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CT Mirror: Blumenthal, family - Slain woman a victim of faulty law

Family members of Lori Jackson Gellatly, the 32-year-old mother from Oxford who was shot to death last month in what police say was a case of domestic violence, said Monday that a loophole in state and federal law may have contributed to her death.

State and federal law bar the subjects of permanent restraining orders from purchasing or possessing a firearm. But Scott Gellatly, the victim's estranged husband and accused killer, had been under only a temporary restraining order at the time of her death, meaning he was not subject to the same restrictions.

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