Monday, April 02, 2007

Your Department of Homeland Insecurity at Work

KUSA in Denver reports undercover agents were able to sneak liquid explosives and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) past security screeners and onto airplanes at Denver International Airport.
"In one test, sources told 9NEWS an agent taped an IED to her leg and told the screener it was a bandage from surgery. Even though alarms sounded on the walk-through metal detector, the agent was able to bluff her way past the screener."

The TV station also found a woman who claims she's carried her personal Taser onto at least six flights in the past year or so. (KUSA)

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