In the name of security

October 6, 2006 at 7:57 am Leave a comment

As if mistaken identity isn’t traumatic enough…as if all the security at airports isn’t enough, try going through these scenarios.  A man claiming to be law enforcement pins a passenger to his seat.  It is later discovered that the “officer’s” name is that of a retired officer (in other words, he wasn’t who he said he was, right?).  Go figure!  In the story linked at the bottom of the post, a man was detained for questioning because he was speaking in a foreign language to a friend about a sports rivalry on his cell phone.  His response after the ordeal: that he would not speak in a foreign language on his cell phone at an airport in the future.”


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