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Files “Friend of Court Brief” - protests “biased” reporting of the Holy Land Foundation Trial

WANTS REPORTING SILENCED18 August 2007: The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) clearly has a problem with news of the Holy Land Foundation trial and the role of CAIR as an unindicted co-conspirator being reported, and through the filing of an Amicus Curiae (Friend of Court) brief in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, wants it to stop.

According to the 57-page brief, CAIR alleges that “the list of unindicted co-conspirators has spread and gained notoriety through non-mainstream media…” and further alleges that the sites reporting on the trial and CAIR are “often extremely biased and inaccurate in their reporting, leading to even more severe damage to the reputation of the unindicted co-conspirators.”

Douglas J. Hagmann, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, is the host of TRIAL WATCH” on the Patriot Brigade Talk Radio Network, - providing an update on the Holy Land Foundation trial using his insight as a 22 year veteran investigator.

From the brief:

“NOW COMES, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), by and through its undersigned counsel, respectfully submitting this Amicus Curiae brief in opposition to the public issuance of the unindicted co-conspirator list and seeking the Court to strike their name from the list, along with the names of all other unindicted individuals and organizations, and take any other action that it deems to be appropriate. [Highlights added].

The smoking gun against CAIR?Aug 18,2007: Veteran Hollywood actor Dwight Schultz will be joining Doug Hagmann in a special edition of The Homeland Security Report on Aug 19, 2007.

Dwight Schultz & Doug Hagmann LIVE on the Homeland Security Report

19 August 2007: Listen LIVE to veteran Hollywood actor, talk show host and political analyst with Doug Hagmann, host of the Homeland Security Report discuss the latest information about the marginalization of Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Holy Land Foundation trial and other matters of importance to our national security.

Reference: From Charles Johnson Aug 19, 2007

“The Saudi-funded radical front group calling itself the Council on American Islamic Relations, an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial in Dallas, has launched a major attack against the Anti-Defamation League: CAIR Says ADL Seeks to Hinder Legal Rights of U.S. Muslims. That “alternative viewpoint” is, of course, the viewpoint of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. The article continues with a laundry list of CAIR’s complaints about the ADL, distorted and misrepresented in the usual CAIR fashion. The fact that they’ve been labeled as “unindicted co-conspirators” is causing CAIR to lash out in all directions.”

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