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Old 09-15-2019, 08:47 AM
 
Location: Elysium
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The story I read said they caught her at the gate, so it sounds like she got it through security??? That has to be incorrect.
The last time I went through was the day after that Indonesian family went on a bombing spree and we went through 3 separate metal detectors. The People story suggests the child was hidden at the counter and immigration checkpoints but out while passing initial weapons screen but she was caught at the gate.
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Old Yesterday, 06:28 AM
 
Location: Oregon Coast
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Wow she is in a lot of trouble.

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Officials said no government travel approval had been issued for the baby, prompting them to file human trafficking charges against Talbot. The charges carry a maximum penalty of life imprisonment. Talbot also violated at least two other laws on child abuse, kidnapping and illegal detention, the NBI said.
U.S. Woman Arrested in Philippines After Baby Found in Bag _ Time
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Old Today, 03:03 PM
 
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Another thing is the age of the newborn. Airlines have restrictions for the minimum age of an infant (for medical reasons). I believe that for most airlines a baby needs to be at least two weeks old and some airlines require an infant to be at least a month old.

A friend of mine adopted a baby (legally), from another state, and took the baby home on an airplane when it was only (I believe) four days old. They lied to the airline about the infants age. Luckily, the infant did not have any problems but, IMHO, it was pretty risky.
What is the danger of transporting a baby under a month old?
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Old Today, 03:12 PM
 
Location: Oregon Coast
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What is the danger of transporting a baby under a month old?
From what I can find, the age is two weeks or even less. I believe the reason is to make sure the baby is healthy enough to fly. They don't want a newborn having medical issues on the flight.
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