Shooter in Uvalde Lawsuit Accused of Recreating ‘Call of Duty’ Scene

Uvalde, Texas – A lawsuit has been filed by the family of a victim in the Uvalde shooting, alleging that the shooter was inspired by scenarios from the popular video game “Call of Duty.” The incident, which occurred in November 2019, resulted in the deaths of six people. The lawsuit claims that the shooter, who … Read more

Instagram and Call of Duty Lawsuit Over Uvalde School Shooting Tragedy

Uvalde, Texas – Families of the victims in the tragic incident at Robb Elementary School have taken legal action against Activision, the publisher of the game Call of Duty, and Meta, the social media platform. They assert that these companies played a role in fostering the shooter’s aggressive behavior by providing access to weapons through … Read more

Lawsuit Claims Call of Duty and Meta Exposed Uvalde Shooter to Assault Weapon

Uvalde, Texas – The families of the victims in the tragic shooting at Robb Elementary School are taking legal action against major companies, Activision and Meta. They are alleging that these companies played a role in exposing the shooter to the weapon he used and conditioning him to view it as a solution to his … Read more

Instagram and Call of Duty Influence Uvalde Gunman in Tragic Massacre

Uvalde, Texas – Families of the victims from the tragic 2022 Robb Elementary School massacre in Uvalde, Texas, filed two lawsuits, alleging that Instagram and Call of Duty played a role in grooming the 18-year-old gunman. These bombshell lawsuits were filed on the second anniversary of the deadliest school shooting. The lawsuits claim that these … Read more

Grooming Allegations: Uvalde Families Target Instagram, ‘Call of Duty’ and Rifle Maker in Lawsuit

UVALDE, Texas – Families in Uvalde, Texas, are accusing Instagram, the video game “Call of Duty,” and a rifle maker of allegedly “grooming” a young man who carried out a deadly shooting. The incident has sparked a debate about the influence of online platforms and violent video games on individuals. The families claim that the … Read more

Lawsuits Targeting Meta Platforms, “Call of Duty” Game, and AR-15 Makers Filed by Uvalde Mass Shooting Victims’ Families

Uvalde, Texas – Families of the victims killed in the tragic 2022 Uvalde mass shooting have filed civil death lawsuits against Meta Platforms, the owner of Instagram, the publisher of the video game “Call of Duty,” and Daniel Defense, the manufacturers of AR-15 assault rifles. The lawsuits, which were filed on the second anniversary of … Read more

Meta Faced with Lawsuit by Uvalde Families Over ‘Grooming’ Call of Duty Shooter

Uvalde, Texas – Two families in Uvalde, Texas are taking legal action against Meta, the parent company of Facebook, as well as the makers of the popular video game Call of Duty, and a gun manufacturer. They are claiming that these entities played a role in “grooming” the shooter responsible for a mass shooting incident. … Read more

Gunman Allegedly Trained by Video Game and Gun Companies in Uvalde School Shooting Legal Action

Uvalde, Texas – Two years after the tragic school shooting that claimed the lives of 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in May 2022, families of the victims have taken legal action against three companies they believe contributed to the gunman’s ability to carry out the attack. The families have filed lawsuits … Read more

Anniversary of Uvalde Shooting Sees Flood of Lawsuits in Courthouses

UVALDE, Texas – As the anniversary of the Uvalde shooting approaches, courthouses are inundated with lawsuits related to the tragic event. Families and survivors are seeking justice and closure as they navigate the legal system in search of accountability. Since the shooting in 1994 that resulted in multiple fatalities and left a deep scar on … Read more

Uvalde Families Sue Meta & Call of Duty for Mass Shooting Tragedy

Uvalde, Texas, where a tragic school shooting claimed the lives of 19 elementary school students and two teachers, is now at the center of a lawsuit filed by the families of the victims. The lawsuit targets Meta Platforms, owner of Instagram, the maker of the video game “Call of Duty,” and Daniel Defense, the manufacturer … Read more