In search for accountability on mass shootings, Chicago lawyer charts new course: Suing gun manufacturers
TONY ROMANUCCI: ‘FAMILIES ARE RELYING UPON US TO DO SOMETHING, BECAUSE NO ONE ELSE IS’
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. — Eduardo Uvaldo, 69, was one of the seven people killed in the July 4, 2022 parade attack in Highland Park. For his daughter, Nubia Hogan, it’s been a year of grieving, reflecting, and searching for solutions to the problem of mass shootings.
“I think that they need to ban these weapons,” Hogan said. “They don’t need to be out there. Civilians don’t need it. These are weapons of war.”