Representing John Doe

Audrey Hudson has an interesting page-one story in this morning’s Washington Times on attorneys offering to step forward and represent the “John Doe” defendants pro bono in the lawsuit brought by the flying imams. Hudson quotes Minneapolis attorneys Tom Malone and my friend and former partner Gerry Nolting. She also notes that these attorneys, if called on, might even get paid: “Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, a Phoenix-area physician and director of American Islamic Forum for Democracy — a group founded in 2003 to promote moderate Muslim ideas through its Web site (www.aifdemocracy.org) — told The Washington Times his group will raise money for legal fees for passengers if they are sued by the imams.”
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