Thomas Anthony

University of Southern California

Guest

Director of the Aviation Safety and Security Program at the University of Southern California; former security director for the Transportation Security Administration and regional director for the FAA's civil flight division 

Thomas Anthony on KCRW

Tuesday's  Germanwings airline crash  that killed 150 people is now being investigated as a criminal case.

Pilot 'Deliberately' Downed the Germanwings Plane

Tuesday's Germanwings airline crash that killed 150 people is now being investigated as a criminal case.

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The oil slicks don't match; the flotsam found in the water doesn't connect; the stolen passports could be just a coincidence.

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