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Detroit flight plot may prove boon for security firms

The failed attempt to blow up an Amsterdam-Detroit flight last week could prove a bonanza for airport security firms, especially the makers of full-body scanners.

"It might put some pressure to buy more full-body scanners. The US Congress will probably do something to increase the funding," Michael Boyd, an aviation consultant, told AFP.

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Comment by Lola Flores
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Ya think?  Find one, just one, incident where the powers that be don't make out like bandits.


And for y'all idiots, this is code for:  YOU'RE ALL SUCKERS.  YOU'RE BRAINWASHED AND USED BY YOUR CORPORATIST GOVERNMENT.  Now, bend over and lower your pants!  And don't forget to say Thank You.

Comment by TL Winslow
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With a known radicalized Muslim seeking admission to the U.S., what's needed is a full strip search as a minimum, if he's even allowed to enter in the first place, which I hope he isn't, maybe for a short time with an ankle locator. Scratch that, they're so fanatical they'd saw off their own feet. It's sad, but onnce radicalized, a Muslim is dead and just hasn't been buried yet, since he's looking for his chance to die killing as many infidels indiscriminately as he can to win paradise points with his Allah. If the U.S. had screened all Muslims for signs for radicalization and declared them dangerous enemies of the U.S. who have stepped over the line of religion and lost constitutional protection, there would have been no 9/11, Ft. Hood Massacre, or Xmas Underpants Bomber. As the new decade dawns, do we want it to be like the old decade, worse, or better? It's time to decide now. 

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