Judge In $1B Iran Asset Fight Looks Ready To Push Forward

By Pete Brush (July 7, 2017, 5:34 PM EDT) -- An Iran-linked charity held liable to surrender its Midtown Manhattan office tower for sanctions violations said Thursday it believes such a punishment would violate a constitutional bar on excessive fines, but the judge overseeing the historic case displayed little desire to hold off on entering judgment pending that long-shot theory....

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