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Media/politicians mislead public to push through gun laws

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Media/politicians mislead public to push through gun laws I continue to follow the plethora of gun articles and editorials (both for and against) portrayed by this newspaper since that unthinkable tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and most recently since the newly enacted NY SAFE Act. On a number of occasions, I would find myself so terribly disgusted by the manner in which the liberal media portrays the law-abiding gun owner that I have started ...

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January 27, 2013
12:54 a.m.

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Was this proofed before posting? The MSNBC video he refers to as "further investigation into the Connecticut shooting" was less than a day after the shooting when no one knew the details of what guns were used and MSNBC was dead wrong in their reports. Wait a month and some people whose clear intention is to get their way by deceiving the public and trying to make the mainstream media look bad, just rehashed this old video because it says (wrongly) what they want it to say. And then blame the media for (correctly) later saying that the Bushmaster rifle was the one used in killings, as if the truth is some attack on gun rights. This video has been circulating among those on the right as "late breaking news from MSNBC", doing their best to conceal the fact it's long-since disproven news. So much so that the Connecticut State Police had to put out a press release last week ( ) clarifying just what weapons were used. This letter is a parody of the truth and frankly embarrassing that The Gazette would print it without such a disclaimer.

January 27, 2013
9:15 a.m.

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Dan good point, nobody knows for sure what really happened yet so why have laws already be shoved down our throats to prevent an incident that is not fully understood.