Brady Campaign Sues for Wrongful Death due to “Internet Loophole” (VIDEO)

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the popular gun exchange website,, for facilitating an illegal gun sale involving a stalker who used the firearm he purchased from a man in Washington state to murder his ex-girlfriend.

The Brady Center along with the Chicago law firm of Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella, P.C., is representing the family of the victim, 36-year-old Jitka Vesel, in the suit.

“Responsible gun sellers and web site operators, like most Americans, recognize that guns should be sold with the greatest care, to prevent arming dangerous people with the means to kill,” said the Brady Center’s Legal Action Project Director, Jonathan Lowy, in a press release on Wednesday.

“Gun sellers and web site operators who facilitate the arming of killers and criminals must be…

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