This is the story of one brave father’s determination to bring his daughter’s murderers to justice through the American justice system. Stephen Flatow says he was “just a real estate lawyer in New Jersey” until April 9, 1995. Flatow’s life changed that day when he learned his daughter Alisa, a 20-year-old college student traveling in Israel, had been the victim of a terrorist bus bombing. After he discovered the Iranian government had directly sponsored the bomber, Flatow decided to sue the terror state. Working with a superb Washington lawyer and an astute forensic researcher, Stephen Flatow not only won a dramatic verdict against Iran, but also collected a huge judgment. In A Father’s Story: My Fight for Justice Against Iranian Terror, Flatow recalls the events surrounding his successful lawsuit.
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