CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 12, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Crash of Pacific Southwest Airlines plane in California recalled; Los Angeles, California, police chief Daryl Gates's charge of lax airport security reported Report introduced.
(Los Angeles, California: David Dow) Airport security featured. Similarities between recent crash and 1964 crash caused by men who smuggled gun aboard plane reported; scenes shown, tape played. [Air Trans. Association Richard LALLY - describes goals of airport security] Problems of detecting weapons, explosives and controlling airport employees detailed; scenes shown. [EMPLOYEE - describes problems of security] Employee access systems at Washington, DC and Dallas, Texas, airports described. [New York airport security chief Henry DEGENESTE - says employees must be screened.] Israeli security system noted. [International Airline Passengers Association spokesperson Richard LIVINGSTON - says public won't accept tight security]
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