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Brits with HIV ‘still being refused entry to US’

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  1. Brian Burton 20 Apr 2009, 6:32pm

    Discrimination on grounds of any kind of illnes is very, very wrong. I have said before that American Justice is primative and their sence of Justice in this case is pathetic.

  2. I was treated like a criminal when I was planning to be in their country for 12 hours while I waited for a connecting flight. They locked me up, scolded me like a delinquent and deported me with a permanent ban on traveling to the U.S. As a Canadian who was just flight through to get to Ecuador, my vancation was ruined by Department of Home Security who left me $2000 in the hole – a lot when you are living on a disability oension. You can read the whole story at my URL.

  3. Mihangel apYrs 21 Apr 2009, 6:57pm

    People from the US expect to be able to visit any western country without any hindrance, yet to they treat people from their allies as scum. We vave to jump through hoops if for whatever reason we want to enter their country of bigotry

  4. “Everyone entering the US is still required to state that they have no transmissible condititions” Surely bigotry and religion are transmissable conditions?

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