Victims of Highland Park Shooting Sue Gun Maker and Retailers
The New York Times — Survivors and families of victims of the Fourth of July shooting in Highland Park, Ill., have filed lawsuits against Smith & Wesson, citing its marketing of the semiautomatic rifle used in the attack. The plaintiffs also sued two gun stores, the accused gunman and his father.
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