USA v. Ahmed Abdel Sattar, Mohammed Yousry, and Lynne Stewart: This brief is in support of attorney Lynne Stewart’s motion to dismiss the charges in Counts One and Two of the indictment against her. It argues that the material support counts of the indictment fail to meet constitutional muster for three reasons: 1) the statute’s blanket prohibition on the provision of “personnel” criminalizes a substantial mount of core political speech and is, as a result, both void for vagueness and facially overbroad; 2) the indictment does not allege that Ms. Stewart issued the statement in question with the intent to further the Islamic Group’s unlawful ends; and 3) the statute by which the Secretary of State designates foreign terrorist organizations, 8 U.S.C. Sec. 2289, runs afoul of the First Amendment and Due Process Clause.
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