How Unusual Was Infiltration Effort That Stopped Bomb Plot?

Aired: 5/9/2012 | 0:06:55 | Clip
A would-be bomber who was supposed to blow up a U.S.-bound airliner turned out to be a Saudi who had infiltrated al-Qaida's Yemen-based branch. Jeffrey Brown, NPR's Dina Temple Raston and security consultant Philip Mudd discuss what details are known about the operation and how it compares with other counterterrorism efforts.