The Ultimate Terrorist Weapon: Air
Yesterday, officials evacuated a West Virginia airport terminal when a security dog reacted to a bottle in a passenger's carry-on luggage, an airport official said.
A screener stopped a woman with two plastic containers in her bag as she prepared to board a flight to Charlotte, N.C., said Tri-State Airport authority President Jim Booton.
We still don't know what dangerous liquid she was carrying. Hair spray, perhaps?
But, this blog, first with everything, has found a new, potent and invisible weapon, so strong it can bring down an airline.
And I'm not talking baloons, but I am talking about the same principle
A Chatham County man was killed Thursday when a truck tire he was changing exploded, authorities said.
The man was changing a tire on an 18-wheeler truck outside his house with Lacy Gibson. Gibson told investigators with the Chatham County Sheriff's Office that he was getting something out of the truck cab when he heard an explosion.
When he looked up, Fitzwater was on the ground with a head wound, and the remains of the exploded tire were on the pavement next to him, Gibson told investigators.
So here's the deal.
Soon you won't be able to board an aircraft with big tires, or baloons.
After all, you could blow up the plane. Just wait.