Thursday, January 18th, 2018

Indian NASA scientist taken into custody.

Published on February 15, 2017 by   ·   No Comments

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NASA scientist of Indian origin working in the humiliation of the customs authorities. He was taken into custody, was forced to unlock the phone. Sid bikkannavar (35) have been posted on the social media content. Houston George Bush International Airport, where he went to the Customs and Border Protection officers asked for his cell phone password. The incident happened last week, when he returned to the United States, Muslims are also captured as part of banning Facebook post he wrote. Initially he  password, it’s NASA’s phone so they would not tell them what’s what everyone has been told.

There is a huge space telescope technology needed as NASA designs bikkannavar. He was born a citizen of the United States, working as a NASA engineer, said that his portfolio has American passport, they took his phone, copy the data on the phone. . He never go to any of the countries where immigration is ban. After returning now, officers checked his phone, and was installed in the customs of any testing, they said. NASA officials have yet to react to it.

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