On December 25, 2009, ICTS let Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (the "Underwear Bomber) on a plane under suspicious circumstances . Abdulmutallab, who later who attempted to detonate plastic explosives hidden in his underwear, boarded the US bound plane from Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. Kurt Haskell, an attorney from Michigan who also boarded the same flight saw Abdulmutallab and another "sharply dressed" Indian looking man who helped Abdulmutallab board the flight. Haskell claims that Abdulmutallab boarded the flight without a passport.
Groups Headquartered Here
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|De Nederlandsche Bank|
|Reed Elsevier||Large publisher with a 7-7 connection|
|University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam|
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