TSA agents find "debrainer," explosives training device at checkpoints

03/27/2012 | Government Security

Transportation Security Administration agents detected a martial arts “debrainer” weapon and a device used to train explosives experts at airport security checkpoints last week, wrote the TSA's Blogger Bob Burns. Agents at the Seattle/Tacoma International Airport found the training device, which was inert. The "debrainer" was found by agents at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. “I’m not sure what this is actually called, but I’m sure in the right hands, this implement of death is quite capable of extracting a brain," Burns wrote.

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