RE: Analysis from a JHU CS Prof

From: Dan Hollis []
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 12:47 AM

> Locked bulletproof door to the cockpit. Survelliance cameras in the
> passenger compartments. That all which was needed to foil
the attack. Now
> I think it's time to ask why this isn't the standard procedure?

Or they could just fly plainclothes armed marshals on US flights.

Apparently they tried this years ago, but stopped because it was
"uneconomical". I guess the airlines have figured out how to
put a dollar
amount on human lives.

excuse me, but I don't think that the airlines were paying for those
marshals. Please look towards uncle sugar, for that gaff.

The US government paid for the marshals' airplane tickets?