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  • La poursuite contre le Vatican et l'ordre franciscain fut déposée par les avocats Tom Easton et Dr. Jonathan H. Levy à San Francisco en Californie le 15 novembre 1999. Les plaignants sont des rescapés Serbes, Juifs, Roms et Ukrainiens des camps de concentrations. Ils exigent la restitution d'un compte du trésor oustachi qui, selon le district des États-Unis, fut illégalement transporté au Vatican, à l'ordre franciscain et à d'autres banques après la fin de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, sous l'ordre lointain des arbitres du régime oustachi en exil et des fonds du méconnu réseau d'infiltration nazi du Vatican. Les défendeurs incluent couramment la banque vaticane et l'ordre franciscain, accusés de dissimulation des pillages par les nazis croates des victimes des camps de concentration entre 1941 et 1945. La poursuite contre la banque vaticane fut démise par la cour de justice du district des États-Unis le 7 avril 2008 et a fait appel. La poursuite contre l'ordre franciscain s'est terminée en août 2008.
  • Alperin v. Vatican Bank was a failed class action suit by Holocaust survivors brought against the Vatican Bank ("Institute for the Works of Religion" or "IOR") and the Franciscan Order ("Order of Friars Minor") filed in San Francisco, California on November 15, 1999. The case was initially dismissed as a political question by the District Court for the Northern District of California in 2003, but was reinstated in part by the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 2005. That ruling attracted attention as a precedent at the intersection of the Alien Tort Claims Act (ATCA) and the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA).Part of the complaint against the IOR was dismissed in 2007 on the basis of sovereign immunity, and the remainder of the claim against that defendant was dismissed on the ground that the property claim had no nexus to the United States, a decision confirmed in February 2010 by the Ninth Circuit. The case against the Franciscan Order, who by then were the sole defendants, ended in March 2011 when the Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's judgment dismissing the claim, and the case was not appealed further. No part of the claim, therefore, ever came to trial and none of the plaintiffs' allegations of fact were ever established in Court.
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  • La poursuite contre le Vatican et l'ordre franciscain fut déposée par les avocats Tom Easton et Dr. Jonathan H. Levy à San Francisco en Californie le 15 novembre 1999. Les plaignants sont des rescapés Serbes, Juifs, Roms et Ukrainiens des camps de concentrations.
  • Alperin v. Vatican Bank was a failed class action suit by Holocaust survivors brought against the Vatican Bank ("Institute for the Works of Religion" or "IOR") and the Franciscan Order ("Order of Friars Minor") filed in San Francisco, California on November 15, 1999. The case was initially dismissed as a political question by the District Court for the Northern District of California in 2003, but was reinstated in part by the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 2005.
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  • Alperin v. Vatican Bank
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