Gun manufacturer Remington has offered nearly $33 million to nine families of victims killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in a proposed lawsuit settlement, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
Remington Arms Company LLC and Remington Outdoors Company Inc — collectively “Remington” — offered $3,660,000 to nine plaintiffs representing the estate of victims killed in the shooting, according to nine separate offers of compromise filed Tuesday.
In a statement the lawyers for the victims’ families say in part they will “consider their next steps.”
CNN has reached out to Remington for comment.
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