Federal US officials are attempting to determine how a stun gun was brought onboard a JetBlue flight that landed at Newark airport in New Jersey.
Crew members at Liberty International Airport found the stun gun tucked into the back of a seat on the plane following the flight from Boston.
The FBI said on Monday that there was no indication the gun, found on Friday, was intended for an attack…
How do you determine the gun wasn’t intended for an attack? Because there wasn’t one?
Members of the airline’s crew were cleaning the JetBlue aircraft at 2220 local time on Friday evening when the gun was discovered…
Authorities said they gave the weapon to the Port Authority of New York, before it was handed over to the Transportation Security Administration, the body responsible for carrying out security screening of passengers.
The TSA can be counted on do as thorough a job at finding who brought it on board – as they did at preventing it from being brought on board. Right?