The Department of Homeland Security gave tours of at least three major airports to Somali immigrants, who walked through facilities — including secure areas not open to the press or the public, according to documents uncovered by a conservative watchdog.

Judicial Watch on Thursday released 31 pages of emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request related to the so-called “community engagement tour” at  Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in February. The tours also took place at airports in Los Angeles and Columbus, Ohio.

The information provided to the Somali immigrant groups was so sensitive that the government blacked out portions of the documents it handed over to Judicial Watch, citing a law enforcement “risk circumvention” exception to FOIA.

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