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Victims of twin bombings that killed 215 on August 4, 2020 seek American justice as trial slows in Lebanon
By Thomas Apgrall
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VS’A new twist in business On August 4, 2020, 215 people were killed in twin blasts at Beirut port.. A dozen plaintiffs, direct or indirect American victims of the blast, seized justice in the United States on Wednesday as the trial in Lebanon slipped. Represented by US law firm Ford O’Brien Landy LLP, the plaintiffs are targeting UK company Spectrum, which specializes in seismic imaging, which played a dark role in the chain of events that led to the explosion. Spectrum was there bought In 2019, the Norwegian group TGS-Nopec, partly based in the US, this important company was sued in Harris County, Texas. The petitioners have demanded an amount of 250 million dollars from him.
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