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A former top aide to ex-Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has received the go-ahead from the Pentagon to release his memoir after a brief legal fight.
Lawyers for Guy Snodgrass, a former fighter pilot who served as Mattis’ speechwriter, claimed victory Wednesday, two weeks after filing a lawsuit alleging the Defense Department was slow-walking approval of the book.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Complete legal victory. DoD had NO leg to stand on,” Mark Zaid said in a tweet.
Bradley Moss, another lawyer representing Snodgrass, said the book “has been cleared for release subject to minor redactions.”
Just in: DOD this afternoon approved Guy Snodgrass' manuscript with "minor redactions," allowing him to move forward with publishing a controversial memoir about his time in the Pentagon under Secretary Mattis. Updated story here https://t.co/Xejadqkfcs
— Lara Seligman (@laraseligman) September 11, 2019
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