Wednesday, February 15, 2012

TSA Officers Focus on Security, not Good Looks

The internet is abuzz with posts, tweets and news articles regarding allegations that TSA officers required a passenger to go through a body scanner multiple times because she was attractive.

First, I want to reassure all passengers that TSA does not profile passengers.   

Second, I’m pleased to inform all concerned parties that every single one of our millimeter wave units in the field, including those at Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW airport), have been equipped for quite some time with privacy software that no longer displays a specific image of the person being screened.

The monitor is mounted on the scanner itself, and here’s what both the passenger and officer see:

AIT ATR Monitor
That’s it. In fact, if there are no alarms, a green screen with “OK” is all that’s displayed. There is no longer a need for an officer to review images in a remote location because there are no longer any privacy concerns with the image. 

Even when we did review the images in a remote room, they looked more like fuzzy photo negatives than the images that some make them out to be. Furthermore, it’s not TSA’s policy to scan passengers multiple times. 

We have no record of the passenger filing a complaint when this allegedly occurred more than six months ago. Had it been reported to TSA at that time, we could have reviewed CCTV and interviewed the officers. We were instead notified about these allegations by the media more than six months after the alleged incident. 

In situations such as these, passengers should use Talk to TSA to contact a customer support manager at the airport they traveled through. Passengers can also call our contact center. We want to hear from you, good or bad. We take your feedback seriously and will use the details you provide to look into your concerns. 

Our backscatter units (another type of body scanner) will eventually use the same software and still required the need of an officer in a remote private location to view the images. That officer never sees the passenger, just their image. In case you’re wondering, DFW only has millimeter wave units.

When it all comes down to it, our officers are focusing on keeping passengers safe, not their good looks.

If you’d like to comment on an unrelated topic you can do so in our Off Topic Comments post. You can also view our blog post archives or search our blog to find a related topic to comment in. If you have a travel related issue or question that needs an immediate answer, you can contact a Customer Support Manager at the airport you traveled, or will be traveling through by using Talk to TSA.

67 comments:

Anonymous said...

OO! OO! Lemme be the first!

"Bob, you're lying. The media always tells the truth. The poor passenger THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!"

Thank!

NateTheGreat said...

Really great work TSA! It's great that technology keeps moving forward like this! :-D

Anonymous said...

every single one of our millimeter wave units in the field

What about the backscatter x-ray machines?

In case you’re wondering, DFW only has millimeter wave units.

What about 6 months ago? (See below)

We have no record of the passenger filing a complaint when this allegedly occurred more than six months ago. Had it been reported to TSA at that time, we could have reviewed CCTV and interviewed the officers.

1) Did all your MM wave machines have you're wonderful Generic Figure software "more than six months ago"??

2) "Hi, TSA employee? I'd like to make a complaint about you...." That'd work real well.

Anonymous said...

The internet is abuzz with posts, tweets and news articles regarding allegations that TSA officers required a passenger to go through a body scanner multiple times because she was attractive.

First, I want to reassure all passengers that TSA does not profile passengers.


There are lots and lots of accusations of this type out there.

I guess you want us to believe every single person is lying (to what end??), while the TSA (which could be in a lot of trouble if the allegations are true) is telling the complete and unvarnished truth.

RB said...

So is it TSA's claim that this incident did not happen?

Jim Huggins said...

Notice, of course, that TSA never denies that this event actually happened.

"TSA does not profile passengers" ... but that doesn't mean the TSOs on duty at the time didn't profile, even if it wasn't agency policy to do so.

Scanners "have been equipped for quite some time with privacy software" ... but no statement as to whether or not that software was in place at the time of the alleged incident.

"It's not TSA's policy to scan passengers multiple times" ... but, again, no statement that the individual TSOs acted in accordance with that policy.

"We have no record of the passenger filing a complaint" ... so, now it's the victim's fault that, after being ogled, she didn't call the agency employing the oglers to ask about it?

Yawn.

(Hey, at least you've moved to using ReCaptcha.)

Anonymous said...

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Curtis said...

Question- can a TSO freely leave the passenger screening area, and enter the remote private area? If that is allowed, then the officer would see both the passenger and the naked image. Is it at all possible that this has ever happened?

Anonymous said...

Still nothing about the insulin pump. You won't sweep that one under the rug; I will keep reminding you until you actually address the situation. People with disabilities and medical conditions should be assisted, not harassed.

Anonymous said...

It is quite clear you do not focus on security, since if you did, you would not use those machines, which promote too many false positives and (dangerously) allow false negatives.

Your focus is the illusion of security.

Anonymous said...

