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  • "It is wholly foreseeable that the PKK could use the 'specific skill[s]' that plaintiffs propose to impart, as part of a broader strategy to promote terrorism," Chief Justice Roberts wrote. "The PKK could, for example, pursue peaceful negotiation as a means of buying time to recover from short-term setbacks, lulling opponents into complacency, and ultimately preparing for renewed attacks."

    'Material support' ban in terrorism law upheld →

  • "Such support frees up other resources within the organization that may be put to violent ends," Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote for the majority. "It also importantly helps lend legitimacy to foreign terrorist groups -- legitimacy that makes it easier for those groups to persist, to recruit members and to raise funds -- all of which facilitate more terrorist attacks."

    'Material support' ban in terrorism law upheld →

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