The TSA remains extremely vigilant and effective in protecting American air travel, and I'm confident that no terrorists will slip past on their watch.
Kenton Weaver's parents knew the 13-year-old boy with Autism [capitalization in original] had a burning desire to take a plane ride, but never did they imagine he'd manage to buy a ticket, snatch his dad's car, drive to the airport and take a cross-country flight.
His father, Dean Weaver, suspects Kenton used a stolen credit card number to buy a ticket on Southwest Airlines, but how could someone sell him that ticket without the actual card or photo ID?
The 13-year-old doesn't have a passport, driver license or any photo ID his father knows of, so how'd he get past airport security?
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