Breaking: Prepper Put on No-Fly List, Stranded in Hawaii
October 17, 2012
What does it take to get your name on the no-fly list in America? Apparently you only need to be classified as a “prepper.”
When 34-year-old U.S. citizen and Mississippi resident Wade Hicks boarded a military flight to visit his wife, a Navy lieutenant stationed in Okinawa, Japan, he did not think it would be a one-way trip. Stopping off in Hawaii to refuel, upon reboarding the plane, Hicks was quickly escorted back off again by armed guards. He was then taken to a secure interrogation room where Hicks was informed he would not be flying anywhere because he turned up on the no-fly list.
Hicks has since been stranded on the island state without a way home.
As seen below in a bombshell double interview on Infowars Nightly News, private investigator and founder of the Northeast Intelligence Network Douglas Hagmann revealed that Hicks not only passed through TSA screening at his original departure point in San Francisco, but he has also passed a criminal background check and an FBI screening for an enhanced concealed carry permit in his home state.
In addition, Hicks holds a TWIC card, or Transportation Worker Identification Credential, granted by none other than the TSA. Hicks has also held classified clearances as a defense contractor for the U.S. military. His passport is valid and has not been revoked.
What was it Hicks did, then, to be added to the U.S. government’s no-fly list maintained by the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center?
“I asked [Hicks] ‘Could you have been mistaken for a person with the same surname?’” Hagmann said. “The people who were acting on behalf of the TSA and DHS had told him his social security number, his date of birth, his name, and they said, ‘No, there is no mistake, this is you, you’re on this no-fly list.’”