Highland Park Fourth of July Massacre: First Lawsuits Filed, Say Attack ‘Predictable and Preventable’
(Chicago Sun Times) — Families of three people killed in the Highland Park Fourth of July parade massacre and dozens who were wounded filed suit Wednesday in Lake County against gun maker Smith & Wesson, two gun stores, the man who’s been charged in the shootings and his father, accusing them in part of violating Illinois consumer laws in the lead-up to the attack.
More information regarding the specifics of this case can be found here.
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