Sunday, January 03, 2010

Yup, There WAS A Second Detention at DTW

Story number four from the FBI.

After several days of denying eyewitness reports of a second man from Northwest Flight 253 being arrested following the attempted Christmas Day bombing of the plane by a Nigerian passenger linked to al-Qaida, the chief U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer in the Detroit area has admitted another passenger was taken into custody.

Ronald G. Smith sent an e-mail to the Detroit News, the paper reported, apologizing that the information provided to federal investigators by two attorneys aboard the plane had not been made available earlier.

Granted that the events of the day likely had everyone a bit confused. But hey--it's not all that hard to conduct a handcuff-inventory, is it? Or review the videotapes?

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