It takes audacity. To be so bold after all the public scandals, long after they know I discovered their presence in my private and work computers. It reminds me of an impetuous child sticking out his tongue while standing behind his mother’s skirt. It’s the mission of cowards. Of people who have little confidence in […]
The following is a news analysis There was a great deal of news this past week about President Trump’s audacious disregard for the advice and warnings from his own intelligence community experts. Perhaps there’s good reason for alarm. But I think there’s one shocking aspect— perhaps a larger story— that’s gone virtually unreported. It appears […]
The following excerpt is from a news article published by Cincinnati.com The lawyers representing Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann and his family said Friday they have sent letters to media outlets, individual journalists, celebrities and Catholic organizations as the first step in possible libel and defamation lawsuits. The list includes 50-plus names of organizations […]
It is with much gratitude that I announce the Attkisson Fourth Amendment Litigation Fund, started by civil rights, free press and privacy advocates, is closing in on one-quarter of its goal as it approaches a three-month mark. Proceeds are being used to defray extraordinary expenses as I fight government overreach in Attkisson v. DOJ and […]
Listen to the oral arguments in my computer intrusion lawsuit against the government. The first voice you hear is one of my attorneys: Paul Schiff Berman. My commentary is that the panel of three judges posed good questions and we got a fair opportunity to make our points. The judges are: Judge James Wynn (who […]
Analysis Today were oral arguments in the appeal of my lawsuit against the Dept. of Justice and FBI for the government computer intrusions. This is my layman’s non-legal read of the issues and questions. Government officials such as Attorney General Eric Holder enjoy broad immunity from lawsuits such as mine. There are some good reasons […]
PRESS RELEASE Oral Arguments Attkisson v. Dept. of Justice, FBI et. al.Tues. Jan. 29; 9:30amUS Court of Appeals, 1100 E. Main St., Richmond, VA Public is Welcome to Attend First publicly announced on Aug. 7, 2013, oral arguments will be heard in the case of Investigative Reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s computer intrusions on Tues. Jan. 29 […]
A video update in Attkisson v. DOJ and FBI.