United States District Court, District of Columbia
November 13, 2000
TIMOTHY MALCOLM, PLAINTIFF,
JANET RENO, ATTORNEY GENERAL, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, DEFENDANT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Oberdorfer, District Judge.
After briefing and extensive arguments in court and in telephone
conferences, an October 19, 2000 Order granted plaintiff's motion for a
preliminary injunction for reasons explained in an accompanying
memorandum. An October 25, 2000 Amended Order set a $1,500 bond. The
parties have now briefed plaintiff's motion for partial summary judgment
and equitable relief, leaving the issue of plaintiff's de novo challenge
to a Department of Justice decision concerning compensatory damages for
future consideration. Compare Malcolm v. Federal Bureau of
Investigation, Agency Complaint No. F-96-4828 (November 17, 1999), with
Malcolm v. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Agency Complaint No.
F-96-4828 (May 3, 1999). Nothing in the summary judgment pleadings
effectively challenges the findings supporting the October 19, 2000
preliminary injunction or the reasons for it. Those findings and
conclusions are hereby ratified. An accompanying order reiterates the
preliminary injunction in final form.
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