A security firm from Israel linked to numerous false flag terror attacks handled the security at the Istanbul airport where 42 people were killed on Tuesday.
ICTS was founded by “former” Israeli intelligence agents, and has a major presence all over the world in airport security. The company came under the public spotlight when it emerged that its staff “missed” several of the 9/11 hijackers who flew out of Boston’s Logan airport on September 11th 2001. The same Israeli security team also handled security for London’s bus network during the 7/7 London bombings.
The company offers a system based on a computerized algorithm called APS (Advanced Passenger Screening) that analyzes passenger information procured by airline companies and determines the potential risks posed by a given passenger. APS is used by most of the large airlines in the United States.
The chairman of the supervisory board at ICTS is Menachem J. Atzmon. Atzmon is a former Likud party member and was indicted and convicted in 1996 in a fraud and embezzlement case relating to the misappropriation of funds raised by charities. Atzmon owns more than 60% of ICTS Intl. through a family trust.