Skip to comments.US passports still vulnerable to fraud
Posted on 08/01/2010 1:23:59 AM PDT by thecodont
(07-29) 12:33 PDT WASHINGTON (AP) --
Posing as someone else and using fake birth certificates and driver's licenses to get a U.S. passport can still work. For the second time in two years, government investigators exposed a gaping hole in the country's security by deliberately using fraudulent material to obtain passports.
The investigation by the Government Accountability Office, detailed on Capitol Hill Thursday, demonstrates that despite security overhauls since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the State Department's system for issuing passports remains vulnerable to fraud.
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I would bet that at least 10,000 passports are out there...gained by fraudulent means. There’s not alot of methods that they could dream up...to maximize on validity. If you asked the US government to provide a list of all American citizens alive today....they couldn’t do it. And if they did...I’d suspect it was only 98 percent accurate.
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Obambie’s puppet masters are experts on fake documents, especially birth certificates.
Just how can birth certificates with mother and father’s maiden names, social security no.s, driver’s licenses along with marriage licenses not be secure in the hands of postal workers?
The incompetent boobs in the Federal Government have had nine years to close these flaws and they have failed.
This is happening all over. We need to make a HUGE ruckus about it. They're so brazen. WRT the recent spy story, one couple, both born in Russia, were living in New Jersey using the last name Murphy. One neighbor commented that he thought it was odd that people with Russian accents should be named Murphy.
Alien latinos are infiltrating US govt agencies---they scammed themselves into the CIA and FBI for the purpose of rigging the system to aid and abet Third World corruption on US soil.
REFERENCE In August 2004, the US Department of State stopped accepting passport applications processed by the Hudson County Clerk's office. Birth certificates issued as proof of citizenship were also not being accepted.....due to an ongoing investigation by the State Department and the U.S. Department of Justice into the alleged sale of such documents.
In early August, Richard Boucher, a spokesperson for the State Dept was quoted by AP: "The investigation has developed facts indicating that we cannot rely on the accuracy of information on passport applications that were processed by the county clerk's office."
BACKSTORY As Hudson County Clerk, Javier Inclan (citzenship unknown) was manufacturing identities for illegals---stealing the info from legit Americans.
In 2000, Javier Inclan was: (a) the Hudson County Clerk, (b) bagman for the New Jersey Democratic Party machine, and went straight to the top---(3) appointed as then-NJ governor Corzine's Deputy COS.
COURT TESTIMONY REVEALS Javier Inclan (who was not charged) testified he carried envelopes of cash from Third World human trafficer Luisa Medrano to the Mayor (who was convicted of corruption). Medrano testified at trial that at one time she owned 13 residential and commercial properties----one property was worth $1 million. Medrano also controlled six liquor licenses (it's illegal to have more than two in New Jersey). This mamasita's got more than revenue from tequila shots going into her bank account.
Medrano does not even speak English. She was bringing into the US underage latino girls using forged documents---then worked them as prostitutes. One got pregnant and was thrown down the stairs by Medrano's viscious henchmen to kill the inconvenient baby.
Personally, I'd rather it stayed that way. I understand the security problems we're up against, but I worry about the government's knowing everything about us.
Obama is pleased.
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