Tony Aguilera, an explosives specialist for the Transportation Security Administration, holds a fake peanut butter and jelly sandwich that he has used to conceal simulated explosives at TSA checkpoints to test screeners. Aguilera was speaking at a press conference at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017.
Tony Aguilera, an explosives specialist for the Transportation Security Administration, holds a fake peanut butter and jelly sandwich that he has used to conceal simulated explosives at TSA checkpoints to test screeners. Aguilera was speaking at a press conference at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Richard Stradling rstradling@newsobserver.com
Tony Aguilera, an explosives specialist for the Transportation Security Administration, holds a fake peanut butter and jelly sandwich that he has used to conceal simulated explosives at TSA checkpoints to test screeners. Aguilera was speaking at a press conference at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Richard Stradling rstradling@newsobserver.com

At the TSA checkpoint, sometimes a sandwich is something more sinister

October 06, 2017 01:06 PM

UPDATED October 07, 2017 02:37 PM

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