Homer espoused:
> Verily I say unto thee, that Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
>> | As a UK citizen, you no longer have any effective defence against a
>> | US demand for deportation. Under the Extradition Act 2003 the US
>> | can apply for a UK citizen to be extradited without having to
>> | present any evidence to face charges of a crime committed in the US
>> | ? for which the UK citizen need not have been actually present.
>> `----

> This is one of the worst violations of civil rights I have ever heard
> of, in a supposedly democratic society. Surely these totalitarian laws
> can not be allowed to continue?

Apparently, US border control have full access to UK criminal records...
really... even the expired ones. Yet another appalling violation of
civil rights.

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