Check out this brief update in my lawsuit against the Dept. of Justice and FBI for the government’s computer intrusions.
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 […]
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.
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 […]
What will be argued in court on Jan. 29 in Attkisson v. DOJ/FBI for the government computer intrusions? Watch this brief summary.
The following is the 16th in a series of excerpts from my New York Times bestseller “Stonewalled,” which recounts the government intrusions of my computers. More excerpts to follow. Links to previous excerpts are below. To me, the pieces are starting to fit together. My case and that of AP and FOX are enough to suggest that the government had a […]