Object Lessons: Evan Booth’s Post-Checkpoint Airport Weapons

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Jah-Wren Ryel writes “In early-2013, independent security researcher, Evan ‘treefort’ Booth, began working to answer one simple question: Can common items sold in airports after the security screening be used to build lethal weapons? As it turns out, even a marginally ‘MacGyver-esque’ attacker can breeze through terminal gift shops, restaurants, magazine stands and duty-free shops to find everything needed to wage war on an airplane.” We mentioned Evan’s work several months back; now his not-just-a-thought-experiment exploration of improvised weapons has been cleaned up and organized, so you don’t have to watch his (fascinating) talks to experience the wonders of the Chucks of Liberty (video) or the Fragguccino (video).

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