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SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY v. AG OF THE UNITED STATES

March 29, 1974

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY et al., Plaintiffs,
v.
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF the UNITED STATES et al., Defendants


Griesa, District Judge.


The opinion of the court was delivered by: GRIESA

GRIESA, District Judge.

This is an action brought by the Socialist Workers Party ("SWP"), the Young Socialist Alliance ("YSA") and certain individuals, on their own behalf, and allegedly representing a class of approximately 100,000 persons consisting of members of the SWP and the YSA. The action is brought under the Constitution and various federal statutes, alleging that defendants conspired to deprive plaintiffs and their class of rights to participate in the electoral process and that defendants are responsible for illegal burglary, mail tampering and other wrongful activities.

 The defendants named in the complaint include President Nixon and certain former officials and employees of the Government, as follows:

 
Robert C. Mardian
 
John Mitchell
 
John W. Dean, III
 
H. R. Haldeman
 
John D. Ehrlichman
 
Tom Charles Huston
 
Jacob Nogi

 In addition, the complaint names the following defendants by their official titles:

 
Attorney General of the United States
 
Secretary of the Treasury
 
Secretary of Defense
 
Postmaster General
 
Secretary of the Army
 
Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
 
Director of Central Intelligence
 
Director of Secret Service
 
Director of Defense Intelligence Agency
 
Director of National ...

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