Did Northwest Atempted Bomber Mutallab Get On Plane Without Passport?

December 28, 2009


6 Responses to “Did Northwest Atempted Bomber Mutallab Get On Plane Without Passport?”

  1. Marvin on December 28th, 2009 3:34 pm

    The “security” company that screens passengers at Amsterdam is the SAME one that let ALL the 9/11 hi-jackers through

  2. terence mcmeekin on December 28th, 2009 5:07 pm

    i as one,find it crazey that this guy could board a plane,with no passport.and allso take onboard bombs.with all the so called security at airports.how did this happen,was the security blackmailed.

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  5. donna on January 1st, 2010 12:57 am

    And I am tortured by customs – white 50 year old female, 2 children, 1 disabled – what a bunch of scumbags with huge egos these agents are…fire the whole lot of them and hire cops and the like who are real and capable of actually profiling -

  6. Hgus on January 5th, 2010 6:31 pm

    I don’t buy ,it at all.

    I am a frequent international passenger. To board an aircraft you must show your passport at check in, at security (or customs for international flights) and before boarding the plane.

    Are you really saying that this “Well dressed Indian man” could convince at minimum 3 (4 if you include the gate agents’ manager) that he could fly to the US without a passport?

    No way this story is true.

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