1. The Webmaster and the Football Player
They were doing things I didn’t ever think government agentswould do.
—Liz Brndt, University o Idho Lw School (2010)
What angers me most is that these are resources that could bespent pursuing real bad guys.
—Dvid Mnners, orer CIA sttionchie or Jordn (2004)
The part that surprised me was when I read the First Amendment instructions.
— John Steger, Idho juror (2004)
retired Idho orest worker, did not expect tht hewould be sitting in judgent on the Ptriot Act or on the First Aend-ent when he ws clled or jury duty in April 2004. The cse hews ssigned to her ws criinl prosecution ginst Si Orl-Hussyen, thirty-our-yer-old University o Idho doctorl studentwhose Sudi ne nd origins ust hve seeed exotic in Idho, highlyconservtive stte where Arbs ke up less thn two-tenths o 1 percento the popultion.Si, who ws in the country on student vis, hd been living inMoscow, Idho (popultion bout 20,000), or fve yers, long with hiswie, Mh, nd their three young boys while he worked towrd his degreein coputer studies. As Musli student leder, Si hd led cndle-light vigil on the Idho cpus shortly ter 9/11, condening the ttckss n ront to Isl. His neighbors knew hi s gentle n, the lstperson nyone would suspect o terrorist sypthies. But Si ws ontril or providing “teril support” to terrorists becuse he volunteereds webster or the Islic Assebly o North Aeric, Michign-bsed orgniztion, ong other groups. The Islic Assebly describedits websites s designed to “[s]pred the correct knowledge o Isl; [nd][w]iden the horizons nd understnding . . . ong Muslis concerning