New York subway shooting victim sues Glock

1/6/2022 9:06:00 PM

New York subway shooting victim sues Glock

is suing Glock, the manufacturer of the firearm used in the attack, saying its marketing efforts appeal to criminals.Ilene Steur, 49, was one of 10 people shot on April 12 as a crowded subway train pulled into a Brooklyn station.The shooter used a Glock 17 9mm pistol that was purchased in the state of Ohio in 2011.

Steur's civil suit - which was filed in federal court on Tuesday - accuses Austria-based Glock of employing"marketing that emphasises firearm characteristics such as their high capacity and ease of concealment, that appeal to prospective purchasers with criminal intent."

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a New York subway shooting is suing Glock, the manufacturer of the firearm used in the attack, saying its marketing efforts appeal to criminals.Read now Please verify your e-mail to read this subscriber-only article in full The gift link for this subscriber-only article has expired.Kotra Venkata Sai Rohankrishna was dressed in a Spiderman costume when he and his friends joined the crowd.LinkedIn UNITED NATIONS: The United States warned on Tuesday (May 31) that it will try again to toughen UN sanctions if North Korea tests a nuclear weapon, after a bid last week was vetoed by China and Russia.

Ilene Steur, 49, was one of 10 people shot on April 12 as a crowded subway train pulled into a Brooklyn station. The shooter used a Glock 17 9mm pistol that was purchased in the state of Ohio in 2011.99/month for the first 3 months. Steur's civil suit - which was filed in federal court on Tuesday - accuses Austria-based Glock of employing"marketing that emphasises firearm characteristics such as their high capacity and ease of concealment, that appeal to prospective purchasers with criminal intent. A few days later, he uploaded a video that contained footage of him breaching Covid-19 safe management measures." It also says the company intentionally supplied"more firearms than the legitimate market could bear in order to induce sales in the secondary market," and failed to train dealers on how to avoid illegal firearms purchases. Get unlimited access to all stories at $0. Mark Shirian, one of Steur's attorneys, said:"Gun manufacturers do not live in a bubble. The United States on Thursday forced a vote at the Security Council on toughening sanctions after North Korea carried out a series of rocket launches including, according to US and South Korean officials, of an intercontinental ballistic missile.

They are aware that their marketing strategies are empowering purchasers with ill intent and endangering the lives of innocent people.. He got help from his friends Glaxy Low Xuan Ming, Lee Hern Sing and Mr Putchakayala Akash, who agreed to participate in and film his video. "This lawsuit seeks to hold the gun industry accountable," Shirian said in a statement. Glock's US subsidiary did not respond to a request for comment on Wednesday (June 1). The suit was filed as America reels from two high-profile mass shootings this month: one at . Kotra was in a Spiderman costume to attract attention to himself, said DPP Bin, who added that Kotra wore the costume for the rest of the night and did not wear a face mask under it.