United States Supreme Court
The Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, Robert Mcillvaine and Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth recently filed a Petition for Certiorari to the United States Supreme Court regarding the 9/11 Review Commission whereby Congress had mandated the FBI to do an independent assessment of all 9/11 related evidence that had not been originally considered by the 9/11 Commission.
The Lawyer’s Committee had detailed seven counts of evidence not assessed by the FBI in their First Amended Complaint including count one, the World Trade Center evidence of controlled demolitions. This count was joined by the Architects & Engineers. The co-plaintiffs requested the Courts to order the FBI to comply with the Congressional mandate to assess the evidence.
Both the District Court and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals denied the complaint prompting the present Certiorari action requesting the United States Supreme Court to hear the matter. Co-plaintiffs are represented by Lawyers’ Committee Litigation Director Mick Harrison and co-counsel John Clifford from Washington D.C.
This Petition focuses on three areas:
1) Disqualification of a federal Judge because of a conflict of interest,
2) Disclosure requirement of FBI and
3) Plaintiff’s standing to sue. Read THIS LINK to get a more in depth account.
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Read the Petition HERE