Traveler with dagger passes through JFK checkpoint

03/5/2012 | New York Post

A terminal at New York's John F. Kennedy International airport was closed for nearly two hours after a traveler with a dagger passed through a security checkpoint. Transportation Security Administration agents identified the knife only after the traveler passed through the security checkpoint. The TSA did not notify the police until 10 minutes after the agent identified the knife. The traveler was arrested but told the TSA that her father, an antiques dealer, gave her the knife for protection.

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