Sunday, December 10, 2006

IN: Woman fears for life after son kills intruder: "One day after an her son killed one of two intruders who forced his way into her house, a Gary mother says she fears for her life. 'I'm fearful because I don't know who that guy was and I don't know who his people are,' she said. ... The homeowner, a truck driver for the city of Gary, was eating pizza with her 21-year-old son and his friend about 5:40 p.m. Friday when someone knocked on the door. When her son's friend opened the door to see who it was, two men forced their way and put a gun to his head. Immediately, her son ran downstairs to grab a gun while she took refuge in a first-floor bedroom. Scott asked where everyone was and then said he was going to kill everyone there. That's when her 21-year-old son emerged from the basement and started firing his weapon, striking Scott. The second intruder fled."

SAF lawsuit defends rights of citizens living abroad : "The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a lawsuit in federal court in Ohio, challenging the 'sporting purpose' limitation for firearms sales in this country, and supporting the constitutional right of American citizens living abroad to legally purchase firearms while in this country. SAF and co-plaintiff Stephen Dearth of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, a native citizen of the United States, are represented by the law firms of Gura & Possessky (Virginia) and Squire, Sanders & Dempsey (Ohio)."

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