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Legal grounds of Supreme court's decision not to hear appeal?

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Submitted by David Goshen (Israel), Jul 15, 2009 at 15:12

This is one of the most important cases relating to those who finance world terror from which the western civilized world has been suffering for a few decades.Whilst I have the higest regard for the Supreme Court of the USA it would be of great interest to all to understand the solid legal grounds which the court gave to justify their decision not to hear this appeal,a decision which could encourage the financial backers of terror to increase their investments in international politacal terror!

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