The gun industry came under fire for the crimes of Aurora CO. shooter James Holmes, but things didn't turn out very well for those taking the shots. The parents of Aurora shooting victim Jessica Ghawi have sued Lucky Gunner and other gun and ammo retailers, hoping to change company policies that allow the selling of guns and ammo on the Internet.
While Lonnie and Sandy Phillips aren't in the lawsuit for the money, what they're hoping to accomplish could cripple an industry and has already been met with heavy resistance.
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Morons leaving their house disarmed going to theaters that say ” no firearms” leaving their kids in the world unprotected irresponsible parents …judge is awesome ! wtf they want !? …next
Why don’t they kill his dumb$#%&[email protected]*he’s not stupid
I think his parents need to take a good look at their own son!!!
Then if people buy a car from someone online and kills someone with it they want to hold the seller liable ??? I hate so much these people lost their child in such a horrible way but the man who did the horrible deed alone is responsible. Would that also mean that if my son had gotten killed when he deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan then we should have sued the government for sending him over there???
Yes sir I agree! This ain’t the movies their not going to be nice to your kids….their necks will be cut too!
These people just want money!!! Nothing more!!! Sounds like a hot coffee law suit! Pathetic
The lawyers should have to pay some of this too.
They took this non starter case hoping to get rich.
A good lawyer is necessary before filing suit. You can get hurt in n court.