Josh Gerstein at Politico reports:
“Federal prosecutors violated the rights of a major American Islamic organization by including it in a list of unindicted co-conspirators in a terrorism-support case, a federal judge ruled in an opinion ordered disclosed Wednesday by a federal appeals court.
However, the North American Islamic Trust’s decision to appeal aspects of that ruling delivered a muddled result for the organization since the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ordered the disclosure of a court opinion which found “ample evidence” linking NAIT to Hamas and an American charity convicted of aiding Hamas, the Holy Land Foundation.”
Read the full article here.
Read the full court opinion here.