No Fly List
2) Sky Marshalls & the "No Fly List"
A year or so after Sky Marshall's were placed back on airplanes because of 9/11, there was an article in the NorthCounty Times Newspaper and on local TV News Channels about Sky Marshall's being required to turn in names of people on the flights to their Homeland District Supervisors of people they "Thought" could be a future "Flight Risk."
> These names were then placed on the "No Fly List." It was pointed out that District Supervisors made it an"Unofficial Requirement" that all Sky Marshall's under them were to turn in at least one persons name per flight or loose promotions & pay increases, (I think Los Vegas District Office was the only one to "mistakenly" put it in writing to their Sky Marshall's, and had to retract it after it became known to the newspapers that this practice existed).
According to CBS News, "14 of the 19 dead 9/11 hijackers" are currently on the no-fly list.
This could obviously be due to bureaucratic bungling and mistakes. On the other hand, it has been widely reported that many of the 9/11 hijackers are actually still alive.
If they are still alive, then it would make sense that they would be on the no-fly list today, wouldn't it? As just one possible reason: if surviving 9/11 "hijackers" flew into the U.S. and talked to the U.S. press, that might shake hundreds of millions of Americans out of their blind acceptance of the official story of 9/11.
Interestingly, the CBS article also states:
"But the names of some of the most dangerous living terrorists or suspects are kept off the list.
The 11 British suspects recently charged with plotting to blow up airliners with liquid explosives were not on it, despite the fact they were under surveillance for more than a year."