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An undercover TSA agent successfully bypassed security with a mock “bomb” during a recent drill at Newark Liberty International Airport, claims the New York Post.
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Cavity bombs are the ones to watch for all you need is an Ann summers 6 speed one with turbo overdrive !
The shield by definition is running behind the sword. So, whatever measures they are putting in place, they are putting them as a reaction to a threat, not proactively.
The biggest threat is not a conventional bomb but a bilogical threat. An infected person, a carrier of a biological agent, spending a flight together in a recirculated air environment with a hundred other people, then in the airport with 1000s other people -- that's your threat right there.
It's like that scene from the film Airplane 2. The terrorists go through but granny is searched.
Did any one get fired? I wonder. If not, then it must have been an inside job for unrevealed reasons
And they're afraid of knives after that??? Knives are the least of your worries, people.
Because they only search middle eastern/muslim people
A friend flew from Canada to US, forgetting there was a hunting knife in his backpack. No problem.
TSA are fucktards who used to work minimum wage jobs at McDonalds but couldn't handle the pressure.
Bill ohio USA. They weren't sexually
assault ing enough people.
sounds like a fake report to get them nore power.
TSA scanners aren't for finding bombs. They are for handling breast penises and old lady's diapers.
The bombs would have been found if TSA still used the backscatter Xrays
TSA...... what a waste of the tax payers money
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