Court Rejects ‘Orchestrated Campaign’ To Remove Judge Cannon From Docs Lawfare Case

Court Rejects ‘Orchestrated Campaign’ To Remove Judge Cannon From Docs Lawfare Case


A federal appeals court rejected an “orchestrated campaign” of complaints to remove the judge overseeing the Biden Justice Department’s lawfare case against former President Donald Trump over classified documents raided from his Mar-a-Lago home.

The 11th Circuit Judicial Council, which oversees the lower courts in Florida, announced on May 22 it would not accept a pile of complaints — or any similar complaints in the future — about Judge Aileen Cannon, a Trump appointee, who is overseeing the classified documents lawfare case. The council said since May 16, 2024, it had received more than 1,000 judicial complaints “that raise allegations that are substantially similar to the allegations raised in previous complaints.”

“These complaints appear to be part of an orchestrated campaign,” the council continued.

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