Walmart Settles Lawsuit for Selling Gun Used in Murder by Neo-Nazi

In April 2014, self-avowed Neo-Nazi Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. shot and killed three people in an anti-Semitic attack at a Jewish community center and retirement community in Overland Park, Kansas. As a convicted felon, Miller was prohibited from owning or buying firearms, and investigators learned another man, John Mark Reidle, purchased the shotgun used in …

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Are Police Liable for Not Stopping a Murder When They’re Warned About It?

Crime happens. The police can’t be everywhere at once, and some criminal activity is either unpredictable or unavoidable. But not all of it. When a woman claims she’s being harassed by a sex offender, and officers determine his actions violate his probation, and he is being investigated for new and ongoing criminal activity, and both …

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Widow Sues Walmart for Wrongful Death After Parking Lot Shooting

“Given the history of violence in their parking lots,” a wrongful death lawsuit claims, “and Wal-Mart’s [sic] knowledge they were not employing adequate security measures, it was foreseeable to Wal-Mart that the Plaintiff would be attacked in their parking lot and sustain serious injury or death.” That’s the legal argument a widow is making against …

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