posted on Dec, 7 2007 @ 04:19 PM
I am thinking that Sony, or whatever lot it was, is just trying to protect those who are on the property. It was mentioned that even big name stars
have to show ID. Periodically there are stories in the news about movie star stalkers, and kidnap threats against star families and so on. There are
probably a lot of people working on that lot with serious money... directors, actors, CEOS, etc. I can understand the heightened security.
Also, depending on what kind of check was run, they might not have known what the warrant was for... just that it was a warrant. Since you said that
nobody with outstanding warrants is allowed on the premises... there you go.
I am about to start working in a government building (local gov't), and on Monday I am getting my picture ID. Every day I will have to walk through
metal detectors, and but my bag in an x-ray machine. If asked for my ID, I must show it. Good! I want to be safe at work. And check my name for
warrants! It will be a waste of time, but I don't have anything to hide.