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Thursday, December 04, 2008

Police chief, gun club indicted in boy’s Uzi death

Reckless endangerment, violence, suicide, and stupidity have long been the trademark of these right-wing gun rights groups. Connecticut third-grader Christopher Bizilj, who was under supervision of his dad and an instructor, died Oct. 26 after he lost control of a 9mm Micro Uzi and shot himself in the head.

Now the police chief and gun club are being held liable for the reckless endangerment causing the boy's death. Sure, you have the right to own guns, but you better be prepared to accept the responsibility when things go wrong (Example 1, 2).

And the decimation of the white race continues from the reckless, violent, and suicidal policies of the right-wingers...


Police chief, gun club indicted in boy’s Uzi death
Firearms free-for-alls were dealt a major blow yesterday by the involuntary manslaughter indictment of a police chief and gun club for allowing an 8-year-old boy to fire a small Uzi and kill himself in what autorities are calling a tragedy loaded with errors.

It is illegal to give a machine gun to anyone under age 18, said Hampden District Attorney William M. Bennett.

“There is no exception that would allow a machine gun to be furnished to an 8-year-old, with or without parental consent,” he said.

He said he hopes the indictment sends a message.

Pelham Police Chief Edward B. Fleury, who organized the October gun shoot at the Westfield Sportman’s Club, was indicted yesterday along with the club and two others.

Connecticut third-grader Christopher Bizilj, who was under supervision of his dad and an instructor, died Oct. 26 after he lost control of a 9mm Micro Uzi and shot himself in the head.

The Micro Uzi, a weapon designed for the Israeli Armed Forces, fires 1,700 rounds a minute.

Bennett said Bizilj’s father, Dr. Charles Bizilj, who witnessed his son’s death, was not charged in part because he didn’t realize how dangerous the small Uzi actually was.

“Furthermore, we felt that he is going to be punished every day because of what happened already,” he said.

Bennett said Bizilj was not the only minor who fired a machine gun that day. Fleury and the club were also indicted on four counts each of furnishing a machine gun to a person under the age of 18.

If convicted, the club would be fined. Fleury could face a fine and incarceration.

Two attorneys for the Westfield gun club, Thomas Drechsler and Edward George, said their client fervently denies having supplied anyone with weapons.

An ad for the annual shoot promised that anyone regardless of age or firearm license could shoot a machine gun, calling the event “legal & fun.”

“You Are In Control - FULL AUTO ROCK & ROLL,” the ad said.

Carl Guiffre and Domenico Spano, both of Connecticut, were indicted on one count each of involuntary manslaughter for allegedly providing the guns.

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