Illegally Deported Canadian Indian May Not Sue Dept. of Homeland Security for Constitutional Violations

Here are the materials in McDonald v. Dept. of Homeland Security (S.D. Cal.):

DCT Order Dismissing McDonald Complaint

Homeland Security Motion to Dismiss

McDonald Opposition

DHS Reply

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One Response to Illegally Deported Canadian Indian May Not Sue Dept. of Homeland Security for Constitutional Violations

  1. Peter Vicaire says:

    You gotta love this line from page 4 of the DCT Order: “He seeks compensatory and punitive damages for . . . being forced to live in Canada for a year . . . .”

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