$2.5 Million Settlements In D.C. Sniper Case

The families of eight Washington, D.C., sniper victims reached two settlements totaling $2.5 million yesterday with the dealer and manufacturer of the rifle used in the fall 2002 sniper shooting spree, reports the Seattle Times. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence said it was the first time a gun manufacturer has agreed to pay
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