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THINK PROGRESS (Justice)
Four years ago, a gunman opened fire on the audience of an Aurora, Colorado movie theater, killing 12 and wounding 70. Now, Cinemark, the movie theater chain where the attack occurred, is asking victims and their families for thousands of dollars.
Last month, a state jury ruled that Cinemark wasn’t liable for massacre. The movie theater chain — which is the nation’s third largest — then filed paperwork seeking $699,187.13 in legal fees from the plaintiffs, as reported by Deadline.
It’s not altogether unusual for the victor in a civil case to seek legal redress from the other party, but in this case, the victor is a massive movie chain conglomerate, suing victims of a gun massacre— some of whom are survivors, and some of whom are the parents of those who were killed. Many of…
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