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F14
5th Feb 2014, 12:57
Confessions of an airport security worker - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/10619017/Confessions-of-an-airport-security-worker.html)


Nice piece hidden in the travel section of the UK paper; The Telegraph. Talks about the farce that security screening has become in the western world over the last decade or more. Written as an exposť, interesting points and proves that the original intent of enhanced security has only removed liberties from law abiding citizens, rather than foil the work of people who aim to cause harm to others.

:D:D:D

probes
5th Feb 2014, 14:18
you must be mistaken, F14. They value their freedom too much to have it restricted by anything, and they have guns to protect them from whatever. Ask about amendments to ensure that.

[sarcastic mode off] :E

awblain
5th Feb 2014, 16:07
4th amendment wear

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versus 2nd amendment wear

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I'm not confident that either work.