“It’s really an amazing way to connect, to give and receive information,” she said. The Wultzes said they are grateful for the support they’ve gotten and continue to receive from their South Florida neighbors. They say the support has helped the family move forward after the tragedy it endured.
Seven years after Daniel’s death and five years into a lawsuit that has many months of discovery, depositions and other legal wrangling ahead, the Wultzes say it’s crucial that they keep fighting.
“We started something that is very important. Not only for us — to close this chapter — but also for many others,” Tuly Wultz said. “When we prove our allegations against the Bank of China, we feel that it will be a safer place in America, in Israel, in Europe.”
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