FBI Offering $10,000 For Help In Curbing Laser Strikes

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FBI Offering $10,000 For Help In Curbing Laser Strikes

The FBI has announced a new rewards program offering $10,000 to anyone who can provide information leading to the arrest of individuals who point handheld lasers at aircraft, incidents known as “laser strikes” or “lasing.” What you think?

  • “No way. Do you have any idea what laser gangs do to snitches?”

    Lynn McGill
    Wood Sander
  • “The Constitution clearly states that I can be as big a prick as I want.”

    Rob Deery
    Systems Analyst
  • “I just point my finger at the pilot. They know.”

    Morgan Glickman
    Stock Portfolio Analyst
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