SCOTUS Rules Muslim Men Who Were Placed on No-Fly List by FBI Can Sue

HeadlineDec 11, 2020

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that three Muslim men who were placed on a no-fly list can sue government officials for damages. The plaintiffs say the FBI placed them on the no-fly list as retaliation for refusing to spy on their communities, which prevented them from making trips to Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen, harming their reputations and jobs.

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