In the case of the Flying Imams against US Airways and the Metropolitan Airports Commission, brought to you by CAIR, the Flying Imams have dismissed their claims against the John Doe defendants who alerted the airline to their suspicious behavior. Minneapolis attorney Gerard Nolting, who volunteered his services to any John Doe defendant ultimately named by the Flying Imams, writes:
The Flying Imams just filed a dismissal against all John Doe passengers. Total surrender before any discovery is even taken.
In the most recent order entered in the case (as I noted here and here), Judge Montgomery denied the Flying Imams’ motion to close the proceedings to the public. In the lawsuit, at least, the Flying Imams are flying nowhere fast.