Illoominate Media and Laura Loomer v. CAIR, et al.

Laura Loomer v. CAIR et al. - First Amended Complaint and Jury Demand - Tortious Interference / Deplatforming

Ronald Coleman

Laura Loomer and her media company, Illoominate Media, sue the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and Twitter for tortious interference based in part on CAIR working with Twitter to delete her 260,000-follower account because of her criticism of CAIR-supported politicians such as Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar

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Reference Info: Pleadings | State, 11th Circuit, Florida | United States

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