I WOULD LIKE TO COMMENT on what Mr. McPherson has said from two different points of view. In the first place, I would like to talk about the development of air law, international air law, through the treaties he has mentioned. I would also like to talk a little bit about the fact that the air law problem is one with a minor exception referred to in the Montreal Sabotage Agreement,' which really takes account of what you do with the hijacker after the hijacking has occurred, and you have him in your clutches. It does not talk too much about what you can do to prevent it; that comes through another avenue, another channel.
Boyle, Robert P.
"Recent Developments in Aerial Hijacking: The Role of International Negotiation,"
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