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23 Apr 2012

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US District Court for District of Columbia

[PDF] Arias v. DynCorp, US District Court for District of Columbia

Plaintiffs…brought an action against the defendants due to injuries allegedly arising from defendants’ contact with the US government to eradicate cocaine and heroin farms by spraying pesticides over Colombia...Because justice does not require reconsideration, and the defendants have not identified substantial grounds for a difference of opinion on any controlling question of law providing a basis to verify an appeal, the defendants’ motion will be denied.