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WHY NOT USE SNIFFER ANIMALS AT AIRPORTS AROUND THE WORLD TO FOIL THESE TERRORISTS?

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Submitted by PAUL COUPLAND (Canada), Jan 12, 2010 at 19:02

I can't believe that our security experts are not taking full advantage of the enhanced sniffing & detection capabilities of trained sniffing animals. Perhaps we should be using them along with electronic technology at airport terminals to block & arrest all those whose intent is to destroy us!

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