Milwaukee Gun Shop Found Negligent In Straw Purchase

 Wednesday, October 14, 2015

 Reuters

A Milwaukee jury on Tuesday handed a rare legal defeat to the gun industry, awarding $6 million to two police officers who were shot by a handgun acquired at a local gun store that they said was negligent in screening the buyer. Milwaukee policemen Bryan Norberg and Graham Kunisch sued Badger Guns in 2010 in Milwaukee County court after they were shot by a suspect who obtained his weapon through a so-called straw purchase. "It’s important to be able to take a gun dealer to task," said attorney Patrick Dunphy, who represented the officers.
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