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UPDATE: ZIMMERMAN NOT ARRESTED No Gun INVOLVED

The estranged wife of George Zimmerman opted not to press charges against her husband Monday after police in Florida responded to her sobbing 911 call reporting he had punched her father and was threatening them with a gun.   "I'm really scared,'' Shellie Zimmerman can be heard telling Lake Mary, Fla., police in an audio recording of a 911 call placed around 2 p.m. Monday to authorities in the suburb n ...

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GEORGE ZIMMERMAN TAKEN INTO CUSTODY

LAKE MARY, Fla. -   George Zimmerman was being questioned Monday in Central Florida after his estranged wife called police saying he threatened her with a gun.     Lake Mary police say they were called around 2:to the Sprucewood Road home of Shellie Zimmerman's parents, David and Machelle Dean. Lake Mary police spokesman Zach Hudson said police are "trying to determine what exactly happened." ...

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Iowa Granting GUN PERMITS To … The BLIND

  Here’s some news that has law enforcement officials and lawmakers scratching their heads:   Iowa is granting permits to acquire or carry guns in public to people who are legally or completely blind.   No one questions the legality of the permits. State law does not allow sheriffs to deny an Iowan the right to carry a weapon based on physical ability.   The quandary centers squarely on ...

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NRA SUIT: NSA SPYING CREATES ‘GUN REGISTRY’

The National Rifle Association has joined a lawsuit against the federal government's sweeping surveillance program, claiming the collection of phone records and other data violates First Amendment rights and amounts to an illegal gun registry.   In supporting the American Civil Liberties Union's lawsuit, the NRA on Wednesday filed a supporting brief arguing the National Security Agency's datamining "co ...

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Woman Kills Hitman Hired by Husband

An Oregon man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday after hiring another man to kill his wife. Susan Kuhnhausen fought off the hit man and actually strangled the attacker with her bare hands killing him. In September 2006, Susan found an intruder in her southeast Portland home. "I saw a man step out of the shadows and he began to hit me in the head and the face with a hammer," said Kuhnhausen. For the ...

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CHILD TAKEN Because FATHER READ GUN MAGAZINE

Government-run gun confiscation kickback program exposed Reading a hunting magazine in New York may lead your doctor to consider you a threat. In a series of events, which amplify the fallacy of the “see something, say something” snitch campaign, Ulster County resident Damir Juric’s visit to the hospital destroyed his life. In a YouTube interview, Juric said he was given a hunting magazine to read while at ...

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Utah Sheriffs Warn Obama They’ll Die To Defend Second Amendment

In the most strident warning over gun control to President Obama yet, the Utah Sheriffs' Association is pledging to go to war over any administration plan to take guns away, even if it means losing their lives. Calling the Second Amendment a sacred right of citizens to protect themselves from "tyrannical subjugation," the association state elected sheriffs said in a new letter, "we are prepared to trade our ...

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BREAKING: Obama To Implement Two More Executive Actions On Guns

Fresh off a Tuesday meeting with 16 big-city mayors where he said he’d continue to do everything in his power to combat gun violence, President Obama announced on Thursday that he would add two new executive actions to his overall gun control agenda. One executive action would block the importation of surplus military weapons by private entities and the other would close a loophole that allows individuals t ...

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***ALERT*** OBAMA BYPASSES CONGRESS — COMING FOR OUR AFTER GUNS…

WASHINGTON (AP) — Striving to take action where Congress would not, the Obama administration announced new steps Thursday on gun control, curbing the import of military surplus weapons and proposing to close a little-known loophole that lets felons and others circumvent background checks by registering guns to corporations.   Four months after a gun control drive collapsed spectacularly in the Senate, ...

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mproved RFID Technology in Smart Guns Threatens Second Amendment

The development of RFID (radio frequency identification) chips (here shown next to a grain of rice) has advanced to the point where gun makers will shortly be offering “smart guns” for sale in the United States, according to Anthony Gucciardi, who has been watching the movement with increasing concern for years. The advancement will allow the manufacturer and the federal government to “turn off” the firearm ...

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