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Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project

130 S. Ct. 2705 (2010) (PDF)

18 USSCS sec. 2339B did not require proof of intent to further an illegal terrorists organizations activities. The statute was not impermissibly vague as applied to plaintiff's proposed activities which included training and expert advice or assistance. The statute did not prohibit independent advocacy but providing even benign support to a foreign terrorist organization bolstered terrorist activities

Related tag(s): 2009 Term, legal advice, training,


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