Edward Snowden Violations

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The Bill of Rights was added to the constitution to, protect the rights and property of the citizens of the United States of America, and limit the Government’s power over the citizens. However, in the Japanese Internment in America during World War 2 not only the Fifth Amendment was violated, but other amendments in the Bill of Rights was also violated. In addition, Amendment I, IV, VI, VII, and VII were violated during the Japanese internment. I personally feel that violation of the Amendments can still happen today to a citizen or a group of Americans. After doing a research paper on Edward Snowden last year for another I have had my doubts about the rights and property of the citizens of the American people. Edward Snowden is the American
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