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New York real estate magazine The Real Deal’s ZOG Overlords Bureau Poor Little Jews Dept. reports the latest on courageous World Trade Center proprietor Larry Silverstein’s continuing struggle for justice and reparations in secret Muslim Barack Hussein Obama’s Israel-hating America:
The 14th anniversary of Sept. 11 is just behind us, but much still lies ahead in Larry Silverstein’s legal fight for compensation.
A three-judge Second Circuit Court panel reversed a previous judgement that would have limited Silverstein’s possible reward to $2.8 billion, rather than the $3.5 billion he sought in his action against U.S. Airways [i.e., American Airlines].
The panel ruled that a lower court had miscalculated the decline in the World Trade Center’s value, and had used the wrong interest rate, the federal funds rate rather than the state rate. The court also refused to revive Silverstein’s claims against United Airlines, which co-operated the security checkpoint through which the 9/11 terrorists passed, Courthouse News reported.
Silverstein purchased the leases on the World Trade Center just six weeks before the attacks. He’s already received $4.6 billion in compensation from insurance companies, back in 2007.
Reuters fills in the details on this correction of the injustice done to Mr. Silverstein:
Thursday’s decision by a three-judge panel clears the way for Silverstein and his World Trade Center Properties LLC to seek more damages from United Continental Holdings Inc, American Airlines Group Inc, and dozens of financial, real estate and security companies.
Silverstein wants those defendants held responsible for their alleged negligence in failing to prevent the destruction of the Twin Towers by hijacked United and American planes.
In a 70-page decision for the appeals court, Circuit Judge Debra Ann Livingston said the loss on Silverstein’s lease should reflect “pre- and post-attack market values, with the post-attack values measured as if the leased buildings were not reconstructed.”
She also directed U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein, who oversees much of the Sept. 11 litigation and determined the $2.805 billion loss, to award Silverstein a higher rate of interest. […]
“Today’s decision re-opens the door for a jury to determine the extent of the airlines’ and security companies’ responsibility for their negligent actions on 9/11,” a spokesman for the developer said. “The American public deserves a full and fair accounting.”
Judge Livingston also opined that “United was not responsible for the destruction of 7 World Trade Center in the Sept. 11 attacks, because it was caused by the American flight.”