A former cargo handler on a reconnaissance mission in an alleged plot to blow up New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport marveled at the lack of security for jet fuel storage tanks there, according to tapes played July 6 at his terror trial. “You can’t believe how a place like Kennedy can be so (lax),” the former cargo handler said in a videotape recorded in January 2007. “No soldier. Nothing at all. ... The tanks ain’t got one person.” The grainy videotape of cargo handler in a front passenger seat was played in federal court in Brooklyn, New York during the testimony by another person, who went undercover to make a series of secret tapes. Prosecutors say the 66-year-old cargo handler, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Guyana, and his accomplice wanted to kill thousands of people and cripple the American economy by using explosives to blow up the fuel tanks.