McCormick Foundation is a Chicago-based nonprofit charitable trust established in 1955, upon the death of “Colonel” Robert R. McCormick, a member of the celebrated McCormick family. As of 2010 it had more than US$1 billion in assets.
In 1911, McCormick became the editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune, a position he held until his death in 1955. McCormick’s will founded a charitable trust to promote his beliefs regarding the first amendment, citizenship, community service, education and journalism.
Maybe they will claim the lead in the bullets poses a health risk, much like lead in paint. I think they are going to grasp at so straws at throw them at us at the same time to try and make something stick. This multi-angle approach will also slow any legal process down in trying to overturn thei steps toward tyranny.