Two New Hampshire police officers who were shot and wounded in 2016 by a man who pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity have sued the state Department of Safety commissioner and a gun shop, saying they were negligent in allowing him to buy a gun. The lawsuit filed by Manchester officers Ryan Hardy and Matthew O'Connor says the department received information from police that Ian MacPherson was disqualified from possessing a gun a week before he got one from Chester Arms. MacPherson shot the officers after they tried to question him in a robbery. The 34-year-old MacPherson was later arrested and diagnosed as delusional and psychotic. A spokesman said the Safety Department hasn't seen the complaint and has no comment. A message was left at the gun...
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Manchester Police Officers Sue State, Gun Shop Over Shooting