Will the US government criminalize USS Liberty survivors’ effort to persuade the US government to investigate the attack on their ship? Some states have enacted laws that restrict or outlaw the criticism of Israel. For over five decades survivors of the June 8, 1967, Israeli attack on the USS Liberty have tried to persuade the US government to investigate the attack on their ship. According to USS Liberty survivors, the IDF committed War Crimes during that attack. They codified this in the War Crimes Report they submitted to the Department of the Army on June 8, 2005. A copy of that Report is available at https://www.ussliberty.com/files/public/WCR%20with%20Exhibits.pdf. Given that some may characterize that War Crimes Report as criticism of Israel, is there a movement afoot in Congress to restrict or outlaw USS Liberty survivors’ effort to ensure the US government finally investigates the attack on their ship?