"Pauley noted the U.S. government had argued in court papers that the suit, brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights, threatened to involve the courts in policing armed conflicts across the globe, exceeding the role of the courts and intruding on the executive branch's control over foreign affairs."-The real reason "I'm extremely disappointed," said Maria LaHood, an attorney for the Center for Constitutional Rights. "He essentially gave Dichter immunity for killing children and adults because the government of Israel said he was acting officially and because the U.S. government said he should have immunity."-What Maria Lahoud said. Draw your own conclusions.
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from the article: U.S. District Court in Manhattan clears Dichter in war crimes suit