iconic rock band guns N Roses sued an online gun store based in the state of Texas, The European Union, to use their name without authorizationWithin the framework of a series of shootings with fatal consequences that occurred in the country.
Exclusive media accessed the lawsuit, which detailed that the famous group’s legal team The complaint was filed on Thursday, December 1 in a federal court in the State of CaliforniaWhere do they originate from?
The lawsuit is directed at the Jersey Village Florist firm, owner of the online store www.texasgunsandroses.com By “false appellation of origin, unfair competition, false suggestion”, among other offences.
sales site offers pistols, rifles, ammunition, body armor and even roses” without Guns N’ Roses authorization, license or consentThis was specified in the documentation led by W Axl Rose (“Axl Rose”), Saul Hudson (“Slash”) and Michael “Duff” McKagan, who were members of the band formed in the 80s.
On the other hand, the interpreters of “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Paradise City” revealed that they found out about the existence of this business in 2019 and that In 2020 he asked the company to stop using his name, to no avail.
Lastly, the plaintiffs assert that the nature of the business is “harmful” for Guns N’ Roses, which She doesn’t want to be associated with a “firearms” dealer.
Deadly shootings continue in America
a shooting at a school in Texas (May), and others that occurred in November at a university and a supermarket in Virginia and at an LGBT club in Colorado, with fatalities, Re-energized the debate on the purchase and possession of weapons in the United States, a right that, those who defend it, assure that it is protected by an age-old constitutional norm. President Joe Biden himself has called for stricter gun control laws.
according to the portal Gun Violence ArchiveWere registered in the United States so far this year 40,781 deaths from firearms, Although more than half of the cases are of suicide. Of this total, about 200 deaths were related to mass killings.