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Sandy Hook: Connecticut rules gunmaker can be sued over shooting14 Mar 3:21pm

Sandy Hook: Connecticut rules gunmaker can be sued over shooting

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High court justices issued 4-3 ruling over how Remington marketed the Bushmaster military-style rifle used in the shooting The Connecticut supreme court has dealt a blow to gun manufacturers by ruling that victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting could go to trial against Remington Arms, on the grounds that the gun company irresponsibly marketed the gun used in the shooting to high-risk individuals. “The families are grateful that our state’s supreme court has rejected the gun industry’s bid for complete immunity, not only from the consequences of their reckless conduct but also from the truth-seeking discovery process,” Josh Koskoff, one of the lawyers representing the Sandy Hook families, said.
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