NY AG Files Lawsuit Related To Buffalo Mass Shooting

(Buffalo, NY) — New York’s attorney general is suing a gun accessory manufacturer for allegedly aiding the Buffalo mass shooter. AG Letitia James filed a lawsuit against Mean LLC, which manufactures an MA lock that’s supposed to limit the amount of ammunition in a semiautomatic weapon. In the Buffalo shooter’s manifesto, he wrote he was able to easily remove the lock from the AR-15 he used and add 30 rounds of detachable magazines. James alleges Mean LLC deceptively and falsely advertises that installing an MA Lock on a weapon makes high-capacity weapons legal in New York, allowing the Buffalo shooter to carry out his racist rampage that left ten people dead at a Topps Supermarket last year. The lawsuit aims to bar the company from doing business in New York and pay for damages.