney general's office said a court near Mexico City imposed the sentence on Antonio Hermenegildo Carmona for collaborating in drug trafficking and for organized crime."

"Carmona was arrested on Aug. 29, 2001, during police raids on houses allegedly linked to the Tijuana-based Arellano Felix drug gang."
 

MN: Maybe the Twins need more imaginative giveaways
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The Twins gave out 5,000 G.I. Joe toys the other night, and so far there have been no reported cases of 8-year-olds showing up at any Army recruiting offices. That was one of the concerns among the various activists who opposed the toy giveaway. They thought the G.I. Joe figure was specifically a recruiting device that might inure a child to a life on the battlefield." ...

"In any event, the giveaway took place without a hitch. The kids loved it. And parents love any gift that cannot be banged on the floor, like a bat. The Twins did arrange to have Joe's gun removed during the production phase in China so that the Metrodome's No Guns Allowed policy would not be violated. Joe had a couple of hand grenades clipped to his little flak vest, but hand grenades are allowed in the Metrodome." ...
 

CA: Lockyer joins fight to buy gun maker
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"The state Attorney General's Office has intervened in a federal bankruptcy trial in a way that could help a teenager buy out and shut down the manufacturer of a semiautomatic handgun with a design flaw that left the boy paralyzed from the neck down since the age of 7." ...

"In a highly unusual action, Randy Rossi, director of the firearms division of the state Department of Justice, wrote to a federal bankruptcy judge in Florida last Tuesday that the man the judge tentatively approved to buy the manufacturer, Paul Jimenez, is ineligible to make guns because he lacks federal and California firearms licenses."

"Therefore, Rossi wrote to the judge, Jerry A. Funk of U.S. Bankruptcy Court, he was 'submitting this written objection to the sale' on behalf of the state Attorney General Bill Lockyer."
 

Kerry Flip Flops
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John Kerry's latest life pronouncement, considering that he voted against ending partial-birth abortion and for federal funding of abortion, again raises nuance above conviction, say critics. And if you think that's wild, Republicans laugh, this longtime gun-controller now claims to be a fierce hunter and defender of the Second Amendment. Read "Kerry Says He Believes Life Starts at Conception" in the Washington Post."
 

IL: Mike, Valinda Rowe new NRA certified handgun instructors
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"Earlier this year Mike and Valinda Rowe, owners of Personality Plus Photography in Carmi and residents of Enfield, successfully completed the NRA pistol instructor course sponsored by the Williamson County Gun Club of Carterville."

"After completing the course, passing the final exam and forwarding their scores to the NRA, they have now earned the title of NRA certified pistol instructor."
 

UK: Firearms foes unite on gun crime
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A leading shooting organisation and a prominent anti-gun crime group will host a joint conference on Wednesday."

"Representatives from organisations on both sides of the firearms debate will discuss ways of cutting gun crime."

"A spokesman said it was the first time such diverse groups had come together. Some groups from the two usually distinct camps have refused to attend."

"The debate is being held against a backdrop of a growing number of gun offences in England and Wales."

"Over the past five years the number of firearms-related injuries and fatalities have risen dramatically." ...

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Repeal your silly laws and encourage your subjects to arm themselves for self-defense.
 

Australia: Youth charged over imitation pistol
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A MELBOURNE youth will be charged on summons with possessing an imitation pistol after a disturbance on a suburban train overnight.


The youth, aged 16, was arrested at McCaulay railway station in North Melbourne after police were called about 11.50pm (AEST) to investigate reports a person in the last carriage of the Upfield-bound train was brandishing a firearm.
A Victoria Police spokesman said the train driver was aware of the disturbance and held it at the station until police arrived.

The youth was questioned at Melbourne West police station, and will be charged on summons.

 

OK: Police Use Of Taser Weapon Increases
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"Police use of the Taser stun gun in Oklahoma City nearly doubled last year compared to 2002 as officers increasingly found the nonlethal weapon useful in apprehending dangerous suspects."

"Powered by a battery and compressed nitrogen, two small barbs can deliver an electrical charge that attacks the central nervous system. The pistol-like device can disrupt muscle function by flooding the body with 50,000 volts of electricity in 5-second bursts." ...

"In Oklahoma, 51 city, county, university, Indian and airport law enforcement agencies use Tasers."
 

UK: Woman used toy gun in hold-up attempt
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A woman tried to hold up two post offices with a toy gun while her four-year-old son waited outside, a court has heard.

Tracey Fenby, 31, of Newcastle, pleaded guilty to assault with intent to rob at the sub-post offices at Illogan and Coverack in Cornwall on June 21 and 25.

She was remanded in custody and warned that she is facing a prison sentence when she appeared before Truro Crown Court.

Shaun Brunton, defending, successfully applied for pre-sentence and psychiatric reports.

He said: "These are very serious offences, committed with a toy gun with her four-year-old son outside, but there is very much a cry for help about this case."

The hearing was adjourned for eight weeks.
 

Kenya: Outrage Over Use of Live Bullets to Disperse Crowd
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"There was outrage in Kisumu over the killing of a demonstrator during the Saturday night violence over constitutional reforms."

