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Homeland Security / Air Scares #904217

FNC Evening News for Friday, Aug 25, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.

(Washington: Molly Henneberg) The airplane security incidents on various US flights reported; details given on a utility knife found on a flight to Connecticut, the dynamite found inside checked luggage on a flight from Argentina to Houston, Texas, the diverted flight in Bangor, Maine, and the bomb threat from a 10-year-old in Chicago; scenes from the Houston airport and map shown. [Houston airport system’s Mark MANCUSCO†- describes what happened.] [Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF†- raises questions about Argentinean airport security.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Henneberg, Molly

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