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July 08, 2013


Kimberly A. Campbell

Since it is such a tiny nation, how many people really and truly believe that Hezbollah has very little influence over the banking activity of Lebanon?

I vehemently object to this representation by Patton Boggs, that through willful risk or perhaps even a scintilla of conscientious objection is taking on aiding potentially-threatening terrorists (against Israel), with a strong, well-known United States legal support attached.

Because some public officials in the US affiliated with Hezbollah have engaged in criminal conduct or terrorism against some US citizens - particularly of Jewish descent - certainly the Department of Defense would announce a publicly broadcasted objection to and demonstrate careful scrutiny toward this representation by members of the American Bar Association.

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