From Time, January 31st 2019
A Washington judge has hit the Syrian government with a $302 million
judgment over the 2012 death of journalist Marie Colvin, a longtime
foreign correspondent for The Sunday Times.
In a verdict unsealed late Wednesday night, U.S.
District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson concluded the Syrian military
had deliberately targeted the makeshift media center in the city of Homs
where Colvin and other journalists were working. Sustained artillery
barrages against the apartment building housing the media center killed
Colvin and French photographer Remi Ochlik on Feb. 22, 2012.
Colvin, who had covered conflicts around the world
for the British newspaper, wore a signature black patch over her left
eye after being blinded by a grenade in Sri Lanka in 2001. The 2018 film
“A Private War” was based on her life.
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