UNITED STATES ATTORNEY FILES MOTION TO DISMISS
EXPLOSIVE EVIDENCE IN THE BALANCE
On Friday April 3, 2020 Alexander J. Hogan Counsel for the United States Attorney filed a Motion to Dismiss the Lawyers’ Committee’s First Amended Complaint for Mandamus Relief, Injunctive Relief,and Disclosure of Grand Jury Records which had been filed on March 20,2020.
The Lawyers’ Committee sued the United States Attorney on September 6, 2019 after waiting seventeen months for some indication that their office was proceeding in good faith, by presenting to a Grand Jury the evidence of explosives and incendiaries involved in the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers, which was initially submitted to them by the Lawyers’ Committee on April 10, 2018. MORE>
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Bobby McIlvaine was a 9/11 victim at the World Trade Center.
His father is a tireless warrior relentlessly pursuing justice for his son, and all victims of 9/11.
He is a co-plaintiff in both the Lawyers’ Committee Federal Mandamus law suit filed against the United States Attorney, and the United States Attorney in the Southern District in NYC concerning the mandatory obligation of the United States Attorney to present the evidence submitted to him by the Lawyers’ Committee of bombs and incendiaries used in the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers.
He is also a co-plaintiff in Washington D.C. in a Lawyers’ Committee seven count Federal Mandamus Action against the FBI and the Department of Justice concerning the FBI’s failure to fulfill a congressional mandate regarding the 9/11 Review Commission.
In both cases the Federal Government has amazingly said that Bob Mcilvaine as well as the other co-plaintiff have no standing. Both cases are presently being litigated by the Lawyers’ Committee.
This video, recently received by the McIlvaines, is a reminder of the personal suffering caused by the events of 9/11, and of why we persist in seeking accountability for the events of that day.
h/t: Philadelphia Inquirer Raishad Hardnett, Apr 5, 2020
TODAY in New York City a legal battle for the integrity of the Grand Jury process and the First Amendment Right to Petition for Redress is being waged. On Friday night March 20, 2020 Lawyers’ Committee Litigation Director, Mick Harrison, and his co-counsel, Lawyers’ Committee Board Director John O’Kelly, filed an historic 4 count First Amended Complaint in the Southern District of New York against the United States Attorney for the Southern District, Geoffrey Berman, the Department of Justice, and the United States Attorney General, William Barr, demanding relief from the Federal Courts concerning the Petition from the Lawyers’ Committee to the United States Attorney to present to a Grand Jury evidence of federal crimes involving the use of explosive and incendiaries at the World Trade Center on 9/11. TO DATE, 19 years after the fact no Grand Jury criminal investigation concerning the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers on 9/11 has been convened. CLICK HERE For the complete story and Exhibits
San Diego 9/11 Truth hosted a public event on Friday, March 6, that featured an update from Dave Meiswinkle and Barbara Honegger on legal challenges by the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry. They were joined by New York fire commissioner Christopher Gioia, who shared the story of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District resolution, which states that all three World Trade Center towers were brought down with explosives. It is the first resolution of its kind passed by any legislative body in the U.S.
Event produced by Cheri Jacobs Aspen and San Diego 9/11 Truth
Host Andy Steele is joined by Mick Harrison and John O’Kelly of the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry to discuss the latest developments concerning the petition for a federal grand jury investigation first filed by the Lawyers’ Committee in April 2018 as well as the FBI 9/11 Review Commission lawsuit filed last March.
Audio interview published February 20, 2020