@93DF2V9from Texas answered…4mos
Yes, but only if they are members of terrorist groups or if they are planning on committing terrorism.
@92TLYSBfrom Nebraska answered…5mos
No, This is a violation of free speech
@9256FZCfrom Pennsylvania answered…6mos
No, only if it is absolutely necessary.
@9253NL3from Pennsylvania answered…6mos
If the case calls for it and they think that sending them would benefit the person, then I guess so.
Only in cases when there is unmistakable evidence of danger
@8ZV4QNLfrom Georgia answered…6mos
no, unless the evidence is undeniable.
@8ZTVK9Hfrom Georgia answered…6mos
No, unless there is undeniable evidence or a past history of radicalism related crimes.
@8XJTQNWfrom Oklahoma answered…10mos
Only if they are a posing threat to the safety and wellbeing of France
@8SFK38Pfrom Louisiana answered…1yr
Only if undeniable evidence
@8QSKWFHfrom Missouri answered…2yrs
No, they may have help (gov fund) finding one of these centers only if they ask for help. People may suggest it three times but then leave it alone.
@8QLWBKZfrom Pennsylvania answered…2yrs
These cases should be taken case by case
@8NWWFB8from Maine answered…2yrs
No, and abolish deradicalization centers. It's a waste of time.
@8PL2T8Hfrom Rhode Island answered…2yrs
Yes, unless they are from a french region trying to gain autonomy
@8KKR92Mfrom Maine answered…2yrs
If they pose a threat, deport them.
@8F8SCH8from Arizona answered…2yrs
No, and they should be deported or executed, depending on the crime.
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