Smuggled Bomb Looks Like Prevailing Plane Theory

International passengers departing Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh continued to line up for flights on Sunday, as the first of three teams of Russian inspectors was dispatched to the country to examine airport security following the Oct. 31 airline disaster that killed all 224 people onboard.

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for its downing and U.S. and British officials say intelligence shows it was likely brought down by a bomb on board. Authorities are reportedly interrogating airport personnel, an indication that perhaps the bomb was smuggled aboard with some airport security assistance.

ABC’s Tom Rivers joined us from London to discuss.