Old Mar 12, 02, 8:57 pm
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robvberg
 
Join Date: May 2001
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I think you will find the problem is the new FAA rules as they were initially implemented. There were several closures and rescreenings after the new rules came into effect when the FAA decided that the airlines were not doing random gate screenings. I think the fear of the airlines was that while boarding was occuring there should always be someone being searched. That means grabbing someone in that first 3-4 people and the first person is the easiest. This blame should go to the government and by the letter implementation of rules.

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