Texas Judge Chops Up Border Wall Claims, Remands Some

By Grace Dixon (January 14, 2022, 6:28 p.m. EDT) — A Texas federal judge has cut suits in a nonprofit organization’s lawsuit challenging construction on part of a border wall, keeping disturbing claims of a border treaty With Mexico in the federation. court while returning others to state court.

U.S. District Judge Randy Crane has partially granted the Butterfly Society of North America’s request to return its lawsuit challenging the construction funded by We Build The Wall Inc. It is built by Fisher Industries on land owned by the association’s neighbor, Neuhaus & Sons LLC.

Defamation allegations that we are building the wall have been falsely associated with human trafficking and drug smuggling on Twitter…

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