Mr. Zuraw is quick to attack an Amendment he doesn’t care about and equally quick to defend the Amendment his livelihood depends on.
Have you figured out the lesson LaPierre is trying to teach you, Mr. Zuraw?
I didn’t think so. He advocates for the destruction of the Second Amendment not realizing that by doing so he indirectly advocates for the destruction of the entire Bill of Rights.
Mr. Zuraw, don’t say to yourself that the First Amendment won’t be harmed (it already has been), or that politicians wouldn’t dare attack it. The Gun crowd told ourselves that for a half a century and look where we are at now. You will be next if we lose.
Below are some of the more recent, local, (East New York State) deaths attributable to Minivans/SUVs. Obviously, we need to ban Minivans/SUVs because they also occasion multiple killings ...and the banning would also provide the of Greening our environment. PLEASE note that the operators of the death machines in the examples cited were in ALL case WOMEN. Perhaps the initial step for safety’s sake, should be the elimination of women divers, and then the vehicles.
Mom Drives Minivan Into NYs Hudson River After Home Spat, Killing Self & 3 Kids Posted on April 13, 2011 at 2:11am
NEWBURGH, N.Y. (AP) A woman who had just been involved in a domestic dispute loaded her four children into a minivan Tuesday night before letting one out and driving the rest of them into the Hudson River, firefighters said. The woman and three young children were killed.
2 years after crash, victims expect few answers from HBO film
By Jonathan Bandler, The (Westchester, N.Y.) Journal News
Updated 7/25/2011 11:59 AM
Two years after the Taconic State Parkway crash in New York that took eight lives, Michael Bastardi Jr. is still waiting for answers, justice and some peace of mind.
The documentary explores what might have led Long Island, N.Y., mom Diane Schuler to speed (in a mini-van) the wrong way down the parkway with a van full of kids and then slam into an SUV carrying Bastardi’s father, brother and a family friend.
Bronx Zoo Minivan Accident: Seven Killed
Posted: April 29, 2012
Seven people were killed on April 29, 2012 when a minivan lost control and plummeted over 12 feet from a Bronx River Parkway overpass, eventually coming to a halt in the Bronx Zoo, law enforcement stated. Three of the deaths derived from the one-vehicle accident were children, said spokesman of the Fire Department, Jim Long.
Three young girls, ages 12, 10, and 7, three women, ages 80, 45, and 30, and an 84-year-old man were all injured or killed in the horrible Bronx Zoo minivan crash. The van passengers were the only casualties as a result of the tragedy. operated by a 45-year-old woman, was driving at roughly 70 miles per hour
Memorial to be held for victims in Voorheesville triple fatal
By: YNN Web Staff
08/15/2012 06:39 AM
VOORHEESVILLE, N.Y. — A memorial will be held today for the three women who were killed last summer when they were struck and killed by a minivan while standing in front of a church in Voorheesville.
Carol Lansing, Rose Marie Hume, and Fran Pallozzi were killed on August 10th of last year outside Saint Matthew’s Church while they were waiting to go on a guided walk with the group. Police say Luann Burgess lost control of her minivan going 46 miles per hour when she hit the women. She says her flip flop got lodged under the gas pedal.
Burgess was charged with nine counts last week, including aggravated vehicular homicide, criminally negligent homicide, driving while ability impaired, reckless driving and speeding. Toxicology results showed Burgess was taking three prescription medications for Parkinson’s disease at the time of the crash.