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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jeffrey Sarver
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed by an Iraq war veteran who claimed "The Hurt Locker" was based on his experiences as a bomb disposal expert.
A federal judge has indicated she is leaning toward dismissing most of an Iraq war veteran's lawsuit against the makers of "The Hurt Locker" but may allow him to pursue his key claim that the Oscar-winning film is based on his life.
An Iraq war veteran who claims he is the basis for "The Hurt Locker" writes in a court filing that the film has subjected him to ridicule and doubts about his bomb disposal prowess.
An Iraq war veteran who claims he is the basis for "The Hurt Locker" wrote in a court filing signed in Afghanistan that the movie has placed his life at risk and subjected him to ridicule about his bomb disposal prowess.
The Oscar-winning director and screenwriter of "The Hurt Locker" have asked a federal judge to dismiss an Iraq war veteran's lawsuit alleging the film is based on him.
A judge has ruled that an Iraq war veteran can sue the makers of the Academy Award-winning film "The Hurt Locker" in California, not New Jersey.
Sarver claims the film's lead character is based on him and that he was given no credit or compensation.
Sarver contends Boal based Renner's character on him, an accusation the writer has consistently denied.