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24 Seek Damages in Deadly Raid at Moscow Theater

Some lost loved ones to suffocation from the incapacitating gas used to end a three-day hostage seizure by Chechen terrorists at a Moscow theater showing the musical “Nord-Ost.” Others were hostages who survived but have crippling disabilities, with little or no medical compensation. Now, 24 plaintiffs, who have joined together to try to hold Russian authorities responsible for their actions ending the siege, fear that they are about to be victimized again, this time by a city bureaucracy and a justice system unwilling to hear their pleas for individual damages. Full Story

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