Robert Poole

Director of Transportation Studies, Reason Foundation

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Director of Transportation Studies at the Reason Foundation

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British police have now arrested 24 people in a  plot to blow up 10 planes bound for the US , causing what one official called "mass murder on an unimaginable scale."

LAX, Terrorist Plots and Airport Security

British police have now arrested 24 people in a plot to blow up 10 planes bound for the US , causing what one official called "mass murder on an unimaginable scale."

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