Highland Park killer had his father's help to get a gun

Highland Park killer got help from his father to get a gun

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Highland Park shooting killer Robert Crimo got help from his father to get a gun. 

In 2020, his father sponsored his then 19-year-old son to obtain a gun owner's identification card, according to TMZ information.

This card is required to then be able to buy a semi-automatic rifle.

However, in 2019, Robert Crimo threatened to kill his family.

His parents then decided not to file a complaint against their son, a decision that could have prevented the authorities from selling him a gun.