The implications of latest Morley v. CIA ruling

The latest Morley decision greatly simplifies the test for determining whether a FOIA plaintiff is entitled to receive attorney fees.

Source: MEMORANDUM ON MORLEY CASE OPINION BY COURT OF APPEALS

3 comments

  1. Mary. McNamara says:

    i appreciate everything you do in this regard. It is outrageous that any citizen would have to go to such lengths just to find out what his/her government is doing.

  2. Ronnie Wayne says:

    Thank you again Mr. Lesar. The last part seems most important to me regarding the future. I’m no Dr. Anybody or a Photons on this forum thus much legal speak is Greek to me. I had to google the following
    http://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/fair-use/four-factors/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ex-ante
    I still don’t understand a lot about the JFK Assassination but thank you for possibly helping me and others understand a little more maybe.

    Anyone seeking a better understanding of the assassination that does not take the time to read this article is a fool imho.

  3. Ronnie Wayne says:

    BTW, I can’t understand how they think the information on Joanidies
    residence in New Orleans in the summer of 63 and contact with the DRE are irrelevant or unimportant regarding public value to History.
    This information might help little old me understand the big picture better.

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