Police training explosives stolen from Phoenix airport

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  1. goalie
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    Oopsie.......

    http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/09/05/arizona.phoenix.explosives.search/index.html?hpt=us_c2

    I wonder if the security tapes won't work/were damaged/were inadvertently recorded over this time as well ;)

    Hmmmm-last time I looked, some of the ter'wrist nut jobs are "just a tad" educated..... :rolleyes:
     
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  2. Captain Oveur
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    If only there were a government body dedicated to securing an airport.....
     
  3. HaveMilesWillTravel
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    What exactly are they doing with real explosives at a training exercise at a major airport that they couldn't do with a piece of plastic?
     
  4. goalie
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    Silly rabbit, don't you know that's SSI? ;)

    But there is good news in sheeple & kettle land as the runaway explosives have been found

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap...uElIzQ?docId=4ac4ab5d939c4d4e8aecc4dd2d6c18b1

    But is this too much of a coincidence?

     
  5. sobore
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    That was my thought. It would seem dangerous simply from someone mishandleing the explosives.
     
  6. Mapsmith
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    Found it. Reports that it was found in an Igloo Cooler on the side of the road. Sorta sounds like a worker mistook the cooler for his lunch cooler. Then we he/she figured out what it was and how much trouble he/she would be in, they just dumped it.
     
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