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United States

18 June 2007

Houston Chronicle (Texas) / AP

RICHMOND, Virginia — Sen. Jim Webb has admitted that he owns a gun that an aide was arrested for carrying into the U.S. Capitol complex in March. Webb previously had refused to say whether the gun was his, although his senior aide — Phillip Thompson — had told police the weapon belonged to the Democratic senator. "It's my gun," Webb told the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Sunday. But how and why it was in Thompson's possession remains unclear. Webb said he didn't... (GunPolicy.org)

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