Cody Wilson

Wilson sparked controversy after creating the world's first fully 3D-printed gun and sharing the blueprint online.
Cody Wilson left Defense Distributed in the wake of charges involving a 16-year-old girl and
Wilson, 30, fled to Taiwan to avoid being charged with sexual assault. The Taiwanese authorities sent him back to America.
He'll likely be deported to the U.S., where he'll face a charge of sexually assaulting a minor.
The Defense Distributed founder texted the girl photos of his penis and described himself as a "big deal," according to an arrest affidavit.
U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik in Seattle said the blueprints’ publication could cause irreparable harm to U.S. citizens.
Amid a last-minute bid by states to prevent the spread of untraceable firearms, a company has released plans for seven 3D-printed guns, including an AR-15.
They're making a last-ditch effort to stop a Texas-based company from releasing downloadable models for plastic guns on Aug. 1.
The judge said he was sympathetic to the gun control groups’ concerns but questioned their legal standing to intervene in the case.