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Judicial Watch v. Bureau of Land Management (No. 07-1570)

Judicial Watch filed a complaint with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to force the release of records regarding communications between the BLM, Senator Harry Reid, John Ensign and Jim Gibbons regarding Coyote Springs Investment in Nevada. After 6 months of stonewalling, within 2 weeks after filing the lawsuit, BLM…

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Brentwood Road Postal Facility Anthrax Case

October 19, 2006 marks the fifth anniversary of the Brentwood Anthrax attacks in Brentwood, Virginia. In October, 2001, two United States Postal Service (USPS) workers, Joseph Curseen, Jr. and Thomas Morris Jr., died from inhalation anthrax they contracted working with mail in the contaminated Brentwood facility. Judicial Watch represented hundreds…

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Rodearmel v. Clinton (No. 09-171) – Hillary Clinton is constitutionally ineligible to serve as Secretary of State due to the “emoluments” clause

Article I, section 6 of the U.S. Constitution provides: “No Senator or Representative shall, during the Time for which he was elected, be appointed to any civil Office under the Authority of the United States, which shall have been created, or the Emoluments whereof shall have been encreased during such…

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Robert Lake v. Providian Financial Corporation, Larry D. Thompson et. al.

Documents filed by Providian with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission state that Thompson was the Chairman of the Providian Audit and Compliance Committee for several years prior to his resignation to become Deputy Attorney General in mid-2001. The Complaint alleges that Thompson and other director and officer defendants knew…

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Judicial Watch v. The United States Senate

Judicial Watch devised a creative legal strategy to challenge the use of the U.S. Senate’s filibuster rule to block confirmation of President George W. Bush’s appellate court nominees. Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit in federal court in the District of Columbia seeking to have the filibuster rule declared unconstitutional because…

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Gennifer Flowers v. James Carville, George Stephanopoulos and Little, Brown & Company

Judicial Watch exposed the inner workings of the Clinton smear machine by filing suit against Hillary Rodham Clinton, James Carville, and George Stephanopoulos on behalf of Gennifer Flowers. When Flowers publicly acknowledged having an affair with then-Governor Bill Clinton and released audiotapes of telephone conversations between herself and Clinton

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Dutton v. Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, et al. (No. 10-595) – Full Disclosure Network prisoner interview

Judicial Watch filed on behalf of Leslie Dutton and the American Association of Women against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Sheriff Leroy D. Baca for denying Dutton’s “Full Disclosure Network” an opportunity to interview inmate Richard Fine. Mr. Fine is under incarceration indefinitely for contempt of court in Los Angeles…

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Dutton v. LA County Sheriff’s Department (No. 10-595) – Full Disclosure Network prisoner interview

Judicial Watch filed on behalf of Leslie Dutton and the American Association of Women against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Sheriff Leroy D. Baca for denying Dutton’s “Full Disclosure Network” an opportunity to interview inmate Richard Fine. Mr. Fine is under incarceration indefinitely for contempt of court in Los Angeles…

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Donato Dalrymple, et. al. v. United States of America

Judicial Watch represented the family of Lazaro Gonzalez and the family’s neighbors and supporters in a series of civil rights and related lawsuits arising from the April 22, 2000 predawn raid that removed six-year old Cuban shipwreck survivor Elian Gonzalez from the custody of his Miami relatives.The raid began as…

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Doe v. Bin Laden, et al. (No. 01-2516) – 9/11 victims suit



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