In 2017, Honor Defense was called out by the gun community for making weapons that can fire when dropped. Now a police officer is suing the company after he was shot by his.
News and notes on guns in America
Roughly two dozen members of the National Rifle Association’s board of directors are said to be unflinchingly loyal to Wayne LaPierre, and the group’s bylaws make it difficult for dissenters to win seats.
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Secrecy, Self-Dealing, and Greed at the NRA
The organization’s leadership is focused on external threats, but the real crisis is of its own making.
Dissenters continue to fear reprisals, but there are glimmers of momentum for an internal campaign to withhold contributions to the gun group.
The private funders and outreach groups behind the “<399” plan are bringing unprecedented coordination to gun violence prevention in the city. But without more public dollars, they say, the effort may fall short.
A countersuit by ousted NRA president Oliver North points to the gun group leader’s “total dictatorial control over the NRA.”
A group of members wants to root out corruption in order to “Save the Second.”
Ideological lines get tangled when reforming the system means people once barred from owning firearms can get them back.
Voters in several states have gone to the polls to approve new gun reforms. Now the NRA is backing bills to constrain the ballot initiative process.
Using fraudulent invoices, Woody Phillips diverted more than $1 million from a consulting firm to his personal account.