I just happened to think about the shoe-bomber guy who was sub-dued by all the passengers on the plane.
Anyway, last week on the news about his trial they brought up something about a doctor sedating him with some drug (which I can not remember the name of...but it was not versed) and he claims he was still under the influence when his rights were read to him. Therefore, his trial should be thrown out. They even had an anesthesiaologist testify that these drugs do have mind-altering effects. Or something like that. Which I already know is true lol.
Now here is my question in relation to all of this. The biggest one is, why in the world would a doctor carry those drugs in his "onboard luggage, even a syringe with which to administer the drugs. I would think that with drugs such as those, that they would be controled substances and therefore could not be transported in that manner.
Let me know what you guys think about this.