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Topic - Todd Weglarz
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.
"We are not going to stop representing the rights of Sgt. Sarver and other military members and the privacy of their families," Weglarz said.
Weglarz said he thought the case should be decided by a jury.