http://www.nytimes.com/2003/06/19/national/19TIP.html Four Muslim men in Indiana were listed in a national crime registry as having been accused of terrorism, even though they were never charged. The listing prevented them from flying, renting apartments and landing jobs. Last week a federal judge ordered that the men's names be erased from federal crime records, the New York Times says. The unusual move comes after several terrorism cases collapsed because they were based on tips that proved wrong. The . . .
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