Asking chief Administrator Kevin Morgan and Lead prosecutor Dick Donovan to reconsider their decision not to charge the Lynch family.
"An accidental discharge of a firearm causing death, even if the result of gross negligence cannot be prosecuted criminally," "Just as it is law officials duty to prosecute those who violate the law, it is equally their duty to refrain from prosecuting those whose conduct, no matter how outrageous, does not constitute a crime. This is such a case in the matters of the lynch family. There was no intentions, No gross negligence or criminal act in the matter of the accidental discharge of a firearm.
Accidental shooting must meet the standard of "culpable negligence." In the case of the lynch family it was a accidental occurrence following up with a normal family day of key points.
Unintentional discharge is the event of a firearm discharging (firing) at a time not intended by the user. Unintentionally leaving a firearm loaded is more likely to occur when the individual handling the gun is poorly trained, and perhaps also with removable-magazine-fed firearms as the magazine may be removed (giving an unloaded appearance even when a round remains chambered).
The tragic situation has left the family in astronomic distress and disbelief in this very tragic situation. The belief in a lost one as close as a sister and a daughter is no kind of want from moral individuals, as the lynch family who live as lawful citizens has become unbearable and distressed in this process and unable to grieve peacefully.