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NC: Fort Bragg soldier's gun-related charge predates U.S. Constitution
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/

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"The Fort Bragg soldier who forced a lockdown at Cross Creek Mall earlier this month was charged with a centuries-old misdemeanor known as going armed to the terror of the public."

"The charge dates to at least 1781, says Ronnie Mitchell, the lawyer for the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office."

"'It's a very ancient charge,' he said. 'It started even before the U.S. Constitution was adopted in 1787.'"

"Bryan Scott Wolfinger, 25, of the 2200 block of Ridge Manor Drive, was charged July 2 after he walked out of the mall with an AR-15 assault-type rifle."

"The misdemeanor is part of the state's constitution, Mitchell said." ...
 

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CCTV Captures Shootout Involving CNN Reporter, Lynne Russell
Albuquerque, NM - Officials have released surveillance video of the robbery turned shooting at a Motel 6 involving a former CNN anchor and reporter that left the thief dead, one of the victims seriously injured.

In the video the robber, Tomorio Watson, is seen wandering around the motel he walks past the rooms, talking on a cell phone. Then former CNN anchor Lynne Russell is seen leaving her room and walking to the parking lot to get something. All the while Watson is around the corner, out of sight watching.

As she returns, Watson pulls out his gun, waits a second and then attacks, pushing her into the room. (2:30)
 

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