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Irish police have released a man held over an explosives find, after Slovakian authorities admitted planting them in his luggage.
The explosive was one of eight pieces of contraband placed with unsuspecting passengers at Bratislava Airport last weekend, broadcaster RTE reported.
Originally posted by LiXx84
Thats the best way to test the TSA to see if their doing the job right.
A SUNDAY Express investigator exposes a deadly lapse in airport security – carrying a syringe on a jet bound for Heathrow Airport just FIVE DAYS after the Christmas Day terror attack.
Maybe next time they don't release the person, and instead detonate the explosives, have them fail, ground the plane and then put them into custody, link them to Al-who-ever-da and have them spend the rest of there lives in stress positions listening to non stop US cock-rock
BTW do you know what you call 10,000 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean?
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
What do you call 10,000 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean?
Attempts to get comment from officials at airlines based in the U.K. and Ireland were unsuccessful. In a conversation with two other airline executives, one at Air Canada, the other with Delta Airlines, both condemned how passengers were used like laboratory test subjects. Delta’s executive (who does not want to be identified) stated; “I am not aware of this incident or type of training in the U.S. But as if we don’t have enough problems as it is with an understandably, very irritated passengers- then this happens? It’s unacceptable.” A senior executive who also does not want to be identified at Air Canada’s commented; “If this story is true, the public already lacks confidence in airport security, why would they even try this on passengers who are nervous flying, especially overseas and long distance flights. In all my years of experience, this is without a doubt, the dumbest thing I have heard occur. The timing is incredibly idiotic!” He went on to state; “Had we been notified about this kind of exercise, I would have said - not without telling our passengers you don’t and I would strongly recommend against doing so in the first place. I would also ask why they don’t use their own test subjects from the police force.”