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Sandy Hook Families Push For Lawsuit Against Gun Maker in Connecticut Supreme Court

WorldNews Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Sandy Hook Families Push For Lawsuit Against Gun Maker in Connecticut Supreme CourtA lawyer for the family members of victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut argued that gun companies were negligent in marketing a dangerous military-style to civilians on Tuesday in the Connecticut Supreme Court, according to The Guardian. Families of the victims gathered to continue their uphill battle in trying to hold gun companies accountable for marketing and selling the AR 15-style rifle that was used to kill 20 children and six adults. “Remington may never have known [Sandy Hook shooter] Adam Lanza, but they had been courting him for years,” Josh Koskoff, an attorney for the Sandy Hook plaintiffs, told a packed Connecticut supreme court hearing on...
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Families of the victims in the Sandy Hook school shooting will take their fight against gunmakers to the Connecticut Supreme Court on Tuesday. They want to reinstate a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the automatic weapon that was used in the 2012 attack. The families claim the company markets its...

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