Plaintiffs In Surveillance Suits Say Governmental Defendants Were Properly Served

Mealey's (March 10, 2016, 2:38 PM EST) -- WASHINGTON, D.C. — The plaintiffs in three lawsuits alleging constitutional violations in the U.S. government’s surveillance program filed a brief in District of Columbia federal court March 8, opposing a motion to quash service of their fourth amended complaint, which was brought by individually named government officials (Larry Elliott Klayman, et al. v. Barack Hussein Obama, et al., Nos. 1:13-cv-00851, 1:13-cv-00881 and 1:14-cv-00092, D. D.C.).

(Opposition to motion to quash available. Document #97-160324-026B.)

The plaintiffs argue that the individual defendants were properly served in their official...
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