On Wednesday, a federal judge threw out the federal government’s case against “We Are the Men” star Ryan Reynolds and three others accused of illegally infiltrating and working for the U.S. military in a bid to build an army for the fictional fictional nation of America.
The case, filed in a San Diego federal court by the National Military Industrial Complex, seeks a declaration that the alleged actors are employees of the U,S.
The suit seeks to block Reynolds and his associates from obtaining government jobs for their alleged involvement in the scheme, which was announced in October.
In its motion, the military industrial complex said the government’s allegations are false, without supporting evidence, and that the plaintiffs are not employees of U.,S., or any other government agency.
It added that “we are confident that the defendants have no standing to file this lawsuit.”
The motion said the defendants’ conduct violates numerous federal laws, including the Alien Tort Statute, which bars aliens from suing anyone they consider a party to an act of violence or a violation of their rights under international law.
The defendants “are now facing criminal charges, and we will seek a temporary restraining order against their defendants, which could put them in jail for the rest of their lives,” the motion said.
The military industrial community is an outgrowth of the National Guard.
It was formed in 1887 to recruit and train new soldiers and was created as a civilian defense force in response to the war in Europe.
The National Military Service Act of 1940 created a separate, civilian branch of the armed forces that has expanded and expanded in recent decades.
It provides for a wide range of government-employed, private-sector positions and benefits, including housing, food, clothing, transportation and more.
The plaintiffs say the plaintiffs and their associates violated several federal statutes and the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which prohibits unauthorized employment of government employees.
The motion was filed on behalf of the military-industry-funded Leadership Institute, which is part of the Center for Defense Information.
The Leadership Institute is funded by the Department of Defense, the Office of Management and Budget, the U: Department of the Navy, the National Reconnaissance Office, and other agencies.
The government’s lawsuit was filed in the Southern District of California.