Video: US COURT Find IRAN, TERROR groups Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah & Taliban to blame for 9-11 $6 BLN Judgement part of US court orders Iran, others to pay $6 bn for 9/11

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Tehrān : Iran | over 1 year ago
A US judge formally ordered Iran, al-Qaeda and several other defendants Wednesday to pay $6 billion compensation to the victims of September 11, 2001, in a largely symbolic ruling....
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US COURT Find IRAN, TERROR groups Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah & Taliban to blame for 9-11 $6 BLN Judgement

US COURT Find IRAN, TERROR groups Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah & Taliban to blame for 9/11 $6 BLN Judgement A US Federal Judge has a message for al-Qaeda, the Taliban and the Islamic Republic of Iran: pay up. Federal Magistrate Judge Frank Maas ruled that those three entities must compensate victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to the tune of $6 billion. From Manhattan on Monday, Judge Maas ruled that relatives of the nearly 3000 people killed during the September 11 terrorist attacks shall be awarded a total of $6 billion from three groups of defendants determined by a separate judge last year. Previously Federal Judge George Daniels ruled that al-Qaeda, the Taliban regime and the Iranian government were accountable for the tragedy, although Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has denied any connection on his country's part. This week Judge Maas put a monetary number to that damage. In the latest ruling, Judge Maas calls the defendants "entities that carried out, or aided and abetted" in 9/11 and that they should be responsible for paying the families of those killed. And while some are admitting that collecting that award is almost quite literally impossible, others involved in the suit seem confident that further actions will help them see a paycheck in a matter of months. "I never was in this for the money. I wanted accountability," plaintiff Ellen Saracini tells the New York Daily News. "The money will never bring back my husband, so I don't care about it." Saracini's <b>...</b>
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