Move to Fire: A Family's Tragedy, a Lone Attorney, and a Teenager's Victory Over a Corrupt Gunmaker

Move to Fire: A Family's Tragedy, a Lone Attorney, and a Teenager's Victory Over a Corrupt Gunmaker

by Michael W. Harkins

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Overview

From the foreword of Move To Fire -- "...no government entity can force a gun manufacturer to recall a defective gun... an unethical gun manufacturer could choose to create and sell a gun it knew to be defective, and no entity could stop that from happening."
"That happened."


A decade after seven-year-old Brandon Maxfield was paralyzed in an accidental shooting by a defective gun, he and his attorney accomplished what the government couldn't do, and the firearms industry and gun safety groups failed to do - hold the defective gun's manufacturer accountable for creating millions of low quality, dangerous guns so connected to tragedy that they were known as junk guns. When the gunmaker filed bankruptcy to avoid paying his half of a historic $50,000,000 product liability award to Brandon, then schemed to resurrect the company, the teen launched a campaign to acquire the company himself and stop it from producing thousands more defective guns. Brandon's and attorney Richard Ruggieri's efforts attracted national support, and derision, as their story became international news. Michael W. Harkins' compelling narrative is an illuminating account of the people and events that captivated the world's leading media outlets in nine countries, and also reveals why millions of defectively designed guns like the one that almost killed Brandon Maxfield are still on the streets.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780996567206
Publisher: Story and Pictures
Publication date: 11/02/2015
Pages: 350
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.78(d)

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Move To Fire: A Family's Tragedy, A Lone Attorney, And A Teenager's Victory Over A Corrupt Gunmaker 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Poseyl More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put this book down! You may remember hearing about this story in the news several years ago and wonder whatever happened to this young man and his family. This is a story of the triumph of good over the evil of a corrupt gun manufacturer. It's an amazing read! Clearly written in a manner that a layperson is able to understand, the author guides you through the tremendous amount of legal shenanigans this lawyer encountered to weave his way through the courts to a winning success for Brandon. In this day of increasing mass shootings and skyrocketing gun sales this book should become required reading for gun ownership.