Senators question numerous GA stops and searches

12/3/2013 | AIN Online

Eight members of the Senate General Aviation Caucus have sent a letter to the Department of Homeland Security demanding information about all stops and searches of general aviation aircraft since 2009. "While we appreciate law enforcement efforts to protect our national interests and combat illegal activity, the abrupt increase in the number of stops and searches of personnel aboard general aviation aircraft raises concerns that [Customs and Border Protection] may be violating our citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights," the letter said.

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