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Cablegate: Incident in Domestic Terminal of Trudeau Airport

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

092036Z Jul 04

UNCLAS MONTREAL 000931

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR S/ES-O, WHA/CAN AND CA/OCS

OTTAWA FOR RSO

SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED

E.0. 12958:N/A
TAGS: ASEC CASC EAIR CA
SUBJECT: INCIDENT IN DOMESTIC TERMINAL OF TRUDEAU AIRPORT


Airport Security Investigations informed Supervisory DHS
Inspector at the Pre-clearance Facility in Pierre Elliott
Trudeau (formerly Dorval) Airport that it intercepted at
09:12am today (July 9) a Canadian citizen (Pierre BERNARD,
DPOB: 07/29/1952, Canada) at the domestic security
checkpoint with a loaded 22-caliber automatic pistol. He
had been scheduled to board an Air Canada flight to Calgary
before local authorities prevented him from doing so.
Should additional information be developed on this incident,
as it relates to the security of DHS personnel assigned to
Trudeau Airport or the general welfare of U.S. citizens
traveling through the airport or on Air Canada, post will
report it accordingly.
ALLEN

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