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Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project

Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project

Update: 2024-04-163
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Santa isn't the only one who keeps a naughty and nice list. And if your organization winds up on the United States' list of bad boys (designated terrorist organizations), you can forget about receiving legal representation or assistance from US-based firms. That's material support, according to this holding, even if that support doesn't contribute to terrorism in any way.


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Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project

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