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New York vs NRA — and the silencing of dissent

9 August 2020

8:50 PM

9 August 2020

8:50 PM

On Thursday morning, New York Attorney General Letitia James announced a lawsuit against the National Rifle Association. According to James, senior NRA executives have embezzled and wasted millions of donors’ dollars. Rather than simply suing, or prosecuting, the actual offenders, though, James seeks the complete dissolution of the NRA and a lifetime ban on four top executives from ever serving on a New York non-profit board ever again.

New York’s move is a case of concern trolling.

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