Judge May Allow Soldier’s Claim Against ‘Hurt Locker’ Movie to Go Forward

By | August 10, 2011

  • August 10, 2011 at 2:40 pm
    wudchuck says:
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    can this action be by any other soldier? probably… he wud need to have facts and not just made up of things yea, i do things like that or that is the way i do things…if so, how many others can say the exact same thing… could be an interesting court… maybe the lawyer can be normal for a change — um — that might be harder than it looks…

  • August 10, 2011 at 4:19 pm
    ira says:
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    Regarding the quote “That’s going to directly impact artists, directors, filmmakers in the future,” my response is GOOD! Get permission before you subject a person to notoriety or loss of privacy. If you want to ‘lift’ a portion of someone’s life to make a buck, you should work for it. Change enough that no one will recognize the person, not even in a wink-wink, nod-nod manner.

    • August 11, 2011 at 9:38 am
      Courtney says:
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      I don’t see how he was subject to notoriety or loss of privacy. I have never even heard of this case before, and actually haven’t even seen the movie. I’m sure he isn’t the only soldier performing this task…but my heart is saying, “he’s a soldier who put himself on the line….either way the screen writer followed him while he was in the course of performing his duties. The movie may not be directly based on him specifically, but I’m sure he was apart of the initial concept…give him some money for what he has done for our country.”



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