Ex-Mossad Officers Intimidating Air Passengers

Israeli Gestapo-like security personnel intimidate travelers from Europe coming to the United States. According to European journalists, Israeli citizens and European nationals who are employees of the airport passenger screening firm ICTS – International Consultants for Targeted Security – an Israeli firm based in the Netherlands, routinely intimidates journalists who are visiting the United States, demanding to know what stories they are working and with whom they will be talking. ICTS currently has contracts with Delta Airlines at Paris Charles deGaulle, Gatwick in London, Continental out of Milan and Barcelona, and 100 other airlines operating out of 50 European airports in 12 countries and the firm employs some 5000 personnel. Many of the firm’s officers are ex-Mossad and Shin Bet officers.

In one incident, an Israeli ICTS screener at deGaulle accused a boarding journalist of being like all other journalists in “causing disruption” by spreading untrue stories and being “arrogant.” The passenger was repeatedly warned by the screener and the manager that an “instant deportation” from the U.S. Homeland Security Department would be in store for failing to answer questions about the nature of the story being investigated. When passengers shows “arrogance,” ICTS screeners place red ICTS tags on their luggage and ticket envelope.

U.S. airlines and “Kapo” Chertoff’s Homeland Security Department should be forced to explain why American and foreign journalists are being subjected to such blatant Mossad intelligence collection operations and who authorized these operations.

These tactics are baring wide open the cowardly global agenda of the neo-cons. This editor would like an explanation why Israelis are representing (or misrepresenting) the policies of the United States government abroad and who gave them the right to determine who can and cannot visit the United States.
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Wayne Madsen

Washington insider with many contacts within the capitol’s Beltway, the US Intelligence community and beyond