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The Obama administration has expanded the National terrorist watch list system by approving broad guidelines over who can be targeted. Reporting for the intercept Jeremy Scahill and Ryan Devereaux obtain the government secret watch list those from an intelligence source.
The guidebook says 'that to be deemed a terrorist target, irrefutable evidence or concrete facts are not necessary. Both known and suspected suspects are tracked and terrorism the so broadly defined it includes people accused of damaging property, belonging to the government or financial institutions.
Other factors that just for inclusion include postings on social media or having a relative already deemed a terrorist. The guidebooks criteria also apply to the no fly list and the selectee list.
In a statement Cena Shamsi the American Civil Liberties Union said quote and said a white with limited limited actual known terrorists the government's eagerly blacklisting people are suspected terrorists and giving them the impossible task of proving themselves innocent have a threat they have been carried out.
Published on 29 Jul 2014
Democracy Now! - The Obama administration has expanded the national terrorist watchlist system by approving broad guidelines over who can be targeted. A leaked copy of the secret government guidebook reveals that to be a deemed a "terrorist" target, "irrefutable evidence or concrete facts are not necessary." Both "known" and "suspected" suspects are tracked, and terrorism is so broadly defined that it includes people accused of damaging property belonging to the government or financial institutions. Other factors that can justify inclusion on the watchlist include postings on social media or having a relative already deemed a terrorist. We are joined by investigative reporters Jeremy Scahill and Ryan Devereaux of The Intercept. Last week they published the secret U.S. document along with their new article, "The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist.”