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Several major US airlines are reporting flight check-in issues

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Customers across the U.S. are reporting airline computer issues at a number of airports. A flood of tweets began to roll in a little after 11am ET (8am PT) of computer or network issues. Passengers on the ground said the issues related to the flight check-in systems and were unable to issue boarding passes. (flip.it) More...

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Mr. Hartner: All interferences in US (and international) air information systems are sabotages aimed at destruction and control of international air travel, including of aircraft, airports, forced closures and pirated sales, unlawful implementationsm as deliberate acts of Yakusa Nazi Organized Crime. The FAA and the TSA and US Airports and airspace deeded TO MYSELF by the US Govt by Executive Action and Federal Court Award, as well as international airlines have been taken over and/or squatted on during my two-and-a-half year KIDNAPPING by Rob Nimrod Machen, Zane Memeger (aka Iven Demetriev) Dorothy Ginsberg, Larry Lebow, Einer Hogue (aka Florian Ribbentrop), and Helen Stein. The last lost the entire air industry to me. Three years ago, actions by my sons and myself to make industry changes were overrun. There is NO US Airport or airline or banking/Treasury law enforcement. Please contact MI5, interpol and every countries' air enforcement and bank supervision.

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