Skip to comments.27 With Terrorist Links Held F.A.A. Licenses, Report Says
Posted on 08/03/2011 12:01:18 PM PDT by opentalk
The Transportation Security Administration cannot determine the real identities of thousands of the people to whom the Federal Aviation Administration has issued licenses as pilots and aircraft mechanics, but has located an additional 27 who should not have held them because of terrorist connections, according to an internal report by the Department of Homeland Security.
...The report was requested two years ago by four senators after a private data analysis company in New York determined that the man convicted of bombing Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988 still held an F.A.A. license, as did a man caught trying to smuggle military equipment to Hezbollah in Lebanon
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...and invaders of the soverign United States can live here with the full support and protection of the Federal government too....fully unidentified and falsely identified.
“connections” and “links” to people “suspected” of terrorism.
How many degrees of separation does it take?
If I know a neighbor who knows a TEA Party activist, am I then “linked” to a terrorist?
Note that they don’t say “associated with”, since here in America we have a guarantee of freedom of association.
Our president is linked and connected to known terrorists who have actually committed bombings and robberies to support criminal activities, can he get an FAA license?
...And if our states try to do anything about it, they get sued courtesy of Eric Holder.
Sure, Tea Party people have licenses.
can he get an FAA license?...Sure. Just get a different Birth Certificate.
“Aircraft mechanics aren’t licensed.”
Wrong. Aviation mechanics ARE licensed.
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