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Gun Policy News, 6 March 2004

Haïti

6 March 2004

New York Times

GONAÏVES, Haiti — The unofficial chief of police in this city, the birthplace of the uprising that toppled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, is a hot-tempered young man named Wilfort Ferdinand, also known as T-Will. He spends his evenings drinking local rum with his deputies and girlfriends at the bar of a local hotel, a Haitian Secret Service badge dangling from his neck. He spends his days policing the city's streets, his lieutenant Billy Augustin by his side.... (GunPolicy.org)

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Canada

6 March 2004

Calgary Herald (Alberta)

The government review of the federal gun registry may not be complete prior to an anticipated May election, says the minister reviewing the controversial program. Despite widespread expectations Prime Minister Paul Martin launched the review to flesh out a new Liberal policy on the firearms program before an election, Albina Guarnieri, the minister in charge, said Friday that is not part of the plan. "We're not doing this for the election," Guarnieri, minister of... (GunPolicy.org)

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