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One percent

Used to be a terrorist? Need a new job? Ever thought about working at an airport?

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I’ll just leave this here

idiots. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5376883/Security-breach-terror-suspect-gets-job-Heathrow.html

A terror suspect and sex offender with 17 aliases has reportedly been working at Britain's busiest airport in an alarming security breach.

Career criminal Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamud is said to be on an official terror watchlist but reportedly had access to Heathrow's runway.

Mohamud, 31, has a criminal record stretching back 11 years including robbery, assault, money laundering and threats to kill.

But airport bosses allegedly failed to carry out a full background check and he was handed a security pass and started work as a kitchen porter in a first-class lounge, according to the Sunday People. 

A security source told the paper: 'How can somebody with a criminal past like this slip through the net?

'Even if he hadn't been a terror suspect his convictions should have meant he wasn't allowed anywhere near a plane – let alone our busiest airport.'

Mohamud is said to be known to the security services and has been interviewed five times in the past two years by anti-terror officers, it is claimed.



 

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46 minutes ago, One percent said:

I’ll just leave this here

idiots. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5376883/Security-breach-terror-suspect-gets-job-Heathrow.html

A terror suspect and sex offender with 17 aliases has reportedly been working at Britain's busiest airport in an alarming security breach.

Career criminal Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamud is said to be on an official terror watchlist but reportedly had access to Heathrow's runway.

Mohamud, 31, has a criminal record stretching back 11 years including robbery, assault, money laundering and threats to kill.

But airport bosses allegedly failed to carry out a full background check and he was handed a security pass and started work as a kitchen porter in a first-class lounge, according to the Sunday People. 

A security source told the paper: 'How can somebody with a criminal past like this slip through the net?

'Even if he hadn't been a terror suspect his convictions should have meant he wasn't allowed anywhere near a plane – let alone our busiest airport.'

Mohamud is said to be known to the security services and has been interviewed five times in the past two years by anti-terror officers, it is claimed.



 

Simply, his convictions should have meant he wasn't allowed anywhere

 

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Just now, JoeDavola said:

I'm coming to that conclusion too.

👍 bugger out of reps. 

It seems to me that this is the only reasonable conclusion. 

Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
Arthur Conan Doyle 

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I'm a frequent flyer for work. Trust me, pretty much everyone employed at Heathrow in any capacity, but certainly in anything involving security, seems to be "culturally enriched". Border force too.

it scares the crap out of me every time I fly knowing that there is a good chance that someone who shouldn't have has had significant airside access.

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1 minute ago, Sgt Hartman said:

I sometimes wonder how a person with his level of background manages to land a reasonable job whereas someone who is an intelligent, non-criminal kind of a guy, has to settle for shovelling shit on minimum wage.

 

Contacts... as @Melchett said, they are all of a kind so he will have landed the job through someone he knows. Nepotism in other words 

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