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    After VTech: Are 60,000 Missing Foreign Students A Security Risk?
    Political Correctness; Posted on: 2007-04-26 15:23:35 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Cho was not the only foreign-born “English student” to gain notoriety outside of his field.

    As an English major, immigrant Virginia Tech killer Cho Seung-hui was a relative rarity. Nearly three-quarters of the foreign-born students whose majors are known are in science, engineering, or business programs.

    But Cho was not the only foreign-born “English student” to gain notoriety outside of his field.

    Another foreign student, Hani Hasan Hanjour, got a visa to study English at ELS Language Centers, a Berlitz-owned school in Oakland, CA. He never completed the course.

    Instead, he was one of the terrorists on the plane that crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.

    Two other 9/11 terrorists were waiting for their tourist visas to be changed to student visas so they could attend flight school. The INS dutifully mailed them their student visa approvals six months after they had died.

    But that was then. And things have changed. Right?

    Wrong.

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