Defense: Shooter's dad was never told he couldn't have guns

Raymond Fryberg, left, the father of the Washington state teenager who fatally shot four classmates and himself at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in October 2014, arrives at the federal courthouse in Seattle, Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. Fryberg is on trial this week for six counts of illegally possessing firearms, including the one used in the shooting, while under a domestic violence restraining order that meant he was not allowed to have guns. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)SEATTLE (AP) — Prosecutors told jurors Tuesday that the father of the teenager who shot and killed four classmates and himself repeatedly lied on forms to illegally buy firearms. But the father’s lawyer countered the man underwent multiple background checks and was never told he was barred from having guns.

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