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United States

28 September 2009

Associated Press

SEATTLE — A Tacoma gun shop linked to the D.C. sniper case isn't getting its firearms license back. U.S. District Judge Ricardo S. Martinez ruled Friday the government properly revoked the license of Bull's Eye Shooter Supply, where John Allen Muhammad and teen accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo obtained weapons. The judge's ruling dealt with Brian Borgelt and Charles Carr, doing business as Bull's Eye Shooter Supply. A Tacoma gun shop called Bull's Eye Shooter Supply LLC,... (GunPolicy.org)

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