Woman Involved in Kroger Shooting Files Class-Action Lawsuit Against the Suspect, Retailer

A woman who was inside a Louisville Kroger last year when a gunman opened fire killing two shoppers has filed a class-action lawsuit against the suspect and supermarket chain, the Courier Journal reports. Plaintiff Denise Clark claims that she suffered "physical, mental and/or emotional injuries" as a result of the shooting, and was only offered a $10 gift card as compensation. Clark's attorney said that more than two dozen shootings have taken place at Kroger stores around the country since 1991, and despite knowing about these issues the company took no actions to provide safety measures for its customers. The gunman, Gregory Bush, is facing murder and hate crime charges in state and federal court.

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