Several passengers who were aboard a domestic flight from San Francisco to New York in February 2017 where U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) made all passengers present identification before exiting the plane have filed a lawsuit challenging the government’s action as an illegal search and seizure. According to the plaintiffs, “Two uniformed CBP officers positioned themselves at the doorway of the airplane, forcing passengers to queue inside and delaying their exit as the CBP officers stopped each passenger, took their identification documents, examined them, and only then permitted them to pass.” Again – Trump trying to take constitutional rights away.

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Lawsuit Filed by Passengers Made to Present ID to CBP to Exit Plane