I've been away all day so I'm just catching up with the comments.
Wrabbit, your wit never ceases to entertain me! I wouldn't doubt it if the detergent prank would at least get a person a nice psychological evaluation
followed by some mandatory SSRI's though... As a bonus, seeing as how they already displayed the necessary character to commit a public disruption,
they might also be a good candidate for a little tweaking (and perhaps a bit of exposure to some MEDUSA-type ELF) to turn them into the next robotic
"Lone Wolf" capable of much more sinister acts. "They're beaming voices into my head with microwaves and nobody will believe me!!!"
Just trying to roll a few more conspiracies into the dough here while we're at it.
And yeah Helious - Helious Yeah, those are some distinct possibilities... One more scenario might be a very bored or disgruntled baggage handler or
member of the refueling crew - Although one would have to pretty darn foolish to pull a prank like that given the possible consequences. If it were
just a prank, it would be likely that it would have been a single incident rather than four separate ones in different locations and at different
According to reports - the first one went off on Sunday at 7:00 P.M. in an employee restroom in Terminal 2, followed by a second one on Monday at
about 8:30 P.M. in the Bradley Terminal.
The news report that I saw, showed video of agents near a trash can that was outside the terminal adjacent to what I assume was the tarmac. Likely the
location of one of the duds...
I was hoping to have a bit more information to provide as the investigation progresses, but I'm not finding much more at this point in time. I'm
definitely leaning towards 'More than just a prank', given all that has been occurring lately. I don't think that anyone's suspicions here are
unfounded in the least.
It 100% could be a scenario like you painted or it could also 100% be a pen test or it could be something not on your list. I just have not seen
enough yet to say it has to be this.
I wondered about that myself, it just didn't make sense to me that the story would have hit the news without some kind of admission that it was a test
- Creating undue panic and all.
Unless... their goal was to achieve both. Kind of like the Boston Airport staging a runway fire drill on the 9/11 anniversary...
Seriously getting ridiculous fast. Soon farting in public will be an arrestable offense. (maybe it should be ).
I don't know what the heck, but I probably would have been put away for a long time yesterday if that were the case... WOOF!!!
15-10-2013 by sageturkey because: Add