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Gun Policy News


27 October 2002

Sacramento Bee (California), Opinion

A sniper terrorizing Washington D.C. and surrounding counties has indirectly sent a political shiver up the spine of California's top law enforcement officer, a longtime advocate of gun control who suddenly finds himself a reluctant partner of the National Rifle Association. The NRA has been quoting a study by Attorney General Bill Lockyer's Justice Department that was strongly critical of so-called ballistic fingerprinting, the process that seeks to use computers to... (

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