Friday, July 21, 2017

Will this Trump travel ban pass the 9th Circuit Court's 'smell test?'

        US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, representing the Trump Administration, has decided to implement a 'geographical travel restriction' for North Korea, which would make the use of US passports to enter the country illegal.*

     Many Americans certainly must be wondering if any legal challenges will  come from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturning the travel ban, considering their previous overzealous decisions to ride roughshod over President Trump's Constitutional authority involving passage restrictions into the United States from rogue nation travelers with ties to terrorism 

     The ban apparently stems from tragedy surrounding the case of U.S. student Otto Warmbier whose decision to travel into North Korea ultimately led to his demise.  

     "He was subsequently arrested there and sentenced to 15 years of hard labour.  Otto Warmbier, however, died six days after being brought back to the United States in a coma from North Korea.

     The 22-year-old was returned to his family in Cincinnati, Ohio, on June 13 after spending 17 months in North Korea where he was arrested as a student for stealing a propaganda poster in January 2016.

     He returned in a vegetative state, unable to communicate with his family and with devastating brain loss." *

     Regarding the word yet whether long time Kim Jong-Un buddy, Dennis Rodham will appeal to the 9th Circuit Court for his safe passage into North Korea 

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