Recently we reported that Standard Chartered bank had been fined hundreds of millions of dollars for conducting transactions with Iran, the world’s foremost sponsor of Jihadist terrorism:
Standard Chartered’s Iranian affairs are doubly worrisome given the bank’s leadership role in promoting Shariah-Compliant Finance in the West.
No patriotic American should have anything to do with Standard Chartered bank. They have been helping our enemies.
Now, we are happy to report, Standard Chartered has more trouble. They are being sued by the families of the victims of the 1983 Marine Barracks bombing in Beirut, Lebanon. That terrorist attack claimed the lives of 241 Marines, sailors and soldiers.
The suit stems from the fact that these plaintiffs were awarded billions of dollars back in 2007 in a suit against the Iranian government. Since Standard Chartered was hiding Iranian assets and covering up transactions involving Iran, they earned money from those activities and the victims’ families are entitled to that money.
Let us all hope that the plaintiffs win this suit against what can only be described as a despicable financial institution manned by useful idiots and traitors.