Court denies DOJ request for delay in Attkisson v. DOJ FBI for govt. computer intrusions

The federal appeals court in our case granted our request for oral arguments some time ago and scheduled them for Jan. 29. But when the government shut down, the Department of Justice petitioned the court for a delay.

On Wednesday, the court denied the Justice Department request.

I’m pleased to be moving forward, as each delay costs time and money. On the other hand, the Justice Department has an endless supply of your tax money with which to fight my lawsuit.

The fact that the court denied the Justice Department’s request to delay is not a signal as to how the court views my case one way or the other.

Thank you for your support. And I deeply appreciate the organizers of the Attkisson 4th Amendment Litigation fund and those who have been kind enough to contribute. We are already nearing 1/4 of their goal! For more information, click here.

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5 thoughts on “Court denies DOJ request for delay in Attkisson v. DOJ FBI for govt. computer intrusions”

  1. Mrs.Attkisson,
    My opinion? You are perfect. Decades in the past, you were on CNN with a gentleman and you were explaining of the prostitutes getting into an eldery men home. When the police came, the elderly men simply could not remember.
    You turned to the new story for the gentleman but he could not. He was laughing so much, I believe it went back to you.
    You were perfect, not him.
    Where am I? I learned from my father who would get upset when he was reading the Detroit Free Press and would say “that is the Detroit Pravda!”
    Robert H. Morris

  2. You are tenacious, a pit bull ( take that as a compliment) in going after the facts and following wherever they may lead. You are, what people say is a real journalist not these writers of biased yellow journalism that seem to be everywhere today.
    Good luck with your case and keep on shining the light into the darkness.
    I read your book, an eye opener!

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