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I don't want to depict -- something you are on your way to a relaxing vacation you get through airport security to grab a cup of coffee and a way to -- Then a TSA agents stops you forces you to give in the sample of the drank.
TSA has actually do witness but for what reason and will help Nestle is secured and the nationals.
-- tomorrow's not so sure of what are they trying to do here.
But think the thinking is is that -- -- -- to bring an ingredient past security.
And then mix it with a drink that's risen to some type of weapon a poison arm or something else but as were saying before the senate began.
There's lots of objects.
Just general stores that you can put together make it a type of weapon and that's part of the problem that we have as a democracy is that there's just.
Unlimited amounts of possibilities for people to cause damage.
You know I never thought about that they limit that the amount sized liquids you can bring the plane -- and you could bring in.
You know from a -- or something like that -- so I could see that some some method to this but boy that now you're opening up the floodgates quite literally.
-- al-Qaeda does mock us for that's our number in their English language magazine.
After the plot where they try to put bombs and ink cartridges they said that costs us 4000 dollars in your spending millions of dollars on new security procedures.
And you're all scared we won the plot didn't work but look at how your reacting.
What do they do now given this information thing if you're al-Qaeda you're looking at this and now we're looking at big.
Solar days it would I don't think this sort of -- but you know big sodas and all big prints what it would even there the extent of their thinking.
They're thinking just move on to the next thing or try it because the whole idea now isn't necessarily for the plots to succeed is just the cause a star affect the economy.
And make people panic.
-- I'll get your reaction do we put it quantity has -- -- just released this statement TSA employs multiple layers of security throughout the airport where passengers may be randomly selected.
For additional screening -- one measure may include testing liquids that are -- -- passengers possession but she's had a today and who did they determine as worthy of this examination.
-- -- -- it seems -- just go around testing people's drinks at random if there's a reason for you to suspect someone to test their drink then you also have a reason to interview them.
-- go through their background more.
On and so we have two more selective about these procedures otherwise you just randomly going through people's drinks.
Now to be fair -- -- -- tipping their hand in your drinks that they do is they open up the container and then they.
Have on this test strip that goes above the container and then the use that -- to figure out you know as as they're some kind of deadly substance and.
Well if you've gotten certain drinks and airports some of them have at least at least give -- -- bomb.
Any set to do with these reports of of a Norwegian al-Qaeda linked.
Lilly white in appearance not so much is a traffic ticket in his background that he could just glide through security now when would know.
But nefarious means he's up to.
It might be that TSA no one else is saying that this is in reaction -- -- intelligence in fact the TSA saying that they've.
-- this type of security procedure in the past.
But European American intelligence is very worried about this Norwegian who they believe is on his way to target who's trained by al-Qaeda in Yemen like -- said he doesn't even have a parking ticket.
Amazing or Ryan thank you very very much active and I am with you with your -- you won't be stopped I would -- it sounds all right hasn't really -- there.
You be tomorrow for -- -- now now I'm not I'm not scalable that much to death -- Bob Ryan -- thank you very much at any time Justice Roberts in life because he's.
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