Animal wrote: ↑Mon Jan 11, 2021 3:24 pmoh. i didn't watch the video. it would just make sense to me that the cops would take advantage of that method since its already being used. If a person was visiting DC and the police have their name, how would the Transit Cops pick them up?Stapes wrote: ↑Mon Jan 11, 2021 3:11 pmIf the police had a hold on his name the Transit cops would have arrested him. How do we know he was on a no fly list? "Cause this moron was crying he was? They probably refused him service because he was drunk or something.Animal wrote: ↑Mon Jan 11, 2021 3:08 pmi'm guessing, but i would suspect that when law enforcement knows that criminals probably traveled to where they were going to commit a crime, then one of the first things they do when they have a name is to put it on the no fly list. To try to catch them on the way out of town. Since that net is already in place and being used it would make absolute sense for the police to use it to catch people. I doubt that once those names are on there they stay on there for life.
Just like any fugitive, if your name gets flagged any airport you show your ID is going to trigger a response. I don't think the DC police have the ability to put someone on a no-fly list but they certainly have the ability to say this person is wanted. So I think the whole no-fly thing is bullshit