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Gun Policy News

Canada

7 May 2010

Kamloops Daily News (British Colombia), Editorial

The case of a father who wants to take possession of the rifle that killed his son presents an interesting conundrum for the courts. Paul Vallely, whose 17-year-old son Joshua killed himself with a .22 owned by the father in January, wants the rifle back from the RCMP. The elder Vallely argues the firearm is an heirloom that's been in the family for generations. Other family members, including Joshua Vallely's mother and stepfather, feel differently — they want the... (GunPolicy.org)

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