U.S. Supreme Court Ruling makes it Harder to sue Police for Barging into Homes

In May, the United States Supreme Court unanimously sided with sheriff’s deputies in a legal dispute stemming from 2010 involving an innocent couple being shot while California deputies searched for a wanted man. The justices ordered a lower court to take another look at whether the deputies should be held liable for the shooting. The

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Two People Found Dead in Marijuana Related Home Invasion in Sacramento

Two people were found dead in a Sacramento street last Sunday after an attempted home invasion on a house that was growing marijuana illegally. The incident happened on the 5900 block of 68th Street, where the two dead bodies were found lying in the middle of the road. The identities of the two people killed

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Newspaper in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico is Forced to Close due to Violence Against Journalists

Being a journalist in Mexico is a hazardous career choice for those that choose to pursue that occupation. ABC News reports: The [Center to Protect Journalists] CPJ has identified at least 38 journalists who have been killed in Mexico since 1992 with the motive confirmed to be related to their work. The March 23rd death of journalist

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3% of Americans Own 50% of the Guns in America

In a recent Harvard-Northeastern survey of gun owners, they found that 78% of American adults don’t own any guns, while 19% legally own 50% of guns and another 3% also legally own the other 50%, is there really a gun epidemic? With just 22% of Americans legally owning all the guns in the United States,

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9th District Court of Appeals: Individual Has No Right To Carry Weapons In Public

In a 7-4 ruling an 11-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals said that people do not have a right to carry concealed weapons in public under the 2nd Amendment. The panel noted that applicants for concealed weapons permits must show an immediate danger beyond just self-defense. Gun owners indicate that they

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California Legislator To Limit Rifle & Shotgun Sales To 1 Per Month

Democrat Assemblyman Miguel Santiago of Los Angeles and former staffer to to Assembly Speaker John Perez has introduced legislation (AB 1674) caps the amount of firearms that may be purchased by a person at one per month. Santiago’s Press Release

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