Daily Mail reporter Nick Fagge is raising fresh terror concerns about Syrian refugees who are pouring into Europe following his purchase of a fake Syrian passport that even a forgery expert said appeared authentic. The U.S. is also promising to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees in 2016.
Fagge told "Fox & Friends" on Monday that he spent $2,000 on a fake Syrian passport, a driver’s license and ID card. He was soon contacted by a “forgery expert” with police in Germany.
The expert quickly dismissed the driver’s license and ID card as fake, but was unable to distinguish the fake passport from a real one, the reporter said.
“When I bought the passport, I asked him who was buying them,” Fagge said. “He told me, ‘people who wanted a better life, people who are pretending to by Syrians.’ But most worryingly, ‘members of ISIS,’ people who wanted to come to Europe to bring their evil war to us and kill people.”
“Clearly, he was right,” the reporter added.