An appeals court in New York has ruled that a former high school athlete who was shot in 2003 can sue the companies that made and distributed the handgun used in the crime.
The ruling reverses a lower court’s dismissal of Buffalo victim Daniel Williams’ complaint. Williams claimed Ohio gun maker Hi-Point and distributor MKS Supply intentionally supplied handguns to irresponsible dealers for profit. The gun used to shoot Williams was bought at a gun show by a Buffalo gun trafficker.
Source: The Associated Press
Image: Leighton O'Connor/Flickr An appeals court in New York has ruled that a former high…
by Tactical-Life / Oct 12, 2012