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Buffalo shooting survivors say social media companies and a body armor maker enabled the killer

Associated Press

A pair of lawsuits claim social media companies and a body armor manufacturer enabled the gunman who killed 10 Black people in a racist attack at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket. The lawsuits filed by Everytown Law in state court in Buffalo claim that the massacre at Tops supermarket in May 2022 was made possible by a host of companies and individuals. The suits were filed Tuesday on behalf of the son of a 65-year-old victim and a group of survivors.

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