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Judicial Watch v. Department of Homeland Security (No. 04-0907) – alien crossings due to Bush Amnesty Program

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to force compliance with a FOIA request for records concerning surveys of illegal aliens which asked whether the aliens crossed the border in response to President George W. Bush’s amnesty program.

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Johnson v. City of Houston (No. 10-20743) – Houston, TX sanctuary policies

Judicial Watch filed this lawsuit against the City of Houston, the Houston Police Department and Houston Police Chief Harold Hurtt on behalf of Houston Police Sergeant Joslyn M. Johnson related to the department’s illegal alien sanctuary policies. Sergeant Johnson is the widow of former Houston Police officer Rodney J. Johnson,…

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Tiffany Hartley v. Federal Bureau of Investigation (No. 11-1701)

This is one of three lawsuits filed by Judicial Watch on behalf of Tiffany Hartley, the widow of David Hartley, who is believed to have been murdered by Mexican drug pirates on September 30, 2010, on Falcon Lake, a tourist destination on the border between Texas and Mexico.Judicial Watch filed…

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Tiffany Hartley v. U.S. Department of State (No. 11-1700)

This is one of three lawsuits filed by Judicial Watch on behalf of Tiffany Hartley, the widow of David Hartley, who is believed to have been murdered by Mexican drug pirates on September 30, 2010, on Falcon Lake, a tourist destination on the border between Texas and Mexico.Judicial Watch filed…

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Tiffany Hartley v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 11-1698)

This is one of three lawsuits filed by Judicial Watch on behalf of Tiffany Hartley, the widow of David Hartley, who is believed to have been murdered by Mexican drug pirates on September 30, 2010, on Falcon Lake, a tourist destination on the border between Texas and Mexico.Judicial Watch filed…

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Fonseca v. Fong (No. CPF-07-507227) – San Francisco sanctuary policy

This Judicial Watch lawsuit is on behalf of a San Francisco resident challenging a “sanctuary policy” of the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) for illegal immigrants. Contrary to California law, the SFPD prohibited police officers from notifying federal immigration authorities when they arrest a person for various drug offenses whom they…

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McKinley v. FDIC (No. 10-420) – records regarding FDIC bailout of Citigroup and Bank of America

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the FDIC on behalf of Vern McKinley on March 15, 2010, seeking information related to the Citigroup and Bank of America bailouts.In December 2010, the US District Court for the District of Columbia denied the FDIC’s motion to dismiss and…

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McKinley v. FDIC and Federal Reserve (No. 09-1263) – records regarding FDIC approval of Wachovia takeover and Federal Reserve approval of Bear Stearns bailout

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit requesting records regarding the FDIC’s approval of the Wachovia takeover and the Federal Reserve’s approval of the Bear Stearns bailout.The FDIC was dismissed from the case following their response and production of records, however, the Federal Reserve continued to fight the case, and the…

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McKinley v. Federal Reserve (No. 10-751) – records regarding AIG and Lehman Brothers bailouts

On behalf of former Federal Reserve employee Vern McKinley Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve system related to the financial bailouts of American International Group (AIG) and Lehman Brothers.

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McKinley v. Federal Housing Finance Agency (No. 10-1165) – documents regarding the decision to place Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into “conservatorship”

On September 7, 2008, in a joint press conference with former FHFA Director Jim Lockhart, then-Treasury Secretary Henry “Hank” Paulson announced that after examining “all options available,” Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be placed under “conservatorship” by the federal government.In an attempt to bring to light the information that led to…



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