posted on Aug, 24 2005 @ 12:18 PM
You are correct to an extent.
The problem now lies in that this information is still in the databases. The same databases that are used to figure out your credit score, the same
databases that are used by companies that perform background checks etc.
Someone somewhere knew enough about Habbas to know that he was of Palestinian descent and thus the "renaming" would have had to have been
As mentioned, this is just another example that shows just how reliable the information in these databases is. If you remember a few months ago when
CheckPoint's db got hit, one of the fall out events were that some people received (anonymously) their reports. In one case that stood out in my
memory, a woman received her information that showed that she had outstanding tickets and warrants in Cal. owned some buisnesses in TX, and that she
had been divorced. The proble was is the woman that all this information was supposed to have been about lived her entire life in New England and her
entire life was only 14 years.