Travel + Law News From Around The World:
- Second Dry Ice Bomb Goes Off At LAX within 48 hours along with two other devices found unexploded. No injuries reported. Early police reports indicate they suspect a disgruntled employee yet to be identified, as such areas where the bombs were located required special clearance.
- One device exploded in an employee men’s room Sunday. An exploded bottle was found that night on the tarmac near the international terminal, but an employee threw it away. The same employee found an unexploded bottle Monday evening and then reported his earlier find.
- Dry Ice Bomb? – What happens when you melt dry ice in an enclosed bottle? Watch the explosion at 5,000 frames per second, but DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME.
- PEK Bomber Sentenced to Six Years for detonating a homemade bomb that injured the defendant and a nearby police officer. He claimed it was in protest for his beating by police in 2005. Ji Zhongxing, 34, lost his hand while detonating the explosives at Terminal 3.
- Further backstory on the bomber can be found in Ji Zhongxing: From petitioner to bomber
- Air Berlin is facing a lawsuit from a grieving dog owner after he was offered a €100 voucher (~$135) as compensation for the death of his pet during a flight.
- A controversial new immigration court near Paris’s CDG opened Monday despite opposition by lawyers and human rights groups. Critics say the court’s location hinders the legal process and contravenes the foundations of France’s judicial system, as evidenced by the airplanes heard overhead.