Seattle Airplane Theft Prompts Terror-Security Worries

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Experts say the incident, in which an airline employee took off and then crashed on a sparsely populated island, will prompt a rethink of how to secure aircraft at airports. The employee, Richard Russell, had worked at Horizon Air for 3½ years as a ground-service agent and didn’t have a pilot’s license . . .

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