De Villiers urges Toronto to fight for long gun registry

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May 9, 2012, The Sun. TORONTO - Priscilla de Villiers came to Toronto City Hall Monday to urge councillors to fight for the federal long-gun registry data. De Villiers’ daughter, Nina, was abducted from a Burlington tennis court and murdered in 1991. The man that did it was carrying a .22-calibre rifle that until that point he had used to clear vermin from his farm, she said. Read More…

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