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(Studio) At Albuquerque, NM, airport officials experiment with new and controversial method to counter airline hijacking.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Albuquerque, NM) Officials plan to use dogs in airports and on planes to discourage hijackers. [Private detective, Albert BLACK - says dogs should be used to treat hijackers like dogs.] Dogs said more effective than present methods of countering hijackers, and would cut out need for time-consuming searches. Airport officials, however, fear customers may also be scared away.
REPORTER: Bill Wordham
- Smith, Howard K.;
- Wordham, Bill
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