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7 Jan, 2010 20:53

Full body scanners can’t solve everything

President Obama will soon outline details from a declassified report on the December 25 airline bomb plot. Juli Weiner, editor at Wonkette.com, thinks that more work should be done before suspects get to the airport.

The U.S. President has come down hard on the intelligence community for not preventing the unsuccessful attack.

"I don’t think the full-body scanners are going to do the whole lot," Weiner told RT. "I think once [suspects] are actually at the airport, there is only so much that can be done there. Literally millions of people fly every day, so I think it’s just not really a reasonable expectation that so much work can be done at the airport or on the flight. I think most of the work should be done before.”