An airline pilot is accused of trying to board a flight at Buffalo for New York City with a loaded revolver in his bag, and authorities believe hed been flying with it for two days. The U.S. Attorneys Office charged 52-year-old Brett Dieter of Barbersville, Va., with possessing a concealed firearm. A screener spotted the .357 Magnum before Dieter boarded Friday at Buffalo Niagara International Airport.
Another small hole in airport security: Regional airports are more open to screening irregularities despite feeding planes into major metro areas.
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