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Trial sought as ‘Flying Imams’ sue police, airport, US Airways, employees

by @ Friday, January 4th, 2008. Filed under 6 imams, Aviation Security, John Doe protection

Audrey Hudson at the Washington Times reports that US Airways, airport seek trial in imams’ suit:
US Airways and Minneapolis airport officials are demanding a jury trial in a civil rights lawsuit filed by a group of Muslim imams who were removed from a flight for suspicious behavior.
The airline and Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC), which oversees [...]

CAIR and ‘Flying Imams’ drop lawsuit against ‘John Doe’

by @ Thursday, August 23rd, 2007. Filed under 6 imams, Aviation Security, CAIR, John Doe protection

Audrey Hudson, of the Washington Times, reports this morning:
A federal court yesterday accepted a request by a group of Muslim imams to drop all claims in a federal lawsuit against unspecified “John Doe” passengers for reporting the men’s suspicious behavior, which led to their removal from a US Airways flight last year. The lawsuit filed [...]

CAIR to sue ‘John Doe’ to test their “good faith”

by @ Sunday, July 29th, 2007. Filed under 6 imams, Aviation Security, CAIR, John Doe protection

The CAIR backed lawsuit against those U.S. Airways Flight 300 passengers who reported the November 20, 2006, suspicious behavior of 6 imams will continue. Their suit was always about intimidating people out of saying something when they see something. Friday, Congress sent HR 1, the ‘Improving America’s Security Act of 2007′ to President Bush for [...]

Democrats shoot down ‘Joe Doe’ passenger protection legislation

by @ Saturday, July 21st, 2007. Filed under Aviation Security, John Doe protection, Political wind

Lie to me again and tell me the Democratic Party is tough on terror.
With their calendars permanently affixed to show everyday as September 10, the Democrats in the Senate voted to deny passengers protection from civil liability who, acting in good faith, report suspicious behaviors.
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Disarmed by the Dems

by @ Friday, July 20th, 2007. Filed under 6 imams, 9/11, John Doe protection, Political wind

Editor — This commentary appeared today, in the ‘Be Our Guest’ section of the New York Daily News
Congressional leaders fail to protect terror tipsters from insane lawsuits
He’s your son, riding a commuter train to work. Your daughter, taking the subway to go shopping downtown. Your grandparent, boarding an airplane at JFK en route to a [...]

Flying imams lose bid to limit lawsuit press coverage

by @ Thursday, June 28th, 2007. Filed under 6 imams, Aviation Security, John Doe protection

The judge hearing the lawsuit by the six imams (aka the ‘Flying Imams’) who are suing the ‘John Doe’ passengers aboard US Airways Flight 300 who reported their suspicious behavior ruled the press and public would not be denied full access to the proceedings:
A federal judge overseeing a lawsuit filed by six Muslim men who [...]

US Airways seeks dismissal of Flying Imams’ lawsuit

by @ Thursday, May 31st, 2007. Filed under 6 imams, Aviation Security, John Doe protection

Last November, six imams were removed from a US Airways flight after passengers and flight crew reported their suspicious behaviors. They boarded the aircraft, without objection, after three of the six prayed loudly in the gate area. Yet, while boarding and the plane waiting to push back from the gate, passengers became alarmed when some [...]

DHS IG’s report confirms terror dry run aboard Flight 327

by @ Wednesday, May 30th, 2007. Filed under Aviation Security, John Doe protection, War on Terror

Update, 2:53 PM EDT: Hot Air has the video of Annie Jacobsen and Audrey Hudson on FoxNews today. Update II, 5:30 PM EDT: I’ve added the same YouTube video at the bottom of this post.
This morning, in the Washington Times:
A newly released inspector general report backs eyewitness accounts of suspicious behavior by 13 Middle Eastern [...]

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