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Next stop, the Supreme Court

Post by LT USN (Ret.) » Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:17 pm

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Re: Next stop, the Supreme Court

Post by GlennSFX » Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:05 pm

Yea...anyway to push their agenda!!!!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protectio ... n_Arms_Act
PLCCA...

Dismissed suits

In 2010, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal in Ileto v. Glock, ending a lawsuit against Glock by the family of victims in the Los Angeles Jewish Community Center shooting.[18]

The Brady Center and families of victims of the 2012 Aurora shooting sued Lucky Gunner, the online store where some of the ammunition was purchased. Federal judge Richard Paul Matsch dismissed the charges.[19][20] He ordered the plaintiffs to pay Lucky Gunner's legal fees under a separate Colorado law, HB 000-208.[21]

In October 2016, a Connecticut Superior Court judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the families of some victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting against the manufacturer, the wholesale distributor, and the retailer of the semi-automatic rifle used in the shooting. Judge Barbara Bellis ruled that the suit "falls squarely within the broad immunity" provided to gun manufacturers and dealers by the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act.[22]On March 14th, 2019, The Connecticut Supreme Court reversed the lower court's ruling, allowing plaintiffs to continue their suit against the manufacturer, Remington. [23]
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Re: Next stop, the Supreme Court

Post by runeight » Thu Mar 14, 2019 6:21 pm

-Judge Barbara Bellis ruled that the suit "falls squarely within the broad immunity" provided to gun manufacturers and dealers by the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act.[22]On March 14th, 2019.-

So, the way I read this is the liberals will go after the above. Screw the Country, let’s legislate and narrow this broad immunity down.

Don’t think they aren’t winning either.
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