Federal Judge Issues Travel Ban On Dinesh D’Souza

(WND) A federal judge in New York City has put filmmaker and bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza under a travel restriction during the eight months in which he has been sentenced to a community confinement center in San Diego, where he must spend each night.

U.S. District Judge Richard Berman, in a hearing in New York City Oct. 15, ordered that D’Souza must not leave San Diego County while the eight months at the community center, which was part of his sentence for campaign-finance violations. He also must obtain the approval of his federal probation officer to conduct any media interviews.

The hearing was held after D’Souza’s probation officer gave him permission to travel to New York City for an interview with the Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly. The probation officer then asked Berman to clarify D’Souza’s restrictions under the sentence, which led to the hearing. The ruling forced D’Souza to cancel a speech scheduled for Wednesday at the University of California at Santa Barbara.

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