On September 11, 2001: Islama Terrorists under Osama Bin Laden launched attacks on America by hijacking
passenger jet planes, and crashing them into The World Trade Center in New York City, and The Pentagon in Washington DC, causing
the death of thousands. United Flight 93 was also hijacked by terrorists, and aimed at another important landmark, but some
brave passengers thwarted the terrorists' attempt, and the plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Immediately after that
tragic day, a Bill was introduced which would increase U.S. Federal Law Agencies authority and ability to fight terrorism.
It was signed into law by George W. Bush on October 26, 2001. This law became known as the "USA Patriot Act of 2001." Under this law, Federal Law enforcement Agencies have increased authority to invest gate suspected terrorists
through accessing their e-mail and phone communications, medical recurs, financial records, etc. Immigration Authorities are
also given increased authority to detain and even deport immigrants suspected of being terrorists.