Five major retailers — Walmart, Amazon.com, Sears, Kmart and ACTA –agreed to pay $300,000 in penalties for selling thousands of toy guns prohibited by New York.
Almost two dozen members of the international Hispanic gang Mara Salvatrucha-13 have been sentenced under the RICO Act in the past several years.
NYT’s Timothy Egan has written an article, “Guns and the Two Americas,” with his take on gun violence in the US. Sorry to say, I found nothing surprising.
Kevin Lumpkin was a North Randall police officer when he supplied guns to two known felons and shot a hole in their wall, according to court documents.
After public outcry over the taking of a celebrity lion in Africa by a U.S. hunter, four Senate Dems are seeking to ban the importation of certain trophies collected overseas.
A terrorist left dead in the May attack on the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland was linked to a gun purchased in the controversial ATF gunwalking program.
Spokesman for the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Charles Webster said the gun buybacks have always been successful, but this year’s turnout broke last year’s record.
Kriss USA now offers updated square profile new barrel shrouds for their Vector Carbines. They’ve also developed a Canada-friendly version of their CRB.
Scouts in Maine are getting a chance to participate in the shooting sports on behalf of new suppressors, rifles and ammo contributed free of charge.
In criminal investigations, a useful question is cui bono—to whose benefit? But when considering laws, consider the opposite question: to whose harm.