He put his bag on the conveyer belt at his hometown airport and it was scanned by watchful TSA agents. Curiously, the gun was not detected. He had to pass through TSA screening again in Miami for his connecting flight. Once again, his gun passed right under the noses of the TSA. He actually flew on two flights with a gun stashed away in a bag in the overhead compartment. He did not know it of course. But had he been a “terrorist,” he could have easily taken over the plane. Doesn’t that make you scared?

via. Advisory Services for Ex-Pats to Chile

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