Monday, October 14, 2013

Second Dry Ice Bomb Exploded in Two Days at LAX Airport as Two More Bombs Found, FBI Investigating.


A dry ice bomb exploded at Los Angeles International Airport on Monday night, the second one to detonate there in little more than 24 hours, police said. The explosion was reported about 8:30 p.m. in the Bradley Terminal, the Los Angeles Police Department said. Two other similar devices that did not explode were found in the area, an LAPD source told The Times.

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The FBI has taken over the investigation into a dry ice bomb that exploded in a men’s bathroom at Los Angeles International Airport on Monday evening.
The first explosion, which is created by filling a bottle with dry ice, occurred at about 7 p.m. in a restroom at Terminal 2, which is home to several international and domestic airlines. Officials said an airport employee heard an explosion in a men's room and went to investigate. He discovered a 20-ounce plastic bottle that had contained the dry ice.
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Memo Warns About Terrorist ‘Dry-Runs’ on Airplanes, I Witnessed ‘Dry Run’ on US Airways Flight 2095 on 9/9/2013. 10 NEWS..Orlando, Florida — It was a US Airways flight bound for Florida on September 2, and some airline pilots believe it also may have been a dry-run for terrorists. The 10 News Investigators have obtained an internal memo that details a frightening incident that brings back memories of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Since then, federal efforts have gone in place to prevent a similar attack, leading many to believe another attack what happened on 9/11 could never happen again. Wolf Koch, who flies Boeing 767s for Delta Airlines and is the Aviation Security Committee Chairman for the Air Line Pilots Association International, says that belief “is very foolish.” Koch describes the events of 9/11 as “an incredible attack on us. It was very well orchestrated and they’re going to try it again… 100 percent, no question in my mind. They’re going to try it again.”

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On September 9th, 2013 I was on US Airways Flight 2095 out of Newark Headed to Sarasota Fl with a stop in Charlotte NC. I was in seat 6B, seated directly in front of me were two Arab males, they were about 22 years old and 26 years old, the one seated to my left spent the whole time of the flight, about 1 hour and 15 minutes, making diagrams of the cabin, making note of where the drink cart was kept and notes on the activity of the flight attendants. The flight attendants (all women) appeared to be alerted about the two Arab males and kept close tabs on them. The Two Arab males spoke no English during the flight, they both had on NY Yankee baseball caps and wore black t-shirts and jeans and the older Arab male made frequent trips to the bathroom. I watched these two Arab guys intently as we took off and landed.

Shahzad Tanweer (l), Germaine Lindsay and Mohammed Sidique Khan (r)
"Jermaine Lindsay (L) on a dry run for the 7/7 terror attacks in London in 2005, they all had backpacks."

Upon arrival in Charlotte the Two Arab males made a quick departure and I followed then as they headed for their connecting flight which appeared to be to Fort Lauderdale Fl, they both had large backpacks as a carry-on. The younger Arab male did not speak or understand English, the older Arab guy had to explain everything in Arabic, these guys were not Yankee baseball fans, they were posers. .


Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com