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US Judge Blocks Release of 3D Gun Blueprints Amid Uproar

by:Tuowei     2019-09-10
On Tuesday, an American judge temporarily blocked the online release of the 3D blueprint.
The last printed gun.
President Donald Trump\'s administration has reached a settlement with the company that released digital documents.
Eight states and the District of Columbia in Washington have filed lawsuits against the federal government, saying they have reached a settlement with Texas.
Distributed defense of \"arbitrary and capricious.
\"The Trump administration has solved a Five
Allow the company to publish its website Defcad-
Its founder, Cody Wilson, called the homemade gun a \"ghost gun\" WikiLeaks.
\"These weapons can be manufactured using a 3D printer or a personal steel mill and lack traceable serial numbers.
At least one gun can also be made of plastic, and the metal detector can hardly see the plastic.
S. District Judge Robert rusnick in Seattle, Washington, approved the plaintiff\'s motion for a temporary restraining order, blocked the release of the digital plan and planned a hearing on August 10.
One of the plaintiffs, New York attorney general Barbara andwood, said in a written statement that the ruling was \"a major victory for common sense and public safety \".
\"As we argued in yesterday\'s lawsuit, it was-simply -
Frantically create untraceable, undetectable tools for criminals
Press the button to print out the gun.
However, this is exactly what the Trump administration has decided to allow.
\"With Tuesday\'s riots, the White House has expressed doubts about the legitimacy of Wilson\'s efforts, although the government has agreed
Lighting up this project
Earlier in the day, Trump spoke on Twitter, revealing that he had been with major U.
The National Rifle Association\'s gun lobby is also talking about the topic.
\"I\'m investigating 3-
Plastic guns are sold to the public, \"the president said.
\"Already talked to NRA and it doesn\'t seem to make much sense!
White House spokesman Hogan Ridley extended the president\'s comments on Tuesday night, telling reporters that \"it is currently illegal to own or manufacture any type of full plastic gun --
Included made on a 3D printer.
The government supports almost two-decade-old law.
\"At the same time, Wilson remained provocative and vowed to fight in court.
He told Wired that he is facing legal action against \"at least 21 state attorneys general\" who believe public safety is at risk --
But he insisted he wouldn\'t hold back.
\"I intend to file a lawsuit,\" he told the magazine . \".
\"Americans have an unquestionable right to share this information. \"The self-
Announce \"encryption-
The \"anarchy\" also posted a digital blueprint online ahead of Wednesday\'s release date.
Agence France-Presse downloaded two files from the website on Tuesday, although it had some technical glitches and was difficult to access.
The website has 10 gun and weapon parts that can download digital files.
Wilson, a law school drop-out student who is engaged in the cause of allowing unrestricted information on the web that is not subject to government intervention, argued that the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States guaranteeing the right to carry weapons, it should be extended to the right of a person to make their own guns.
His legal team believes that any move to stop the distribution of blueprints will violate the \"basic principles of freedom of expression \".
But the Federal Court disagreed.
Before settling with the Trump administration, Wilson lost both in the District and in the appeals court.
The United States Supreme Court refused to accept his case.
Politicians, gun control advocates, and law enforcement are all going to allow anyone --
From teenagers to criminals
Make dangerous weapons.
But while Wilson somehow became a public image of self-made weapon technology, the phenomenon of \"ghost guns\" is bigger than his website.
Earlier in July, the Los Angeles police showed off at a six
Undercover operation of the month
Guns including AR15-
According to police, the semi-automatic rifle was made of equipment purchased online.
Wilson\'s website also provides a blueprint for AR-15.
Over the past five years, Wilson\'s defense distribution has grown to 15 employees.
Describe the warehouse in Austin, the capital of Texas.
They created a 3D plastic.
A printable pistol called \"Liberator\", a machine called \"Ghost Gunner\" that can be used to make homemade metal gun parts and collect other digital gun files.
Jonathan Roy of Brady\'s center for gun violence prevention told AFP that if Wilson\'s website is finally allowed to be released, the consequences could be greater outside the United States.
\"This is certainly a huge international issue, especially given that gun laws in many other countries are much stronger than in the United States,\" Lowy said . \".
\"So, there are a lot of people in these countries who shouldn\'t have guns, unless they can get 3D-printed gun.
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