Families Argue For Justice In Sandy Hook

The families of the Sandy Hook  massacre victims say gun maker Remington marketed a killing machine to  the public.  

That was an argument made to the Connecticut Supreme Court  by families of several victims of the 2012 school massacre.  

The  plaintiffs argue that Remington marketed the assault rifle to people  like Adam Lanza, who killed 20 children and six adults with the rifle.  

A  lower court previously dismissed the lawsuit, saying federal law gives  gun makers broad immunity from actions of people who use their products.


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