This is Zionist propaganda, not good journalism. Good journalism requires that it be explained that many people, with good reason, do not believe the "official" stories.
The first two so-called attempted attacks have been credibly disputed.
There are very credible eyewitnesses to deceptions by the authorities. Therefore, one should take this latest story with a block of salt.
A good news agency and reporter would report about the reasons why hundreds of thousands don't believe the official version of the underwear-bomber story. He was allowed on that plane over the objections of airport security. He was on the no-fly list, and it has been reported that the CIA was contacted about whether or not to let him board. They okayed it according to alternative-news sources.
I've seen bits where the CIA has tried to shine a different light on it, but they weren't convincing.
Over the past three years, al-Qaida bomb makers in Yemen have developed three fiendishly clever devices in hopes of attacking airplanes in the skies above the United States.