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Search of Planes Ordered After Security Breaches

The Bush administration ordered the immediate inspection of all passenger planes in the fleets of United States-based airlines on Friday after box cutters and small containers of bleach were found in two Southwest Airlines jetliners. The materials were apparently placed by someone who wanted to mock federal airport safety procedures. Plastic bags with the box cutters, officials said, had identical or nearly identical anonymous notes from someone, possibly a disgruntled passenger or an airline or airport worker, who wanted to make clear that airport security was inadequate more than two years after the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, in which box cutters were used to commandeer four passenger planes. Full Story

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