A federal judge in Washington issued several orders this week in favor of an author and an investigator who are being sued by the Council on American-Islamic Relations for publishing the results of an undercover probe that exposed the D.C.-based Muslim group’s radical origins.
The rulings by Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, issued Monday, included allowing the defendants to distinguish in court between various CAIR incorporated entities that have been formed since it was established in 1994. Congressional investigators have alleged CAIR is creating shell entities to hide foreign donations in violation of federal law.
“These rulings underscore the inability of CAIR to use rhetorical tricks to hide their identity,” said attorney Daniel Horowitz.
Horowitz is defending former Air Force special agent David Gaubatz and his son, Chris Gaubatz, whose findings on CAIR were published in the WND Books bestseller “Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld