Friday, March 02, 2007
$1.6 million lawsuit against LANL
Information Assets Management, the LANL subcontractor that employed Jessica Quintana of CREM de METH fame, and whose contract with LANL was terminated according to Michael Anastasio's Congressional testimony, has filed a $1.6 million lawsuit against LANL (or, more likely, LANS).
I have no details, but Information Assets is probably claiming that their contract was wrongfull[y] terminated insofar as the FBI has allegedly cleared them of any wrongdoing in the security breach.
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PS: Pat, The Dog would like to know what else the FBI findings will reveal, specifically re: John Mitchell.
Is having cause (their person taking classified home) reason enough in our legal system to allow them to get a judgment against LANL for exercising its contract rights? I hope not.