"My daughter died on 9/11. I should be able to sue Saudi Arabia" says Donna Marsh O’Connor.
"A bill that just passed in the Senate would allow relatives of 9/11 victims to take legal action against the kingdom. If Obama vetoes it, it would be a betrayal."
"This lawsuit would give back funds to the victims’ families – fiscal autonomy. I want that for my sons. I want them never to worry about their student loans, never to worry that they might want to study something, to do some good in the world." - Donna
Do you think the woman should be able to sue Saudi for this? Why or why not? Or should she sue someone else and not Saudi? Is getting money as compensation for her daughters death the right thing to do as justice?
- Yes she should receive compensation for her daughters death.28% (5)30% (6)29% (11)Vote
- No she should not.56% (10)65% (13)61% (23)Vote
- Idk/Other16% (3)5% (1)10% (4)Vote
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Her line before talking about the lawsuit
"Make no mistake about this: part of the demise of the economic prosperity that once characterized middle-class America comes from endless war and bottomless greed" - Goes ahead to try and sue an entire country lmao.
Putting a monetary value on the life of your children is absolutely disgusting, in my book at least.2