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Canada

16 March 2010

Vancouver Sun

Experts say nothing in Canadian law would have stopped David Lloyd Burns from owning guns, even though he had been convicted of stabbing a man to death in the 1970s in a fight over spilled beer. The 54-year-old former Manitoban walked into Great West Chrysler on Friday morning, shot and killed one colleague, critically wounded another and then killed himself, witnesses say. The shooting happened 36 years and four days after Burns stabbed to death 18-year-old Garvin... (GunPolicy.org)

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