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  •  Not sure why you are asking that question (1+ / 0-)
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    in response to my comment.

    What I was saying was that given the mechanics of the terrorist network surveillance apparatus with respect to international travel, Miranda's passport and data would have had to have been flagged within a database to provoke his detention and the confiscation of the electronics he had on his person at the time.

    And of course, the line of questioning he was subjected to while he was detained which was exclusively about Snowden and Greenwald apparently.  Not questioning about whether or not he was planning terrorist activities that might harm people.

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