The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), working with US intelligence experts, built a large personal electronic device (PED) laden with explosives and tested it “on a real airplane, on the ground [and] pressurized,” US Department of Homeland Security  (DHS) secretary John Kelly said last week at a security forum event in Aspen, Colorado. “To say the least, it destroyed the airplane,” Kelly said. Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum July 19, Kelly ...

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