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FALSE FLAG ALERT: Insulated Beverage Containers to Undergo Extra Security at Airports December 27, 2010

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Insulated Beverage Containers to Undergo Extra Security at Airports
Thermoses Could Be Used to Conceal Weapons, TSA on Alert
EMILY FRIEDMAN
ABC News
December 24, 2010

Travelers toting thermoses and insulated beverage containers through the nation’s airports today might face heightened security measures, according to the Transportation Security Administration.

“The possible tactics terrorists might use include the concealment of explosives inside insulated beverage containers, so in the coming days, passengers flying within and to the U.S. may notice additional security measures related to insulated beverage containers,” the TSA said in a statement released early today.

According to the TSA, while no specific threats have been reported, agents at airports have been trained to “detect a variety of threats, including the concealment of explosives in common items.

“Passengers traveling with insulated beverage containers can expect to see additional screening of these items using procedures currently in place, including X-ray screening, physical inspection and the use of explosives trace detection technology,” read the statement.

Adm. James Winnefeld, head of the U.S. Northern Command, told The Associated Press that the TSA is “always trying to think ahead” …

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