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Police apologize for stopping team bus
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Police apologize for stopping team bus
Falls swim coach handcuffed after woman mistakenly saw gun

By Jacqueline Seibel and Linda Spice
of the Journal Sentinel staff
Last Updated: Sept. 14, 2000

Gun-toting officers stopped a bus carrying a suburban girls swim team, handcuffed their coach and ordered him to his knees while investigating an erroneous report that the vehicle had been hijacked - prompting a formal apology to all involved

U.S. snags 1st gold medal of Games Nancy Johnson wins women's 10-meter air-rifle competition
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Saturday, September 16, 2000
Nancy Johnson wins first gold of Sydney Games

Associated Press

SYDNEY, Australia Nancy Johnson wanted to shoot arrows as a child, but the lack of a local range steered her elsewhere.

That switch to the rifle range produced the first gold medal of the Sydney Olympics. Johnson won the women's 10-meter air rifle competition Saturday (Friday night CDT).

MRI 'Disarms' Rochester Police Officer
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Entering a hospital room to get a magnetic resonance imaging test, Sgt. William Benwitz has his handgun yanked from him by the high-powered magnet. And the gun discharges!

Americans have the right and advantage of being armed - unlike the citizens of other countries whose governments are afraid to trust the people with arms. James Madison, The Federalist Papers No. 46 at 243-244.

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