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Gun Violence / Suing Manufacturers #183187

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 09, 1999
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Jami Floyd) Lawsuit brought by the mother of a gun violence victim against the gun manufacturer for negligent marketing featured; details given of charges made by a former Smith and Wesson employee. [Plaintiff Freddie HAMILTON - says the manufacturers need to be gone after.] [ANALYST - says manufacturers allowed an underground gun market to flourish.] [Tort law expert Paul CALLAN - says manufacturers knowingly overproduce guns.] [American Shooting Sports Council Bob RICKER - claims gun misuse.] [Violence Policy Center Kristen RAND - comments on gun industry regulation.]

Brown, Aaron;
Floyd, Jami

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