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New York Newspaper to Release More Names of Gun Permit Owners After Uproar

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 1:17 PM
RGR24 Wrote: 3 minutes ago (1:07 PM) Home invasions by strangers almost never happen, /////// SAVANNAH, GA - The murder of one East 54th Street man in his late 40's has many neighbors wanting answers. Milton Moffett was found shot to death inside of his home at 1323 East 54th Street around 2pm Saturday by Island Precinct officers. Witnesses at the scene tell WJCL they heard several gunshots and immediately called the police. Neighbors in this community say they were shocked to find that a homicide happened in their neighborhood. “We got a call to check on a man living in this home and when they did arrive they found that he was dead from gunshot wounds. This is a homicide,” confirms PIO Julian Miller, SCMPD.
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 1:18 PM
Tyrone Sampson says that Moffett was a former employee of his and was also a hard worker.

“I couldn't believe it because he wasn't the violent type. I never heard him arguing with anybody. He was a hard worker all the way to the door. I know how the Devil can intervene and take your life at the most unexpected time,” says Sampson.

Close family friend and neighbor Virginia Bazemore is still in shock by the untimely death.

“He was the most nicest, kindest person you'd ever want to meet. He took care of his mother lock stock and barrel,’’says Bazemore

Following the shooting in Newtown, CT a suburban New York newspaper sparked quite an uproar among gun enthusiasts by publishing names and addresses of residents who held pistol permits. Now this same newspaper is looking to publish even more names.

More names and addresses will bed added to a map that was originally posted on Christmas Eve in the Journal News from White Plains, NY. The first map listed thousands of pistol permit holders in Westchester and Rockland county, which are just north of New York City.

Along with an article entitled "The gun owner next door: What...