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Court rules that families can sue gunmaker over Sandy Hook shooting

Court rules that families can sue gunmaker over Sandy Hook shooting

A Connecticut court ruled on Thursday that families of children gunned down in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre can sue gunmaker Remington Outdoor. In the shooting, a 20-year-old killed 20 school children in addition to six adult staff, using a Remington AR-15 Bushmaster rifle. The families held that Remington is partially responsible for marketing the weapon based on its militaristic appeal.

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Ralph
Ralph 1 year

this sets a dangerous precedent. you don't sue Ford when someone runs down a pedestrian in one, and they kill 10x what guns will ever kill.

PacMan27
PacMan27 1 year

Whatever judge allowed this to go forward should be impeached.

Meyer
Meyer 1 year

Breaking News: Spoons proven to make you fat! More at 11.

ProbablyFailing
ProbablyFailing 1 year

Holding a product manufacturer responsible for the actions taken by the individual in possession of the product is nonsensical.

Stephen
Stephen 1 year

This is a case where the lawsuit is based on the fact that the gun did what it was designed to do, you pull the trigger and a bullet comes out. The gun did not aim itself, the gun is simply a tool. This suit is a sham.

TakeThePill
TakeThePill 1 year

This lawsuit better not go anywhere. You can't sue a manufacturer because some asshole used their product to do some evil shit.

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

What in the holy hell are these mentally retarded judges thinking! This is a blatant disregard for rule of law. What an abomination. I guess now we can sue every knife manufacturer for every stab victim or every bat maker for every bat related assault or how about we just hold the person with the inanimate object in their hands responsible for their actions. Seriously this is the largest failing in reason and logic we have seen in the justice system since roe v wade.

ProbablyFailing
ProbablyFailing 1 year

Holding manufacturers responsible for the actions of the individual in possession of their product... absolute nonsense. This attempt at a cash grab off the deaths of children is shameful.

space ghost
space ghost 1 year

I’m going to sue coppertone because their spf 10 didn’t stop me from getting burned when I was at the beach this week.

pir8prod
pir8prod 1 year

I hope these people go broke after they have to pay Remingtons legal fees. Anti gun is anti American.

Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 1 year

I guess we need to sue knife manufacturers for all the stabbings and all the bat manufacturers for assualts. This is the most flawed decision I have heard of in a long long time. Luckily there is no way this case can be proven fault on the manufacturer unless the weapon failed and killed the operator.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 year

Sounds like this Judge was one of the "privileged" leftist that bought their way through school to get a fake degree.

Bubbles
Bubbles 1 year

Sounds like someone watched the movie Runaway Jury not realizing it is just a movie.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

guess wells fargo gonna be sued for global warming one day

Sg_prevail
Sg_prevail 1 year

The judge that said this was ok should be out of a job and anyone who thinks this is ok has some issues

darkwingsmurf
darkwingsmurf 1 year

wasn't that gun taken from his trunk after the shooting. The first reports were he killed his mother with the AR and shot up the school with a pistol and a revolver

Dawlben
Dawlben 1 year

They're filling suit against the advertising by Remington. They say it glorified the violence...

K3719er
K3719er 1 year

the court dismissed all but a "wrongful marketing claim." Anyone ever seen a commercial for an AR-15? a billboard or radio commercial? there is no wrongful marketing here. this is a waste of the courts time.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

Look at that can of worms I am holding. Should I open it?

Aaron W
Aaron W 1 year

Ignorant judge. This will be overturned.

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