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Gun Policy News


18 August 2000

Washington Post

Mario Guzman worked as a manager at Heckler & Koch in Sterling for about five years, handling high-powered weapons sold to police, gun dealers and Navy SEALs. But when some of the guns disappeared from the warehouse this spring, so did he. Now, Guzman, 27, who moved to New Jersey after his unexpected April resignation, is accused of taking 120 guns with him, federal law enforcement officials say. Already, 10 of the weapons have surfaced in northern New Jersey. A few... (

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