Umm if this is correct (and im assuming that it isnt) IT would most definetly qualify as unreasonable search and seizure.
However, there is a precedent. In WWII the US military put every person of Japanese decent into internment camps. And the government has restricted rights in the past. In WWI you could be imprisoned if you voiced any outrage at the war. And the same idea was enacted during the civil war.
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