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Is this evidence? /DHS has bad strategy if in good faith

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Submitted by Special g (United States), Sep 13, 2004 at 11:58

... As for your other, more salient points, I checked some of your references, but I cannot read French, so that did not help much. The bottom line is there is no evidence that this guy is involved in terrorist activity in any way. If there were the Swiss would arrest him. If there were, it would have been better to let him into the US and then arrest him. If there is serious suspicion that he is involved in terrorism, moreover, it would have been most sensible to let him in to the US and closely moniter him. The US might even learn important information by doing so. The only plausible explanation for the revoking of his visa is that DHS, the Bush Administration, and/or other powerful forces in this country do not want people in this country to hear what the guy has to say. It is called censorship.
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