Unconnected dots, yet again, on a terror attempt

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Airport SecurityIn today’s Washington Post there is an editorial entitled Unconnected dots, yet again, on a terror attempt that shows how unhappy the editorial board at that paper is with the U.S.’ attempt to control airplane borne terrorists.  Apparently our on the ground and in-flight international system for screening terrorists is as effective at blocking unwanted elements as a screen door on a submarine.

I don’t know what else to say. "Ooops!" just does not seem to do it.  This is very bad. We apparently need to relearn some security lessons.  Now what?

     

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