This is a bad decision by the Connecticut Supreme Court that could allow victims of a car bombing terrorist to sue the car manufacturer

Washington Post:
Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled that Remington can be sued over its marketing of the Bushmaster rifle, which was used to kill 20 children and six educators in 2012.
 This ruling should be reversed by the US Supreme Court.  It has 2nd Amendment implications that would allow states to infringe on the rights granted by that amendment.  It is a decision that appears to be based more on anger about the actions of a guy with a psychological disorder who used a gun to kill innocent people. 

Guns have become an emotional issue for some on the left whose first impulse when there is a shooting like this one is to disarm the innocent.  They are implying vicarious liability to people who had nothing to do with the crime. 

If a homicidal maniac loaded a Chevy pickup with explosives and drove it into a classroom of kids and exploded it would the court hold General Motors liable?


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