Want to know how bad the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record's accuracy is? Well, OIG doesn't think you can handle the truth. Over a year ago, we filed a lawsuit in DC District Court over OIG's refusal to respond to a FOIA request for those documents. Today we filed our response and cross-motion for summary judgment outlining why we should receive the documents. It is well worth the read. If you want to see what OIG produced, check out Exhibit A. The enti
Today the Court granted, in part, New Jersey's second request for an extension of time to respond to the Taser complaint we filed back in August. You can read the Order here. NJ filed their request last Friday at 7PM. It is basically requested another 30 days to develop legal theories. We responded that nothing is really going to change, and they should just have to answer the Complaint. You'll note in our response the Hollis v. Lynch machinegun case. The Fifth Circuit i
"Defendants will pay Plaintiffs ’attorney fees in the amount of $93,506.62 ,plus $615.17 of expenses." Read the notice here. This was a case that was filed in D.C. District Court where the D.C. government decided to not fight and instead is fixing its unconstitutional law. As you know, we have a Taser case pending in New Jersey District Court right now. Wonder what it is going to cost New Jersey? Good job George Lyon. What an excellent result!
Here you can read a Joint Status Report we filed in Savage v. ATF today, regarding a proposed production timeline for Savage's NFATCA FOIA. The first production will be on or before November 18, 2016 with four additional production thereafter.
Here is the ATF's answer in the NFATCA FOIA case. We are currently working on a production schedule for the ATF to produce records. They've proposed 5 (yes, FIVE) dates for production. Can there really be that many records? Only time will tell. We should have a production schedule filed tomorrow.