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US Customs Insist on Searching Government Jet

Discussion in 'Alley of Lingering Sighs' started by Déise, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Déise

    Déise Both happy and miserable, without the happy part!

    Mar 30, 2007
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    US Customs Insist on Searching Government Jet

    I find this a very curious story and was just wondering doesn anybody know the protocol for this? I always thought that government jets carrying elected leaders would have enjoyed diplomatic immunity. Not that Bertie doesn't have some serious question marks over large sums of money various businessmen spontaneously decided to give him (or which he won on the nags :rolleyes:) but I don't see an Air Corps plane as posing much of a risk to the US.

    I must say I'm exceptionally amused at the thought of, say, the Chinese demanding to be allowed carry out a full search of Air Force One in Washington for drugs before allowing it to embark for China.
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