A United States federal judge has given a court order to Iran for paying $6 billion to the victims of the horrible 911 after he declared that Iran is liable in the attack that took so many innocent lives.
Judge George B. Daniels announced that he found Iran and its Central Bank involved in aiding of the terrorists that took life of innocent Americans.
Robert Haefele, who is an attorney to families of the victims, told that the court found the Islamic Republic of Iran involved in assistance of material support to the terrorist organization Al Qaeda.
‘The evidence presented established that Iran’s provision of material support to al-Qaeda was a cause of the 9/11 attacks and the resulting damage, injuries, and deaths,’ Haefele said in a statement to ABC News.
‘It is difficult for those injured or left behind to ignore the findings of the federal court about Iran’s culpability.’
‘But those findings should not overshadow the mountain of evidence presented against Saudi Arabia, which remains central to the plaintiffs’ case.’
Heavy amounts of payments as a compensation for families were ordered by the judge which are as follows: $8.5million for each parent, $12.5million for each spouse, $8.5million per child and $4.25million per sibling,’ as seen on the outlet.
There has been no response from Iran and it is near impossible that Iran will ever pay.
The family of the victims are now going to sue Kingdom of Saudi Arabia after this ruling came out.
Back in 2003 the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was sued in which claims were made that the hijackers of the 911 attacks were funded through charities that were in support of the hijacking group.
However, the involvement was denied.
Brett Eagleson, whose father was a victim of the 911 attack, said that he would compel the CIA, FBI and others to declassify the information regarding the attack on the twin towers to expose the potential Saudi Arabian complicity in the attack.
‘The 911 families aren’t going anywhere,’ said Eagleson, 32, of Middletown, Connecticut.
‘We had my dad’s grandchildren in the audience today who want to know the truth about what happened to their grandfather.’