Student Visas for Atta and Another 9/11 Hijacker Delivered to Florida Flight School
The Washington Post and a number of other media outlets are reporting that Huffman Aviation International has received student visa paperwork for Mohammed Atta and Marwan Alshehhi. Atta and Alshehhi are two of the hijackers of planes that were crashed into The World Trade Center on September 11. Huffman Aviation received the paperwork by mail from The Immigration and Nationalization Service on March 11, the six month anniversary of the terrorist attack. According to the article:
The two suicide hijackers had applied for the visas through their flight school, Huffman Aviation International, in August 2000. But because of backlogs and an antiquated processing system at the Immigration and Naturalization Service, notification of the approval did not arrive at the Venice, Fla., flight school until Monday.
We urge everyone interested in the internal security of the United States and the integrity of its borders to read this article and consider the implications. This is the most obvious indication yet that our government has no effective means of controlling foreigners' access to the United States.