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 Radio Free Moscow 
 How the Patriot Act has affected the town of Moscow, Idaho.
 Leigh Robartes  
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How the Patriot Act has impacted the university towns of Moscow, Idaho and Pullman, Washington, where one Saudi student faces a charge of aiding terrorism.
Producer: Radio Free Moscow
Uploaded by: Leigh Robartes
Monica Schurtman, spokesperson for the family of Sami Omar al-Hussayen, a University of Idaho graduate student now held for a year in the Canyon County Jail on charges of visa fraud, now upgraded to aiding terrorism.

Abdurrahman, representing the University of Idaho Muslim Student Association.

Mary Furnari, Washington State University international student advisor, discussing the Homeland Security special visa registration program for international students.

Liz Brandt, University of Idaho Law professor representing the American Civil Liberties Union.

Recorded by Leigh Robartes and Cass Davis.

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