First, I want to reassure all passengers that TSA does not profile passengers.

First, the TSA can't even reassure us that TSO's don't steal from passengers.

In situations such as these, passengers should use Talk to TSA to contact a customer support manager at the airport they traveled through. Passengers can also call our contact center. We want to hear from you, good or bad. We take your feedback seriously and will use the details you provide to look into your concerns.

I filed a complaint using Talk t the TSA and the contact information on the TSA website in January regarding an incident over Christmas at MIA.

I never got a response.

The TSA DOES NOT TAKE FEEDBACK SERIOUSLY!

Anonymous said...

Blogger Bob said:
"First, I want to reassure all passengers that TSA does not profile passengers."

Yes you do - it's called your Pre Check program.

Anonymous said...

This post is nothing but a bunch of non-information. You neither confirm nor deny that the incident occurred. What exactly was the point?

Anonymous said...

From day one we had a 'No Re-Scan" ppolicy in place!

Anonymous said...

In 2011, the TSA promised that privacy software would be installed on ALL scanning devices by 2012. Your post now says the privacy software will "eventually" be installed. Yet another mis-representation by the TSA. Your organization is just not credible.

If Americans want to witness extreme government instrusion, visit your local airport.

RB said...

Anonymous said...
From day one we had a 'No Re-Scan" ppolicy in place!

February 16, 2012 9:15 AM

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TSA also says they have a no thieves policy but that hasn't slowed down those TSA employees who pilfer bags.

Anonymous said...

And in other news a TSA trainer in Philadelphia was arrested by Federal authorities for taking a bribe so a TSO could pass a test.

Anonymous said...

Everyone (especially people in charge of Homeland Security) should read the article: After John Tyner: A Five-Step Plan to a Sane Airport Security System. Google if and you will find a link. It will explain why what TSA is doing doesn't work.

Personally, I'm afraid to fly. Not because I'm afraid of flying (something I used to love) but because of the way we're treated by TSA. I had to fly recently, and as an abuse survivor I was reduced to tears by TSA. If what they're doing was something that actually worked, perhaps I wouldn't be as upset? But it doesn't. Read the article. Please!

RB said...

Anonymous said...
From day one we had a 'No Re-Scan" ppolicy in place!

February 16, 2012 9:15 AM

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TSA probably has a policy against this too.

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/139446358.html

"TSA training instructor charged with bribery"

Anonymous said...

Well, Bob, I can only conclude that everyone in this article and everyone of the 500 complaintants are lying: http://tinyurl.com/84zx9lg.

And, this person is lying: http://tinyurl.com/7lorejc

And, this person is lying: http://tinyurl.com/76mc2cv

You really jumped all over this one. You've carefully crafted the spin to draw complete attention to the screens and how they can't possibly be arousing.

Perhaps you should read these articles and blog postings and then address the real issue: Attractive women just standing with their arms raised are in a very vulnerable and submissive position.

Perhaps you should discuss this with your boss: http://tinyurl.com/29zrbp9

[Screen capture made. Verified that no content violates your terms & conditions.]

DBLewis01 said...

I travel several times a year and every time I travel I get scanned. I am NOT a cute girl, but a 6-2 285 lb balding man. I've been scanned in BOS/LAX/DEN/DFW/DTW and other cities. Although some agents may have personal agenda's I believe it is no where near the norm. Personally, I think they do a great job.

Anonymous said...

We were instead notified about these allegations by the media more than six months after the alleged incident.
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Did the TSA reach out to these victims? What was the scope of the TSA investigation?

If TSA really does take complaints seriously, it shouldn't matter how or when the TSA receives the complaint.

Anonymous said...

Bob:

I seriously question your choice of the word "fuzzy" photo when you can clearly make out the female's breasts and the mans genitals in the link you have provided to show us what the TSA agents see. Given the TSAs poor track record of policing its employees from stealing money and iPads and strip-searching old ladies when it is against the rules, it is not hard to believe that TSA agents are also profiling women and likely men to get a second (and in this case third) look at the naked image. As previously mentioned, when are you going to get rid of the naked images on the backscatter X-ray machines as promised would be done by end of 2011? "Eventually" is not an answer!

AK-VStrom said...

Let's see, I can choose to believe the stories told by a handful of random strangers or by Blogger Bob. That's a tough one...(NOT!).

Anonymous said...

"TSA Officers Focus on Security"

I would be interested in anyone reconciling that assertion with the times that the TSA has stopped passengers from bringing a Medal of Honor and (separately) a cupcake onto a plane, or the time the TSA left an obscene note in a passenger's luggage.

Anonymous said...

