The gunman who killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis had a gun confiscated by police, but he was still able to buy others. It's raising questions about the state's red flag law.

Why Indiana’s Red Flag Law Did Not Prevent FedEx Mass Shooting

By Jill Sheridan NPR
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