No. 70-C-5.

317 F.Supp. 664 (1970)

The STATE COMMITTEE TO STOP SANGUINE and Charles H. Stoddard, Plaintiffs, v. Melvin R. LAIRD, Secretary of Defense, and the Radio Corporation of America, Inc., Defendants.

United States District Court, W. D. Wisconsin.

October 12, 1970.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Roy G. Tulane, William A. Chatterton, Madison, Wis., for plaintiffs.

John O. Olson, U. S. Atty., Madison, Wis., for Melvin R. Laird.

James O. Huber, Milwaukee, Wis., for Radio Corporation of America.


JAMES E. DOYLE, District Judge.

This is a civil action in which plaintiffs seek to enjoin defendants from operating and maintaining Project Sanguine, a signal system test facility in the vicinity of Clam Lake, Wisconsin.1 The matter is before the court on a motion to dismiss by The Radio Corporation of America, Inc. (RCA), and on certain affirmative defenses raised by defendant Laird in his answer (the complaint...

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