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According to reports from officials speaking on condition of anonymity, a similar incident occurred at the Orlando airport at approximately 1:00 p.m. on the same day -- at the same security checkpoint. On this occasion, it was a female who reportedly possessed some of the same items in her luggage as the previous passengers. In fact, she was a member of the same family, added this source. According to information developed, she was not allowed on the aircraft, although her disposition -- in addition to the disposition of the other two Middle Eastern families, remains undetermined at this time.
These are the facts developed to date about Delta Flight 1824 from Orlando.
Originally posted by Infoholic
If it was a "credible" security risk...
why was the risk allowed to continue as far as getting the plane on the tarmac to taxi down the runway? It should have never been allowed on the plane... at least with all the checks, double checks, triple checks, etc.
More fearmongering, IMO. Something doesn't add up.
Originally posted by esdad71
I believe that what happens is that luggage is scanned, and if it is felt a risk it is withheld, as the 9/11 hijacker luggage. In this case, as soon as it was discovered, the plane was bought back, and everyone was taken off. I am under the impression that the individuals from the family were not allowed back on teh same plane and there is no definitive method of their travel. I am trying to use a connection in the FDLE to get any information I can out of Orlando.
Originally posted by thatblissguy
reply to post by djohnsto77
Has anyone considered the possibility that this is a top secret program by our own government to test its own system?
FYI hydrogen peroxide was used in the london transit bombing. HP vapors can form contact explosives when they come into contact with hydrocarbons such as greases. Depending on the strength, it can cause pulmonary irratation. HP(Strength dependant) spilled on leather can cause a fire...Etc, this is some potentially dangerous stuff