More than 900,000 on U.S. terror list.

Wow! Surely this creates a niche market and leaves room for an operator to fly terror suspects. Perhaps those flights that the CIA used for rendition could now be resumed as for profit flights to help recoup some of the U.S. taxpayers money that was spent on costly rendition flights of terror susspects to foreign torture sites.
ACLU calls out US over 'absurd bloating' of terror watch list

Nick Juliano
The Raw Story

More that 900,000 people are currently listed as suspected terrorists
on the
US government's "do not fly" list, and that number will grow to beyond
million by summer, says the American Civil Liberties Union.

"If there were a million terrorists in this country, our cities would
be in
ruins," Barry Steinhardt, director of the ACLU's Technology and Liberty
Program, stated in a press release from the group. "The absurd bloating
the terrorist watch lists is yet another example of how incompetence by
security apparatus threatens our rights without offering any real

The ACLU has launched a new Web site to track the growth of the watch
which it says includes thousands of innocent Americans, including
politicians and authors as well as people with common names.



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