On April 29, 2012, Barry Shainbaum hosted two lawyers that discussed why charges were never laid on Osama bin Laden. Leo Adler, a criminal lawyer in Toronto, Ontario, provided reasons as to why Osama is considered a suspect whereas William Veale, a criminal lawyer in Berkeley, California, explains that there is much more to the story.
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The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals imposed sanctions and penalties against attorneys involved in bringing forward a 9/11 Truther lawsuit, specifically for frivolous and vexatious appeals and motions. The suit, originally filed by a survivor of the Pentagon attack, accuses various U.S. leaders of conspiring to arrange the September 11 attacks. In addition to learning how hard it can be to convince a court of controversial subject matter, the lawyers discovered something more fundamental: If you’re upset that the judges on a federal circuit panel aren’t buying into your conspiracy theories, it might be wise to refrain from making bold accusations regarding their professionalism in your subsequent submissions—as it turns out, judges do read them and can be rather unamused.