Edward Hasbrouck of the Identity Project is attending the “no-fly” trial in Ibrahim v. DHS, which is going on this week and may continue into next week. Cellphone and Internet access in the courthouse is unreliable, but he’ll be tweeting updates when possible in addition to posting articles in this blog.
You can use the federal courts’ PACER system to view public filings in the case, for a fee. Or, for those of us mortals who aren’t registered with the federal courts to pay through the nose for access to public domain judicial records, you can use the Internet Archive’s RECAP archive of the case docket, which includes links to some of the case documents which friendly PACER users have donated to public access.
- Intro: First “no-fly” trial to begin this week in San Francisco
- Search this blog for all articles mentioning “Ibrahim”
- Twitter feed from @ehasbrouck