Jay and Jordan Sekulow, ATTYS, filed fraud on court lawsuit for Tea Party Patriots Conservatives May 29, 2013, lied about IRS. Lied to Congress, DOJ, FYI. Created nationwide fraud and presses to falsely dismantle IRS. Withheld material facts. Corrupt. http://www.voiceink.blogspot.com
The American Center for Law and Justice is one of the few effective groups that works to protect Biblical values and the Judeo/Christian values that are under attack today by the secular left including politicians, media outlets, and numerous secular non-profits.
We thank God that someone is fighting back to maintain some of our religious freedoms as Christians and Jews.
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A Horror Story! Similar experience. Jay and Jordan Sekulow filed TeaParty, Patriot, Conservative lawsuit 5-29-2013 in DC District Ct (Civil) against IRS-DOJ. Jay and his clients concealed material facts from the court in their lawsuit. Jay and Jordan helped their call to dismantle IRS. I wrote to ACLJ. They ignored my correspondence. I filed a Motion to intervene in their lawsuit on June 28, 2013 w/ copies and attachments with Clerk's ofc., and mailed copies w/ attachments to parties. The motion is pending (under Rule 24(a)(1)(2) primary and/or Rule 24(2) discretion). As of today, 8-15-2013, I haven't heard back from anybody, including Congressional subcommittee investigating IRS-DOJ. Please read my story about how I told Jay in writing that his clients plagiarized and copyright infringed and sold my published obama political and religious POV as their own. Jay withheld that from Court. DON'T TRUST JAY! http://www.voiceink.blogspot.com/2013/06/breaking-news-teaparty-patriots.html
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) claims to defend Religious liberty (“Religious” referring to the Christian Religion, and understood in the same sense as America’s founders understood it). They essentially try to undo all the damage done by the ACLU (a communist front organization). Their lead attorney, Jay Seculow, apparently has taken cases all the way to the Supreme Court and won some of them! However, I have had a bad experience with the ACLJ. Having been a faithful, yearly donor for at least the last 7 years, and in October (2009) having been confronted with a legal problem that I understood to be closely tied to Religious liberty (my Christian Faith), I called their legal help-line. Instead of being allowed to explain my concern, I was rudely interrogated by a minimalist personality who appeared to be more interested in marginalizing my concern than in hearing what my concern was! He hung up on me while I was in mid-sentence. Being troubled at the incongruity between this man’s behavior and the ostensible objectives of the ACLJ, I wrote a certified letter to the ACLJ asking for clarification. After they refused to answer my first letter, I wrote a second letter, not certified this time. Again they have not responded; and in fact they have apparently removed me from their mailing list –- something I had NOT asked them to do. Add to this the fact that they send copious numbers of alarming communications; and they have been unabashed at asking for huge sums of money –- they once called me on the telephone and asked for $1000 –- I now have grave concerns about whether this organization is actually doing what they claim. My recommendation: STEER CLEAR of the ACLJ.