[pp.int.general] privacy at customs on airports
nicco77 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 16:14:20 CET 2010
As stated from some forums you basically need a minor explosion to set of
the explosives in question, but they would cause a plane to go down it
seems. It is therefore a very irresponsible move from the Slovakian
government, it shows a complete disrespect for their citizens..
PPI / PPSE member
On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 3:57 PM, Thomas Burke <mrthomasjburke at gmail.com>wrote:
> It is a very shocking and disturbing development. I dont know how
> volatile the explosives given to the last person were or what level of
> explosion would have occurred. Such things are a bit too worrying to
> think about. If they had gone off would we have received the same
> halfhearted "oh did we do a bad thing?" response?
> 2010/1/6 Nicolas Sahlqvist <nicco77 at gmail.com>:
> > This is outrageous! How can a countries police force put there own
> > unwillingly into harms way? I found more articles on the story:
> > http://government.zdnet.com/?p=6728
> > The Slovak government has to do a lot more then apologise and express
> > "profound regret" over the incident. I am very interested in how this
> > unfolds why I CC'd the Slovak PP for any feedback they may have on this
> > story.
> > - Nicolas
> > PPI / PPSE member
> > On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 11:16 AM, Eduardo Robles Elvira <edulix at gmail.com
> > wrote:
> >> On a related note, yesterday I went to sleep just after reading the
> >> following shocking piece of news:
> >> "Slovakian Police have planted explosives on 8 unsuspecting air
> >> travelers. Seven were stopped by airport security, including one man
> >> arrested and held upon arriving at a Dublin airport. Unbelievably, one
> >> innocent traveler made it home with 90 grams of explosives, and had
> >> his flat surrounded by the police and bomb squad."
> >> I mean, how can they do such a thing with a straight face? They could
> >> have died. A coat was enough for Jean Charles de Menezes to be shot
> >> seven times in the head. And yet the reports into the shooting of an
> >> innocent men found no members of the police guilty and security
> >> measures in the UK have continued to become more invasive. These
> >> people on the other hand were carrying explosives in an airport!
> >> Testing of security systems? It sounds more like state terrorism to
> >> me. If the goverment want to do a test of airport security systems
> >> then fine but use someone who has agreed to do it. I hope those in
> >> charge of this operation go to jail.
> >> Regards,
> >> Eduardo Robles Elvira (member of PIRATA, Spain)
> >> PD: Any Pirate Party in Slovenia?
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