CAIR requests Chairman of the House Judicary Committee Rep. Conyers to hold hearings and files lawsuit against Wayne County Sheriff

by associate editor on October 7, 2010

in 2010,IO - Elected Officials,IO - Law Enforcement,Michigan

Law Enforcement Influence Operation

Date: October 7, 2010


During a raid on October 28, 2009 FBI agents killed the leader of a radical Islam group after the suspect fired a weapon at the agents. The case was heavily investigated and Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, in his report released September 30, 2010 concluded that the FBI agents involved in the fatal shooting acted in self-defense and therefore their “use of deadly force … was legally justified.”

CAIR-MI filed a lawsuit on October 6, 2010 against the Wayne County Sheriff for denying case-related Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests submitted by CAIR-MI. CAIR-MI also requested Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. John Conyers to “hold hearings on the misuse of confidential informants in houses of worship, religious organizations and peace groups, if a thorough review of the FBI protocol of using confidential informants is not conducted by the U.S. Attorney General’s office as requested by Conyers’ office in January.”


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