Airline pilot loses his license to carry for posting a video

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According to News10 ( ) this pilot posted a video that he made inside an airport. As a result of this, his Federally-issued handgun was taken away, and his local Sheriff revoked his license to carry (California).

Sheriff who recently refused to renew some concealed handgun licenses is indicted on 25 counts

<img src="" align="right" width="120">WCMH (NBC Columbus) reported recently that Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly, who just weeks ago made headlines for refusing to renew some current concealed handgun license-holders, has been indicted by a grand jury on 25 counts.

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According to the indictment, Kelly, 63, was indicted on the following charges:

Three counts of theft in office, a fourth-degree felony

Mayor in NY says Gun Control makes bad situation worse

<img src=" align="right" height="240">I’m the mayor of one of the largest cities in the Hudson Valley, just 90 minutes north of New York City.

Federal Court Says ‘Good Cause’ Requirement for Conceal-Carry Permits Violates the Second Amendment

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit handed gun rights advocates a major victory today by invalidating San Diego, California’s requirement that conceal-carry permits only be issued to those gun owners who have a “good cause” to carry a concealed gun in public. According to local officials, “one’s personal safety is not considered good cause.” In his opinion for a divided three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit, Judge Diarmuid F. O'Scannlain rejected the local government’s approach as an unconstitutional infringement on the Second Amendment.

Police Shoot, Kill 80-Year-Old Man In His Own Bed, Don't Find the Drugs They Were Looking For

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In the early morning hours of June 27, 2013, a team of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies pulled up to the home of Eugene Mallory, an 80-year-old retired engineer living in the rural outskirts of Los Angeles county with his wife Tonya Pate and stepson Adrian Lamos.

DroneShield: alerts you to nearby drones

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DroneShield is a low-cost, easy-to-use device that detects the presence of nearby drones (including RC helicopters, quadrotors, etc) and issues alerts via email, sms, and a flashing light. The goal is to help preserve privacy from low-cost remote-control air vehicles with video cameras.

Firearms stolen from unmarked police car

BROOKLYN PARK, Md. —Police in Anne Arundel County are working to find some guns that were stolen from an unmarked police car on Friday.

Authorities said the officer parked his car in front of his home in Brooklyn Park on Thursday, and when he returned to it Friday, the guns were gone.

The officer said the driver's side door and trunk were left open.

Investigators said a Colt 223 rifle and a Sig Saure [sic] SRT .40-caliber service weapon were taken, as well as ammunition and a ballistic vest.

The items had been secured in the trunk of the vehicle.

‘Ridiculous’: How a Firefighter Ended Up in Handcuffs While Helping Victims at Scene of Serious Car Accident

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While responding to a Tuesday night rollover accident in Chula Vista, Calif., a police officer and firefighter got into a dispute over where the fire engine should park. It ended with the uniformed firefighter in handcuffs.

The California Highway Patrol officer reportedly ordered the firefighter, identified as Jacob Gregoir, to move the fire engine off the center divide or he would be arrested. As he worked the scene and checked the overturned car for more victims, he reportedly told the unidentified officer that he would have to check with his captain.

That’s when the officer decided to detain the firefighter instead.

New surveillance technology can track everyone in an area for several hours at a time

<img src=" align="right">DAYTON, Ohio — Shooter and victim were just a pair of pixels, dark specks on a gray streetscape. Hair color, bullet wounds, even the weapon were not visible in the series of pictures taken from an airplane flying two miles above.

SWAT Team Violates Homeowner’s Rights

<img src="" align="right">A Jacksonville homeowner thought she may have been robbed Sunday, but realized instead her home had been altered by a SWAT team.

Deborah Franz was told to leave her home by police during a standoff with her neighbor over the weekend. According to WTEV-TV, Franz overheard loud fighting next door, and then saw SWAT team members swarm the street.

“The cop goes ‘You all need to leave, you can’t be in your house,’” Franz told the station.


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