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Pro-Gun Industry Measure Poised to Pass Senate
Pro-Gun Industry Measure Poised to Pass Senate

T.R. Goldman
Legal Times
07-13-2005


After Danny Guzman was shot to death outside a Worcester, Mass., nightclub six years ago, his family did what few grieving families do: They sued the gun maker.

The Guzmans' attorney, Hector Pineiro, contends that internal security measures at gun maker Kahr Arms were so lax that one of its employees was able to systematically steal the 9 mm guns' component parts and assemble them outside the factory before their serial numbers were affixed. One of those guns, police have determined, was used to kill Guzman.

The Guzman lawsuit, as well as larger, pending lawsuits against the industry by several municipalities, including the District of Columbia and New York City, would come to an abrupt halt if legislation Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., wants to bring to the Senate floor as early as this week passes.

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More pro corporate anti democratic legislation supported by DINO's like Pryor, Nelson and Baucus.



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