DAILYKENN.com -- GPS ankle bracelets on visitors from the seven banned Islamic nations?
Don't count it out.
Such devices are currently being used in Germany and in 2014 the border patrol experimented with the devices on illegal aliens caught in the USA.
According to Paul Bedard writing for washingtonexaminer.com:
President Trump and his Justice Department are being urged to go slow on appealing a court's rejection of their travel ban and follow Germany's example and put GPS ankle bracelets on visitors from the seven targeted nations until a final decision is made.
A prominent legal expert said that the administration should wait to appeal until Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch gets to the court, giving Trump a 5-4 majority and in the meantime put the tracking devices on any refugee or visitor.
"Going to the Supreme Court now could result in a widely predicted 4-4 decision," warned George Washington University Law Professor John Banzhaf.
Wait instead, he urged, and in the meantime look to Germany's model of using trackers on those it suspects of having terror ties — not all refugees.
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