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Anti-CAIR should not have settled this lawsuit

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Apr 21, 2006 at 10:07

After reading the article, I find that CAIR's lawsuit was quite weak. I fail to understand why ANTI-CAIR settled this lawsuit and keep the settlement confidential. They should have gone through the entire discovery process and let everything come into the open.

Yes, it would have cost some more money; but at least, we would have brought into the exact nature of CAIR and its financial backers, which would led to the demise of CAIR. We lost the opportunity to destroy CAIR and other Islamist organizations.

This lawsuit should never have been settled without an open trial.
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