Even more amazing is the Nevada Police openly stating they may bring charges against the parents.....which as far as I know Nevada doesn't have any law concerning intervention over a Child using a firearm. So how can they be stating they could bring the Parents up on charges. Especially if they didn't know the kid took the Weapon in the first place?
Girlfriend Dies in 'Hug of Death' When Teen Makes Fatal Mistake | CafeMomA 24-year-old Phoenix woman is dead after a fatal hug with her 18-year-old boyfriend. The victim, identified as Amanda Mosley, was shot by a gun that accidentally discharged after being tucked down the front of the teenager’s pants.
Mosley reportedly complained the gun was “making her uncomfortable,” and as the young man removed it from the waistband of his pants, the firearm misfired and shot her. She was rushed to the hospital where she died from her injuries.
I wonder if there will be any charges filed in this case. It seems that guns keep going off on there own.
As to your accidental poisoning question? If you leave rat poison next to the Cheerios, and your 2-year-old dies? You should go to jail for manslaughter. Or something. This is called personal responsibility. We need to embrace it.