The National ENQUIRER has revealed the presence of more than 90 terror sleeper cells within U.S. borders — and now authorities say that the terrorists of ISIS have perfected the manufacturing and selling of fake Syrian passports to bring more terrorists into America!
A U.S. Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Intelligence Report revealed the frightening prospect that ISIS has been able to print its own legitimate-looking Syrian passports since last summer, when it took over the city of Deir ez-Zour, Syria — home to a passport office with “boxes of blank passports” and a passport-printing machine! Another passport office was located in Raqqa, Syria, which has long been ISIS’ de facto capital.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve confirmed the U.S. suspicions, saying ISIS has acquired thousands of blank passports thanks to operations in Syria, Iraq and Libya that enable the villains to set up a “real fake document industry.”
“Fake Syrian passports are so prevalent in Syria that Syrians do not even view possessing them as illegal,” the HSI report said. “Fake Syrian passports can be obtained in Syria for $200 to $400, and that backdated passport stamps to be placed in the passport cost the same.”
And it gets worse!
“Since more than 17 months [have] passed since Raqqa and Deir ez-Zour fell to ISIS, it is possible that individuals from Syria with passports ‘issued’ in these ISIS-controlled cities or who had passport blanks, may have traveled to the U.S.,” the HSI report said.
That means the government knows an unknown number of ISIS killers could very well be in the U.S. already!
The killer couple behind the San Bernardino, Calif., bloodbath in November slaughtered 14 innocent Americans just days after The National ENQUIRER published its bombshell world exclusive about terrorist infiltration!
“The intelligence community is concerned that [ISIS] have the ability, the capability, to manufacture fraudulent passports, which is a concern in any setting,” FBI Director James Comey told Congress.
Fake Syrian passports were used by two suicide bombers in the bloody November attack on Paris. The two men were believed to have slipped across borders with the flood of Syrian refugees engulfing Europe.