Company selling 3D-printed gun blueprints online despite court injunction
The founder of a company planning to distribute blueprints for the production of plastic guns using 3D printers said he started selling the plans today, although the ban blocked them due to concerns about public safety. On Monday, a federal judge in Seattle extended the ban, preventing the distribution of non-profit defense agencies from posting the plans online, after states and the union in the Colombian region said, plastic weapons will be provided. Cody Wilson, founder of Distributed, said the judge\'s decision was a \"knead and subversion\" of his First Amendment rights, which the ruling said, states are more worried about potential harm than that. Wilson told reporters on Tuesday that while the ban prevented him from publicly publishing the documents, he was still able to sell them online and distribute them via email or mail on a USB drive. The company started selling the documents this morning, he said, adding that thousands of users have ordered them through his website or registered to sell their own plans. \"Anyone who wants these documents will get them,\" Wilson told reporters . \". \"I\'m going to sell them and I\'m going to ship them out. It started this morning. Will never be interrupted. \"The free exchange of these ideas will never be interrupted, and now people can participate on my website. It\'s not just me who sells these documents. I invite the public to share their documents. \"The lawsuit that prompted the extension of the ban on Monday was filed after the defendant filed a lawsuit with the United States. S. The State Council will allow these documents to be published publicly online. In a ruling on Monday, District Judge Robert Lasnik wrote that the dispute law in this case, the Arms Export Control Act, would prohibit the posting of these plans online, \"but could be sent by email, mail, securely transmit or otherwise publish within the United States. \"Wilson said his company only sold plans to the American people at this time. Washington is one of the states that sued to prevent Wilson from publishing documents online. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said on Monday that the ban had blocked the dangerous policy and now called on the federal government to intervene. \"Due to our lawsuit, it is again illegal to release downloadable gun documents to the Internet,\" Ferguson said in a statement . \". \"I believe the federal government will make Cody Wilson Password of description The anarchy responsible for the law If they do not, President Trump will be responsible for anyone who was injured or killed by these weapons.