Lawyer: Glock Used Power to Get Him Wrongfully Imprisoned

A former lawyer for gun manufacturer Glock says in a federal lawsuit filed this week that a vindictive campaign by the company led to unfounded criminal charges against him that caused his wrongful imprisonment. Former Glock general counsel Paul Jannuzzo said in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in Atlanta that Glock Inc., the Georgia-based subsidiary of the Austrian gun company, used its wealth, power and influence to get local prosecutors to pursue criminal charges against people the company wanted to see locked up. The suit names Glock Inc. and Consultinvest Inc., as well as their private attorneys, Robert Core and John Renzulli, who the suit says were directed by Glock founder Gaston Glock Sr.