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CPB lied about targeting Iranian-Americans

2020-02-05 16:43:08.013752+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

CBP Lied About Iranian-American Detentions, Leaked Memo Suggests

Last Thursday, a local Washington paper published a leaked CBP directive, which appears to have originated with CBP’s Seattle Field Office. Sure enough, the directive instructs officers to target and detain travelers based on their national origin and to interrogate them about their religious background and beliefs.

[ related topics: Religion Current Events Civil Liberties Seattle ]

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