Judicial Watch • Archives for 2007

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Hillary Donor Expects Favor In Return

A South Florida billionaire and longtime Clinton financial supporter has given Hillary thousands of dollars and says he expects the New York senator to assign him to an ambassadorial post if she becomes president. Jorge Perez, a real estate developer who appears on Forbes list of 400 richest Americans, is…

Judge Lets Convicted Terrorist Go To Disney World

A federal judge has lifted the restrictive bail conditions of a Hamas commander caught with $100,000 cash to support the extremist Palestinian organization so that he could take an out-of-state family vacation to Disney World. The Chicago grocer, Muhammad Salah, is an open supporter of Palestinian terrorists and was convicted…

Halliburton’s Dubai Move Will Avoid U.S. Taxes

The giant company that is currently the largest military contractor in Iraq with billions of dollars in U.S. government deals will avoid paying a fortune in taxes by moving its headquarters from Texas to the Middle East. Houston-based Halliburton, the mega oil services company formerly led by Vice President Dick…

Illegal Immigration Law Goes To Trial in Hazleton, PA

Officials of a small northeastern city and a Latino rights group will face off beginning today in the nation’s first federal trial to decide whether local governments can act to curb illegal immigration. The bench trial, which is expected to last about two weeks, will feature officials of Hazelton, Pennsylvania,…

Migrants Sneak By Hundreds Of Federal Agents

A large group of migrants slipped into the country during a huge Homeland Security drill involving hundreds of federal agents supposedly sharpening their border security skills off of the Florida coast. More than 300 government employees from 50 agencies were covering the waters off of Miami when two boatloads of…

Law To Ban Banking Services For Illegal Immigrants

Responding to a U.S. banking trend of issuing credit cards and other services to illegal immigrants, a Tennessee lawmaker has introduced legislation that would ban the practice. Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, a strong advocate of securing the southern border, wants U.S. financial institutions to stop facilitating life for those living…

Guns, Drugs Easily Smuggled On U.S. Plane

A pair of baggage handlers at a major U.S. airport used their employee uniform and identification to smuggle guns and drugs onto a commercial flight and one of the men admitted he had done it several times in the past. Officials with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the 43,000-member federal…

Islamic Terrorists Operate In America’s Midwest

Members of a so-called Islamic charity that employed a close associate of Osama bin Laden have been federally indicted for illegally transferring money to Iraq and stealing U.S. government grant dollars. The Islamic American Relief Agency billed itself as a charitable organization that operated out of Columbia Missouri. The reality…

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