9/11 Victims Say Saudi Arabia Can't Nix Terror-Support Claims

By John Kennedy (November 13, 2017, 9:00 PM EST) -- Saudi Arabia can't dispose of the massive lawsuit claiming it supported al-Qaida as it planned and carried out 9/11, victims of the terrorist attacks told a New York federal judge Thursday, arguing that the country hasn't adequately challenged the court's jurisdiction.

The victims, which include companies and other entities that were financially harmed by the attacks, are seeking to hold Saudi Arabia, the Saudi High Commission for Relief of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and others accountable for their support. Saudi Arabia is currently looking to dismiss an amended complaint that was filed after the Second Circuit vacated the lower court's rulings in February and...

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