Brother of woman killed in Azana Spa shooting testifies over proposed gun legislation
WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee is looking at closing loopholes in federal law. Closing the loopholes would prevent convicted stalkers, as well as abusive boyfriends, from buying guns.
The most gripping testimony Wednesday came from Zina Daniel's brother, Elvin. Zina had a restraining order against her estranged husband, but he bought a gun from a website that didn't require background checks.
He used that gun to kill Zina and two other women at the Azana Spa in Brookfield in 2012.