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Stolen plane found in GA... 9/11 hijacker link

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posted on Oct, 14 2005 @ 05:02 AM
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vyzygoth, in Florida, is finding out the same things, Cohorun. He's been visiting with some people in the airline and ATC community. Even if there is no connection to the Georgia Tech incident, I think this story is important for the reasons you have pointed out. We now learn that you can take a 10-seater jet and fly it within 30 miles of one of the country's busiest airports - twice!!! - undetected, and walk away from the airport without anybody knowing who you are.

That's crazy scary stuff.




posted on Oct, 14 2005 @ 05:15 AM
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The private side has ALWAYS been the weak link in any airport. They require you to have an AOA badge here, and use an access door to get out to the planes, but the best they can do for security is to have a vehicle patrol drive past the area every hour or so. And the only one that needs the badge is the plane owner/pilot. It's just too much to handle. People trying to get an AOA badge after 9/11 actually get fingerprinted with an FBI background check, but if you got it before 9/11 there was hardly any checking done.

[edit on 10/14/2005 by Zaphod58]



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