U.S. SAFE FROM TERRORISTS
U.S. SAFE FROM TERRORISTS
Hells Angel from Germany "Not Allowed to Fly Over the United States"
January 28, 2008
We should all feel safe and secure from terrorists now that one of the Hells Angels from Germany was not allowed to fly over the United States while on route from Berlin to Tahiti for a vacation (holiday) with his girlfriend.
The couple flew via Air France from Berlin to Paris and then was scheduled for a two hour layover in Los Angeles before heading onto Tahiti for what would have been a wonderful holiday.
Instead Frank Weber was pulled aside, away from his girlfriend and arrested by Homeland Security.
Mr. Weber was taken into the security room at Los Angeles International Airport by Homeland Security and told he was not allowed to enter the United States because he was a Hells Angel.
And that was the only reason "because you are a Hells Angel." A Hells Angel with no prior criminal convictions or criminal record. Mr. Weber was questioned about the Hells Angel Motorcycle Club. A term no longer used by Homeland Security. To Homeland Security they are known as Hells Angels Street Gang, Hells Angels Criminal Organization or Hells Angels Outlaw Motorcycle Club. The name used to describe the group changes on a daily basis depending on which Government agency is reporting and which agenda is being enforced.
Could it be that Homeland Security is unaware of the fact that it is not illegal to be a Hells Angel in the United States or are they still continuing to make their own rules that we are unaware of?
Homeland Security even went a step further to tell Mr. Weber not only was he banned from entering the United States but he was not allowed to travel in U.S. airspace. It was irrelevant that Mr. Weber had already travelled across the United States and landed in the west coast city of Los Angeles just miles away from the Pacific Ocean.
"This is not allowed" Homeland Security stated.
Concerned about his girlfriend and himself he contacted family and friends back home to tell of the news.
Assuming it was a customs issue, due to travelling abroad, the customs department at LAX was contacted and were helpful in trying to find Mr. Weber but without all of the vital information necessary his whereabouts could not be determined.
The next thing Mr. Weber understood was that he was back on an Air France flight not to Tahiti but back to Paris and he was alone. His girlfriend was ordered to continue her flight to Tahiti by herself.
Who knew Homeland Security was at work protecting its citizens.
If this is the type of people they are arresting what type of people are they letting get by?
I'm posting a copy of the death head for the purpose of this article only and with respect.