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October 13, 1987 | Associated Press
Some Americans, hoping to avoid being singled out by terrorists while traveling abroad, are buying fake passports from a company that uses non-existent countries. The passports sell for $135 and come complete with fake entry and exit stamps and other notations. Military personnel can buy the same artificial passports for $95 to use as a subterfuge, since they often travel with only military identification cards.
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October 13, 1987 | Associated Press
Some Americans, hoping to avoid being singled out by terrorists while traveling abroad, are buying fake passports from a company that uses non-existent countries. The passports sell for $135 and come complete with fake entry and exit stamps and other notations. Military personnel can buy the same artificial passports for $95 to use as a subterfuge, since they often travel with only military identification cards.
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