Muhammad Ali Jr. Detained By TSA For A Second Time

Muhammad Ali Jr. Detained By TSA For A Second Time

Muhammad Ali Jr. Detained By TSA For A Second Time

On Feb. 7, Ali Jr. was returning from a Black History Month event in Jamaica with his mother, Khalilah Camacho Ali, when they were both pulled aside and separated from each other while going through the immigration checkpoint on at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Mancini said at the time.

The incident occurred the day after Ali spoke out in Washington against Donald Trump's travel ban at a congressional forum on immigration organized by House Democrats.

According to his attorney, Chris Mancini, Ali Jr. had to present documents, including a license and passport, to prove his citizenship.

Mancini accused the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of trying to cover up the incident by downplaying it.

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Both Ali and his mother believe that they are being targeted by TSA officials due to their Muslim religion and Arabic names.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who was on the same flight as Ali, certainly noticed.

Mancini, who accompanied Ali Jr. and Camacho-Ali on the trip, said that after he and Camacho-Ali received their boarding passes without issue from JetBlue, Ali Jr. stepped to the counter and presented his IL state ID.

"I got harassed again", Ali said in a telephone interview.

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Ms Farbstein said the TSA does not have the authority to detain passengers. He received a targeted pat down in the area of his jewelry and was let go. The lawyer says the agent wouldn't accept Ali's Illinois ID, and then put the boxer's son on the phone with Homeland Security. Schultz tweeted a photo with Ali saying that "religiously profiling son of "The Greatest" will not make us safe".

Ali was detained for the second time in a little over a month, his lawyer said Friday.

Lapan said he could not comment on why TSA felt the need to call and confirm Ali Jr.'s identity.

A spokesman for US Customs and Border Protection has said Mr Ali was held for questioning, but not because of his name or religion. He responded: "Why would you even ask me what my religion is?" Given that Ali was born in the US and holds and USA passport, the lengthiness of his questioning becomes more suspect.

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Earlier this week, mother and son announced a campaign for religious freedom in the spirit of the boxing icon.

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