HARTFORD, Conn., Nov 14 (Reuters) - A lawyer for families who lost loved ones in the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting told Connecticut's highest court on Tuesday that Remington Outdoor Co should be held responsible because its military-themed marketing was designed to appeal to young men like killer Adam Lanza.


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