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Soto et al v. Bushmaster

A guy steals a gun from his mom. Goes to a school and shoots first graders. And it’s the fault of the gun seller and gun manufacturer. At least, that’s what some law professors are arguing.

8 Responses to “Soto et al v. Bushmaster”

  1. Lyle Says:

    Better charge the cutlery and fire lighter manufacturers, and auto makers then, and basically everyone, for all crimes.

    One person does something bad, it’s everyone’s fault. That’s what I refer to as The Charles Manson Defense; “Society made me do it”.

    There are a lot of people who fail to understand the dual concept of liberty and justice, even after you explain it to them. That is of course by design; they’ve been innoculated against understanding it.

  2. FiftycalTX Says:

    Correction” Man KILLS his mother and steals her GUNS. And takes possession of those gunz WITHOUT A BACKGROUND CHECK!

  3. Ron W Says:

    As it is sometimes alleged, guns may “fall into the wrong hands”. So you see? The “law professors” put the blame on the guns and their manufacturer since it was the guns which fell into the wrong hands. I mean, how are the wrong hands responsible when guns fall into them??

  4. Ravenwood Says:

    “…here, the jury might ultimately find the defendant failed to take adequate precautions in their sale of military grade assault weapons to an untrained civilian population.”

    So an adequate precaution would be to only sell to the government and the military (who incidentally typically buy full auto M-16s, not semi-auto AR-15s).

    “Negligent entrustment occurs when a party provides a product to another party knowing the receiving party may injure someone.”

    If that is the case, then Mary Jo Koepechne’s family should sue Oldsmobile.

  5. George C. Says:

    “Man KILLS his mother and steals her GUNS.”

    Would that be wrong?

  6. GomeznSA Says:

    George C. you would think that maybe there were laws against doing such things – oh wait, there ARE such laws. The left (conveniently) ‘forget’ that (for the most part) laws don’t prevent crime, they merely define what behavior is wrong and (theoretically at least) attach penalties to that wrong act.

  7. Lyle Says:

    “…sale of military grade assault weapons to an untrained civilian population.”

    Ah; so it’s a failure of education? Do we sue the public schools for their gross failure to adequately train the civilian population in the art of the rifle, or do we sue the NRA for not reaching every last individual in the country?

  8. Oleg Volk Says:

    Wouldn’t this guy have killed *more* kids is he was trained?