DC Watson points out some intriguing new developments in CAIR’s suit against the intrepid Andrew Whitehead and Anti-CAIR:
March 31, 2004, Virginia Beach, Virginia: the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) files a civil lawsuit against Andrew Whitehead, the founder of Anti-CAIR (ACAIR), a gutsy organization whose purpose has been to inform the people of the United States of the activities of this particular Islamic organization.
There isn’t much to say about CAIR that hasn’t already been said by authors and scholars who are much more knowledgeable about this group than myself. Their organization is what it is, and we will continue to expose them.
After researching Mr. Whitehead, it is odd that CAIR would sue an average American citizen for an amount in excess of one million dollars, since it is most likely that they know that he doesn’t have the means to pay such an amount. Is it really about the money? Or is CAIR simply demonstrating that filing lawsuits against those who speak out against them is a simply a weapon in their arsenal, as they wage war on free speech?
Nonetheless, some interesting information has come to pass. When this lawsuit was first filed, Mr. Whitehead and ACAIR were served with several complaints from the plaintiff in this case. Actually, there were six.
Listed below is page two from the actual complaint, which outlines what CAIR has viewed as libelous statements made by Whitehead on the Anti-CAIR website, and page two of the “Amended Motion” recently filed by CAIR”s legal representative. Whatever could the reason be for this amendment?
Compare the two. In the amended complaint, A & B are truncated, and E, F, G, and H are gone altogether (C & D seem to have bit the dust before even the first complaint was issued). Now why is that?