Brother of Texas hostage-taker: Why did US admit a known criminal?

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Malik Faisal Akram entered the U.S. on a flight into New York either in late December or early January. He traveled on a tourist visa, according to an official who spoke to the Associated Press. Under the Visa Waiver Program, tourists may travel to the US for less than 90 days. It is possible that Akram, whose brother claimed he had a criminal record, lied.
4 months ago·Colleyville, United States

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