AFDI, et al v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority – Closed

On September 20, 2012, the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) for their decision to delay running a pro-Israel/anti-jihad advertisement on its Metro system until some unknown…

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Omar Alomari v. City of Columbus, Ohio

Throughout America, sharia-adherent Islamists are using “lawfare” to silence investigations into the stealth activities of radicals within our borders.  In April 2012, Omar Alomari, a Jordanian Muslim who immigrated to the United States in 1978, filed a lawsuit against several national security experts — whose focus is on the Muslim Brotherhood and…

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Gary Glenn, et al. v. Eric Holder

On October 28, 2009, President Barack Obama signed into law the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, commonly known as the “Hate Crimes Act”.  On February 2, 2010, Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan, and Michigan-based pastors Levon Yuille, Rene Ouellette, and…

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John Satawa v. Macomb County Road Commission, et al.

 John Satawa is a longtime resident of the City of Warren, Michigan, and a practicing member of the Catholic Church. For over 60 years, Satawa and his family had displayed a nativity scene  – or crèche – during the Christmas season on the public median between Mound and Chicago Roads…

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Defense of Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial

American Freedom Law Center Co-Founder and Senior Counsel Robert J. Muise has been actively involved for many years with the defense of the Mount Soledad Veterans’ Memorial and its large memorial cross.  In fact, but for the efforts of Muise and California civil rights attorney Charles S. LiMandri, the cross…

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Dariano v. Morgan Hill Unified School District

On May 5, 2010, three plaintiff students and two other students wore to school various items of clothing (t-shirts, shorts, shoes) which had depictions of the American flag or American-flag like motifs (i.e., stars and stripes).  That day, some students at the school were celebrating the Mexican holiday known as…

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Captain Paul Fields v. City of Tulsa – Closed

Captain Paul Fields has served honorably on the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma police department for more than 17 years.  Throughout his entire career, Captain Fields has been a model for other police officers and an exemplary employee of the police department.  Captain Fields is a Christian.  He is not a Muslim,…

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Crystal Dixon v. University of Toledo

In January 2002, Crystal Dixon began working as the administrative director of employee relations at the Medical College of Ohio (“MCO”), which later became part of the University of Toledo.  She was eventually promoted to acting Administrator for Human Resources.  Dixon was recruited by William Logie, a defendant in this…

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