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Gun Policy News, 10 January 1999

Australie

10 January 1999

Sunday Mail (Brisbane)

Guns linked to a major illegal gun racket in Queensland were used in a gruesome Sydney double murder. The two handguns used in the Bankstown shootout had been sold by a licensed Queensland gun dealer. Police investigating a major illegal gun racket say guns sold by licensed Queensland dealers are flooding the black market. In one case, a licensed Brisbane southside gun dealer has been questioned over the disappearance of 77 pistols and revolvers and 12 rifles from... (GunPolicy.org)

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Australie

10 January 1999

Sunday Mail (Brisbane)

Guns linked to a major illegal gun racket in Queensland were used in a gruesome Sydney double murder. The two handguns used in the Bankstown shootout had been sold by a licensed Queensland gun dealer. Police investigating a major illegal gun racket say guns sold by licensed Queensland dealers are flooding the black market. In one case, a licensed Brisbane southside gun dealer has been questioned over the disappearance of 77 pistols and revolvers and 12 rifles from... (GunPolicy.org)

Lire l'article complet : Sunday Mail (Brisbane)

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Australie

10 January 1999

Sunday Mail (Brisbane)

Callous gun dealers are making a mockery of Australia's gun laws, toughened after the Port Arthur massacre. Our report today reveals a black market in handguns and rifles being sold interstate, allegedly by Queensland gun dealers. Some have subsequently been used by murderers. The hands of police are tied by the delay in establishing a national registry database to trace the movement of guns interstate. Every gun must be registered with state police but the lack of a... (GunPolicy.org)

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