A defective military ear plugs injury lawsuit filed against 3M—a Minnesota-based company—was settled in July 2018. The defective military ear plugs injury lawsuit was brought under the whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act, also known as qui tam. The lawsuit affects all those soldiers who served in Iraq or Afghanistan between 2003 and 2015 who experienced partial hearing loss, total hearing loss, tinnitus, buzzing in the ears or ringing in the ears after using these...
It was initially suggested that Al Qaeda, a Sunni group, played a role in the Khobar Towers bombing, however in 2006, the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia concluded Iran was responsible, working through a Saudi militant group. In 2004, Osama Bin Laden was seen being congratulated on the day of the Khobar Towers attack and a U.S. federal court speculated the bombing was authorized by Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran...
Several years ago, a billboard close to Barton Springs in Austin, Texas, proclaimed “A DWI costs $17,000.” The website listed on the billboard backed up their claim, with a video which followed a Texas woman’s DWI arrest, which ultimately resulted in 100 hours of community service, the loss of her driver’s license, drug and alcohol education classes, 12 hours in jail and two years’ probation...
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