An article for The New York Times covering a whistle-blower complaint alleging that Col. Earl Matthews, a lawyer for the D.C. Guard at the time of the Jan. 6 attack, faced retaliation after challenging the testimony of top Army leadership includes mention of CERL Executive Board member Mark Zaid. Zaid filed the complaint with lawyer Andrew Bakaj through Whistleblower Aid.
Mark S. Zaid, Esq., is a Washington, D.C. based attorney who specializes in crisis management and innovatively handling simple and complex administrative and litigation matters primarily relating to national security, international law, foreign sovereign and diplomatic immunity, and the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts. He is a member of CERL’s Executive Board. Read his bio here.
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