NY judge rules that state's lawsuit to dissolve the NRA can go ahead six days after it filed for bankruptcy and announced a move to Texas | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

NY judge rules that state's lawsuit to dissolve the NRA can go ahead six days after it filed for bankruptcy and announced a move to Texas

A New York judge on Thursday ruled that the state's lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association can go ahead.

Judge Joel Cohen's decision will allow New York Attorney General Letitia James' lawsuit to move ahead in state court in Manhattan, rather than dismissing it on technical grounds or moving it to federal court, as the NRA's lawyers desired.

James' lawsuit, filed last August, seeks the NRA's dissolution under state nonprofit law over claims that top executives illegally diverted tens of millions of dollars for trips, no-show contracts and other expenditures.

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