"Politicians and human rights activists were angered by the police use of live bullets to quell the demonstration and demanded that the police commissioner Brig Ali Mohammed orders the arrest of the police officer who pulled the trigger."

"The leaders, who included LDP Constitutional Affairs Secretary Otieno Kajwang' and Regional party Co-ordinator Odungi Randa told the police Commissioner to admit liability over the death of the man, who was shot in the head."

"They said that it was wrong for the police to have used live bullets to disperse demonstrators." ...
 

South Africa: Any idiot can point a gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"At first, I found it amusing that the South African Gun Owners Association objected to the new gun control law because, to quote spokesperson Martin Hood, 'It's unnecessary, it's complicated, the training standard is too high, it infringes on an individual's right to ownership and it gives the police excessive powers to search and seize items.' "

"But now I find it disturbing. What sort of person objects to a high training standard, when we're talking about a weapon that can end someone's life? Not only that, but a weapon that might also conceivably save someone's life? Surely the more arduous the training, the better for all concerned?" ...

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When the Central Firearms Registry has stated that they plan to deny most applications out of hand, it is obvious that disarmament, and not safety, is the real purpose.
 

AZ: Concealed weapons students side with Payson trail shooter
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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Students in a concealed weapons class sided with the man who shot another on a forest trail north of Payson."

"Harold Fish faces a second-degree murder charge levied by the Coconino County Attorney for the May 11 shooting of Grant Kuenzli. His case has neither gone to initial appearance in Flagstaff Justice Court, nor to Coconino County Grand Jury."

"During a concealed weapon permit class given recently in Flagstaff, instructor Preston Johnson outlined the parameters of the case from media and incident reports to the class. The class discussed the law and the appropriate use of deadly force." ...
 

OH: Sponsor won't amend concealed weapons law before session ends
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"The state's concealed weapons law has not produced the number of applications that backers envisioned, but it's too soon be tinkering with it, the bill's sponsor said Tuesday."

"Ohio's 88 county sheriffs, who issue the permits, have given out about 22,000 applications since the law took effect on April 8, said Robert Cornwell, executive director of the Buckeye State Sheriffs Association. That's about half as many as backers had predicted by this point."

"Rep. Jim Aslanides, a Coshocton Republican who sponsored the bill, said he expected 100,000 applicants the first year. That figure is likely to be around 50,000, he said. Applicants must pass a background check and 12 hours of safety training."
 

South Africa: Six-Year-Old Spider-Man Thwarts Gang of Thugs
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"The youngster, one of 14 HIV/Aids orphans in the care of Abandoned Baby Care in Walkerville, south of Johannesburg, gamely fought back when the robbers struck at the home on Sunday morning."

"Spider-Man hit one of the assailants with a stick and dropped a rock on his foot, but the robber overpowered him and held a knife to his throat and a gun to his back."

"But Spider-Man was undaunted."

"He broke away from his captor and fled the home, then enlisted the help of two passing cyclists. They called an armed response company, which sent a vehicle to the home - but the robbers had fled by then."
 

LA: Domestic violence up in St. Landry Parish
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Milton Stanley Journet's murder of Dwauna Marie Benoit and his eventual suicide are the first local domestic violence deaths of 2004." ...

"Whatever the provocation, sometimes a spouse or victim will pursue legal remedies such as getting a protective order. Benoit obtained such an order the day before she was murdered. Still, Balthazar said getting a protective order is a good idea, if the complainant sticks to it." ...

" 'Absolutely, a restraining order is helpful. It is a useful tool. However, if someone is willing to give up their own life to take the life of another, if they are willing to go that far, there is nothing anyone can do to prevent that,' [District Attorney] Taylor said." ...

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Exactly. Paper protection is useless. Even the DA admits this.
 

AZ: Mesa earns $25,396 as it resumes sale of guns
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"After being out of it for nearly seven years, Mesa police are back in the gun-selling business.
Last month, Mesa sold 150 firearms, including rifles and handguns, to Firing Pin Enterprises of Phoenix for $25,396."

" 'There are stricter requirements now. In the past we didn't look at the type of crime the guns were used in,' said Lane Darling, property and evidence unit supervisor. 'We eliminated a lot more weapons being sold than we were.' "
 

Medical Marijuana and the Federal War on Drugs
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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"In the 2000 campaign for president, George W. Bush said that the federal government should not interfere with the medical marijuana policies of the several states. Like so many other promises, he went back on his word and has closed down medical marijuana facilities permitted by state governments. This is an outrage. The federal government has no constitutional authority to interfere with state drug policies." ...

"The Drug War has led to some of the worst violations of the constitutional liberties of Americans, as well as to the worst wave of violent crime in American history since Alcohol Prohibition. It has been used to rationalize unlawful searches and seizures, corruption of the court system, no-knock raids, racial profiling, and 'civil asset forfeiture' - a policy whereby government officials can confiscate private property without even charging anyone with a crime. The War on Drugs, more than anything else, has served as a means of destroying the Bill of Rights. It has also led to excessive taxes and spending, costing more than 40 billion dollars a year to arrest, prosecute and imprison non-violent drug offenders."
 

