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Brown v. DOJ, No. WDQ-12-1954, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 82827 (D. Md. June 12, 2013) (Quarles, J.)

Re: Records pertaining to alleged surveillance of plaintiff by Federal Bureau of Investigation Disposition: Granting defendant's motion to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction; denying other motions by plaintiff and defendant as moot 
  • Litigation Considerations/Motion to Dismiss:  The court concludes that plaintiff's "claim is insubstantial" and "[h]is allegations of surveillance by the FBI have no support."  "Further, the record shows that there were no documents for the FBI to withhold."
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Updated August 6, 2014