In their opposition (“Plaintiffs’ Opposition” or “Pl. Opp.”), Plaintiffs fail to overcome the fundamental defects in their claims identified in Defendants’ memorandum of law in support of their motion to dismiss (“Motion to Dismiss” or “Defs. Mem.”). Plaintiffs seek to have the United
States Attorney’s Office (“USAO”) present their “Amended Petition,” which claims to set forth evidence that explosives were used to destroy the World Trade Center on 9/11, to a grand jury, and Plaintiffs further seek the resulting grand jury materials. To the extent the USAO has not presented the Amended Petition to a grand jury, Plaintiffs do not have a basis to compel it to do so, and they do not have a right to any grand jury materials.

DOJ Reply Memo on Motion to Dismiss LC et al NY fed mandamus case 050820