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originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: Gryphon66
Precedence... Maybe not, you might be right. But it certainly would seem to be a decision that leads that way.
Since I'm sure this will be challenged, I wonder if the ninth circuit will be the one to review, or if the Feds will try to change venue?
originally posted by: Edumakated
The problem I have with a no fly list is that if someone is deemed such a threat that the government is going to restrict their movements, then that person needs to either be charged with a crime or deported if an immigrant. Obviously, the government has some information on a person and if that info is enough to restrict movement it should be enough to charge with a crime. The government should either put up and charge or shut up imho.