Uncairing, part 2

Yesterday in the Holy Land prosecution the government filed its memorandum responding to CAIR’s pending motion to file an amicus brief urging that it be struck as an unindicted co-conspirator. At the Counterterrorism Blog, Brian Hecht quotes a paragraph of the government’s memorandum that highlights a few of the same liberties taken by CAIR that I noted in “Coming clean about CAIR.” The government’s memorandum observes:

As support for its alleged injury-in-fact, CAIR provided this Court with data solely from a time period prior to the Government

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