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Less than a week after taking to Twitter to rage over an immigration snafu at Lax involving an Oscar nominee from Palestine, Michael Moore has returned to defend his dramatic account of the customs battle. This time, his ire is concentrated on a Buzzfeed report that threw his story into question. On Feb. 20, Moore used a long series of tweets to explain the temporary detention of 5 Broken Cameras co-director Emad Burnat, whom Moore said was taken aside by Tsa for questioning upon his flight's arrival in Los Angeles.  Immigration officials asked Burnat for his ticket to

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