Why Cavity Bombs Would Make the TSA Irrelevant


Fri, Nov 26th, 2010 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

According to this opinion piece on The Atlantic by Jeffrey Goldberg, the threat of terrorism comes not only from explosive devices on people, but those in people.

From the article: "[The United States] has not yet experienced the terror of a cavity bomb -- a bomb inserted into the rectum or vagina of a suicide terrorist -- but this is what experts, in and out of government, fear is coming." Reportedly, Back-scatter machines can see under clothes (apparently not) but not through human tissue.



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