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Old 02.07.2018, 17:33
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Re: All about Muslims (in the wake of terrorist attacks in Europe)

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And your proof is? Go back to post #2391 and read it again.

1. They reportedly arrived at the desk without ID or travel documentation.

2. A spokeswoman for Ethiopian Airlines this morning insisted that all passengers on the flight had full legal documents when they boarded in Addis Ababa but said that the airline does not comment on individual cases.

All of the passenger details of everyone on that flight, would be on the flight manifest, so the information would have been freely available to the immigration managers at Dublin. as the flight was en route to the US, I cannot emphasise enough, how many government agencies would have trawled through the passenger list. If, as is claimed, these passengers claimed to not have their documents, it would take all of a couple of minutes to identify them, and they would most definitely have been identified when the remaining passngers reboarded for the onward flight.

What is so difficult to understand about this?

Btw, don't forget to set your Google search to 2015 if you attempt to find the answer.
What legal value has the flight manifest? I guess it shows the identity someone boarded with but beyond that what's its value?

Which country would accept it as proof of ID for any passenger, let alone one who's probably a foreigner, who wants to enter the country?
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