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CBP Issues New Protocols Restricting Domestic Flight Passenger Identification Checks Following ACLU Lawsuit

July 11, 2019, ACLU

The ACLU covered Josh Picker's representation of domestic flight passengers subject to suspicionless searches by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Mr. Picker says, "We are pleased to have reached a settlement that recognizes that our clients were wronged by government officials when they exited the plane on February 22, 2017 and that such conduct is not to recur."

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