Gilmore v. Ashcroft “because he believes persons have a right to travel by air without

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Summary:

John Gilmore, private citizen, filed a lawsuit on July 18, 2002 against United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, the heads of the Federal Aviation Administration, the new Transportation Security Administration, FBI, the new Homeland Security agency and also the Attorney General. He does so “because he believes persons have a right to travel by air without the government requiring that they relinquish their anonymity. No security threat is as important as the threat to American society caused by erosion of the right to travel, the right to be free from unreasonable searches, and the right to exercise First Amendment rights anonymously.” (from Complaint for Injunctive and Declaratory Relief)

Current Status: Awaiting the judge’s ruling on the motion to dismiss the case.

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