Skip to comments.Breaking: Bomb Found in Illinois Airport, Woman in Custody
Posted on 03/31/2016 11:08:30 AM PDT by Maceman
Police are now investigating reports of a bomb found in a package carried by an unidentified woman entering the Peoria International Airport Thursday morning.
The bomb was discovered while the woman was trying to check the package at the American Airlines counter, prompting the airport to partially evacuate the premises and enter lock-down.
The package contained dynamite, a timer and bottles of fluid, which were found during a routine scan by TSA officials . . .
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Let me guess, Amish?
Was she from Krapistan?
...American Airlines...just happens to be the counter bombed by ISIS in Brussels...
Does anyone have the picture of the female San Bernardino shooter?
Was her last name Yoder?
wear a burka next time...
Is the first time the TSA ever caught a terrorist?
“It’s just a clock, I tell you!”
UPDATE (WKOW) -— Peoria County Sheriff’s officials say the explosives found in checked luggage at The Peoria International Airport Thursday were found to be a demonstration bomb.
Police at a press conference said the woman is a trainer who travels to abortion clinics with the demonstration bomb to teach them what bombs look like.
Officials say no charges have been brought against the woman at this time.
We will continue to update this story as we learn more.
I was kind of wondering the same thing myself.
You were close. It was just training materials.
This will never play in Peoria.
See, the system worked! /S
Bet she was a plant. Just Obama showing us how safe we are.
Donald Trump is going to need more events like this and stories of American jobs leaving for Mexico / China.
This has not been a good week for him.
Demonstration bomb? WTF?
Thanks for posting.
Where’s that little ah now?
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