U.S. Sen. Rand Paul speaks during a news conference at his Bowling Green office in June 2011 about the terror arrests of two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green. Paul called for Senate hearings to get answers on how two Iraqi refugees arrested on terrorism-related charges in his hometown were granted asylum to live in the United States.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul speaks during a news conference at his Bowling Green office in June 2011 about the terror arrests of two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green. Paul called for Senate hearings to get answers on how two Iraqi refugees arrested on terrorism-related charges in his hometown were granted asylum to live in the United States. AP Photo/Daily News
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul speaks during a news conference at his Bowling Green office in June 2011 about the terror arrests of two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green. Paul called for Senate hearings to get answers on how two Iraqi refugees arrested on terrorism-related charges in his hometown were granted asylum to live in the United States. AP Photo/Daily News

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