The Protect Democracy Project, Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, Michael F. Crowley, and Benjamin Wittes’ lawsuit against the DOJ and government officials pertaining to former President Trump’s report setting forth info about foreign nationals and terrorism was dismissed due to lack of merit and standing.

U.S. Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV for District of Massachusetts granted the defendants motion to dismiss the action for failure to sate a claim upon which relief could be granted, determining in the July 11 opinion that the plaintiffs were without standing and didn’t have a private right of action to require amendment of the report.

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