Experts Question Why New York’s Red Flag Law Didn’t Prevent The Buffalo Shooting

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The city of New York has a red flag law in place meant to get guns out of the hands of individuals deemed a risk. NBC News’ Tom Winter explains why experts are now questioning how the suspect in the Buffalo shooting was able to possess a legally purchased assault rifle less than a year after officials investigated him.

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