"We have no record of the passenger filing a complaint when this allegedly occurred more than six months ago. Had it been reported to TSA at that time, we could have reviewed CCTV and interviewed the officers."

And what would you expect your screeners to say? "Oh, you caught us! We selected because she is hot!"

By the way, I have filed two different complaints and I never heard back from anyone so I find it hard to believe that you would all just jump from your desks and spring into action at the receipt of such complaints.

Anonymous said...

The TSA people have a tough job. So who's to blame them if they want a little fun? Anyone that has a gripe should realize that they'd be exposed a lot more in prison searches.

So everybody lighten up.

Anonymous said...

"We have no record of the passenger filing a complaint when this allegedly occurred more than six months ago. Had it been reported to TSA at that time, we could have reviewed CCTV and interviewed the officers. "

Do you have any record of my complaint? Was the CCTV reviewed? Were the screeners (might as well get used to calling them something other than "officers") interviewed?

I have a copy of the complain. Why did I never hear ANYTHING in response?

Bob [not the blogger] said...

How many favorable court decisions have the critics of TSA collected?

Where, in whatever number of court hearings, are the assault convictions?

Where are all the law enforcement arrests of TSOs on complaints of "groping" and "sexual assault"?

RB said...

Anonymous said...
The TSA people have a tough job. So who's to blame them if they want a little fun? Anyone that has a gripe should realize that they'd be exposed a lot more in prison searches.

So everybody lighten up.

February 16, 2012 9:51 PM

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Didn't know we should consider going to the airport the same as getting locked up in a prison. But that does seem to be TSA's point of view doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

Bob,

Several posters have complained that they filed complaints and go no response.

Will you or the TSA take these complaints seriously?

You have seen something, now the question is will you say something?

Nothing too big on the line, just your personal integrity and the integrity of the TSA.

RB said...

Bob you talk about having no record of a complaint.

I filed a complaint against a TSA Screener at DFW. I tried everything I could to find out what the resolution was and to this day I have nothing showing that TSA even investigated.

Somehow I think complaints to TSA are treated just like every thing else the public submits, deny and shred.

Perhaps if TSA had a visible process of complaints, investigation, and resolution of those complaints the public would have a bit of trust in how TSA conducts these investigations.

Today, no one believes TSA is doing any kind of investigation other than efforts to discredit the public.

RB said...

Just curious TSA, is $200 the going rate for instructors to take test for TSA trainees?

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/transportation-security-administration-instructor-at-philadelphia-airport-charged-with-bribery/2012/02/16/gIQA8mjSIR_story.html

RB said...

I have to question the claim that TSA employees focus on security.


TSA Fail: FBI guy explains why TSA is useless

Old Engineer said...

I think Blogger Bob is not living in the real world. Many times I have seen nice looking women pulled aside for additional screening. Not a coincidence!

Anonymous said...

"Where are all the law enforcement arrests of TSOs on complaints of "groping" and "sexual assault"?"

When slavery was legal in this country, there were no arrests for owning slaves. When Jim Crow laws were in effect, there were no arrests for enforcing poll taxes.

Are you saying that Jim Crow and slavery were ok?

Like these examples, the TSA activities will be seen as a grevious breach of Constitutional liberties.

Jim Huggins said...

Anonymous writes: The TSA people have a tough job. So who's to blame them if they want a little fun? Anyone that has a gripe should realize that they'd be exposed a lot more in prison searches.

And there we have it: the new slogan for TSA.

TSA Screening: It's Better Than Prison.

Anonymous said...

"Let's see, I can choose to believe the stories told by a handful of random strangers or by Blogger Bob. That's a tough one...(NOT!)."

I concur. Bob has a reason to "evade" the truth; the protection of the TSA.

Random strangers would profit little, if at all, by reporting the TSA abuses.

(screenshot)

Anonymous said...

"I travel several times a year and every time I travel I get scanned. I am NOT a cute girl, but a 6-2 285 lb balding man. I've been scanned in BOS/LAX/DEN/DFW/DTW and other cities. Although some agents may have personal agenda's I believe it is no where near the norm."

A silly point. I don't think anyone is suggesting that the screening machines were put into place purposely to sexually harass female passengers, just that this screener did so.

The question is how many times have been screened three times?

Anonymous said...

I believe the woman's claim. Why should she have filed a complaint. She just would have been told that "the TSA does not profile passengers." If she had complained she may have been even subjected to worse searches in the future ad DHS is tracking people who are "hostile" to its agency. Regarding a different agency, but similar situation, I was walking behind NYPD officers doing a stop and search in an NYC train station and I heard one cop say to the other "She's cute, let's stop her." Then they called her over and searched an attractive woman's absolutely harmless looking bag. Only women should see the scans or conduct searches of other women. We know it's not TSA's policy to check out hot women, but it may be the policy of some male employees.

