FAA's lax registration policies threatening safety?


A Globe News report…

"Gonzalez never did figure out who really owned the plane that crashed into his home — even when the name of the client Aircraft Guaranty had on file, Luis Nuñez, was revealed during court proceedings. A court official who visited the listed Miami address for Nuñez found cobwebs on the doorknob and a package addressed to someone else. A private detective working for Gonzalez’s attorneys spent a year searching for additional clues and for Nuñez, before concluding that he was nothing more than a “phantom person.” The Globe also was unable to locate Nuñez. "


It’'s surprising that such conditions are allowed to exist in the U.S. (somewhat reminiscent of secret Swiss bank accounts)


What’s the safety issue?