IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
JOHN DOE, an individual,
) CASE NO. CV-07-P-0842-S
The UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, a
government agency d/b/a USAF XOI-RE, or )
d/b/a The AIR INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, )
a/k/a A.I.A.; et al
PLAINTIFF’S RESPONSE TO COURT’S SHOW CAUSE ORDER
Comes now the Plaintiff, John Doe by and through his attorney of record, James
R. Bosarge, Jr. and would respond to the Show Cause Order issued by this Honorable
Court on July 18, 2 007 and prays that this Honorable Court will allow continuance of the
use of “John Doe” and shows the following for the relief herein requested:
That the Plaintiff desires for anonymity due to the area of his expertise in
the intelligence field places him in an greatly increased possibility of
danger from sources known and unknown.
That the Plaintiff desires to remain anonymous and therefore not being
placed in the public eye as a possible terrorist target due to the information
he uncovered and delivered to the United States Government during his
term of duty as an intelligence agent for the armed services.
That the Plaintiff contends that information he uncovered during his term
of duty, has in the past and could in the future, be of value to foreign
governments and terrorists organizations alike.
2007 Jul-23 PM 04:44
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA
Case 2:07-cv-00842-RDP Document 9 Filed 07/23/2007 Page 1 of 5
Doe v. United States Air Force et al
Placing the Plaintiff in harms way would not be beneficial to him as an
individual, to the United States Government or Homeland Security and
furthermore the Plaintiff feels that if his anonymity does not continue then
he would be placed in very precarious situations.
The Plaintiff does not desire to spend the rest of his life having to “look
over his shoulder” to protect both home and life.
The Plaintiff’s Complaint filed May 7, 2007 stated that one reason the
Plaintiff wished to remain anonymous was that