Community, charity & causes

Florida Airport Shooting - Are airports still safe

37
alexis-vega
alexis-vegaHost

Expired
Host
I can't understand how this could happen in an airport especially after 9/11.
2 y
Host
This is disappointing! I just found out today and it made me sad. I think he was a US veteran which makes the story even sadder.
2 y
Host
That is scary! US Airports are stricter now and yet this happens.
2 y
Host
This is sad! I will be praying for those victims and their families. Only a great evil can possess a man to take the lives of another. This is a terrible tragedy.
2 y
Host
This is so horrible! No matter how tight your security is, when somebody really wants to do something bad, they will find a way.
2 y
Host
This is so terrible! ???? I hope there will some kind of peace soon.
2 y
Host
I think the US government is already strict with their security checks. What more can they do so this won't happen again. This is so sad.
2 y
Host
This is so scary. I didn't know, until now, that guns can be checked in. There's a solution though. Maybe, the bags with checked in guns should be handed over separately to the owners, in an area where there are less people, and towards the exit so lesser risk of this happening again.
Edited
2 y
Host
I don't understand how the gun could have slipped pass the scanner. bottles of liquid can be detected but not guns? is it made of plastic resin? There is no reason they didn't catch this during x-ray unless it was let pass on purpose.
2 y
Host
I don't understand how the gun could have slipped pass the scanner. bottles of liquid can be detected but not guns? is it made of plastic resin? There is no reason they didn't catch this during x-ray unless it was let pass on purpose.
In the US, guns are allowed inside checked in luggages. They allow it. They just have a few rules on how but basically, it's allowed. There are a lot of gun owners in the US so this would be a major issue if guns won't be permitted in checked in luggages. I'm not sure how other countries do it.
2 y