Like the rest of the federal government, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has been closed this week due to the double-dose of winter storms. That, however, hasn’t stopped one case from seeing a flurry of activity.

On Tuesday, Judge Richard Roberts granted summary judgment for a security contractor, Aegis Defence Services, in a lawsuit brought by a U.S. soldier, Khadim Alkanani, who claimed the company’s employees had shot him during a 2005 intelligence mission in Iraq. The judge also dismissed claims against the contractor’s British parent company.

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