Judicial Watch: Defense Department and CIA Appear to Have Misled the Court in Lawsuit Seeking Memos Justifying bin Laden Raid
Defense Department’s ‘Vague and Ambiguous Declarations’ Misled the Court into Believing that Memoranda on the bin Laden Operations were Requested and Provided prior to Obama’s Decision to Raid (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that it asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to reconsider its…
Judicial Watch Sues Defense Department after U.S. Army Crime Records Center Refuses to Answer FOIA Request about Illicit Use of Opiates by American Military Personnel in Afghanistan
Army Claims Records Search ‘Unfeasible to Perform’ even though Army Crime Records Center Conducted Search and Produced Records in Two Weeks in Response to Identical Freedom of Information Act Request by Judicial Watch in March 2012 (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act…
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The Washington Times describes how the documents about the Benghazi attack released this week by Judicial Watch counter the narrative offered by the Obama administration that the attack was inspired by an offensive YouTube video. What’s more, the administration maintained this lie even after learning that it was planned at least 10 days in advance.