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A PROPOSED BAN ON CARRYING GUNS IN NEWTOWN HAS BEEN BLOCKED BY TOWN LEGISLATORS WHO SAID THEY CANNOT PREEMPT STATE LAW. THE DECISION REACHED WEDNESDAY NIGHT BY NEWTOWN’S LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL IS A VICTORY FOR THE FIREARMS INDUSTRY TRADE ASSOCIATION, WHOSE HEADQUARTERS IN NEWTOWN HAS BEEN THE TARGET OF HOMEGROWN DEMONSTRATIONS, AND A VICTORY FOR THE SOUTHBURY-BASED CONNECTICUT CITIZENS DEFENSE LEAGUE, WHOSE MEMBERS HAVE WORN FIREARMS TO COUNTERPROTEST GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION RALLIES IN NEWTOWN.POLICE IN WISCONSIN HAVE SPOKEN OUT TO STOP THE CRIMINAL HARASSMENT OF A PRIEST WHO HAS BEEN HECKLED AND VANDALIZED FOR HUNTING DEER, TO HELP FEED THE HUNGRY, ON THE PRIVATE GROUNDS OF THE 160-ACRE ABBEY WHERE HE RESIDES. THE DE PERE POLICE DEPARTMENT SAYS THAT THE HARASSMENT TOWARD FATHER JORDAN NEECK HAS STOPPED SINCE THE NORBERTINE PRIEST FILED A POLICE REPORT AND AUTHORITIES SHARED THE STORY WITH LOCAL MEDIA LAST WEEK.THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDFIRE REPORTS A NEARLY 10% INCREASE FOR HUNTING LICENSES FROM LAST YEAR, WHICH REVERSES A DECLINING TREND OVER THE PAST FEW DECADES. HUNTING GROUPS SAY LAWS AROUND AMMUNITION BACKGROUND CHECKS AND PHASING OUT LEAD AMMUNITION CONTRIBUTED TO A DECLINE IN HUNTING OVER THE YEARS.BLACK FRIDAY SAW OVER 186,000 BACKGROUND CHECKS CONDUCTED FOR THE PURCHASE OF FIREARMS, THE FOURTH HIGHEST SINGLE-DAY TOTAL IN HISTORY. THE ENTIRE HOLIDAY WEEKEND SAW MORE THAN 417,000 CHECKS, ACCORDING TO NEW DATA FROM THE NATIONAL SHOOTING SPORTS FOUNDATION (NSSF).A WISCONSIN COURT COMMISSIONER OVERSEEING THE CASE OF A TEENAGER ACCUSED OF KILLING TWO PEOPLE AND INJURING A THIRD DURING PROTESTS IN KENOSHA, WIS., THIS SUMMER, HAS DENIED DEFENSE ATTORNEYS' REQUEST TO DISMISS TWO OF THE SIX CHARGES FACING KYLE RITTTENHOUSE. DURING A PRELIMINARY HEARING CONDUCTED VIA VIDEO LINK THURSDAY, KENOSHA COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT COMMISSIONER LOREN KEATING ALSO SAID HE FOUND ENOUGH EVIDENCE THAT SUPPORT THE CHARGES AGAINST RITTENHOUSE, 17, FOR THE CASE TO PROCEED TO TRIAL.

CA – HOME DEFENSE – Husband of LA district attorney facing charges for pulling gun on BLM protestors at his house

The husband of Los Angeles County’s first black district attorney has been hit with three charges of assault with a firearm stemming from him pulling a gun when an estimated 30 Black Lives Matter activists showed up at the couple’s home demanding to see his wife earlier this year. The Los Angeles Times reported that David Lacey, husband of L.A. county chief prosecutor Jackie Lacey, was charged by the California attorney general’s office over an incident in early March where he was recorded on video brandishing a gun at protestors who showed up on his front porch calling for a meeting with his wife. On March 2, a Black Lives Matter representative named Melina Abdullah rang the doorbell of the Lacey household, and Mr. Lacey came to the door. He is seen pointing a gun during the confrontation, telling the activists to get off his porch and warning them that he was prepared to shoot them. Mrs. Lacey later said that her husband was “profoundly sorry” for the exchange, adding, “I do not believe it is fair or right for protestors to show up at the homes of people who dedicate their lives to public service. It was just him and I in that house and we really didn’t know what was about to happen.” In an interview released by CNN last month, Mrs. Lacey condemned the radical views pushed by some Black Lives Matters activists, including the defunding of police. The Hill reported that following the news of Mr. Lacey’s criminal charges, his attorney, Samuel Tyre said in a statement that he was “disappointed” that his client’s actions were considered “criminal behavior.” “We disagree entirely with their assessment,” Tyre argued, adding, “but we have the utmost faith in the justice system, and we are confident that the correct result will be reached.” Mr. Lacey’s case has similarities to another case happening in the middle of the country which also involves a couple defending their home against protesters.  [full article]

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