The federal Sept. 11 Commission’s final report included 10 pages that focused solely on the issue of terrorism and identity fraud. The report states: “Travel documents are as important as weapons. Fraud is no longer just a problem of theft. At many entry points to vulnerable facilities, including gates for boarding aircraft, sources of identification are the last opportunity to ensure that people are who they say they are.” DePaul professor Tom Mockaitis, who researches terrorism, describes this potential breach in security as “one that’s exploitable.” He said it was another reason why terrorists believed that TSA was not as stringent as it used to be.
Have I mentioned before that who you are is totally irrelevant because regardless of who you are if you've been deprived of the means to interfere with the flight you can't interfere with the flight ...?