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Albany pastor: Gun control alone won’t avert tragedy

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Friends of a troubled University at Albany student became concerned when they learned he had a semiautomatic rifle stowed at his off-campus apartment. They called the gun buyback program operated at the Victory Christian Church in April 2010, and then turned in the Ruger Mini-14 they were able to secure the following day. Pastor Charlie Muller remembers the incident vividly, largely because he suspects those friends helped to prevent a tragedy like the one at ...

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dziolkow
December 18, 2012
5:59 a.m.

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the real problem is the culture of violence created by Hollywood liberals in search of $$, watch TV for a week and see how many people are shot, killed, tortured and subjected to a host of other awful crimes. How about that show called REVENGE? Try watching SCANDAL. Same goes for the movies and video games.

FrankLowe
December 18, 2012
6:31 a.m.

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Dziolkow, There are many factors that contribute to violence. What you've described above is certainly one of the major factors.

wmarincic
December 18, 2012
5:03 p.m.

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There is already a NYS law against clips that hold more than 10 rounds, yes you may have pre 1996 30 round clips but must be able to prove they are pre 1996.

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