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Hijacker Arrested After More Than 40 Years

Luis Armando Pena Soltren was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday for his role in a 1968 hijacking of a Pan Am flight bound for Puerto Rico. What do you think?
  • "I once took some extra peanuts on a flight out of JFK, but I had the good sense not to go back there."

    Debbie Schroeder
    CFO
  • "This gives me hope that, maybe not today, and maybe not tomorrow, but perhaps 41 years from now, the authorities will find my bike."

    Marc Shapiro
    Systems Analyst
  • "Thanks a lot. I had finally managed to forget that day. Now, suddenly, it's November 24, 1968 again, I'm in 7A next to some chatty French tourist, and someone with a pistol is trying to explain to me the difference between Puerto Rico and Cuba."

    Jordan Gotschall
    Facing Slitter
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