January 2018

January 18, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Meet Micah Morrison

Micah Morrison is chief investigative reporter for Judicial Watch and a recognized expert on the Harlem Mosque Incident. Judicial Watch is the nation’s foremost filer and litigator of Freedom of Information Act cases. Micah is a former investigative writer for the Wall Street Journal. His work has appeared worldwide.

As chief investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal editorial page, Micah led the paper’s “Whitewater” investigation of the Clinton Administration, as well as reporting on fraud, money laundering, terrorism and the corrupt Bank of Credit & Commerce International (BCCI). With Journal Editor Robert L. Bartley, Micah edited the six-volume series, Whitewater: A Wall Street Journal Briefing. The Journal nominated him four times for the Pulitzer Prize: in the Editorial Writing category in 1997, 1998, and 1999; in the Investigative Reporting category in 2000. Later, Micah served as an investigative consultant for Fox News, contributing on-air commentary and leading investigations for a long-form documentary team. He is the author of Fire in Paradise: The Yellowstone Fires and the Politics of Environmentalism

In 2016, Micah was recognized by the Retired Detectives Association of the NYPD for his “relentless investigation” of the Harlem Mosque Incident and presented with an “ARDY” award, the group’s highest honor. Morrison has written about the Cardillo killing for the New York Post, the New York Daily News and Judicial Watch.

A 3,800-word investigative story—“Killing Cardillo: What Did the FBI Know and When Did They Know It?”—published on the Judicial Watch website in April 2015, expanded on Micah’s groundbreaking New York Post reporting on the Harlem Mosque Incident. Micah revealed new evidence in the case, including details of a White House-ordered secret FBI program to hunt black radicals, Operation Newkill; documents suggesting that the FBI had informants inside the mosque at the time of the Cardillo killing; and reports from long-suppressed official investigations that point to New York City officials obstructing justice.

In November 2017, Judicial Watch announce it was suing the NYPD and the FBI for withholding documents related to the Cardillo murder.

More information on Micah can be found at his website: www.micahmorrison.com; on his Twitter feed, @micah_morrison; and at Judicial Watch’s Investigative Bulletin: www.judicialwatch.org/investigative-bulletin.

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