The family of a Florida teen killed in a 2006 suicide bombing won a $332 million award from the Syrian and Iranian governments for backing the planners. A federal judge in Washington ordered the judgment in a lawsuit brought by the family of Daniel Wultz, 16, who was among 11 people killed by a suicide bombing at a Tel Aviv restaurant April 17, 2006, The Miami Herald reported Tuesday.
Month: May 2012
The family of a Florida teenager killed in a Palestinian suicide bomb attack in Tel Aviv won a $323 million judgment in a U.S. court against Iran and Syria. Judge Royce Lamberth of the U.S. District Court in Washington D.C. ruled Monday that Iran and Syria were responsible for the attack by an Islamic Jihad terrorist that killed Daniel Wultz, 16, and ten other people in a bombing at a Tel Aviv restaurant in April 2006.
A Washington, DC, court has awarded $332 million in damages to an American-Jewish family whose 16-year-old son was killed in a 2006 suicide bombing in Tel Aviv. The court found Syria guilty of having supported the Palestinian terror group behind the attack and thus ordered Damascus to pay the damages.