Democrats want ‘John Doe’ provision cut

ACTION ALERT: CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS TODAY!19 July 2007: Audrey Hudson, the Washington Times reporter who broke the story on the case of the six Muslim religious leaders behaving suspiciously aboard U.S. Air Flight 300 last November, is reporting today that the Democrats in a House and Senate conference committee meeting this afternoon will attempt to pull a provision from a homeland security bill that will protect the public from being sued for reporting suspicious behavior that may lead to a terrorist attack.

Republicans aides say they will put up a fight with Democrats when the conference committee begins at 1 p.m. ET, to reinsert the language, but that public pressure is also needed.

Link to Washington Times article HERE

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Background: 21 November 2006: Islamic Ideological Jihad being waged in the U.S.

29 November 2006: Terrorism through subterfuge