The red flag is a legal document that allows the government to temporarily take over a property or other property without the owner’s permission.
It is also used by the military to prevent suspected terrorists from entering a military installation.
The red flag law is the second law in the United States that requires a red flag to be displayed in the home.
It was first used in 2001 to prohibit a man from leaving a church after churchgoers found a Koran.
The law has been used to prevent anyone who doesn’t live on US soil from accessing a federal court.
However, the red flag has been increasingly used by authorities to target people, including suspected terrorists, who are not currently in the country or at home.
The ACLU’s American Civil Liberties Union, which has long opposed red flag laws, said in a statement that “there is no evidence that the red flags were used to target Americans overseas”.
“Red flags are not an invasion of privacy,” ACLU general counsel Lauren Dillon said.
“There is no legal reason for a government to take over the property of a suspected terrorist who is in the process of moving.”
The ACLU has also said that if you can’t afford to pay a security guard, the government has a legal right to seize your property.
“If you cannot afford to rent a house, then you have a right to protect your property,” Dillon said, referring to the home that a person’s property is located in.
“You are the person who is responsible for maintaining the property.
You are not responsible for the government’s use of that property.”
A spokesman for the National Security Agency declined to comment.
However it was revealed that the federal government had issued red flags to more than 1,000 people on a daily basis from 2010 to 2015.
The red flags, issued in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks, were used as part of the Obama administration’s counter-terrorism strategy to try and catch people before they could carry out future attacks.
The government has also used red flags against people in court to obtain a search warrant.