Evidence of the alleged link between the Iraqi government and al-Qaida may not have been conclusively accepted in the court of public opinion, but it is enough to win a default judgment in the Southern District of New York. The survivors of two people killed in the World Trade Center attack were awarded $104 million in damages Wednesday against the state of Iraq, Osama bin Laden and his terrorist network.
Sept. 11 Plaintiffs Win Case Against Iraq
New York Law Journal
May 8, 2003
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