Concord - A review of the list of 'victims' memorialized by an out-of-state gun control group shows that more murderers and criminals were recognized at their rally in Concord. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns was forced to apologize yesterday for honoring Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev and admitting that it had taken the list from the liberal website Slate.com (Click here is see Slate list).


"It is disgusting that Mayor Bloomberg's radical out-of-state gun control group came to New Hampshire and honored so many thugs, murderers and terrorists. Mayor Bloomberg owes every Granite Stater a personal apology for the outrageous conduct of his extremist organization." said NHGOP Chairman Jennifer Horn.


Horn also noted that the New Hampshire Democrat Party and President Obama's Organizing for Action NH have openly collaborated with Mayors Against Illegal Guns. The Salem Patch (6/14/13) reports that they "teamed up" to hold a protest last week outside of a Republican fundraiser.


"Mayors Against Illegal Guns has been thoroughly discredited and disgraced. President Obama and New Hampshire Democrats need to sever ties with this shameful group and make it clear that they are not welcomed in the Granite State.


Other names that appear on the Slate list that were read at the Concord rally include:


Christopher Dorner: Dorner, a former Los Angeles police officer went on a killing spree and was the subject of a massive manhunt that spanned two states and Mexico. Police eventually cornered him in a cabin near Big Bear Lake, California . After a nationally televised stand off that left one San Bernardino County deputy sheriff dead, Dorner committed suicide before the cabin burst into flames.


Kevin Bailey: Bailey was killed in a shoot out in Solon, OH when he opened fire on officers after a routine police stop. The New York Daily News, (6/4/13) reports that shocking video of the incident was caught on an officer's dashboard camera (WARNING: footage is extremely graphic.) A review of the officers actions by the Ohio Attorney General found that his use of lethal force was justified.


Kurt Myers: USA Today (3/14/2013) reports that Myers was killed in a shoot out with police after going on a murderous rampage that left four people dead. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo praised "the courage and extraordinary efforts of the state police, the FBI, and local law enforcement officials in finding the suspect and ending this horrific spree of violence and bloodshed," after Myers was killed.


These are only a few of the many outrageous examples of criminals who appear on Bloomberg's 'victims' list.