OMG!! Section 44 and my layover in London

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  1. BiItalianBro

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    Ok...just dud a 6 day LHR trip...please...to our UK friends..what the HELL are you all doing?!?!?!?!

    I am (as most of you know) of southern Italian/Latino/German heritage...so i am olive skinned...i have been getting darker as spring rolls on I was confronted, several times, by MPD, over stuff like taking pictures!! I also got held up (in the CREW line) at Immigration over my US, Schengen and Argentine passports.....WTF???!!!>>>
     
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    I may be wrong, but section 44 was declared unlawful in europe. I saw it on a love police video.
     
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    Liberty - Protecting Civil Liberties Promoting Human Rights : 12/01/10 Liberty wins landmark stop and search case in Court of Human Rights


    But in the uk:

    "Despite the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights, Section 44 will remain in place until it is amended by Parliament."


    Liberty - Protecting Civil Liberties Promoting Human Rights : Section 44 Terrorism Act 2000
     
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