He told the robbers that he just needed to reach back into the truck to get the keys. He turned around and reached under his winter coat instead, into his waistband. With his right hand, he grabbed his Colt 1911. He fired two shots under his left armpit, hitting the first man twice in the chest. Then he turned slightly and fired two more times, hitting the second man twice in the chest. Both men fell dead. Kyle leaned on his truck and waited for the police. When they arrived, they detained him while they ran his driver’s license. But instead of his name, address, and date of birth, what came up was a phone number at the Department of Defense. At the other end of the line was someone who explained that the police were in the presence of one of the most skilled fighters in U.S. military history. When they reviewed the surveillance footage, the officers found the incident had happened just as Kyle had described it. They were very understanding, and they didn’t want to drag a just-home, highly decorated veteran into a messy legal situation. The Legend of Chris Kyle - D Magazine Is that for real??? How, in this internet age of face recognition and AI, could a person have a drivers license like that? Would such a database entry look so suspicious that it would hinder privacy rather than protect it? Fascinating thread here discussing confidential plates and secret ID's... https://www.northeastshooters.com/xen/threads/intersting-situation-worcester-ltc-issuance.303276/ China stole all the government personal files... Office of Personnel Management data breach - Wikipedia Even political VIP's have their private information all over "online people search" websites. AT&T accused of selling customers’ location data to bounty hunters and stalkers AT&T Accused of Selling Customers’ Location Data to Bounty Hunters And Stalkers | Digital Trends I know this post covers a variety of "Secret ID" topics but I'm curious what the NES hive thinks.