The FBI 9/11 Review Commission Lawsuit is complex litigation against the federal government comprising a number of phases that could last up to two years. The end goal is to compel the FBI to reconstitute its 9/11 Review Commission in some form, assess the evidence known to the FBI but omitted from the Commission's 2015 report, and include that evidence in a new, amended report to Congress and the American people.
Drafting the complaint and preparing an extensive response to the defendants' motion to dismiss. This phase is now complete.
Drafting of briefs in opposition to the defendants' motion for summary judgment and in support of our motion for summary judgment.
Published March 25, 2015.
Filed March 25, 2019.
Filed August 9, 2019.
Filed September 25, 2019.
Filed October 2, 2019.
The FBI 9/11 Review Commission Lawsuit was filed on March 25, 2019, at the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. We then held a news conference in front of the nearby Newseum. Download the Press Release
The official news conference begins at the 53:05 mark in the video. Thank you for watching.
Members of the Lawyers’ Committee are available to answer questions about the FBI 9/11 Review Commission Lawsuit. We encourage members of the public to contact the Lawyers’ Committee with questions and comments about the legal proceeding.