BREAKING Washington (CNN) Defying a veto threat from the Obama administration, the House of Representatives Friday passed by voice vote a bill that would allow terror victims of the attacks on September 11, 2001 to sue Saudi Arabia. The Senate passed the measure by voice vote in May, but the administration has argued it would complicate diplomatic relations with a key ally in the region and warned against moving it forward. The vote to send the bill to the President comes two days before the 15th anniversary of the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans. House Speaker Paul Ryan was pressed about the pushback from some in the diplomatic and legal community about the precedent it would set, but said, "this bill passed overwhelmingly in the US Senate so I think that those concerns have been taken under consideration and members are acting accordingly and that's why this bill will pass." House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Virginia, refuted that the bill interfered with the sovereign immunity of other countries, and said international acts of terrorism deserve to be exceptions in terms of legal liability. "We can no longer allow those who injure and kill Americans to hide behind legal loopholes, denying justice to the victims of terrorism," Goodlatte said. "There are always diplomatic considerations that get in the way of justice, but if a court proves the Saudis were complicit in 9/11, they should be held accountable," said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-New York, a sponsor of the Senate bill. "If they've done nothing wrong, they have nothing to worry about."
On Tuesday June 14th 2016 a Blakeway TV London based news crew with Ed Fenwick and Nick London came to my office at 2100 Constitution Blvd Sarasota Fl and later at my home office and we began filming a documentary on the Saudi Connected Support Network in Sarasota prior to the 9/11 terror attacks and the April 2002 FBI secret Sarasota 9/11 Investigation that is still being suppressed.
Company: Blakeway TV London UK.
Line Manager: Fiona Stourton.
Program Length: 60 minutes...PI Bill Warner in part 3.
Genre: Documentary on 9/11.
Sector: Broadcast Television BBC News Worldwide September 13 2016.
Description: Ed Fenwick Filmed entire program as main camera, over a 3 week shoot in America from May to June 2016 whilst working as an Assistant Producer, having initially done the research and casting of Bill Warner Sarasota private investigator.
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