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Profile: ICTS International N.V.

ICTS International N.V. was a participant or observer in the following events:

Later in the day of 9/11, weapons are found planted on board three US airplanes. A US official will say, “These look like inside jobs.” Time magazine will later report, “Sources tell Time that US officials are investigating whether the hijackers had accomplices deep inside the airports’ ‘secure’ areas.” (Donnelly 9/22/2001) Penetrating airport security does not appear to have been that difficult: Argenbright, the company in charge of security at all the airports used by the hijackers, had virtually no security check on any of its employees, and even hired criminals and illegal immigrants. Security appears to be particularly abysmal at Boston’s Logan Airport, even after 9/11. (Ranalli 10/1/2001; CNN 10/12/2001) An FAA official had similar concerns about two other security contractors at Logan Airport: Huntleigh USA, a subsidiary of ICTS International NV, a large Israeli security company, and Globe Aviation. (Pope and Lavoie 9/11/2001; Ford 1/8/2002; 9/11 Commission 3/11/2004, pp. 6 pdf file)


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