“HIDING SOMETHING”: First Liberty Sues U.S. Air Force in Flag-Folding Speech Incident

Files “Freedom of Information Act” lawsuit to obtain investigation into assault of veteran forcibly removed from retirement ceremony for planning to mention “God.” August 4, 2017

On July 27, First Liberty Institute filed a lawsuit against Department of the Air Force, alleging violations of the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA). The lawsuit accuses the Air Force of wrongfully withholding the results of an investigation into the matter of its client, decorated 33-year Air Force veteran Oscar

SUDDEN IMPACT: Defense of assaulted veteran sparks public outrage!

Assault of retired veteran garners widespread media attention July 1, 2016

Last week the U.S. Air Force endured a sudden blitz of negative publicity from the case of First Liberty client Oscar Rodriguez. As reported in Liberty Watch and across the nation’s news media, Rodriguez, a decorated 33-year Air Force veteran, was thrown out of a fellow airman’s retirement ceremony. Indeed,

33-Year Veteran Assaulted and Forcibly Removed by Air Force over Speech that Mentions “God”

First Liberty sends demand letter seeking apology and accountability for those responsible June 23, 2016

On June 20, 2016, First Liberty Institute sent a demand letter to the United States Air Force on behalf of Oscar Rodriguez, Jr., a decorated 33-year Air Force veteran. Rodriguez was invited to give a flag-folding speech at a private military retirement ceremony held at Travis Air Force Base, but