Event Spotlights Limits on Gun Torts in Mass Shootings

The debate over guns usually brings to mind the Second Amendment and legislators passing laws about background checks and keeping guns out of the hands of people on the terrorist watch list or with mental health problems.

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  • T. S.

    Not to War Ahole... go about changing the Second Amendment then. Glad you have such faith in LEO and the military and govt. It‘s not shared by many, either here or around the world.

  • H Blix.

    With all due respect, Senator Murphy is a hack‘s hack. The only "conversation" he is interested in is one where his position does all the talking.

  • War Ahole

    A. Warhol misses the point. People who are not in law enforcement or the military should not be allowed to keep or bear arms of any sort. That is what government is for.

  • A. Warhol

    The participants in this so-called event must be as delusional as Adam Lanza and his mother were if they think this preposterous case against Remington will ever hold up on appeal -- assuming that Connecticut‘s state judges are already bought and paid for by the same personal injury lawyers who own Senators Blumenthal and Murphy. The liberal left closed down state mental hospitals in the 70s and 80s and made it much more difficult to commit individuals to secure facilities against their will. Now, folks like Lanza -- folks who‘d have been locked up in a cuckoo‘s nest with the likes of McMurphy and the Chief back in the day -- run around hearing voices and shooting up schools and night clubs when they‘re ready to die and be famous for 15 minutes.

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