US Senator Complains About Being on Anti-Terror ‘No Fly’ List

One of the best-known U.S. senators says he has been misidentified as someone on a terrorism watch list at airports in recent months.
Democratic Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts told the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday that the problem started in March.
He said some airline agents refused to sell him tickets because his name appeared on a “no fly” list. Mr. Kennedy said in each instance, a supervisor eventually recognized him and allowed him to get on the plane.

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