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FAA Declares No-Fly Zone for Hillary's NYC Campaign Event

By    |   Saturday, 13 Jun 2015 08:32 AM

The Federal Aviation Administration has declared airspace above the site of Hillary Clinton's official presidential campaign kickoff in New York City Saturday a no-fly zone — which authorizes the use of "deadly force" against a security threat.

"This is highly unusual," a spokesman for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, told ABC News. Such no-fly zones are not normally declared for presidential candidates, and such a move did not occur for Clinton's activities when she was first lady, ABC reports.

Saturday's event, which was scheduled to run from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.,  will feature a speech by Clinton on at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island, is expected to reintroduce herself as a Democratic presidential candidate Saturday by focusing on the role her family had in shaping her public life.

The park, which is at the southern end of narrow Roosevelt Island in the East River between Manhattan and Queens, created a special page on its website with information to prepare visitors for the Clinton event.


 

 

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The Federal Aviation Administration has declared airspace above the site of Hillary Clinton's official presidential campaign kickoff in New York City Saturday a no-fly zone - which authorizes the use of deadly force against a security threat.
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