Mexico is suing Smith & Wesson Corporation, among other manufacturers.
It was always going to go down like this. Everyone should have seen it coming.
Everything about the Jewish dominion over America is about undermining our civilization, using judo on it rather than direct firepower most of the time.
America is comfortable, for whatever reason, with extreme litigiousness, and will put the rights of lawyers before those of the people, those enumerated in the Constitution.
The Mexican government has launched legal action against US gunmakers in an unprecedented attempt to halt the flow of guns across the border, where US-made weapons are routinely used in cartel gun-battles, terror attacks on civilians – and increasingly to challenge the state itself.
The Mexican government is suing six gunmakers in a Massachusetts court, alleging negligence in their failure to control their distributors and that the illegal market in Mexico “has been their economic lifeblood”.
Announcing the suit on Wednesday, foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard alleged that units of Smith & Wesson, Barrett Firearms, Colt’s Manufacturing Company, Glock and Sturm, Ruger have catered to the tastes and needs of Mexican drug cartels and depend on illegal Mexican sales to boost their bottom lines.
The lawsuit alleges that gun companies openly pandered to Mexican criminals, citing Colt’s special edition .38 pistol, engraved with an image of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata. One such weapon was used in the 2017 murder of Chihuahua journalist Miroslava Breach, who investigated links between politicians and organized crime and was shot dead while taking her son to school.
Emiliano Zapata’s Colt .38 special edition
“We’re going to litigate in all seriousness and we’re going to win at trial and we’re going to drastically reduce the illegal weapons trafficking to Mexico, which cannot remain unpunished with respect to those who produce, promote and encourage this trafficking from the United States,” Ebrard said.
“The companies must immediately stop negligent practices, which cause damage in Mexico and cause deaths in Mexico.”
Mexico is seeking up to $10bn in damages, as well as better safety features on guns and tighter controls on sales.
Mexican officials said there were legal precedents for the suit, including a recent offer by Remington to pay nearly $33m to families to settle lawsuits claiming that its marketing of firearms contributed to the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre in Connecticut, where 26 people died.
None of the companies named in the suit made any immediate public response.
Mexico has been plagued by violence for the past 15 years since then president Felipe Calderón deployed troops to fight a militarized “war on drugs”. Much of the violence has been perpetrated with weapons originally sold in the United States and smuggled into Mexico, according to analyses of firearms recovered from crime scenes.
A study by the Mexican government found that 2.5m weapons had been illegally smuggled into the country over the past 10 years, including military grade weapons such as 50-calibre Barrett rifles capable of taking down helicopters.
Organized crime factions have become increasingly audacious as they confront rivals in battles over territory and even challenge security forces in pitched battles. In October 2019 cartel gunmen with machine guns and armoured trucks overran the city of Culiacán, forcing the military to release Ovidio Guzmán, son of imprisoned cartel boss Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.
Culiacan in 2019.
“US weapons are essential to Mexican drug cartels,” said Falko Ernst, senior Mexico analyst at the International Crisis Group. A successful lawsuit and stopping US weapons “would make a deep dent, at least in the short and medium term,” Ernst said.
“But the question is whether alternative supply lines would eventually evolve if US weapons were unavailable,” he said, pointing to the staggering number of weapons “lost” by the police.
On paper at least, Mexico has strict gun-control laws and legal weapons can only be bought at a single store on an army base in Mexico City.
Something similar is happening to the NRA.
The gun manufactures will all be sued to hell, and the entire industry will become nonviable.
The cartel angle is simply the start. Soon it will be family members of black gang members who got shot in a parking lot argument gone wrong that are suing the gun makers.
Like with the whores suing Harvey Weinstein, once there is blood in the water an army of lawyers will begin charging like the hordes of Mordor to pick the bones from the gun people.
Americans should be suing reckless U.S. gun makers as well.
— Mark (@markofbattersea) August 4, 2021
TOTALLY, “okay” with Mexico SUING Firearms Manufacturers over gun Trafficking Toll. https://t.co/xlTCumKMsk
— Lois Shorten (@lbarbara48_2) August 4, 2021
Juicy and perfect lawsuit by Mexico!! They can win this so fast!! They are suing USA GUN MAKERS for selling their crap in Mexico=
For causing GUN RAMPAGING Bloodshed ALA flooding MXCO streets with bloody GUN CRIME from their gun sales! This is beautiful! Good on you Mexico!!!
— DOUBLEMASK INDOORS ANYWHERE ITS DELTA SUPERSPREAD (@KINGTRUMPUSLIAR) August 4, 2021
Mexico is suing gun manufacturers in the US for $10 billion!At least there they have laws that allow them to do so, not like the USA!!
— Claudia (@claudia_speech) August 4, 2021
And Mexico is suing US for gun sales oversight as they should https://t.co/QkyEdyASSQ
— Sarah Barker (@Sarah_G_Barker) August 4, 2021
Mexico suing gun manufacturers is not something I saw coming in 2021.
NRA lobbyists can’t fix this. https://t.co/iPSkevLUCL
— Catherine (@CatherineMFDS) August 4, 2021