Joseph McKay is one of the few defendants to so far use the Hyde Amendment to successfully strike back at government prosecutors.

McKay is a Native American and a leader of the Blackfeet tribe in Western Montana. For five years, he pushed the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. attorney’s office in Great Falls, among others, to investigate what appeared to be a housing scam on his reservation.

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