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ACLU releases hundreds of documents in TiZA case
by Tom Weber
The ACLU of Minnesota released hundreds of documents Monday in its case against a now-closed charter school, after a judge approved the release last week.
The group claims the depositions, emails and other files help show that its nearly three-year old claims against Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy are true.
"There is an overwhelming amount of documented evidence — by people who testified under oath in here — that these facts are as we have alleged they were," said ACLU-MN executive director Chuck Samuelson in a news conference.
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