He has filed the legal paperwork to try to get Obama deported.
He previously sued the National Security Agency and won at the district court level.
He sued Cuba and won a multimillion-dollar judgment.
Now, his newest plan is to offer help to the victims of the riots in Ferguson, Missouri.
He announced Freedom Watch will provide free legal representation for victims of “mob violence” in the town plagued by rioting following the announcement Monday that a grand jury had decided not to indict white police officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 shooting death of a black teen, Michael Brown.
Klayman said he’s turning his attention to helping “those unwillingly caught in the center of this national catastrophe.”
“We must seek justice for the innocent residents of Ferguson who have been harmed by those who do not respect the rule of law,” he said. “Freedom Watch will not stand by idly while the city burns and lives are lost as a result of unwarranted criminal acts that are both harmful and deadly.”
Wilson encountered the 18-year-old, 290-pound Brown walking down the middle of a Ferguson street shortly after Brown allegedly stole a box of cigars from a convenience store.
Immediately after the incident, witnesses who later were discredited claimed Brown was surrendering to Wilson and was shot in the back.
The grand jury concluded Brown attacked the police officer, tried to wrest his service weapon away from him, fled briefly then turned back on the officer and was charging him when the fatal shots were fired.
Rioting erupted after the shooting and returned Monday when the decision not to charge the officer was announced. Dozens of vehicles and buildings, including businesses, have been destroyed by rioters.
Klayman, whose battle against “the seedy underbelly of Washington” is chronicled in his book “Whores: Why and How I Came to Fight the Establishment,” is the only lawyer ever to have obtained a court ruling that a U.S. president committed a crime.
He still is known in Washington as the biggest enemy of the city’s elite, having made a name for himself suing Bill and Hillary Clinton, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and foreign leaders such as Fidel Castro, Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
His battles against corruption in the Clinton administration became so well-known that a character in the hit TV series “West Wing,” Harry Klaypool, was based on him.
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