Gun controllers want to destroy the Second Amendment via litigation.
The New York Times reports how the families of those murdered during the Sandy Hook massacre want to pursue similar legal strategies that anti-tobacco activists employed against the cigarette industry.
Gun control advocates hope that like in the case of the tobacco industry their litigation efforts will uncover suspicious activity on the part of the firearms industry, while also changing public perception.
David Wheeler, whose son was killed during Sandy Hook, sees this as an opportunity to expose gun companies like Remington.
Wheeler said, “We can find out what the Remington defendants have tried every step of the way to block in discovery.”
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