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@B467SLRAmerican Solidarity from North Carolina answered…1 day

constitutional rights were intended to be applied to all being prosecuted by the US government because the US government is limited by the US Constitution. If our government says their actions are intended to protect its people and infrastructure than they must always stand by the design of the Constitution to guide them. It is what differentiates us from any other country in the world- the US Constitution, so they should not pick and chose who gets the benefit of Constitutional rights.

@OfficialSeeversLibertarianfrom Pennsylvania  answered…3 days

@B43RHMGPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…4 days

Yes, but I feel like there should be an extent due to the fact that they are not citizens yet.

@B433KQSPeace and Freedom from New Mexico answered…5 days

No, terrorists are extreme dangers to society. Individuals who endanger society should not have constitutional rights.

@B427VRGLibertarian from Florida answered…6 days

Yes; constitutional rights are prohibitions on what the government may do without exception, so everyone is already protected by them.

@9LBBW4ZVeteran from Kentucky answered…2yrs

U.S. citizens should get constitutional rights. But treason should negate citizenship

@9LB6JBGDemocrat from Michigan answered…2yrs

why tf is this a question, nobody is trying to give terrorists rights.

@9LB252MTranshumanist from Utah answered…2yrs

No, as they are not U.S. Citizens, but still respect their basic human rights.

@9L9Z5Y3Constitution from Nebraska answered…2yrs

@9L9V64WConstitution from Michigan answered…2yrs

No they are not American citizens however we need to make sure we allow them their human rights.

@9L9SF4KDemocrat from Alabama answered…2yrs

No, they should be tried in military tribunals but not subject to torture. However, they should receive a trial within 18 months. If the timeline is not met then the suspect should be given liberal bail.

@9L9LQ6DConstitution from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes, but not the same full rights of a U.S citizen. Only enough rights that protect their human decency.

@9L9BYWHConstitution from Texas answered…2yrs

If they are a legal US citizen then they get all the same rights as every other US citizen. They are innocent until proven guilty.

@9L939S9Transhumanist from Texas answered…2yrs

No, they should be tried in military tribunals but use torture as a last resort

@9L8L8LHWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

yes, but make sure that they won't do anything to our country.

@9L8532LTranshumanist from Indiana answered…2yrs

depends what rights but in general things that would allow them to be dangerous is a no and things that would restrict their ability to live life yes but stay on the safe side if they conflict

@9L7GQB8Republican from Ohio answered…2yrs

@9L6ZTZ5Republican from Alabama answered…2yrs

Yes and no because they are still human so they should be given humanitarian rights rather than American Constitutional rights

@9L6P4V6Republican from Louisiana answered…2yrs

@9L6C97YRepublican from Florida answered…2yrs

@9L65V5LWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

@9L5RHR3Democrat from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes but to a certain extent and not give them the option to vote.

@9L5JWSXPeace and Freedom from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

Terrorism is one of the most dangerous important things. I believe everyone should have constitutional rights but with terrorist who kill innocent people should be interrogated for further information to prevent future attacks.

@9L59MHYDemocrat from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes, unless they are proven to be a terrorist they are innocent until proven guilty

@9L562FTWomen’s Equality from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@9L4TQWJTranshumanistfrom Virgin Islands  answered…2yrs

Yes, because this question is related to international human rights not constitutional rights.

@9L4M9K6Libertarian from Utah answered…2yrs

No, they are not U.S. citizens and do not have constitutional rights But should be given basic human rights

@9L3S78VWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

Human rights are human rights. Fair treatment should be given to all.

@9L3MXSHSocialist from Colorado answered…2yrs

YES, absolutely, because if they've done wrong, in a fair and proper court, they will be punished accordingly, however, I must admit I don't have enough info on the subject.

@9L3JDCKTranshumanist from Ohio answered…2yrs

Terrorist suspects should be given a fair trial without loss of human rights but should not be awarded all American rights

@9L2XLDJWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…2yrs

Given rights per the UN, tried at the international criminal court, The Hague

@9L26DDTVeteran from Colorado answered…2yrs

they should be investigated further until they can prove that they are absolutely not terrorists who may be a threat.

@9L22TF9Democrat from California answered…2yrs

Only if they go through background checks and apply to be a citizen.

@9KZQ54LDemocrat from Missouri answered…2yrs

@9KZLG7VLibertarian from Florida answered…2yrs

This is also difficult because it is meant to be 'suspected'

@9KZ458ZAmerican Solidarity from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9KYY47YPeace and Freedom from Washington answered…2yrs

I would need to do more research on this specific topic, but unless the suspect has actually committed a terrorist act or has concrete plans to harm our country, they should be innocent until proven guilty.

@9KYNG8MTranshumanist from Virginia answered…2yrs

they should have rights but not be able to go out into public

@9KYM2RKTranshumanist from North Carolina answered…2yrs

If they are found guilty yes give them no rights but if they are not guilty the have as much of rights as a normal humna being should have

@9KYB9LQWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

I think it depends on the rights we are talking about. Yes, they should have Gods given rights but no, they should not get rights to weapons

@9KY6KCHConstitution from California answered…2yrs

They should be tried and sentenced by the United States if the crime takes place in the United States, then also tried in their own country with their countries legal justice system sentence on top of the U.S. sentence in their own country serving the time given for the crime.

@9KY4HBDDemocrat from California answered…2yrs


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