Sam Cohen FOX40 News 09/23/2011
A girl held captive for 18 years, enduring horrific abuse and neglect, filed a complaint against the United States Government. The complaint filed on behalf of Jaycee Lee Dugard does not seek a specific amount for the circumstances she endured, but rather asks a judge to make a settlement decision after a case is presented.
JENNIFER VALENTINO-DEVRIES The Wall Street Journal 09/23/2011
GREG BLUESTEIN AP 09/23/2011
NBC Washington 09/20/2011
Bei Hu Bloomberg.com 09/16/2011
Herald Sun 09/15/2011
The National Law Journal 09/14/2011
MIKE CORDER and RACHEL ZOLL Breitbart.com 09/14/2011
One of Hong Kong's major appeals as a base for international companies doing business in Asia has been recourse to its British-established common law courts. But recent Hong Kong rulings have raised the unsettling possibility that a whole class of potential defendants may have legal immunity from claims.
Clergy sex abuse victims upset that no high-ranking Roman Catholic leaders have been prosecuted for sheltering guilty priests have turned to the International Criminal Court, seeking an investigation of the pope and top Vatican cardinals for possible crimes against humanity. The Vatican called the move a "ludicrous publicity stunt."
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