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Duane Jackson, a 21-year-old from east London, arrived at Atlanta airport in 1999. Head down, he collected his suitcase from the conveyor belt and darted straight toward the “Nothing to Declare” lane.
“Step this way please,” a member of airport security interrupted, before Jackson had reached the anonymity of the arrival lounge.
After a close but inconsequential inspection of his suitcase, Jackson nervously nudged his shoulder bag behind him, hoping it would be ignored.
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