US Federal Air Marshals since 2010 have been secretly surveilling passengers and reporting on suspicious inflight behavior, even though those being monitored do not appear on any terrorism watch-list and are not suspected of committing a crime. “Quiet Skies,” the previously undisclosed surveillance program, was first reported on by The Boston Globe July 30. As part of the program, small teams of Federal Air Marshals follow targeted passengers in airports and inflight, observing ...

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