Supreme Court Rules on Terrorism, Whistle-Blowers and Prisoners
The justices issued four decisions, including one rejecting a bid to seize Iranian artifacts in a terrorism suit and another limiting whistle-blower protections.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court issued four decisions on Wednesday, including ones on international terrorism, whistle-blowers in securities cases and civil rights suits filed by prisoners.International TerrorismThe court unanimously rejected an attempt by victims of three 1997 suicide bombings in Jerusalem to seize Iranian artifacts housed at the University of Chicago. The plaintiffs had won a ...
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