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12-11-10, 05:52 PM #1
16-year-old stowed away inside plane's wheel well and fell to his deathA North Carolina teenager whose body was found in a Boston suburb last month had most likely stowed away inside a plane’s wheel well and fallen as it lowered its landing gear, the authorities said Friday.
The remains of the youth, Delvonte Tisdale, 16, were found in a quiet neighborhood in Milton, Mass., on Nov. 15, below a flight path to Logan Airport.
“It appears more likely than not that Mr. Tisdale was able to breach airport security and hide in the wheel well of a commercial jet airliner without being detected by airport security,” William R. Keating, Norfolk County district attorney, said at a news conference on Friday afternoon.
12-11-10, 08:20 PM #2
We need a federally fuunded program to educate 16 year olds about the dangers of hitchiking on commercial jets.
Dipshit won't do that again.
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12-11-10, 08:56 PM #3
Wonder if he was crushed when they went "wheels-up" or if he froze to death during the flight before he fell.
Doesn't really matter I guess, since DRT is still DRT.
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12-12-10, 10:03 AM #4
Thats taking the slogan "Deltas ready when you are" a bit far. Take Grayhound and leave the driving to us.
12-12-10, 02:10 PM #5
I wonder at what point did he realize his plan was a tad bit ill conceived.
TSA must have been too busy groping little old ladies to notice the kid.SI VIS PACEM PARA BELLUM-Ex-Sheriff Martin Howe to Will Kane in "High Noon"
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