Attorney: Father of Marysville school shooter believed he could legally possess guns


Raymond Lee Fryberg Jr. “slipped under the screen” when he was allowed to purchase firearms despite a tribal court order barring him from possessing the weapons, assistant U.S. Attorney Bruce Miyake said Tuesday during opening statements in Fryberg’s federal trial.

On government forms, Fryberg repeatedly stated that he wasn’t the subject of a protection order, despite pleading no contest to violating the 2002 order in 2012, Miyake said.


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