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The Docket

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Howard B. Thompson, et. al. v. Li Ka-Shing, Gary K. Winnick, et. al.

This action arises from the huge fraud against many of the shareholders of GCL, potential investors in securities issued by GCL, and the integrity of the securities market, and from other and related unlawful, unfair, and fraudulent acts and practices that were perpetrated by directors, officers, affiliated persons, and accountants…

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Wright v. Federal Bureau of Investigation, et al. (No. 02-915)

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Vincent v. Federal Bureau of Investigation, et al. (No. 03-226)

Defendants, acting under color of federal authority, have and are continuing to deprive Plaintiff of his First Amendment rights by refusing to grant him permission to publish written answers to questions posed to him by Ms. Judith Miller of The New York Times and/or by failing to specify any particular portion…

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Judicial Watch v. the Federal Bureau of Investigation (No. 10-71) – involvement in the release of convicted Pan-Am Flight 103 bomber

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to obtain any documents relating to the release of the Libyan terrorist convicted for the bombing of Pan-Am Flight 103.

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Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security

After 9/11, 160 subjects of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, “including but not limited to members of the House of Saud and/or members of the Bin Laden family,” fled the U.S. between September 11, 2001 and September 15, 2001. Judicial Watch filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security…

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John Doe v. al Baraka Investment and Development Corporation, et. al.

Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against over 100 Saudi Arabian and other entities for their financial and conspiratorial support for the attacks on America.

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Sturgeon v. Bratton (No. BC-351646) – Special Order 40

How Los Angeles Deals with the Illegal Immigration Problem Special Order 40 is a policy established in Los Angeles in 1979. Special Order 40 prohibits police officers from “initiat(ing) police action with the objective of discovering the alien status of a person.” This prevents officers from inquiring about the immigration…

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Staudenraus v. Spitzer

Driver’s Licenses for Illegal ImmigrantsThis Judicial Watch lawsuit on behalf of a New York taxpayer challenged a plan to provide driver licenses to illegal aliens. The lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Suffolk County against then New York Governor Eliot Spitzer over a…

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Moreno v. Bratton (No. BS-108317) – Los Angeles state notification

Filed on behalf of California taxpayer Rudy Moreno, this lawsuit focuses on a California statute related to the communication between the LAPD and federal immigration officials when an individual is arrested for various narcotics offenses. California Health and Safety Code Section 11369 states: Where there is reason to believe that…

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Judicial Watch v. Pasadena Police Department (No. GC-045609) – documents regarding PPD’s illegal alien policies

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit against the Pasadena Police Department (PPD) and PPD Police Chief Christopher Vicino, to obtain documents related to the department’s alleged illegal alien sanctuary policy. Chief Vicino reportedly indicated that the department prevents his officers from “asking about anybody’s legal status unless it is a matter…