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Read moreThe family’s lawyer, Benjamin Danker, said the family was “disappointed and disappointed” in the court’s decision.
“This is a decision that is extremely unfair, and I think that the court did a very bad job of analyzing the facts of this case,” he said.
“We will not allow this decision to be the law of the land.
We will fight it all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States.
We’ll be vindicated.”
Danker said the decision was a victory for the family and their lawyer, but they were also disappointed.
“The court’s order does not reflect the facts and evidence of this tragic and tragic case,” Dankers said.
“It’s a horrible decision and we’ll continue to fight it.”
The family has already paid $16,000 in restitution to the family’s landlord, who also lost money in the process, and the family will continue to pursue legal fees, Dankes said.
The family will be appealing the decision to the United Nations.
“We will continue our fight to vindicate our rights and to win the case,” the family said in a statement.