US Supreme Court hears case of Muslims put on No Fly list for refusing to spy

October 9, 2020
Middle East Eye

... The legal battle started in 2013 when CLEAR, an advocacy initiative at the City University of New York (CUNY), sued the federal government on behalf of Tanvir. Soon after the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and three other Muslim men on the No-Fly list joined the lawsuit.

"This impermissible abuse of the No Fly List has forced plaintiffs to choose between their constitutionally protected right to travel, on the one hand, and their First Amendment rights on the other," the original legal complaint, filed in a US district court in New York, reads. ...

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October 9, 2020