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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Gun rights activists turn up heat on New York newspaper

In spite of the fact that gun rights activists retaliated against a New York newspaper that published the names and addresses of gun owners, the publisher and editors have decided to double down on the process and publish even more names and addresses.

When the paper, The Journal News, published its first round of names, gun owners retaliated by publishing the names, addresses, and phone numbers of newspaper personnel. This information is considered public and can be found in any courthouse in America.

Reporters for The Journal News, however, complained that publishing their information is a danger to their families and children...

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