“Women have a right to get the health services they need without any fear of harassment or intimidation,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in a statement responding to the ruling. “As we made clear in our court filings, we believed that Massachusetts’ buffer zone law protected those rights in a commonsense manner that also respected everyone’s First Amendment rights. While the Court disagreed on this specific law, we are pleased that their ruling was narrow and that they recognized the possibility of alternative approaches, such as the federal law protecting a woman’s right to access reproductive health clinics.

Mossberg Sons, the oldest family owned firearms manufacturer in America; and Stag Arms of New Britain, founded 10 years ago, which is unable to keep pace with its orders.Stag produces 6,000 AR 15 rifles a month, which critics call assault weapons but users and the gun industry call “modern sporting rifles.”All of the companies have been wooed by other states, particularly those in the South and West.Mark Malkowski, the 34 year old founder of Stag Arms, said he grew up in New Britain, where the company is based, and had never before considered leaving the state. But he said he would consider it now.”If our product is so bad, so dangerous, why would the state of Connecticut want us to produce it here, create jobs here, manufacture it here and ship it to all the other states?” he said.Correction: April 6, 2013An article on Wednesday about a run on gun shops in Connecticut after the General Assembly reached a deal on gun control legislation misstated a change under the bill. The legislation, signed into law on Thursday, includes a ban on the sale of magazines that hold 11 or more rounds and requires that owners of such magazines register them; it is not the case that the ban includes the sale of magazines carrying or more rounds and their registration.

En la operación policial, dirigida por el Jefe de la Policía de Bangkok Srivara Rangsiprammakul, participaron altos responsables dando relevancia a la redada y saliendo al paso de las críticas de incompetencia que comenzaron a cobrar fuerza días atrás, ante la ausencia de resultados. El propio responsable nacional de la Policía, general Somyot Poonpanmuang, se personó en el área para supervisar la detención. Según las primeras pesquisas policiales, el sospechoso pudo haber actuado motivado por “una disputa privada”.

Todo termina cuando intervienen dos policías fuera de servicio que estaban por casualidad en el vagón. Durante toda la agresión, las personas que estaban a su alrededor apenas salen de su asombro y sólo se ve un par de manos que intentan detener al agresor, que finalmente es trasladado a dependencias policiales. La Jefatura de Policía ha explicado que en ese momento el arrestado reconoció ante los agentes que “existía animadversión ideológica” entre ambos, ya que pertenecían a dos grupos ultras que mantienen duros enfrentamientos en Internet.