Paul Joseph Watson
Is the Department of Homeland Security Google searching the names of travelers before they enter the United States? That’s the question being asked after a Canadian woman was turned away by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent as a result of being hospitalized for a mental illness last year.
50-year-old Ellen Richardson was due to fly to New York City where she would leave for a ten day cruise, but despite having entered the United States on several occasions since 2001, she was told by a DHS official at Toronto’s Pearson Airport that she would be refused entry, “because I had a hospitalization in the summer of 2012 for clinical depression.”
Richardson was then handed a signed document which explained that “system checks” had found she “had a medical episode in June 2012” and that because of this “mental illness episode” she would be required to undergo medical evaluation by DHS-approved doctors before being accepted.
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