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Federal prison terms imposed for illegal possession of firearms



Two Augusta area men have recently been sentenced to federal prison terms for illegal possession of firearms.

The indicted cases are being investigated part of Project Safe Neighborhoods in collaboration with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, according to a news release from U.S...

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  1. As a prior member of the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association of America, I can advise you that we have long supported the fullest prosecution of those who choose to illegally possess/use firearms. Honest, law abiding Americans have never been the problem and inanimate objects are certainly not the source of violence. Violence is purely the result of a cultural deficit on the part of some people.

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