This past Friday, a legal brief was filed asking a federal judge to find the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) liable to five of its former clients for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. This brief is said to prove that all these allegations are true, and that CAIR is not the do-gooder, civil rights organization it claims to be.
David Yerushalmi, P.C. and the American Freedom Law Center (AFLC) filed this brief, following two lausuit filed in 2010 by former CAIR clients. The brief demonstrates that CAIR was involved in major fraudulent operations affecting many that looked to them for legal assistance. It states that the so-called attorney handling these clients’ cases was, in fact, not an attorney at all. Their cases were really not being handled, while the money was coming in to the organization. I’m curious as to how their PR people will try to spin this one, if this brief does actually prove all these allegations “beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Yerushalmi notes, “The evidence has long suggested that CAIR is an organization set up by the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas to further its aims of stealth Jihad in the United States.” (Insert faux shocked expression here)