Judge Richard Matsch suggests that Brady targeted the retailers because of the high-profile incident and not because they were explicitly malicious. In the initial complaint, Brady claimed Lucky Gunner, the Sportman’s Guide and BTP Arms failed to properly vet James Holmes before they sold him items he would later use to kill 12 and wound 70 inside a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. Along with Brady, parents of one of a victim killed in the shooting also signed on as plaintiffs.
Read the judge’s order for Brady to pay defendants
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