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Gun Policy News, 24 December 2002


24 December 2002

Mirror (UK)

Mark Owen stands stock still, his T-shirt covered in fake blood and an AK-47 in his hand, looking into the camera. Alongside him seven other famous faces adopt the same pose. These dramatic pictures illustrate a new Oxfam-Daily Mirror campaign to stop British gun- runners selling arms to warzones. Lifting the decommissioned gun, former Take That star Mark says: "Even holding this gun, you feel the fear and its power. Guns are for taking lives. If we can stop half the... (

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24 December 2002

Sacramento Bee (California)

SAN FRANCISCO — Dressed in riot gear, six special agents from the California Department of Justice met in a Fisherman's Wharf office here the other day — it's three floors above tourists and Christmas shoppers — to plot their latest gun raid. Ignatius Chinn, supervisor for the Sunday-before-Christmas mission, told his men to go easy. They were after firearms they believed a 42-year-old man with a history of violence was keeping illegally. But they wanted to do... (

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24 December 2002

Post-Courier (Port Moresby)

Huli people at Tari in Southern Highlands Province have surrendered 20 home-made guns, two factory made guns and one SLR military sniper rifle to police last Wednesday. Inspector Tinga Gairay of Police Mobile Squad 2 based at Kobalu said the people had done well to surrender the weapons to police. Insp Gairay said initially it had been difficult for the villagers to surrender the arms but after they had been persuaded to embrace peace and the chance to return their... (

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