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Citizens of the United States are protected under The Treaty on International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, ratified by the Senate of the United States on September 8, 1992, in Senate Resolution 102-23.
Further, statments made in the Senate Resolution re-establish protections of the Bill of Rights to Citizens of the United States.
A copy of the 1967 UN Covenant may be obtained from the UN Library, and a copy of the Treaty may be found at The State Department.
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