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New Terrorist Threat?

BLUE BAYOU

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Fla. Boy Flies Unnoticed To California

13-Year-Old Buys Ticket With Dad's Credit Card


POSTED: Thursday, April 30, 2009

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- The parents of a 13-year-old South Florida boy are stunned he went unnoticed when he got on a plane to California.
Kenton Weaver took his father's car Tuesday morning, drove about 30 miles to the airport in Fort Lauderdale, parked the car caught a flight to San Jose near where his mother lives.
The boy was found at a ticket counter at the California airport and taken to an uncle's house. No word yet on whether the boy will return to Florida.
His parents said the teen has a form of autism and was fascinated with planes.
He used one of his father's credit cards to buy the ticket, but had no ID on him. Airport and transportation officials say anyone under 18 years of age only needs a boarding pass to get on a plane.

Here's to a new threat-- 13 year olds recruited to die for the jihad (and all they need is dad's credit card, no ID required!!!) Maybe the Department of Homeland Security should get on this!
 

Joblu

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Fla. Boy Flies Unnoticed To California

13-Year-Old Buys Ticket With Dad's Credit Card


POSTED: Thursday, April 30, 2009

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- The parents of a 13-year-old South Florida boy are stunned he went unnoticed when he got on a plane to California.
Kenton Weaver took his father's car Tuesday morning, drove about 30 miles to the airport in Fort Lauderdale, parked the car caught a flight to San Jose near where his mother lives.
The boy was found at a ticket counter at the California airport and taken to an uncle's house. No word yet on whether the boy will return to Florida.
His parents said the teen has a form of autism and was fascinated with planes.
He used one of his father's credit cards to buy the ticket, but had no ID on him. Airport and transportation officials say anyone under 18 years of age only needs a boarding pass to get on a plane.

Here's to a new threat-- 13 year olds recruited to die for the jihad (and all they need is dad's credit card, no ID required!!!) Maybe the Department of Homeland Security should get on this!


Did we take him there?
 

Penguin46

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Fla. Boy Flies Unnoticed To California

13-Year-Old Buys Ticket With Dad's Credit Card


POSTED: Thursday, April 30, 2009

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- The parents of a 13-year-old South Florida boy are stunned he went unnoticed when he got on a plane to California.
Kenton Weaver took his father's car Tuesday morning, drove about 30 miles to the airport in Fort Lauderdale, parked the car caught a flight to San Jose near where his mother lives.
The boy was found at a ticket counter at the California airport and taken to an uncle's house. No word yet on whether the boy will return to Florida.
His parents said the teen has a form of autism and was fascinated with planes.
He used one of his father's credit cards to buy the ticket, but had no ID on him. Airport and transportation officials say anyone under 18 years of age only needs a boarding pass to get on a plane.

Here's to a new threat-- 13 year olds recruited to die for the jihad (and all they need is dad's credit card, no ID required!!!) Maybe the Department of Homeland Security should get on this!
Good post,

Here's a link to report security issues. https://contact.tsa.dhs.gov/DynaForm.aspx?FormID=80
 
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