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Breaking – Kevin Brittingham Wins Suit Against FGI

Based on this screenshot we received a little while ago it appears that former Advanced Armament Corp front man Kevin Brittingham has prevailed in his lawsuit against Freedom Group who purchased AAC from him in late 2009. Brittingham’s employment with AAC was terminated two years ago, in December 2011 after FGI said that he had violated company policy by bringing personally owned firearms to work. He has maintained that the termination was a ploy by FGI to avoid paying him monies owed.


Tried earlier this year as Random Ventures Inc. et. al v. Advanced Armament Corp LLC et. al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 12-06792, the suit contains 14 claims and Brittingham wins all of them including his demand for millions of dollars he says are owed by Freedom Group (over 10 Million plus interest). Additionally, this ruling negates his noncompete clause.

Foxnews online has additional info on the case but has not been updated on this judgement from the court.

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5 Responses to “Breaking – Kevin Brittingham Wins Suit Against FGI”

  1. Paralus says:

    good, those Freedom Group dicks need to get hammered for pulling this chicanery, cheap bastards.

  2. Toby says:

    Congratulations Kevin on standing by and doing what you know is correct. This industry is full of people who will nay say, steel, cheat, and bully you to keep a better idea or product from effecting their bottom line. Thank GOD that the good people, our fellow citizens will stand by and support those of us who are actually trying to do the right thing. I am glad you are receiving what it is you are owed. Keep doing the right thing and never stop towing the line. GOD’s speed brother and good work.

  3. Jbgleason says:

    HEY SSD. Would you please stay on top of this and get back with details when they become available? I am curious what Freedom Group was up to as found in the decision. Seeing as that they own a significant chunk of the tactical world, I like to know who I am dealing with. TIA.

  4. BigMikeMike says:

    I to would like to ask SSD to keep us readers up to date on this story. Sounds like Freedom Group is run by a bunch of democrats. I don’t do business with crooks or democrats, which usually is the same thing.

  5. Mitchell says:

    Most likely they will appeal the ruling.