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Giuliani defends 'Call of Duty' maker in suit by Panama's Noriega
Giuliani defends 'Call of Duty' maker in suit by Panama's Noriega

The maker of the popular "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" video game brought a hired gun, former New York mayor and lawyer Rudy Giuliani, to defend its prized brand from a lawsuit filed by ex-Panama military dictator Manuel Noriega. Noriega, now 80 years old and imprisoned in Panama on a murder conviction, is suing Activision Blizzard Inc. of Santa Monica, saying he's entitled to compensation because his image appears in the game without his consent. On Thursday, Giuliani asked a Los Angeles judge to dismiss the case, saying Noriega had no legal right to pursue damages. Calling the lawsuit "an abomination," Giuliani said Noriega is a historical figure and the...

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