The Supreme Court: Gutless or Moderate?
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"As I am sure most of you are aware, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCUS) chose not to rule on a recent case involving the words, 'under God' in the Pledge of Allegiance. With this 'non-ruling' you are probably asking yourself, 'what is the role of the SCUS?' That is a fair question. It can be viewed two ways: gutless or moderate."
 

Libertarian Lessons of "Fahrenheit 9/11"
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"But that's to the untrained eye. And the truth is that Moore -- knowingly, or not -- has put together an ad for Michael Badnarik." ...

"So here's the bottom line: With its focus on Bush, and its implied endorsement of Kerry, 'Fahrenheit 9/11' misses its chance to pinpoint political power as the root cause for war. To its credit, however, it gives us an example. And so it ought to be seen."
 

Keyless Remotes To Cars in Waldorf Suddenly Useless
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"Vernon Garrison was stuck at the supermarket -- outside, actually, in the front seat of a navy blue Caprice Classic that would not start."

"His keyless entry remote control, the device that unlocks the doors and also is required to start the engine of his car, had gone haywire again. 'I was furious,' said Garrison, 67, who owns a gas station and, fortunately for him, another car." ...

"Tony Rose, Charles County's chief of emergency communications, has heard about the problem but would hazard only a vague guess. 'It may be something new in Waldorf, some kind of wireless technology,' he said. 'But I can't confirm it.' "

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So who wants their guns to be RFID-activated (or deactivated)?
 

Rwanda: Lekota visits genocide memorial
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Shaking his head incredulously, South Africa's Defence Minister Mosiuoa Lekota stared at a bed of skeletons when he visited the Murambi Genocide Memorial in southern Rwanda on Tuesday." ...

"Epimaque described how the local Tutsis were lured to the hill with promises of water and food but instead were massacred by axe- and panga [machete]-wielding militia." ...

"Lekota was visibly shocked and often stopped to stare silently at a pile of bleached bones."

"'We South Africans are so lucky that we never experienced anything of this nature,' he said."

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But the genocide in Rwanda was preceded by disarmament, so South Africa is taking its first steps down that road . . .
 

AZ: When is deadly force appropriate?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Sixteen men and six women trickled into the library at Sinagua High School before 8 a.m. on a Saturday."

"Their motivation?"

"They want the right to carry a concealed weapon -- to be able to defend themselves."

"But before they can carry a concealed weapon, they must undergo a 16-hour class required by Arizona law."

"Their instructor for the class was Preston Johnson, an assistant principal at Sinagua High School and a former U.S. Marine Corps soldier for 20 years. He has been teaching the class for seven years and during that time has trained 700 people."

"In that time, one of his students has had to shoot and kill another human being in self-defense." ...
 

MA: New law eases restrictions on gun owners
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"Lawmakers and gun advocates say several new reforms will make it easier for responsible Massachusetts citizens to own guns."

"Christie Caywood of Leominster believes the law, which extends the duration of a gun license and eases other rules, is a victory for the right to bear arms." ...

"Gov. Mitt Romney approved the law Thursday." ...

"The new law is sometimes called an anti-assault weapon ban because it continues a federal law prohibiting certain semi-automatic weapons, including the Uzi, the Mac-10 and the AK-47."

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Sure. If you consider licensing, stringent regulations, fingerprinting, etc. while at the same time banning certain other firearms as a victory for RKBA...
 

South Africa: DA slates gun licence cost
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"The cost of obtaining a gun licence under the Firearms Control Act, which came into effect last week, will leave many South Africans defenceless against criminals, the Democratic Alliance said on Tuesday." ...

"The costs of obtaining a firearm license under the new act would be about R760."

"The license would cost R70, a competency certificate R140, and training about R550."

"This was 38% of the monthly income of an average household earning about R2 000, and more than a monthly state pension of R740 he said."

"The aim of the act was to control legal firearms, not to disarm law-abiding citizens."
 

Smith & Wesson hires adviser to restructure debt
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Smith & Wesson Holding Corp, parent of the gun maker of the same name, on Tuesday said it has hired investment bankers to help restructure its corporate debt.

Smith & Wesson said it has hired Merriman Curhan Ford & Co. to help find less expensive and more flexible financing.
 

VA: 7-year-old Virginia girl guns down a big snake
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"Seven-year-old Kayla Williamson was angry when she found a big black snake stealing eggs from the family's hen house."

"So she shot and killed it."

"It wasn't the first time Kayla showed skill with a gun. Last year, she killed a deer from 50 yards with one shot." ...

"Williamson said Kayla has spent countless hours shooting, starting when she was about 4. And he has emphasized gun safety, noting that his daughter only handles guns when he's with her. There is no minimum age for hunting in Virginia if under adult supervision."
 

UK: Double killing: the fourth man
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"A FOURTH man was jailed on Thursday after the brutal execution of two men in a Peckham estate agency."

"Junior Trace Bartley, 26, was sentenced to nine years for the manslaughter of Leroy McKain, 21, found dead in the Raul Road office. McKain was killed along with Ainsley Barrington in June 2002."

"Both men had been tortured and tied up before being shot in the head."
 

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