Standard & Poor’s and a Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc unit are liable for investment losses on securities bought by Australian towns, an appeal court judge ruled today, upholding a 2012 verdict they misled investors.
A former college friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber admitted that he “suspected” Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was wanted in connection with the attack when federal agents raided his apartment in the days afterwards.
Between scouting banquet halls for eighth-grade graduation and disciplining a boy who bit a classmate, Principal Aaron Rucker spotted five gang members near William H. Ryder Elementary and pulled his silver Range Rover to the curb.
A former college friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev testified he was so traumatized by federal agents who raided his apartment that he never thought he could refuse to answer their questions.
Boston Marathon bombing defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said his personal e-mails and contents of his laptop should be barred from his capital trial because federal agents exceeded the scope of their search warrants.
Two college friends accused of conspiring to thwart a probe into the Boston Marathon bombing after their classmate was implicated failed to persuade a judge to throw out admissions they made to federal agents.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s Australian unit is liable for losses three towns incurred from buying failed securities, a judge ruled. The lawsuit’s sponsor said the case is the first of its kind to complete a trial.