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Exile Deep State DOJ Lawyers to Guam!
Larry Klayman describes his tussle with Federal Programs Branch attorney
By Larry Klayman
August 11, 2017
It's a bit like the famous television show "Perry Mason" of my youth. An idealistic criminal defense lawyer, Perry Mason, representing innocent clients, takes on week in and week out the same prosecutor, Hamilton Burger, and wins every time by miraculously exposing the truth through hard-hitting and clever cross examination and other tactics. Over the years, my experiences with the Federal Programs Branch of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), against whom I have faced off nearly a hundred times, reminds me of this great legal series. But unlike the prosecutor in "Perry Mason," who by and large honestly believed that the state was right to prosecute, the lawyers in the Federal Programs Branch — which is charged with defending government officials and agencies in not just Freedom of Information Act cases, but other more complicated litigation — from my experience do not really care whether their clients are telling the truth or obeying the law.

In short, with no exception, the lawyers in the DOJ's Federal Programs Branch — card-carrying members of the Deep State most recently ruled by President Barack Obama and before that former Presidents Bill Clinton and then George W. Bush — are paid liars who simply do what they are told without even wanting to know the truth, lest they be liable for the unethical conduct and even crimes their government clients commit. They remind me of the three monkeys "Hear No Evil, Do No Evil and See No Evil, " but regrettably, the primates who specialize in "monkeying around" with the facts and the law in this disgraceful section of the Civil Division of my alma mater, number more than three. Let me give you just two examples so you can see what I am talking about and prove I am not just shooting from the hip.

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