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2 bills that so many people "forget" they_re
carrying them. But every month or so, a gun owner lugs a firearm through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at
one of the Washington region_s three airports. The
gun-toting passengers_ stories, though similar, are still somewhat incredible.
How, after all, does one "forget" he or she was walking around with a deadly weapon? Often a
loaded deadly weapon? In a place that makes you take
off your shoes and surrender your pocketknife or bottle or water?

Yet last year alone, the TSA intercepted a record 2,653 firearms in carry-on luggage
at airport checkpoints around the country. That compares with 2,
212 in 2014. The TSA seized 20 firearms at Dulles International Airport, 14 at Reagan National Airport, and 16 at
Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport.

As we noted in a previous posting, these urban and
suburban cowboys at the very least gum up the lines.
They pose a potential threat to screeners and fellow passengers.
They are walking proof that perhaps they should not
be allowed to own a firearm, let alone carry one. Among the people who have been charged with unlawful possession of a
firearm on airport property are a Maryland dentist with a
prior criminal conviction and a Virginia woman who blamed her big
purse. Using Freedom of Information laws, we asked
law enforcement officials for the reports on people
who were arrested for firearms violations at TSA checkpoints last
year and then tried to reach them.

In this installment, we give you a stepfather
who was carrying his stepson_s handgun, a businessman who has permits to carry in more
than three dozen states, and an attorney. Michael J.

Rada, Jr. is a businessman. He is also a firearms collector.

He is licensed to carry a concealed firearm in 37 states.
"It was stupidity. It was an error," Rada, of Grasonville, Md., said.
But to hear Rada tell it, he forgot he had the gun at the
airport because weeks earlier he had been trying to game the law.
Then, a few weeks later as he was preparing to fly out of
BWI, he forgot that the gun was in his bag.

"So all of a sudden I_m going through security, and all of a sudden 15 cops show up," Rada, 58, said.
When the gun came up on a TSA X-ray screen, Maryland Transportation Authority Police stopped Rada, confirmed that it was his bag and asked
him if he owned a handgun, the District Court charging document says.
Rada acknowledged that he owned a gun and told police that he might have forgotten about it because he was going hunting.
The gun had one round in the chamber and 10 in the magazine, the court document
says. Rada said he wasn_t really scared as the police
handcuffed him and booked him on charges of illegally carrying a handgun and interfering with
security procedures. "I just kept my wits about me.

I was very professional. They were very professional," Rada said.
"They were more nervous than I was. Ronald D. Frye, 43, told police he "took the gun from his stepson"
and forgot he had placed it in his carry-on, a police report filed after the Aug.
20 incident at BWI says. The gun had eight rounds in the magazine; none was in the chamber.
Frye, a Washington, D.C. San Francisco out of BWI, was charged with the
two counts usually filed in such instances, illegal
possession of a handgun and interference with security procedures.
But he also was charged with illegal possession of a handgun because he
had been previously convicted of a crime of violence, the
police report says. He also was charged with having a stolen gun and possession of
marijuana. He did not return telephone calls to his home seeking comment.

John C. Penberthy III, who is a licensed attorney in Voorhees, N.J., gave an account to police
that suggested he was waltzing through a TSA checkpoint with
a gun because he didn_t want it to fall into a child_s hands.

For all his noble intentions, Penberthy was arrested on June 3, 2015, at BWI while carrying a Smith 22: Levine, R.A., Clem, D., Beagle, J.,
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4 Ganeles, J., Lai, C.H., Judowski, G.A. Listgarten, M.A.,
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An incidence of approximately one case of median maxillary anterior alveolar cleft in each 100 patients examined was noted in a
sample population registered at the University of Maryland Dental Clinic.
The data from sixty-six human fetal palates indicates that an epithelial proliferation in the area of the maxillary frenum's attachment to the developing
alveolar ridge may serve as a source of epithelia rests.
It is proposed that these rests may act to interfere mechanically with the closure of the premaxillary suture area, thereby creating a median maxillary anterior alveolar
cleft. Furthermore, it seems possible that these rests could
provide a source of epithelium for the formation of
the rare median alveolar cyst.
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