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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Judge Strikes Down Sandy Hook Suit Against AR-15 Manufacturer

Connecticut Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis has struck down the lawsuit that Sandy Hook Elementary families had brought against Remington Arms.

Remington is the parent company of Bushmaster, the brand of AR-15 that Adam Lanza stole then used to killed 26 innocents at the school.

According to a Friday report from CBS New York, Bellis cited the 2005 Lawful Protection of Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA), which protects gun manufacturers from being sued in instances where the gun in question was legally made and sold. The AR-15 used in the Sandy Hook attack was legally made and was sold and registered to Nancy Lanza, Adam’s mother. He stole that gun from her, then shot and killed her before going to the school.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good...justice served....

Anonymous said...

Would these people sue Chrysler if they had a collision with a Dodge Caravan?

Anonymous said...

Idiots the gun didn't kill your children..the gunman did..blame the shooter and lack of mental health treatment your precious Obama is supposed to provide...

Anonymous said...

I swear, some people would sue the Sun if they could for the burn they got at the beach.