Mark Meckler writes about a major development in the pursuit of justice for groups improperly targeted by the IRS: Thursday, Judge Reggie Walton of the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia dismissed almost all counts in two major lawsuits brought by conservative groups against the IRS. So why would Judge Walton — a George W. Bush appointee — make this decision? Believe it or not, he says that claims for injunctive relief are moot because there is “no reasonable expectation” that the IRS would continue to target conservative organizations based on their viewpoint. But this defies what we know to be true. The IRS has repeatedly insisted its actions were for “tax-administration purposes” and were otherwise legitimate functions to determine the groups’ tax-exempt status. The IRS has concealed evidence, obscured facts, and — evidence shows — still harassed conservative groups after their scheme was revealed. Read the rest of the article on National Review Online. — Mark Meckler is the founder of Sue the IRS, which survived the IRS’s motion to dismiss and is proceeding in Ohio.