Uvalde father seeks answers on gun maker’s marketing and advertising

Alfred Garza III And His Daughter Amerie Jo Garza, one of the 21 Victims Of The Uvalde Mass Shooting

A lawyer at the center of a landmark settlement against Remington, the manufacturer of the gun used in the 2012 Sandy Hook school taking pictures, has turned his interest to the maker of the gun used in the Uvalde university taking pictures.

The lawyer, on behalf of the father of a 10-year-old killed in Uvalde, Texas previous week, issued a letter to the maker of the AR-15 applied in the mass capturing looking for responses about advertising their goods to teenagers and kids.

Alfred Garza III, father of Amerie Jo Garza, introduced the letter alongside Texas attorney Mikal Watts and Connecticut legal professional Josh Koskoff. Koskoff and his workforce assisted negotiate a $73 million settlement in the wake of a lawsuit in opposition to the now-defunct Remington and its insurance provider, the maker of the AR-15 applied in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre.