There is controversy over whether a 14-year-old Orlando-area boy who says he was just trying to help a small girl find her mother last Thursday, June 10, actually committed a crime.

An armed American arrested in Pakistan while on a solo trek to find Osama bin Laden says that he was on a mission from God.
 
Construction worker Gary Brooks Faulkner, who some in the media are calling an "American Ninja," was arrested by Pakistani police after he slipped out of his hotel room and made his way into the country's Chitral District, now renamed Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province. When arrested, Faulkner was carrying a pistol, a dagger, and a sword, and was equipped with night-vision goggles and a night-vision camera as well as Christian literature.

Fox News has obtained two intelligence memoranda wherein officials express concern over the call by radical Islamic cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki to kill Americans.

Starting with the apt expression that “no good deed goes unpunished,” the Channel 9 website out of Denver, Colorado, reported the arrest of 28-year-old Ryan Snodgrass, a rafting guide in Clear Creek County, for rescuing a customer who had fallen into the water. He has the support of his boss who says he will not lose his job. 

The Austin, Texas, Police Department conducted its first “Guns4Groceries” drive on June 5. Modeled “on programs in Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, Calif., and Philadelphia that have successfully removed thousands of guns from the streets,” according to the Austin American-Statesman, the program offered grocery-store gift cards in exchange for people’s unwanted guns, which they could turn in with “no questions asked,” said the paper.

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