Re: A CITIZEN'S rights
"ne big difference between USA and most other countries is that IIUC, US citizens while abroad must continue to comply with most US laws in addition to the laws of the country they are in unless doing so conflicts with the laws of the other country. Most other countries do not require its citizens to comply with laws that do not exist in the country they are visiting. Theoretically a 20 year old US citizen who has an alcoholic drink in a UK pub could be prosecuted upon their return to the US"
You are wrong . The only thing you can be prsocuted for in a forgien land by the US as an American is traveling to have sex with a minor, not paying your taxes to Uncle same and killing another american. Other wise you can get drunk, do drugs and kill kids and not be proscuted when you get back(unless those kids are American