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Liquid as Weapon? For Many, a Scary Thought

The scheme, the authorities reported, was to transform ordinary things — like energy drink bottles and medicine jars and MP3 players — into the weaponry of mass death. No one had to learn to fly a giant airplane, and just about everyone owns something that could hold a liquid or deliver a small but cataclysmic electrical charge. With so many foiled plots fading into a blur of alarms, this one penetrated, people said in interviews across the country. The familiar had become sinister, just as when a man boarded an airplane with explosives hidden in his shoe five years ago. Full Story

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