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Oakland Officers' Slayings Reignite Assault Weapon Debate

March 24, 2009  | 

Chuck Michel, a civil rights attorney representing the California Rifle and Pistol Association, said such talk is "political opportunism at its worst," in furtherance of flawed public policy.

"That this criminal who was prohibited from having guns at all was able to get whatever rifle he had" is a monument to the failure of gun-control laws," Michel said.

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