There is also a KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles broadcast version of this interview here.
Edward Hasbrouck, global traveler, author and privacy advocate, discusses US citizen Gulet Mohamed‘s alleged abduction and torture in Kuwait, and how the US government blocked his return home (and violated international law) by adding him to the no-fly list; the questionable Constitutionality of an extrajudicial no-fly list immune from court challenge; how DHS sifts through extensive travel records (PNRs) and tells the airlines who they can and can’t do business with; and how airports have become law-free zones much like Guantanamo.
MP3 here. (18:23)
Edward Hasbrouck is the author of The Practical Nomad travel book series. He is a journalist, consumer advocate, and travel expert. An avid traveler, his Identity Project blog “explores and defends the fundamental American right to move freely around our country and to live without constantly having to prove who we are or why we are here.”