Armslist website linked to Tennessee shooting denies it sells guns

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Mourners places flags at a growing memorial in front of the Armed Forces Career Center in Chattanooga, Tenn., July 16, 2015.

Mourners places flags at a growing memorial in front of the Armed Forces Career Center in Chattanooga, Tenn., on July 16, 2015. Four Marines were killed by a gunman who opened fire at two military offices in Chattanooga, before being fatally shot in an attack officials called a brazen, brutal act of domestic terrorism. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Tami Chappell

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(Reuters) The website where friends of the Tennessee shooting suspect said he had purchased guns before last week's attack denied on Thursday that it was in the business of selling weapons, saying it instead offered "a free speech forum."