27 June 2007

How a Fleeing Murder Suspect on an Airliner May not Be Considered a Threat

In a post-9/11 world, the average passenger would think that if law enforcement informed an airline that a potential threat to passengers was on board an aircraft, that it would be reason enough to at least perform a precautionary landing. An event from March 2007 is clear evidence that this assumption is no longer valid. For details, please check out the story "Snake on a Plane" from June 14 edition of the Phoenix New Times

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