August 23, 2016
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When CSIS Comes Knocking pt. 2
Earlier this summer, we heard about CSIS agents making unannounced visits to Muslims. Now, one of those men joins us.
Supriya Dwivedi
Host
Vicky Mochama
Host & Writer
Kevin Sexton
Producer

After studying and teaching English in Egypt, Juned Moid* was visited by CSIS agents, denied entry into the US and had his passport renewal delayed. He doesn’t know why.

We also speak to Ken Stone, an activist and political commentator, who launched a complaint against CSIS after two agents showed up at his door, asking him about an op-ed he wrote in the Hamilton Spectator. He tells her about his three-year process of trying to resolve the complaint through the Security Intelligence Review Committee.

*A pseudonym to avoid career problems

Hear our previous conversation on this topic here.

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