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Rense * In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
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Wonder what ABC is hiding? If you click through on this article, you will find that it focuses on the former ABC reporter, and murderer, Vester Flannigan, an African American who committed suicide after murdering several people. It is a curious and interesting article that poses this key question: What is ABC hiding?
(NaturalNews) It has been weeks since Vester Lee Flanagan, also known as Bryce Williams, shot and killed two former co-workers ? TV journalist Alison Parker, 24, and her cameraman Adam Ward, 27 ? as they were doing a live report one morning for a…
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That’s one way to push gun sales to a record high.
Be watchful. The controversial Stand Your Ground law may become a more powerful defense. Florida wants to strengthen the law by putting the proof of dangerous intent on the prosecution, rather than requiring the defendant to prove self-defense.
In addition, if the prosecution cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the shooter was not acting in self-defense, they are required to award $200K towards the defendant’s legal costs.
The Young Turks break it down:
You Might Be Able To Get Paid $200,000 For Shooting Someone In Florida (Video)
“Any time somebody murders somebody, but it has to be with a gun… so you’re telling me, [if] I’m doing self-defense without a gun, it’s not allowed, it doesn’t get any protections. But if I have a gun, whoever has the gun is almost, by definition, thought to be completely innocent, and the state has the burden… [to prove otherwise]… A nearly…
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