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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 9/27/2001 4:34:01 AM EDT
Authorities are investigating individuals who allegedly obtained or attempted licenses for transporting hazardous materials. Already 10 men have been taken into custody. See the story at: [url]http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-092701probe.story[/url] From the article: "In other developments in the wide-ranging investigation, authorities on Wednesday arrested 10 people out of about 20 who have been charged in recent days with using fraudulent documents to obtain licenses to haul hazardous material. [u]Authorities allege that most of those charged got their credentials from a Pennsylvania examiner who allegedly sold the licenses without making drivers take a test[/u]. "Authorities have hinted that some of the bogus license-holders might have links to the hijackers, but no specific evidence of an actual terrorist plot has emerged. "Meanwhile, the number of people taken into custody for immigration violations in the terrorism investigation grew from 98 to 112. At least 250 others are being detained on other allegations. But no one in the United States has been charged with involvement in the attacks." Man, how would you like to be in the shoes of that Pennsylvania license examiner??!!! Eric The(ThatBoy'sGonnaBeMakingLicensePlatesSoon!)­Hun[>]:)]
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