Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR13 - (Sask-Airport-Apology)

REGINA. x-08s. A Saskatchewan woman says she wants an apology for being detained for six hours at the Regina International Airport and having her laptop destroyed. The bomb squad was called, passengers were moved out of the security area, planes were grounded and Tracey Britton was held for six hours after her laptop drew the attention of security screeners. Britton says she has flown out of the Regina airport with the laptop in the past without a problem.

("...going on.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Regina police say there were at least three separate assessments of the laptop that came to the conclusion that it may contain an explosive.

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PR12 - (Sask-Airport-Apology)

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