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NY TIMES AND WASHINGTON POST COVER HORSLEY ENTRY DENIAL

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Two of America's leading papers are covering the entry denial of British author Sebastian Horsley. The Post has an editorial taking CBP to task for what they call using "torpid judgment" in denying entry to someone who poses no danger to the American public.



The Times article is more of a profile piece and gets Horsley's reaction to his immigration problems.

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  1. hmm's Avatar
    Everything about Horsey is taylor-made but the US does not have a taylor-made immigration system. The real question is whether Horsley was discriminated against when he was denied entry? I suspect the answer is no. Any other man with comparable drug-related experiences would be treated similarly I think. The argument that he poses no danger to the society is irrelevant and plain silly. Most people who are denied a US visa do not pose any danger? Is he really better than an elderly grandma who cannot get a visa to see her grandchildren? Denying visas to grandmas is quite common and the only difference is that they are not newsworthy, unlike Mr Horsley. Oh, the other difference is that they needed a visa in the first place by virtue of being born in the "wrong" country. Okay, forget those poor grandmas, is any UK citizen with drag convictions treated similarly when entering US? If yes, why this case is special?
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