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CBS News uncovers audio about '3rd rifle' as WA gun owners outnumber CeaseFire 69:1

BREAKING: Audio uncovered about 3rd Terry crime scene rifle

CBS News has uncovered an audio recording of a conversation between an Arizona gun dealer and a lead investigator in Operation Fast and Furious that tends to confirm a third gun was recovered at the scene of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry’s murder last December.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/breaking-audio-uncovered-a...

Article by Dave Workman

SOF Daily Update - 19 September, 2011

NEW YORK TIMES AT RISK DUE TO ITS BIAS?
Dave Workman discusses whether the anti-gun bias of the New York Times has placed that paper's future at risk.
http://www.sofmag.com/ny-times-anti-gun-extremism-threatens-relevancy

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NY Times' anti-gun extremism threatens relevancy

NY Times’ anti-gun extremism threatens its relevancy

Newspapers, even those in the Pacific Northwest, must rely on a handful of principles in order to stay in business: Accuracy, credibility and reliability are near the top.

http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-in-seattle/ny-times-anti-gun-extremis...

Article by Dave Workman

Gunmen Kill 36 in Burundi Bar Attack

Burundi's president is vowing to track down gunmen who opened fire in a bar near the Congolese border late Sunday, killing at least 36 people.

President Pierre Nkurunziza said Monday the attackers are believed to have crossed the border from Congo, although authorities have not yet determined who was behind the massacre.

Witnesses says assailants burst into the pub late Sunday, ordered patrons to the ground and began shooting. The raid took place in Gatumba, about 15 kilometers west of the capital, Bujumbura and about five kilometers from eastern Congo.

Bomb Targets Pakistani Police Official, 8 Killed

A Taliban suicide bomber has detonated a vehicle packed with explosives outside the house of a senior police official in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi, killing at least eight people.

Monday's attack killed six police officers guarding the police official's house. A teacher and her son, who were passing by, were also killed in the blast.

The Pakistan Taliban claimed responsibility for the bombing, which targeted Senior Superintendent of Police Chaudhry Aslam.

Aslam escaped unharmed and later told reporters that he will not be deterred by Monday's "cowardly act."

Libya's NTC Fighters Beaten Back by Gadhafi Loyalists

Libya's provisional authority fighters are facing continued resistance in Moammar Gadhafi's remaining strongholds, a day after National Transitional Council leaders delayed announcing a new government.

Pro-Gadhafi forces used heavy gunfire to repel NTC fighters Monday near the northern gate of the heavily fortified town of Bani Walid.

The Gadhafi loyalists have beaten back repeated assaults as NTC fighters try to regroup outside the town for a new attack.

Pakistani Troops, Taliban Battle for Drone Wreckage

Pakistani intelligence officials say government troops and Taliban militants fought Sunday for possession of debris from a suspected U.S. drone that crashed in the South Waziristan tribal region.

The officials say at least two militants were killed and one Pakistani soldier was wounded in the battle for the wreckage of the sophisticated aircraft that went down late Saturday near the Jangara village. The Pakistani Taliban says it shot down the drone, but Pakistani officials said a technical fault may have caused the crash. Drone crashes inside Pakistan are rare.

Commandos kill an estimated 70 insurgents

Commandos killed an estimated 70 insurgents during clearing operations in Pol-e Rostam and Alwagal villages, Barg-e Matal district, Sept. 16.

The commandos conducted the clearing operations to disrupt insurgent activity and demonstrate the government of Afghanistan’s ability to place security forces into remote insurgent safe havens.