From author Peter Young:
After 9-11, congress directed the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to identify people "who may be a threat to civil aviation or national security."
Those on The List are not allowed to be told why they are on The List, and the requirements for being added to The List are not made public. It is believed there are "tens of thousands" of people on The List.
But only one writing about it.
I served two years in prison for releasing thousands of mink from fur farms. The government deemed it "animal enterprise terrorism." My "weapon of mass destruction" was a small tool purchased at a hardware store for under $30. My crime resulted in a loss of profits to several businesses. No one was injured. And it wasn't even a felony.
Since then, life has been interesting. Especially flying. In 2010, I was placed on the TSA's "terrorist watch list." Not quite the "no fly list," but close.
If you thought 9-11 was bad, it was. But so is having to show up to airports two hours early.
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