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Why did we only get Khan's side of the story?

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Submitted by Gloria (United States), Jan 24, 2003 at 09:46

Mr. Khan claims that he was treated "roughly" by the authorities. Why didn't we get the authorities' side of the story? The bigger question, though, is why were they released? Last time I checked, credit card fraud was a crime. Were they prosecuted for the fraud and for their visa violations? They should have been deported.
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They were deported. Khan was interviewed in India.

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