Skip to comments.#BREAKING: Police arrest airport employee in connection with dry ice explosions at LAX.
Posted on 10/15/2013 10:00:32 PM PDT by barmag25
#BREAKING: Police arrest airport employee in connection with dry ice explosions at LAX.
-Headline only. Still developing.
Keep us up to date.
Any names yet? Did they have an Obama bumper sticker?
A law enforcement official briefed on the investigation who wasn’t authorized to speak publicly told the Associated Press that 28-year-old Dicarlo Bennett, a Servisair employee, was arrested late Tuesday.
probably not the smartest thing Mr. Dicarlo ever did.
I don’t think the link will work on this thread because it is from the mobile version not desktop.
I never would have guessed.
Not only that, but my attention is drawn elsewhere, to more important matters.
I’ll leave the dog and pony show to the liberals.
What a damn doofus.
Makes a loud bang and you lose your job.
Reminds me of the idiot Disneyland employee who did the same thing many months back
Twitter link is broken.
Pressure "explosion", not the shrapnel-type from something like a grenade, unless you sealed it in a metal- or ceramic- composure container, but the damage is more on the nerves than physical. Barring any unfortunately-aimed shards.
Again, just guessing. Having seen the odd YouTube vidpost or two...
Facebook page looks scrubbed or he never posted anything.
Why not pop a paper bag behind your bosses head at 6 Am while he is taking a sip of hot coffee?
When dry ice sublimates it turns from a solid to a gas. If the pressure is high enough it turns back into a liquid if it is below the critical temperature. At that temperature however, the pressure is close to 1000 PSI.
So yes, if dry ice is placed in a container when it adsorbs enough heat it will explode when the pressure exceeds what the container can withstand.
Much ado about nothing. If this is the only reason we have airport cops chasing this, then we are doomed. The dinosaur media once again shows its idiocy.
Works fine for me on my PC.
confine it in a closed container and as it begins to warm up and vaporize the pressure builds. Does this answer your question....?
They ARE the airport cops!
That is the problem!
Yup. I was thinking of a high explosive event. Dry ice isn’t a high explosive.
A dust explosion got us the biggest boom along with flames.
This is the stuff you used to do as a kid. Now it's something Homeland Security goes nuts over.
What’s next? LAX under siege from a potato mortar cannon? We used to fire tennis balls over a hundred yards with campbell’s soup cans with the ends cut out and duct taped together except for the last one you made a small hole to spray in the ronson lighter fluid and stuff the fuse.
I heard that they halted the walk-arounds sometime after 2006, but it went on for way too long. This was probably some type of test run to see how ground security would react.
Looks like a member of Holder’s people.
Cremora coffee creamer explodes, too.
(It's probably a good thing that kid isn't a Mooselimb.)
May have it set to where only friends can view his profile.
LA times has an article out now:
not real clear if he is now employed as a ramp supervisor or former ramp supervisor, but was confirmed he does work for ServisAir
Yep. Ler’s keep patting grandmas and toddlers down.
Chertoff’made milions off of terrorism by selling body scanners. Maybe they’ll now come up with a dry ice scanner. Gen Smedley Butler had it right.
Wag the dog for muslim usurper...
This day and age, if one farts out loud, one will get arrested.
Another similar inside job at Disneyland a while back.
On 9/11, the box cutters were likely planted on the plane by somebody on the ground cleaning crew. After 9/11, there was an announcement that box cutters were found on two other planes that never took off.
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