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Initially, Mohamed Atta's identity was confused with that of a native Jordanian, Mahmoud Mahmoud Atta, who bombed a bus in 1986 on the Israel-occupied West Bank, killing one and severely injuring three. Mahmoud Mahmoud Atta, a naturalized U.S. citizen, was subsequently deported from Venezuela to the United States, extradited to Israel, tried and sentenced to life in prison. The Israeli supreme court later overturned his extradition and set him free; his whereabouts are unknown. He is 14 years older than Mohamed Atta. After the September 11 attacks, a general furor arose over the supposed failure of immigration authorities and the U.S. intelligence community to stop a known terrorist from entering the country under his true name. Eventually, The Boston Globe reported details from records at the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals detailing the detention and subsequent extradition of Mahmoud Mahmoud Atta from the U.S.
Originally posted by deltaboy
If I remember correctly, Florida's drivers license is valid for 6 years. So why does it say 2 years? Somethings fishy, let me check it out.
Once you obtain a Florida driver license, it will be valid for four years, renewable before your birthday in the fourth year. If you've been really good, however, you may be eligible for a six-year "Safe Driver" license. Give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back, because that means you've stayed conviction-free for three years, and avoided suspension and revocation for seven years.
Originally posted by 2PacSade
Good find DB!
Originally posted by esdad71
Is there any record of him in the FL DMV database. Hope this helps...
So the ringleader of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks walked out of the Lauderdale Lakes office May 2 with his new driver's license in hand.