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Airports BIGGEST conspiracy:Break into and reseal a locked suitcase "demonstration" How EASY it is

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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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Wow .. it never came to me how easy it is if you know the trick
to open a locked suitcase with a big locker on it ..
1 sec pression with a pen on the zipper and its open

It can be very usefull if you forget your key
but other people can use it to smuggle drugs in a simple manner
im sure its their general trick to do it just like that
no danger to get caught it will be the innocent one who will certainly get prison for this

There are many Corrupted airport employees that have all the access to your suitcases
there is a deep conspiracie in worldwide airports to make profit on smuggling illegal material

I didnt try the trick on any of my zipper yet
im convince it can be openned just like that

Be carefull TRAVELLERS
Avoid from now any zipper suit cases

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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:27 AM
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I thought they just scanned it.

Maybe they do both?
Interesting, thanks for the info.

Are they able to break into briefcases anywhere near this easily?
Perhaps briefcases are the way to go?

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*fixed mistype
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like this maybe?


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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:32 AM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash
I thought they just scanned it.

Maybe they do both?
Interesting, thanks for the info.

Are they able to break into briefcases anywhere near this easily?
Perhaps briefcases are the way to go?

*fixed mistype


Do you have any old zipper suitcase? so we can test this theory

100% sure you can open it and reseal it in a mather of seconds

Hope this thread will not fall into the eyes of someone
trying to figure out a way to smuggle exotics rare frogs lol

Its scary to know it is so easy to break into our personnal luguages
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:40 AM
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From now on I'm going to travel with a monkey in my zippered suitcase. If anyone opens it the monkey will jump out and start screaming, drawing attention to the unauthorized breach.




posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:41 AM
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odd, I thought you weren't even allowed to put locks on'em anymore.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:42 AM
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Airport security will simply cut the lock off your bags.
Faster than even this trick

Ive had it done many times.
Even had security destroy a $900 laptop by folding it backwards and then laugh about it.
You have zero recourse.
( this stopped me from flying long before TSA lost their minds.)
I only fly in a dire emergency... otherwise I rent some wheels and enjoy the scenery.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:49 AM
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I have seen TSA / Security Approved locks for sale on the web and in airport shops. Makes me wonder what's the point then if your goods are not secured? It's not like the airport baggage handlers or TSA have never stole anything... right?


I also remember a case from a few years ago, where a guy in the US got home, opened his checked in luggage to put his clothes in the wash and found a handgun. Seems, after making enquiries and contacting the poluce, it was put there by airport security as part of a security screening exercise. They lost track of the bag and there were red faces all around. Now, imagine for a moment this passenger was booked on an onward flight, and his bags were screened again?
There have been many cases of peoples bags being tampered with by airport security, putting items in for screeners to find. The practice has now hopefully been stopped as they should be using marked target bags, not passenger's own luggage!

I did make a point once to a security screener, when asked the usual security questions that yes, I could account for the contents of my luggage, right up to the moment it passed out of my possession into that of the airport handlers and security. Kinda threw him for a moment but he did grin after getting the point.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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If they want in, they'll get in...period.

Can you do anything about it? No.

You gave away your rights as soon as you went thru the porn scanners. Wasn't that enough?

This is just to keep you safe as they will no doubt tell you.

Yup, it's all for your safety. And you can't have safety and privacy at the same time...right?

S&F



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 11:53 AM
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No offense but anyone that didnt recognize this security/safety issue for years is a complete moron.

I've chuckled every time I've seen a bag locked with a padlock. Even a padlock anyone can open within seconds so really amazes me how stupid people are.

@muzzleflash
www.corporatetravelsafety.com...

Really? I can open that unharmed in less than 0.20 seconds. People really have no idea what cheap technology exisits that can open most of these locks unharmed.
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posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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Originally posted by avocadoshag
From now on I'm going to travel with a monkey in my zippered suitcase. If anyone opens it the monkey will jump out and start screaming, drawing attention to the unauthorized breach.



Lets put a few scorpions for a better defense system
that you have domesticated to attack intruders

a lil bit much ? nah .. its your private propriety
the intruder are the same has the ones who enter your house at night
while you are at sleep

and you have the right to defend yourself
zipper suitecases should be banned

one day we will all have secure suitcase like this one



Lets sell those on massive scale


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Each of these carbon fiber briefcases is custom-made with the finest leather and paints to match your luxury car—and not just on the outside. Both the exterior and interior of this expensive briefcase are customized. From the looks of it, your briefcase can even be badged with your car’s brand insignia.

These luxury briefcases are priced at $15,000, but Reid hopes the price will drop as the product gains momentum.


i could buy a new car at this price .. its crazy



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 12:23 PM
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I believe a bunch of TSA airport workers were busted running drugs using this method...

I wonder how many people are in jail for planted drugs by these luggage handlers......



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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For 10 years now my husband and myself have traveled with a hard side suitcase.
The brand is Alantic and the model is called a "Travel vault".
This suitcase claims to be pick proof and waterproof. I have seen scratches on the locks and yet they have never managed to get it open.
We have been paged at airports by security to open our luggage and have done so willingly. However we always relock it -combination lock- after they check it.

I recomend everyone buy one if they are still made. They do cost a small fortune, but they have lasted for 10 years and still look great and work great.
We also love the fact they are large and sturdy enough to sit on while waiting in line. Being so large they are always checked luggage.

Just a thought for you who travel...



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 01:46 PM
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Found a link

Only 170$ brand new though, that's a pretty decent price. Could probably find some way better deals like in the used market, possibly at 1/5th to 1/3rd the price.

Thanks for the tip by the way, I appreciate it.



posted on Oct, 7 2011 @ 04:29 PM
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I hope any one who has used a zipper at least once in their life, would figure this out right away.

Heck, any child will figure this out fast. Hand one a suitcase and watch how quickly they get into it.



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