There are now three motions to dismiss both the federal and state defendants in my case against the TSA’s unlawful search and seizure of me at FLL airport last year.  They were filed between 1 and 3 months ago, with such absurd claims as, “We’re not law enforcement officers, but we were allowed to detain him” and “We’re allowed to read any documents he brought through the checkpoint on the off-chance that one of them will show he used a false ID.”

The judge has not yet ruled on any of these three motions, and there is no deadline for her to do so, however last week good news came as she ordered the parties to create a scheduling plan and submit other documentation that is required for the trial to proceed. It would seem unlikely for her to do such a thing if she were planning on tossing the case, and so I’m very much looking forward to reading her order denying the motions to dismiss. 🙂