Illinois Shooting Victims Sue Gun Maker, Gunman And Retailers

Illinois shooting victims sue gun maker, gunman and retailers

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Attorneys argue Smith & Wesson ads targeted young men at risk of committing violence ahead of the Independence Day shooting that killed seven. WMAQ’s Charlie Wojciechowski reports.

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