Sandy Hook Victims will Share a $1.5 Million Award

It cannot bring back their loved ones, but the families of those lost to  a senseless gun violence in Newtown Connecticut on December 14th, 2012, was awarded a $1.5 million award.

The families filed a lawsuit against the estate of Adam Lanza’s mother, saying that her negligent resulted in her son taking a gun from her home and murdering twenty kids and six adults in Sandy Hook elementary school.

“There was a settlement for the amount of 1.5 million” dollars, Ana Rios, assistant to lawyer Joshua Koskoff who is representing nine of the families involved, told AFP.

The lawsuits accused Lanza of negligence for leaving a rifle unguarded in her home, within the reach of her son who had a history of mental illness, media reported.

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