Justice prevailed on 30 April when the frivilous lawsuit against firearms manufacturers by the city of new york was dismissed by the 2nd Circuit of the U. S. Court of Appeals. The decision was handed down by Judge Robert Miner. The decision was announced by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the firearms industries trade association.
Judge Robert J. Miner, writing for the U.S. Court of Appeals, held the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, enacted in 2005, is constitutional and that Brooklyn, NY, federal court judge Jack B. Weinstein misinterpreted the law by not dismissing the case.
The case that the douchebag mayor of new york michael bloomberg has against out of state firearms retailers is expected to go before the same Judge Weinstein who was not able to correctly read the law in the first suit.