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October 28th, 2013

BIometric gun cabinets, NOw you know what i mean.

October 28th, 2013

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Buzzwholesale ltd on how to rise with the times and concore. ( sc)

October 28th, 2013

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October 28th, 2013

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mail workings go on strike with shares, ( time to get a parcel-drop-box)

October 16th, 2013

Royal Mail workers to go on strike

Royal Mail workers have voted to go on national 24-hour strike on 4 November.

The vote, which the Communication Workers Union (CWU) said was four to one in favour, would be the first national strike at Royal Mail in almost four years.

They are holding the strike to protect workers’ current terms and conditions at the privatised Royal Mail.

Royal Mail staff were given free shares in the company, in an attempt to improve labour relations.

On Tuesday Royal Mail confirmed that full-time staff would receive 725 shares, worth

Lock your Guns Away ( offcer” saw gun in Hand ” )

October 16th, 2013

Mark Duggan inquest: Officer ‘saw gun in hand’

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The police marksman who shot and killed Mark Duggan in north London has told an inquest he felt he’d had no option but to defend himself

The police officer who shot Mark Duggan said he saw him holding a handgun and believed he was going to shoot, an inquest has heard.

The officer, identified only as V53, said Mr Duggan held the gun at hip level and “crossed a line in the sand”.

V53, who had been carrying an MP5 sub-machine gun and a 9mm Glock pistol, said he had been in “hard stops” before but had never had cause to shoot.

Mr Duggan, 29, was shot in Tottenham in 2011, sparking riots across England.

V53 told the Royal Courts of Justice that he was travelling as part of an undercover police convoy and received confirmation that Mr Duggan was armed.

‘Freeze-frame moment’

He said the police used “two tones” to bring the minicab Mr Duggan was travelling in to a stop. He then revealed police badges on his clothes, as well as shouting “armed police”.

In Monday’s evidence, the minicab driver denied hearing any instructions or seeing any police identification.

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V53 gave evidence for nearly five hours, in a courtroom closed to the public and media.

His voice only wavered when he said that the events of that day had affected not just the Duggan family but his own.

Again and again he said he had “an honestly held belief” that he had acted correctly.

One of the key things the jury has been told it might consider is whether Mr Duggan was in fact armed and a threat as the police say he was.

A Duggan family lawyer suggested to V53 that the reason the gun “disappeared” after he was shot was that he wasn’t actually holding one in the first place, to which V53 replied: “That’s complete rubbish.”

He was also asked why he’d refused interviews with the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

He said putting pen to paper was the best way of getting his evidence across.

V53 said he saw Mr Duggan jump out of the minicab and shouted for him to stand still.

Describing it as a “freeze-frame moment”, he said Mr Duggan turned towards him holding a handgun with his forearm parallel to the ground, pointing left across his body.

He said: “The only tunnel vision I had was his right hand and the gun in his hand.”

The officer said he “brought [his] weapon up and discharged one round”.

“The round has impacted Mr Duggan on the right chest,” he said.

He added that Mr Duggan then “flinched away and the gun was then pointing towards me”.

“I’m thinking ‘he’s gonna shoot me’ so fired a second round into [his] arm.”

Weapon ‘disappeared’

V53 said that after the shooting, Mr Duggan had a “sucking chest wound” and was breathing for about two minutes before becoming unresponsive.

The officer said he performed CPR and chest compressions until a female paramedic arrived. He said he then looked for the gun he had seen Mr Duggan holding.

He said he could not find it, adding that it had “disappeared”. A weapon was later found behind a wall.

Mark Duggan mannequin A mannequin demonstrated where Mark Duggan was shot

Asked whether Mr Duggan had moved towards him before he fired the gun, V53 replied: “I don’t remember him taking any steps towards me,” before adding, “I was absolutely sure that Mark Duggan never fired a shot”

The court was shown a mannequin to demonstrate where Mr Duggan was wounded. It showed that one shot went horizontally through his bicep and another diagonally down through the chest.

Barrister Leslie Thomas, who is representing the Duggan family, suggested that V53 shot Mr Duggan in the gun-holding arm first – and so could not have remained a threat before the second shot in the chest.

But V53 replied several times that he shot Mr Duggan in the chest first, in accordance with training, and the man fell backwards after he shot him, despite Mr Thomas suggesting he fell forward.

He told the hearing: “It’s 804 days since this happened. I am 100% sure he was in possession of a gun at shot one and shot two.”

In one of several earlier statements V53 made to the police, he said: “It’s a day I’ll never forget… and hopefully will never ever happen again.”

He added: “The Duggan family didn’t start the riots, I didn’t start the riots.”

During the incident V53′s colleague, W42 was shot, but not seriously injured.

The marksman, who joined the Metropolitan Police in 1997, is testifying in a courtroom closed to members of the public and the press. An audio feed of his voice was relayed to a separate room.

Royal mail shares hit a massive boom,

October 14th, 2013


Nearly 150,000 Royal Mail staff were sitting on shareholdings worth more than

GUN laws change ( biometric finger print ) the new way

October 1st, 2013

Gun Sales Soar Ahead Of New Firearms Law

A new state law will require handgun buyers to be fingerprinted and ban 45 types of assault weapons being sold.

US-POLITICS-GUNS-NRA45 types of assault weapons will no longer be available

Residents in Maryland have been buying guns in record numbers before a new law comes in on Tuesday aimed at keeping firearms away from criminals and the mentally ill.

Opponents say the legislation will make it harder for citizens to exercise the Second Amendment, which guarantees an individual’s right to gun ownership.

The law will require handgun buyers to be fingerprinted, making Maryland the sixth state to do so after Connecticut, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York.

It will also stop someone who has been involuntarily committed to a mental health facility owning a firearm.

Some 45 types of assault weapons will be banned, although people who already own them will be able to keep them, which has led to a huge increase in sales before Tuesday’s deadline.

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Guns with magazines holding more than 10 bullets will be banned

Maryland State Police have received 106,772 gun purchase applications so far this year, compared with 70,099 applications last year – the previous annual record.

“There’s never been this kind of increase,” said state police spokesman Greg Shipley. He said people have been applying for guns at the rate of about 1,000 a day over the past two weeks.

Frank Loane, owner of Pasadena Pawn and Gun in Pasadena, said it has been his best year for firearm sales in the seven years he has run the store.

“Everybody’s trying to get in to either get an assault rifle or a handgun that they’ve always wanted, and they know the deadline is coming,” he said.