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Airports To Begin Inspecting ID Cards With Black Light

Amazing to think that something so simple, inexpensive and effective has been overlooked for this long. The newest tool at airport security checkpoints is 3 inches long and costs only a few dollars: a handheld black light. Airport screeners are starting to use them this month to examine driver’s licenses and other passenger ID cards presented at checkpoints to spot forgeries or tampering. Passengers with suspicious documents can be questioned by police or immigration agents. Full Story

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