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Cork airport incident last night
#1
We all heard about it saw the news this evening, big enough Garda response also

Hear audio from the flight before it landed

http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-new...er-6660221

I know emergencies happy daily like today 2 in Dublin right after each other but this is very strange one, making news with Fox News also


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#2
Fox News?
Have they blamed it on ISIS ?
The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are filled with doubts while the stupid people are full of confidence...
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#3
(19-10-2015, 07:15 PM)Brigade Wrote: Fox News?
Have they blamed it on ISIS ?

Or Obama
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(19-10-2015, 07:37 PM)Tactimule Wrote:
(19-10-2015, 07:15 PM)Brigade Wrote: Fox News?
Have they blamed it on ISIS ?

Or Obama

Strangely but they didn't blame isis or Obama


Like the way in the article they call it cork police
http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2015/10/19...ies-woman/



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#5
Straight away I said he swallowed something and it ruptured.

Seems now the woman travelling with him was arrested on suspicion of carrying drugs. Maybe for once I'm right

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(19-10-2015, 08:53 PM)EMTeabreak Wrote: Straight away I said he swallowed something and it ruptured.

Seems now the woman travelling with him was arrested on suspicion of carrying drugs. Maybe for once I'm right

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Yup reports tonight they found number of packages


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#7
Without going into the old shite again but if APS are dealing with airport incidents why such a large AGS response. Surely APS should be able to deal with incidents like this, detain & put in a holding cell until such time as AGS get a vehicle up there to hand over. While I'm asking questions how come APS just don't deal with the matter in it's entirety ie prosecuting. Would this not free up very limited AGS resources.
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Because they're not really Police, they're more or less just security guards.
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#9
AGS response was required to taje statements from all passengers and crew onboard. Drugs were suspected from the offset, so criminal investigation was always going to begin once the aircraft landed. Airoort Police are not equipped, trained or given the legal basis to handle this situation.

They are basically Airport security, handy to detain somebody until AGS arrive. Customs, and soon INIS, have same (and actually more) authority in Airports than airport police.

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(20-10-2015, 01:19 PM)irish medic Wrote: Without going into the old shite again but if APS are dealing with airport incidents why such a large AGS response. 

Simply? There was a death on board a flight. It was a potential crime scene. You need people to secure the same, identify witnesses or potential suspects, interview witnesses and manage the required personnel (doctor to declare, SOC to photograph and record the scene and undertakers).
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Thanks lads
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