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Gun Policy News, 23 November 2009

Estados Unidos

23 November 2009

New York Times

Against a backdrop of recent shootings of bystanders, including a 13-year-old boy from Queens and a 15-year-old girl from the Bronx, city officials and members of a civil rights group took action against gun violence on Monday, albeit in different ways and at different events. At City Hall, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and other officials announced they had broken up an illegal gun-sales operation in Brooklyn, while in Times Square and cities across the country, the... (GunPolicy.org)

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Islas Marianas del Norte

23 November 2009

Saipan Tribune

Investigators recovered several notes that indicated that the gunman planned Friday's shooting rampage that left five people dead, including the suspect, and eight others wounded. Department of Public Safety spokesman Jason Tarkong said yesterday that detectives from the DPS Criminal Investigation Division found several notes left by the suspect, Zhong Ren Li. Tarkong said the 42-year-old Li was the alleged caretaker of the shooting range, which has been closed for... (GunPolicy.org)

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Islas Marianas del Norte

23 November 2009

Saipan Tribune

It was supposedly Dolores Naputi's fourth birthday party at their residence in Kannat Tabla Friday, but it quickly turned into tragedy. Dolores survived with a gunshot wound to the left chest. She is now in stable condition and started talking after being released from the Commonwealth Health Center's intensive care unit yesterday at about 3:30pm. Dolores' mother, Kollin Deleon Guerrero, 26, was at her bedside at CHC along with relatives and friends when Saipan... (GunPolicy.org)

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Filipinas

23 November 2009

Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine National Police on Monday urged the Senate to ratify a House bill seeking to impose stiffer penalties over holders and users of illegal firearms. PNP Director General Jesus Verzosa called on Senate to ratify House bill 6776, a measure that would impose stiffer penalties for illegal possession of firearms and light weapons, amending some provisions of Presidential Decree 1866. The bill has been ratified at the House on the third... (GunPolicy.org)

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