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Stand a federal judge has thrown this case out but apparently that's legal fight is not over.
-- that's right -- and it is far from over the ACLU is appealing that federal court's decision in port and -- even if it doesn't get hurt in district court.
It will likely hurt by the ninth Circuit Court of Appeals at issue is whether or not the no fly list but -- 20000 names it's constitutional.
Or does it violate.
A person's right to travel.
And more specifically due process -- a former member of Portland's joint terrorism task force says the list is legal and it has already saved lives.
Because of nine elevenths a lot of things have changed a lot of our personal freedoms have been restricted.
Our phone calls overseas and things like there are hard for many times are intercepted and monitored.
And that's a result of that the -- secretary trying to affect the home.
Now everyone on this terrorism this -- want this fly list is also one of terrorism watch list and that also includes -- and 500 US citizens.
So what happens and if the FBI gets it wrong.
Well and it has and it there is a redress system but it's not an easy system to get through it it makes you go through several different processes and also departments within Homeland Security.
And one of the 500 Americans who was on this list is.
I -- -- -- -- a businessman from Portland he says it would have required him giving up his Miranda rights.
Now -- when he was barred from flying back to his family after humanitarian trip to his native Libya.
With the Christian group medical teams international he says he has never been told why he's even on the list.
They can ask anything they want.
-- what I know.
And I'll be more than happy to answer.
-- I have really nothing to hide about what I have done in Libya but how I live my life from the United States.
And just like -- -- all sixteen plaintiffs in the ACLU case against the no fly list.
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