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PETER REUTER JENNY MOUZOS Australia : A Massive Buy back of Low-Risk Guns

  title={PETER REUTER JENNY MOUZOS Australia : A Massive Buy back of Low-Risk Guns},
  author={P. Reuter and Jenny Mouzos},
  • P. Reuter, Jenny Mouzos
  • Published 2004
  • O April 28, 1996, in the historic Tasmanian penal colony of Port Arthur, a lone gunman killed thirty-five persons with a semiautomatic rifle. Following that incident, which was the largest of a series of mass homicides, the federal and state governments of Australia agreed on a broad plan of gun control, implemented over the following twelve months. The new controls included prohibitions on certain categories of firearms, to be supplemented by a large-scale buyback of those weapons and new… CONTINUE READING
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