No-Fly List Strands Man In On Island In HawaiiAssociated Press
Oct. 23, 2012
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JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii (AP) -- Hawaii is a paradise for most visitors. But it was Wade Hicks Jr.'s prison for five days.
[...]He wasn't told why and wondered whether his controversial views on the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks played a role. Hicks said he disagrees with the 9/11 Commission's conclusions about the attacks.
A Homeland Security spokesman referred questions to the FBI Terrorist Screening Center, which maintains the report. A spokesman for the center declined to comment on Hicks' case. The government doesn't disclose who's on the list or why someone might have been placed on it.