Fauci is Put On Notice, Told To Preserve Records For Major Free Speech Lawsuit

By Didi Rankovic – Reclaim The Net

The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) non-profit has sent a letter to Dr. Anthony Fauci and several medical and other US officials, as well as to Google, making sure they are formally notified of their obligations to preserve communications records.

The records in question are relevant to a major First Amendment case alleging collusion between the government and tech companies, Murthy v. Missouri (formerly Missouri v. Biden), which is currently in the US Supreme Court.

We obtained a copy of the letter for you here.

The NCLA letter specified that the request pertains to all documents and electronically stored information, under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 34.

Those named in the letter are former chief medical adviser to President Biden Dr. Anthony Fauci, his colleague from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (that Fauci headed during the pandemic) Dr. David Morens, Adam Kirschner of the US State Department, and Google General Counsel Halimah DeLaine Prado, among others.

The letter recalled that Fauci is a defendant in the landmark First Amendment case, alleging that he and other government officials named in Murthy v. Missouri – including the president himself – engaged in unconstitutional censorship of social media around Covid issues such as lockdowns, mask mandates, and vaccines.

NCLA has joined the plaintiffs in Murthy v. Missouri and is now in that capacity requesting that Fauci, Morens, and others preserve all documents, including drafts and copies, and paper files maintained by their staff that are relevant to the case.

The letter lists examples of the sort of communications that, if deleted to further the interests of the defendants, would in effect unfairly influence the outcome of this pivotal case.

Additionally, the letter warns that Fauci and Morens were using private emails unlawfully, but that an act or attempt of deleting those messages would in itself be illegal.

In line with that, the letter says the request to preserve documents applies not only to communications made through official but also unofficial channels – including third-party messaging and social media apps.

NCLA’s own, direct “skin in the game” is spelled out in a statement that says, “Our clients, who include top doctors and scientists, were censored for social media posts that turned out to be factually accurate, depriving the public of valuable perspectives during a public health crisis.”

This refers to epidemiologists and co-authors of the Great Barrington Declaration, Jayanta Bhattacharya and Martin Kulldorff, Aaron Kheriaty, and Jill Hines. The statement added:

“We’re optimistic that the majority will look at the record and recognize that this was a sprawling government censorship enterprise without precedent in this country, and that this cannot be permitted to continue if the First Amendment is to survive.”

3 thoughts on “Fauci is Put On Notice, Told To Preserve Records For Major Free Speech Lawsuit

  1. wonder where PETA is ? guess paid off..? I don’t know how people trust a person the kills domesticated animals such as dogs , the beagles that were used in his testing lab all died horrible deaths .. inhumane …how is one to believe he would be humane with a human subject? sick fcks like this thrive on pain and misery of others

    Killin Dogs, I draw the line ., they have no way to consent , or refuse

    1. Yeah, I’m with you on that.

      We are watchin’ demons being paraded in front of us who are masquerading as leaders. One more ugly than the other. And it looks like they’re trying to bring down education, too:


      Very 3rd Worldish.

      Yeah, we know the schools are all-in on the commie agenda, but the answer is not to kill education. It’s to make education what it was meant to be: a vehicle for learning, exploring, experimenting, advancing, without a driving force spittin’ out compliant robots. Make education great again.

      “Education and morals will be found to be almost the whole that goes to make a good man.”
      — Aristotle

      “Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.”
      — Socrates


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