Scarlet Kim

Scarlet Kim

Scarlet Kim is a Staff Attorney for the ACLU's National Security Project.

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There was already strong reason to question CBP’s denials, given the mounting and consistent reports that border officers were, in fact, targeting travelers of Iranian heritage returning to Washington state from Canada. (Photo: CBP/Flickr) Views
Wednesday, February 05, 2020
CBP Lied About Iranian-American Detentions, Leaked Memo Suggests
Last month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection adamantly denied that it was detaining U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents of Iranian descent and interrogating them about their religion and political views. The agency also assured the public that it had not issued any directive related to...
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The public has a right to know how these teams operate, how their officers are trained, and whether the guidelines that govern their activities contain civil liberties and privacy safeguards. (Photo: CBP/flickr) Views
Thursday, December 19, 2019
A Secret CBP Team Is Targeting and Detaining Innocent Travelers. We’re Suing.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is deploying secret teams that target, detain, and interrogate innocent travelers. We’re suing to expose their activities. In November 2018, three CBP officers detained Andreas Gal , a former chief technology officer at Mozilla Corporation and current Apple...
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