A non-profit group looking to end gun violence released a new public service video Friday urging Americans to recognize warning signs of impending gun violence.
Families of those killed in the Sandy Hook massacre asked a Connecticut court on Tuesday to hear an appeal on the ruling that dismissed their case against companies involved in the making and selling of the gun used in the attack.
Judge Barbara Bellis cited the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act in her dismissal of the plaintiffs’ negligent entrustment argument, according to the order filed Friday.
The Connecticut judge presiding over the case between Sandy Hook shooting victims and Remington Arms issued an order maintaining a pre-scheduled timeline for summary judgment after Remington filed 14 months early.
A protective order has been issued on behalf of Remington Arms in a case filed by the families of Sandy Hook victims that blocks confidential information from public view, but not the documents entirely.
Remington targeted indirect relationships contained in the “negligent entrustment” argument made by families of Sandy Hook victims in a motion for summary judgment.
New court filings shed light on the type of information that may come to light in the case against Remington Arms by Sandy Hook families.
A Connecticut gun shop filed bankruptcy last week amid lawsuits and federal charges stemming from the mass shooting of 26 people at Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut.
Remington requested a protective order to shield information that would give the public insight into the internal workings of the company, details Sandy Hook victims say will support their argument of negligent entrustment.
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