Skyjacker of the Day“We’re going to bomb Oak Ridge”: The hijacking that gave us airport security.
Skyjacker of the DayThomas Robinson hijacked a plane to protest Cuba’s emigration policy. He was 16.
Skyjacker of the DayThe grenade-wielding-hijacker-turned-SAT-tutor who evaded the authorities for nearly three decades.
Skyjacker of the DayAnthony Bryant took a plane to Cuba to buy bazookas for the Black Panthers. Fidel Castro wasn’t happy to see him.
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Skyjacker of the Day“I am trying to save America, to save the whole world, because we are all crazy.”
Skyjacker of the DayHe had a shotgun, dynamite, a collapsible shovel, a pup tent, candy bars, and a dark-blue parachute. What could go wrong?
Skyjacker of the DayArthur Gates Barkley believed the IRS had overcharged him by $471.78. So he commandeered a jet and demanded $100 million.
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