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Gun Policy News, 20 November 1998


20 November 1998

Herald Sun (Melbourne)

A coroner yesterday criticised police for failing to investigate reports that a man who killed three people had earlier stolen a gun. Coroner Iain West said it was "unsatisfactory" that police had failed to act on two separate reports that Neil Blandthorn, 47, had stolen his brother's gun and made death threats against his wife and her family. But he said the failure by Swan Hill police officers Sgt Calvin Atkins and Sen-Constable Stephen Bax to investigate the... (GunPolicy.org)

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Estados Unidos

20 November 1998

Join Together Online gun violence web site (Boston)

As analysts sift through all the reasons for the electoral backlash against the Republican Party on Nov. 3, one apparent explanation stands out clearly: Voters, especially in the East and West, are tired of gun violence. Prior to the election, Handgun Control, Inc.'s Voter Education Fund released a "Dangerous Dozen" list which identified 12 contests in which gun control was a clear issue. The list included 11 races for national and state office and a Florida ballot... (GunPolicy.org)

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Nueva Zelandia

20 November 1998

New Zealand Press Association

WELLINGTON — Gun lobby group, the Council of Licensed Firearms Owners, supports the lawsuit being taken against health provider Capital Coast Health (CCH) by two families of 1997 Raurimu shooting victims. Six people were shot and killed by Stephen Anderson near Raurimu Spiral Lodge at Raurimu, in the central North Island, on February 8 1997. Anderson, a CCH psychiatric patient, was charged with their murders, and last December found not guilty in the High Court at... (GunPolicy.org)

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