Ibrahim's daughter, a US citizen, was also put on the no fly list and blocked from flying to the US to be a witness at the trial. The information was redacted from the final ruling.
Entire Court Discussion Of Feds Blocking US Citizen From Flying To No Fly List Trial... Redacted
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February 7, 2014

Via Techdirt:

We already wrote about the release of Judge Alsup's ruling in the Rahinah Ibrahim case. However, I wanted to do a second post, concerning one of the issues that first grabbed our attention about the case -- the fact that Ibrahim's daughter, a US citizen, was put on the no fly list and blocked from flying to the US to be a witness at the trial. The DOJ insisted that this was untrue and the daughter had simply missed her flight -- claims that were later proven to be outright lies. At the time, it appeared that Judge Alsup was not at all happy about this, and we hoped that this would result in s...

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