Larry Klayman battles claim ex-FBI chief, Mueller are ‘men of great integrity’
By Larry Klayman
June 23, 2017
One day following the explosive revelations of Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency (NSA) had been engaging in mass surveillance of hundreds of millions of Americans without probable cause, I brought suit against then-President Barack Obama and his intelligence agencies. The case was randomly assigned to the Honorable Richard J. Leon of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, one of the few non-Obama-Clinton appointees left in this tribunal. To accelerate the case I then filed a motion for preliminary injunction, asking Judge Leon to temporarily enjoin the defendants’ illegal surveillance of the populace, during the time the case would otherwise proceed to discovery and then trial.