Skip to comments.Scent-Killing Machine Could Be Sweet Choice for Terrorists
Posted on 04/22/2010 2:17:03 PM PDT by Doogle
Would-be homicide bombers looking to skirt the keen noses of bomb-sniffing dogs can find everything they need at their local hunting store.
There, for about $300, they can buy a compact ozone machine that hunters use to mask human smells. It's a fairly low-tech device that will enable them to walk undetected past the K-9 units stationed to sniff out explosives at airports, train stations and bus depots.
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Wouldn’t people pick up on the smell of ozone? It’s a pretty unmistakable smell.
Far out, Dude! As a drug smuggler I have looking for something like this! Thanks, Dude!
The Al Quida Times can add this to their list of “let’s help the terrorists” articles.
if the guy ahead of you in line has a full beard and smells like dog poo that’s just been hit by lightning, GRAB HIM!
Heh, these devices were invented by environmentalists to combat indoor air pollution at home;work environs.
To this day, more of these units are sold for this than for hunting.
WTF is up with the hunting angle?
At least they’ll replenish the ozone layer. /S
It may mask human smells but i don’t believe muzzies are human.
The dogs aren’t trained to smell humans, they are trained to smell explosives. The idiot writing the article has no clues WTF it’s talking about.
don’t travel to Marrakesh.
I can tell you one industry that can use a scent killing maching: any airline that has service to Mombai. My eyes and lungs were burning the whole flight.
Note to security, detain all muslims that smell of a spring rain storm.
"ahhh chit, dinner time too"
Good thing terrorists hate FOX News and refuse to watch it.
this has probably been known for a while....what would be interesting is to track the purchasers, or shipments
This technology doesn’t fool a deer’s nose. It won’t fool a dog’s nose either. It’s a deer hunting marketing dodge...
The real shame is that some posters swallowed the headline.
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