Late last year, Yasir Afifi, 20, a Muslim-American college student in California discovered a GPS device the FBI attached to his car in order to track him and his activities. Now, Afifi is suing the FBI for placing the device without a warrant. Wouldn't you? [Boing Boing]
Muslim Student Suing The FBI For Secretly Tracking Him
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