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May 2nd, 2012
01:47 PM ET

New terror threat: 'body bombs'

A chilling new threat has emerged, and terror experts say it's something terrorists could try in an effort to avoid detection at airports and other locations in the United States: taking explosives and surgically inserting them inside a terrorist's body.


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  1. kevinkatovic

    What I think is anyone that is willing to kill themselves or others is a few bricks short of a load. As far as Homeland just wanting to keep people busy really ted? I mean haven't they been doing that for years already? The government wasting money and wanting to create fake terror lists just to give someone a reason to fly around the world and burn up tax payers money? Really Ted? Seriously?

    And yes I said I liked that pick and then look what they did to GMCR today in after hours. I SAID CMGR!!! NOT GMCR these guys cant understand a word that comes out of my mouth.

    The fact that people would have either a bomb surgically implanted in body cavities or swallow them etc is so far left of extreme I dont know how to answer that one.

    What they need is Mind readers at the TSA not better bomb screeners.

    May 2, 2012 at 5:41 pm | Reply
  2. ted

    Half of this is just Homeland Security trying to keep their jobs secure. I would like real news not what ifs and maybe's

    May 2, 2012 at 2:32 pm | Reply

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