No-Fly List Abuse Could Cost FBI Agents

March 2, 2017
Courthouse News Service

With the no-fly list’s processes already found unconstitutional, judges on the Second Circuit argued Wednesday over whether FBI agents who used it to pressure Muslims into becoming informants should have to pay up.

Queens resident Muhammad Tanvir and three other men have been fighting their case against dozens of known and unknown federal agents for going on four years. ...

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March 6, 2017