Posted February 24, 2024 2:38 am by Comments

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A Manhattan, New York jury found the NRA and its former leader Wayne LaPierre liable in a civil legal action. In 2020, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed suit against the NRA, LaPierre and other leaders of the organization. The case concluded this week with a jury verdict. After deliberating for a full week, a New York jury Friday found both the NRA and its former CEO/Executive Vice President, Wayne LaPierre, liable for spending NRA donor funds improperly. Mr. LaPierre has been ordered to pay back more than $4.351 million to the NRA. It is not clear yet whether Mr. LaPierre, the NRA, or other parties will seek to overturn the trial result on appeal.
There is a recent discussion of the New York NRA/LaPierre Civil Trial Result in our Accurate Shooters’ Forum. CLICK HERE if you wish to comment.
Prior to the commencement of the civil trial in New York, Wayne LaPierre resigned as CEO and Executive Vice President of the NRA. In early January 2024, NRA President Charles Cotton accepted LaPierre’s resignation during a board meeting. LaPierre, 74, cited health reasons as motivation behind the departure.

Origins and Outcome of New York Civil Lawsuit vs. Wayne LaPierre and Others
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Source: Accurate Shooter

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