FBI Agents Put People On The No-Fly List Out Of Spite, Supreme Court Lets Victims Sue

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  1. I welcome the win against government blacklisting of otherwise free people.

    This win in the Supreme Court mainly assists if the target of actual or threatened blacklisting can claim the blacklisting was related to religious affiliation/practice. It doesn’t do much of anything useful for those blacklisted or threatened with blacklisting who can’t successfully claim the blacklisting was an infringement on religious belief/practice.

  2. All people on the no-fly list should have the opportunity to contest their status in court as a matter of due process.

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