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CMR DEFENDS LEGAL VICTORY BEFORE COURT OF APPEALS
On August 16, 2002, Washington D.C. U.S. District  Judge Royce C. Lamberth  dismissed, with prejudice, the lawsuit filed by Plaintiff  Carey D. Lohrenz  against  Elaine Donnelly  and the  Center for Military Readiness (CMR)  in 1996. The... Read More
05 Nov 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
Manning and Hasan Lessons Learned: The Deadly Price of...
The story of 25 year-old Army  Pvt.   Bradley Manning , now convicted, demoted, and sentenced to 35 years at  Fort Leavenworth  prison, has taken a bizarre turn.  In the same week, Major Nidal Hasan, a bearded jihadist wearing an Army uniform, sat in a... Read More
22 Aug 13
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Allen West Questions Senators Paul and Cruz on Support...
Iraq war veteran and former congressman  Col. Allen West  (R-FL) has criticized  Senators Rand Paul  (R-KY) and  Ted Cruz  (R-TX) for supporting controversial  legislation that would create a  new  independent system  of military... Read More
11 Aug 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters, Sexual Misconduct
Lessons Learned: Impact of DOMA Ruling on Military Families
In an article published in the  Washington Times , CMR President  Elaine Donnelly  highlighted the long-term consequences of the  Supreme Court's  failure to uphold the  Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) , which defined marriage as the bond of one man and one woman: Read More
05 Jul 13
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
LOHRENZ V. DONNELLY DISMISSED BY THE SUPREME COURT
In September 2003 a three-judge panel of the  U. S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit  reaffirmed the Motion for Summary Judgment that had been approved by  U. S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth  in August 2002. The case finally ended on May 17,... Read More
04 Sep 06
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
D.C. COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS RULING IN FAVOR OF THE...
Elaine Donnelly , President of the  Center for Military Readiness , expressed great satisfaction in CMR’s second, decisive victory in litigation filed against CMR by  Carey Dunai Lohrenz , a former F-14 pilot, more than seven years ago. In an opinion released on December 12, a... Read More
30 Dec 03
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
DoD INSPECTOR GENERAL INVESTIGATING NAVY JAG ABUSE OF POWER
The  Department of Defense Inspector General (DoD IG)  has been investigating, for more than a year, a pattern of improper behavior and abuse of power by certain officials in the  Office of the Navy Judge Advocate General (OJAG) . The confidential probe began when ... Read More
05 Nov 03
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
COURT DISMISSES LAWSUIT TO INCLUDE WOMEN IN DRAFT...
The Center for Military Readiness is pleased to report that a lawsuit intended to impose  Selective Service  obligations on young women has been dismissed by the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.  1 In an 8-page opinion, U.S. Senior  District Judge... Read More
04 Sep 03
Tags Judicial/Legal Matters, Women in the Military
FEMALE PILOT FILES APPEAL TO OVERTURN CMR VICTORY
Feminists who filed a baseless lawsuit against the  Center for Military Readiness  and  Elaine Donnelly  in 1996 have not given up on their malicious campaign to silence Donnelly and shut down CMR. On August 16, 2002,  Judge Royce C. Lamberth  of the U.S.... Read More
11 Feb 03
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
SUMMARY JUDGMENT: CMR WINS DECISIVE VICTORY
The Center for Military Readiness is celebrating victory in litigation that President Elaine Donnelly described as "harassment by feminist advocates who misused the Court to threaten my rights of free speech. This victory upholds the right of CMR to question official policies that elevate risks,... Read More
21 Aug 02
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
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