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Sandy Hook families suing Remington can question executives under oath

A judge has permitted the Sandy Hook families suing Remington to question the gunmaker’s executives under oath.  The families have filed a wrongful death lawsuit charging Remington with violating Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices Act.  The lawyers can question the gunmaker about internal organization and procedures, which Remington considers invasive and improper.  Remington sought a motion for protective order to preclude the deposition.  The trial is set for 2021.  Remington has maintained in court filings for the last six years that the company’s AR-15-style rifle was not responsible for the deaths of 20 children and 6 educators in 2012. The families argue that Remington’s AR-15 marketing was unscrupulous and reckless.

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