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FBI Remains Secretive on 'No Fly' List, ACLU Says

A controversial “no fly” list designed to stop suspected terrorists from boarding planes is being sloppily maintained, which could make it difficult for innocent Americans to get their names cleared, the American Civil Liberties Union said on Friday. The group, which reviewed 94 pages of documents recently declassified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said the material released offered no information on how the no fly list was compiled, how many people were on it, and whether it was possible to get on the list simply by protesting the war in Iraq. “For us, it raises more questions than it answers,” Stella Richardson, a spokeswoman for the ACLU of northern California, said of the declassified FBI documents. Full Story

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