Voice of Russia
November 18, 2013
US intelligence agents can perform arrests at German airports. So, if you’re one of a million people cited on American No Fly, Selectee and the Terror Watchlist, then you should better not even try to use Germany even as a transit point of your trip.
Due to diplomatic immunity more than 50 agents from Homeland Security, the Secret Service and immigration and transportation services work alongside the CIA and NSA in Germany. And these people decide your fate, not German customs. They decide who can board planes, which containers are loaded onto cargo ships—sometimes they even make arrests, apparently.
Airport workers say, they got no idea who’s cited on these lists and it’s also unclear to them how many passengers are prevented from boarding planes on account of these lists.