Report: Justice Dept. didn't track "no fly" terrorists

05/17/2013 | Politico (Washington, D.C.)

The Justice Department's inspector general said in a report that the department did not put some names of terrorists in the witness protection program in the Terrorist Screening Center database. As a result, some of them who were on the "no fly" list may have been able to catch flights. "It was possible for known or suspected terrorists to fly on commercial airplanes in or over the United States and evade one of the government's primary means of identifying and tracking terrorists' movements and actions," the report said.

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