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Feds Ask Travel Companies (Hotels, Car Rentals, Bus Companies) To ID Suspected Capitol Rioters

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Feds Ask Travel Companies (Hotels, Car Rentals, Bus Companies) To ID Suspected Capitol Rioters
They are dusting off the dragnet...

The War on Terror has officially crossed the line by using the Capitol riot to destroy what little is left of our civil liberties. Bloomberg News reported that the House Oversight Committee has asked travel companies to help law enforcement ID suspected Capitol rioters.

"The committee sent letters to hotel chains, bus lines, car rental companies and online travel agents, asking them to retain all records regarding reservations and services for the entire month of January for potential use, if necessary, in future law enforcement or Congressional investigations."

As Forbes noted, the Feds sent letters to more than two dozen travel companies, including nine bus companies.

"Greyhound, Megabus, BoltBus, Lux Bus America, Vamoose, Jefferson Lines, Peter Pan, Flixbus and RedCoach; eight car rental companies Enterprise, Hertz, Avis, National, Alamo, Budget. Dollar and Thrifty; and 10 hotel and lodging groups Expedia, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Accor Group, Hyatt, Hilton, Choice Hotels, Marriott, Best Western International, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Extended Stay America."

DHS’s "Blue Campaign" asks hotel and motel workers to report visitors who have committed one of nineteen suspicious things.

Do Not Disturb sign used constantly.

Requests room or housekeeping services (additional towels, new linens, etc.), but denies hotel/motel staff entry into room.

Refusal of cleaning services for multiple days.
Excessive amounts of cash in a room.

Smell of bodily fluids and musk.

Presence of multiple computers, cell phones, pagers, credit card swipes, or other technology.

The same person reserving multiple rooms.

Individuals leaving room infrequently, not at all, or at odd hours.

Children’s items or clothing are present but no child registered with the room.

Individuals loitering in hallways or appearing to monitor the area.

Excessive amounts of alcohol or illegal drugs in rooms.

Evidence of pornography.

Minors left alone in room for long periods of time.

Excessive number of people staying in a room.

Extended stay with few or no personal possessions.

Provocative clothing and shoes.

Constant flow of men into a room at all hours.

Excessive amounts of sex paraphernalia in rooms (condoms, lubricant, lotion, etc.).

Rooms stocked with merchandise, luggage, mail packages, and purses/wallets with different names.

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