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Sandy Hook massacre: gun manufacturers losing key liability decisions



The high rates caused by this incident caused a vigorous response from both sides, which only intensified after repeated episodes of the deadly massive violence that took place after the Newtown attack.

Among those who lobbied for litigation, there were groups on the prevention of weapon violence, ambulance doctors who treated patients injured by an assault rifle and a nationwide association of school supervisors. 19659004] Many human rights groups also expressed concern, including the National Infantry Association, which, in its brief statement, argued that allowing the cause to move forward would "eradicate" the legal security of pistol companies.

hopes that the judge of the High Court of Barbara N. Belis allowed the case to go to court before she finally dismissed him. She found that the claims "directly within the limits of broad immunity" provided for by the federal law.

In 2005, Congress passed the Law on the Prohibition of the Lawful Sale of Weapons, which restricts lawsuits against sellers and manufacturers of weapons, providing nationwide immunity from guilt of one of their products used in crime. Legislators behind this event have referred to the need to remove what they call hostile and politically involved.

The law allows exemptions for sales and marketing practices that violate state or federal laws and cases of so-called careless promise, in which the gun is casually given away or sold to a person, which creates a high risk of abuse.

In the lawsuit, seven companies insisted on expanding their scope of activities, including the manufacturer, Remington, which was named with the wholesaler and local retailer.

The lawsuit referred to the fact that the company was mistaken by ordering unexploited civilian weapons designed to maximize fatalities on the battlefield.

Attorneys noticed advertising with reports of combat dominance and hyper-masculinity –

"Remington may never have known Adam Lanza, but they looked after him. for many years, "said Joshua D. Coscoff, a lawyer representing the seven, judges during oral evidence in the case in 2017. The weapon used by Mr Lanza was legally purchased by his mother, Nancy Lance, who also killed.