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13 Tex. J. on C.L. & C.R. 117 (2007)
Preventing the New Internment: A Security-Sensitive Standard for Equal Protection Claims in the Post-9/11 Era

handle is hein.journals/tfcl13 and id is 119 raw text is: PREVENTING THE NEW INTERNMENT: A
SECURITY-SENSITIVE STANDARD FOR
EQUAL PROTECTION CLAIMS IN THE POST-
9/11 ERA
By: Rashad Hussain*
I.    INTROD  UCTION   ............................................................................ 119
II.   ENFORCEMENT OF ANTITERRORISM INITIATIVES IN THE POST-
9/1 1  E R A   ................................................................................................  12 2
A. Detentions Following the September 11 Attacks ......................... 123
1. Policy  Im plem entation  ............................................................ 123
2. Program Results: Impact on Immigrant Communities and
Security  B enefi ts  ....................................................................... 124
B. The National Security Entry-Exit Registration System
(N SEE R S)  ................................................................................... 126
1. Policy  Im plem entation  ............................................................ 126
2. Program Results: Impact on Immigrant Communities and
Security  B enefits  ....................................................................... 128
C. The Absconder Apprehension Initiative (AAI) ............................ 131
1. Policy  Im plem entation  ............................................................ 131
2. Program Results: Impact on Immigrant Communities and
Security  B enefits  ....................................................................... 132
D. Closure of Special Interest Immigration Proceedings ................ 133
* J.D., Yale Law School, 2007. M.P.A., John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
University, 2007.

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