Publicado: 09-06-2012 02:29 PM
No evitaron la entrada de los terroristas
American Airlines y United Continental deberán enfrentar una demanda por negligencia por los atentados del 11 de septiembre de 2001 en Nueva York presentada por el propietario del World Trade Center, según decidió un juez estadounidense.
El juez federal Alvin Hellerstein rechazó los recursos presentados por ambas aerolíneas contra la demanda presentada en 2008 por World Trade Center Properties (WTCP), que alega que no evitaron que los terroristas embarcaran en los aviones que después se estrellaron contra las Torres Gemelas y las destruyeron.
¿Crees que las aerolíneas deban responder por los atentados del 9/11?
Publicado: 09-06-2012 06:55 PM
esa demanda es ridicula!!!! porque no han demandado a los talibanes ellos cometiron el crimen!!!!!!
estuvo en manos de clinton terminar con osama bin laden el el aÑo 1998,,, pero por estar pecando con monica lewinski no puso mucho interes en bin-laden,, iscuten:
Publicado: 09-16-2012 08:56 AM
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