Federal Judge Fires Off The Last Shot In Controversy

CHICAGO — The Chicago Sun-Times reports that a federal judge threw out a lawsuit that had shut down the FBI’s shooting range in North Chicago.
The paper said an environmental group had filed the suit and complained that the gun range sent bullets into a nearby park and into a lake. The FBI voluntarily closed the facility earlier this year to study any issues, but it will one day reopen after some improvements, the paper said.
   The paper quoted Chicago’s top FBI agent Robert Grant as saying: “We are careful stewards of our property and take great care in ensuring it is safely operated for guests, employees, neighbors and the environment.”

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