The man who shot dead 26 at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, the deadliest mass shooting on record in Texas shouldn’t have been able to buy the assault-style weapon he used, but the store that sold it cannot be prosecuted because a federal database did not report her past assault conviction, the Texas Supreme Court ruled on Friday.
In a unanimous decision, the state’s highest civilian court dismissed several lawsuits against Academy Sports + Outdoors brought by survivors and families of victims of the 2017 mass shooting.
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