NRA head Wayne LaPierre used friend’s yacht amid threats after mass shootings

NRA head Wayne LaPierre used friend’s yacht amid threats after mass shootings


National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre’s and his family sought safety on his friend’s yacht after he received threats in the wake of mass shootings, it was revealed Monday.

LaPierre disclosed his use of the ship, called the Illusions, for weeks at a time after the Sandy Hook and Parkland massacres in a deposition that was unsealed as part of the NRA’s Texas bankruptcy trial.

“This was offered as a security retreat where we could be safe and feel safe … I used it as a security retreat,” LaPierre said.

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“This was the one — one place that I hope could feel safe. Where I remember getting there going, ‘thank God I’m safe, nobody can get me here. And that’s how it happened. That’s why I used it.’ ”

The yacht, owned by Stanton Mckenzies, was based out of the Bahamas and featured a cook, several staterooms, a jet boat and waverunners.

“I probably went once — one time

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