Posted April 25, 2015 11:10 am by Comments

By Patriot Outdoor News

In September, Breitbart News reported that the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence joined with Sandy and Lonnie Phillips in suing Lucky Gunner and other firearm-related stores for selling ammunition and other supplies to alleged Aurora theater gunman, James Holmes.

Holmes allegedly opened fire on movies-goers watching The Dark Knight Rises on July 20, 2012.

In late March, Senior District Judge Richard Matsch threw out the suit and held that Lucky Gunner and the others “are entitled to an award of reasonable attorney fees and costs.”

The National Shooting Sports Foundation reported that “Brady Center lawyers representing the family members alleged that the Internet business practices of the FFLs did not include ‘reasonable safeguards’ to prevent persons such as Holmes from purchasing their respective products.”

In September, Breitbart News reported that the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence joined with Sandy and Lonnie Phillips in suing Lucky Gunner and other firearm-related stores for selling ammunition and other supplies to alleged Aurora theater gunman, James Holmes.

Holmes allegedly opened fire on movies-goers watching The Dark Knight Rises on July 20, 2012.

In late March, Senior District Judge Richard Matsch threw out the suit and held that Lucky Gunner and the others “are entitled to an award of …read more

Via:: Patriot Outdoor News

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