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U.S. Appeals Court Rules On Extra "Airport Screening"
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12 Sep 2017 07:03 PM EST

A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday, the U.S. government did not violate the constitutional rights of two Detroit-area businessmen, Nasser Beydoun and Maan Bazzi, by routinely subjecting them to extra security screening at airports.
Beydoun and Bazzi accused the government of violating their travel and due process rights by placing them on its “Selectee List” for enhanced security checks. They are both U.S. citizens from Dearborn, Michigan.
According to the men, the extra screening has often caused them to miss flights and suffer humiliation.
In a 3-0 decision, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati said the extra burdens that Beydoun and Bazzi claimed to suffer were only “incidental or negligible.”

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