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Gun Policy News


7 January 2000

Washington Post

A Maryland State Police lieutenant is suing his bosses, alleging that they are making him a scapegoat for the state's difficulties in preventing the sale of guns to people accused of domestic violence. Lt. David Barcroft, a 23-year state police veteran and the former assistant commander of communications services, was ordered last month to leave his job in Baltimore County and report to a new position on the Eastern Shore-a three-hour commute from his home. In a... (

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