As noted HERE, a group of plaintiffs filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D.C., on March 25 claiming the FBI in 2015 failed to comply with a mandate to assess and report to Congress all significant evidence about the murderous “9/11” attacks of September 2001.
The next day, Courthouse News Service reported on the lawsuit.
In a matter of hours — perhaps less than an hour — the 500-word report by Jennifer Hajizi had disappeared from the CNS website. Visitors who clicked on the headline got this:
“Oops! That page can’t be found. It looks like nothing was found at that location. Try the search below.”
Searches turn up nothing. All but the first two paragraphs of the article are still missing from the website.
According to the CNS report, the complaint asks a federal judge to compel the Justice Department and the FBI to finish carrying out their mandate by “undertaking a new thorough external independent assessment of any evidence known to the FBI that was not considered by the 9/11 Commission related to any factors that contributed in any manner to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.”
Defendants in the Washington lawsuit are U.S. Attorney General William Barr, the U.S. Department of Justice, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and the FBI. Plaintiffs are the Lawyers’ Committee, Architects & Engineers, and Robert McIlvaine, whose son died in a World Trade Center tower on September 11, 2001.
The filing of the lawsuit last week has not been reported in the news media elsewhere, nor was a petition made last year to the United States Attorney for the District of Southern New York by the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry (one of the complainants in Washington), Architects & Engineers and other petitioners to empanel a Special Grand Jury to investigate federal crimes committed in the district in connection with the September 2001 attacks.