Families of Texas shooting victims take steps against gunmaker

The father of a 10-year-old girl killed in the Uvalde, Texas school shooting and a school worker have taken early steps that could lead to a lawsuit against Daniel Defense, the maker of the semi-automatic rifle used in last week’s massacre, In which 21 people were killed. ,

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Lawyers for Alfred Garza, father of Rob Elementary School student Amery Joe Garza, requested in a letter Friday to Daniel Defense that the Black Creek, Georgia-based gun maker provide information about its marketing to teenagers and children.

“We ask you to start giving us information now, rather than forcing Mr. Garza to file a lawsuit,” his lawyers wrote in the letter.


Separately, school employee Emilia Marin filed papers in Texas state court to depose Daniel Defense and force the company to turn over documents related to its marketing. Marin is listed on the school’s website as a Speech Pathologist Clerk.

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Marin’s filing late Thursday is a plea to…