Plaintiffs attempting to win sanctions and gain an advantage at an upcoming trial over terror attacks in Jerusalem have been rebuffed by Southern District Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis, who said there was no proof to support allegations the PLO and the Palestinian Authority intentionally withheld documents.
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Mark I. Sokolow, et al., Plaintiffs v. Palestine Liberation Organization, et al., Defendants, 04-CV-397 (GBD)(RLE)
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