TSA Misses Luggage that Explodes After Flight
Despite a $98 million infusion for state-of-the-art baggage screening machines, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) somehow missed a suitcase filled with explosives that blasted after a three-hour domestic flight.
The shameful gaffe is simply the latest of many for the beleaguered Homeland Security agency charged with protecting the nations transportation system. A checked bag on a flight from Boston to Miami contained hundreds of bullet primers that exploded on the tarmac after the plane arrived in south Florida. Primers provide the spark that detonates the gunpowder in bullets. Share this...
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