The ACLU of Northern California, the Asian Law Caucus and the San Francisco Bay Guardian yesterday filed a lawsuit against the FBI seeking to enforce Freedom of Information Act requests filed in July asking for records relating to the surveillance of Muslim communities in California. (See prior posting.) The complaint (full text) in ACLU of Northern California v. FBI, (ND CA, filed 8/24/2010), argues that the government surveillance at issue impacts fundamental First Amendment rights of free exercise of religion, freedom of association and freedom of expression. The ACLU announced the filing of the lawsuit in a press release. Illume yesterday reported on the lawsuit.