By Bob Owens
The murderer* who attacked a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado has been found guilty, and is currently in the sentencing phase of his trial, which will determine if he spends the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole, or if he will face the death penalty for killing 12 and injuring more than 70 others.
Jessica Ghawi, age 24, was one of the 12 victims who was slain in the attack.
Unfortunately, the Brady Campaign convinced Jessica Ghawi’s mother Sandy Phillips and her stepfather Lonnie Phillips to file a vengeful nuisance lawsuit against an online ammunition company who lawfully sold the killer some of the ammunition he used in his crimes.
A federal judge has ordered that the plaintiffs in a lawsuit targeting an online ammunition dealer over the Aurora movie theater shooting pay the legal fees of the companies they sued.
The order, which was issued last week, comes after Judge Richard P. Matsch dismissed the gun control group’s suit that sought to hold Lucky Gunner legally responsible for the 2012 shooting. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence—which supported the plaintiffs, Sandy and Lonnie Phillips, …read more
Source:: Bearing Arms