The effective use of multiple layers of intelligence gathering, including existing behavioral identification programs, could have excluded the murderous Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab from travel before he got anywhere near Northwest Right 253 on Christmas Day - so says University at Buffalo (N.Y.) behavioral scientist and security researcher Mark G. Frank, who explains that, although Mutallab made his way through some security levels, Behavioral science techniques could have detected him once he was at the airport.
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