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Gun Policy News


28 January 1999

Philadelphia Inquirer

NEW YORK — It has been almost five years since a robber shot and killed Kei Sunata, a 22-year-old Japanese immigrant, on a deserted staircase in a housing complex in Queens. And now Sunata's killing is at the heart of a groundbreaking federal lawsuit here. The suit, being tried in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, has been brought by the families of seven gun-violence victims against 30 gun-makers. They are seeking monetary damages from the companies, accusing them of... (

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