and UTC/Sikorsky led to or promoted what Dooley alleges was misrepresentations or falsehoods in the Amendment 4 application. Dooley is not required to prove these allegations in his Complaint. His allegations that these payments took place and that they promoted an underlying AECA violation are sufficient.
III. Non-RICO And State law Counts
In its Opinion, filed on June 17, 1992, this Court dismissed Counts III, XII, XIII, and XIV of plaintiff Dooley's Complaint as to the remaining United States defendants. For the reasons stated in that Opinion, the Court now dismisses Counts III, XII, XIII and XIV as to the British and Saudi defendants. Plaintiff Dooley's remaining state law counts which include these defendants are sufficient.
The Court concludes that personal jurisdiction over the British and Saudi defendants exists under the District of Columbia long-arm statute. The Court further concludes that the plaintiff has stated a claim against the British and Saudi defendants as to Counts I and II, alleging RICO violations and several state law counts. For the reasons set forth above, the Court denies the the British defendants' motion to dismiss and also denies the Saudi defendants' motion to dismiss.
An appropriate order is attached.
JUNE L. GREEN
U.S. District Judge
Dated: September 30, 1992
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following court-provided text does not appear at this cite in 803 F. Supp. 428.
ORDER - October 1, 1992, Filed
Upon consideration of the Motion Of Defendants Westland Group, PLC And Westland Helicopters, Ltd. To Dismiss The Complaint and supporting papers; the Motion of Ibrahim A. Al Namlah, Thimar Al-Jazirah Corporation, And Thimar Aviation Supply Company To Dismiss The Complaint and supporting papers; plaintiff Dooley's Oppositions to the motions; oral argument by counsel; the entire record; and for the reasons set forth in the accompanying Memorandum, it is by the Court this 30th day of September 1992,
ORDERED that the motion of defendants Westland Group, plc and Westland Helicopters, Ltd. to dismiss is denied; and it is further
ORDERED that the motion of defendants Ibrahim A. Al Namlah, Thimar Al-Jazirah Corporation and Thimar Aviation Supply Company to dismiss is denied.
JUNE L. GREEN
U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE