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Thursday, March 22, 2007

"As the first, and for a great while the only, journalist to talk on the record with Jim Zumbo following his disastrous blog entry about semi-automatic rifles in mid-February," writes Dave Workman, "I was disappointed, but hardly surprised that Ray Schoenke would use the opportunity to attack the National Rifle Association and blame it for Zumbo`s troubles. NRA did not, as Schoenke asserted, start the Internet frenzy against Zumbo. NRA had very little to do with Zumbo`s troubles, and Schoenke knows it."

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