Trading In Death profiles rogue gun dealer Trader Sports of San Leandro, California. Trader Sports has been the second largest supplier of crime guns of any retailer in the nation.
Without A Trace exposes how the gun lobby, working with its allies in Congress, has protected corrupt gun dealers by blocking the release of information identifying the gun dealers responsible for selling most of the crime guns in America.
Forced Entry blows the whistle on the NRA’s strategy and explains how it tramples property rights and the right of businesses to set the terms and conditions of work.
The Beltway snipers terrorized the DC area in 2002, killing ten. The Brady Center’s lawsuit for victims won a ruling that the dealer and manufacturer of the snipers’ gun could be liable for the shootings, and a $2.5 million settlement.
A playmate shot and killed Nafis Jefferson, 7, with a gun sold to a trafficker, then ditched by a drug dealer on the street. The Brady Center’s lawsuit for Nafis’ mother held accountable the gun dealer who supplied and profited from the trafficker.
This report examines the hows and whys of gun safety regulation - how gun safety regulations can be implemented and why they are needed.
This report shows a substantial drop in the use of high-firepower assault weapons like UZIs and AK-47s in crime, despite industry efforts to evade the statute.
This report discusses previously secret gun industry documents, statements from industry whistle-blowers, and sworn testimony from a host of industry executives.
This report details how terrorists use weak gun laws to amass firearms in the United States.
This special report exposes the hypocrisy of the NRA's rhetoric about enforcement, explaining in detail how the NRA has worked to weaken federal gun laws and to make it more difficult for them to be enforced.