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By Jay Sekulow1308675365000

 

As we remember the tragedy of 9/11, I wanted to bring you some insights from our perspective.  Since 9/11, the American Center for Law and Justice has increased its global reach significantly.  We have lawyers deployed throughout Europe and Russia and have considerable legal work going on in the Middle East region as well.  We realize that the fight for freedom is a global one.  As we remember the lives of the men and women who died in the terrible tragedies of 9/11, we must also remember to keep in prayer our men and women who are currently serving our country by defending our freedoms around the world. 

 

I am meeting today in our offices in Washington, DC, with our senior legal staff to implement our strategy for the remainder of this year.  I can assure you that we are dedicated to preserving liberty and protecting freedom.  Whether the case is at the Supreme Court of the United States, the European Court of Human Rights, the United Nations or at a local School Board, ACLJ lawyers and our affiliated organizations are committed to the continuing defense of liberty. 

 

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