TORONTO, ON - A Canada Customs official is adamant that he adhered to procedural guidelines and did not deviate from protocol when clearing three suspected terrorists through customs at Toronto's Pearson International Airport.
Dayle Morrison, a senior Canada Customs official, claims that he noticed nothing suspicious about the three individuals, who claimed to be Canadian citizens returning from abroad.
"All their paperwork was in order. How was I to know they were terror suspects?" said Morrison. "They even had Canadian passports."
The alleged terrorists were apprehended soon afterward, when a baggage handler became suspicious of their heavy, warhead-shaped luggage and quickly notified security.
The Canadian passport has come under scrutiny of late, as a number of international security organizations insist that it is much too easy to forge. Customs Canada, however, remains insistent that there is nothing wrong with the Canadian passport, and says that it will allow Canadians to continue to wear the hairstyle that is also commonly referred to as a mullet.