Saugus High School shooting survivor’s lawsuit against ghost gun kit seller can move forward, court rules
A California state court has ruled that a lawsuit filed on behalf of a victim of the Saugus High School shooting against an online seller of kits and parts for homemade ghost guns — one of which was used in the 2019 mass shooting — can move forward.
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