Las Vegas Shooting
And a $250,000 fine.
The Las Vegas shooter had accessorized a dozen of his 23 rifles with bump stocks, which allowed him to kill 59 and wound more than 400
Gun rights groups are ready to fight Trump's ban on the accessory that fueled the Las Vegas massacre
“In the coming days, an estimated half a million bump stock owners will have the difficult decision of either destroying or surrendering their valuable property"
In a move one lawyer called "outrageous."
New documents obtained by the Associated Press offer a glimpse into the mind of gunman Stephen Paddock, 64.
The sheriff fought the video release, fearing it "will further traumatize a wounded community."
Sessions proposed legally recognizing “bump stocks” as “machine guns” on Friday.
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