The United States Supreme Court should have expanded § 1610(g) of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act to allow United States victims of foreign state sponsored terror attacks to file attachments against any kind of property owned by a foreign government. This would have provided victims with a viable opportunity to execute the judgments of United States courts against foreign state defendants. Without an expanded § 1610(g), victims will continue to be trapped without any realistic path to recover the full amount of damages they have sustained.
Sam Dougherty, What Then Must We Do?: Why Rubin v. Islamic Republic of Iran Leaves Victims of State Sponsored Terror Attacks with Few Good Options, 60 B.C.L. Rev. 1453 (2019), https://lawdigitalcommons.bc.edu/bclr/vol60/iss5/6