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August 07, 2013


David Coleman

It seems unlikely that Iran will ever pay this amount. If they consistently dispute the requests of the United States to cease production of weapons grade uranium, it seems unlikely that they are going to care if a court orders to pay some money to a country that is thought of by some in Iran as the devil incarnate.

Andy Patterson

Are there any Iranian assets in this country that can be used to satisfy this judgment or the fee award? Or, are the assets drained by now?

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