Anonymous said...

Well, so he says that TSA does not
profile people. Jus how does he know what eery TSA employee is doing at all times. It may not be a policy to profile, but it is happening !!

@SkyWayManAz said...

The late Gov. Joe Foss almost had his Medal of Honor taken away by screeners but not by TSA. I don't often defend TSA but this happened in January 2002. TSA didn't take over screening until February. It was a highly publicized incident as Gov. Foss was a quite famous man many times over.

Anonymous said...

Go back to private screeners and allow TSA to focus on real security. All modes of transportation are potential targets, yet most of the funds, attention and resources are spent on Aviation. Why? Yes it’s an attractive target for the terrorist, but it is also a great hot topic for the Politician. Who can always reach back and rattle their saber to milk out a few more votes from their constituents. I will give you 100% Screening! That sounds great! But, nothing is 100%. “He who defends everything, defends nothing” – FTG.

By trying to please everyone, what the people have been presented with is “security theater”. These devices (Back Scatter/ M Wave) are capable of showing clear images which can find the threat, but the American people complain and they get a sheet (filter) put over the image, Yay! People win and Security Loses. Are we safer? No, you see the chair under the sheet, but can no longer tell if there is anything on the cushion or if that is the actual back, arm or leg of the chair. Best of all the people still don’t believe the TSA sheet person/stick figure image is true. Catch 22!

TSA if you’re not going to do real security, go back to private screeners. Let the people and airlines pay for it; No government bailouts. Spend your budget on Intelligence driven security, cover all modes of transportation, like your name implies and let your Special Agents focus on detaining the potential threats and not the general public. Positives ,the public will hate you less and you can fine the private companies/airlines when they fail to perform.

Anonymous said...

"Where, in whatever number of court hearings, are the assault convictions?"

Is this a trick question? Convictions don't result from hearings, they result from trials. What did you mean by this?

IraqVet said...

In BIG Government News an unelected Czar announced that there were more jobs, more food, more babies, and more of everything since last year despite everything to the contrary.
Scientologist also announced that they have discovered a rift in the space and time continuum and now believe that D.C. and its agents are but a figment of their own press releases.

Scott said...

We're supposed to believe they Focus on Security? Hey Blogger Bob, ever heard of Minnetta Walker at the Buffalo Niagara airport? This fine TSA agent was CONVICTED of sneaking a drug dealer through security WITHOUT being checked. How secure was that? This "fine" young man could have been carrying weapons on the plane, but yet he was snuck through without being screened. Law abiding citizens have to go through the humiliating pat downs, and have their children groped, but this drug dealer gets a free pass? This is EXACTLY why the TSA is a waste of time, and taxpayers money. Get out of our airports, and get your hands off of us!

Anonymous said...

" Anonymous said...
"Let's see, I can choose to believe the stories told by a handful of random strangers or by Blogger Bob. That's a tough one...(NOT!)."

I concur. Bob has a reason to "evade" the truth; the protection of the TSA.

Random strangers would profit little, if at all, by reporting the TSA abuses.

(screenshot)

February 17, 2012 11:59 AM"
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Just like random people don't gain anything by posting on this blog site but they continue to repeat the same tired cliches that don't change anything over and over anyway.

Anonymous said...

Bob, I can't use your complaint form because it does not bear a valid OMB control number. It expired 1/31/2012. Pursuant to this statement, you are in violation of the law. "An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number. The control number assigned to this collection is OMB 1652-0030, which expires 1/31/2012."

Anonymous said...

"Just like random people don't gain anything by posting on this blog site but they continue to repeat the same tired cliches that don't change anything over and over anyway."

But things are changing and this blog is part of it. When Sen Schumer - a friend of government labor if there is one - starts talking about TSA abuses and the need for reform, we are winning.

If it makes you feel better to think that nothing is going to change, feel free but stand by for big changes. Either the TSA will be reformed or replaced. Either way, we *will* have professional security. We've been lucky long enough. No more security theater.

JoJo said...

Baa. Go bleat somewhere else, anonymous sheep.

Anonymous said...

There's no reason to believe that TSA did not behave exactly as this poor woman has described. I can vouch that reporting inappropriate behavior by TSA agents does absolutely no good. If you do get a response, it is a meaningless form letter that provides no resolution.
Given the multitude of TSA agents that have been arrested for stealing from passengers, why should anyone believe they are not also behaving inappropriately in every other possible way as well?

AK-VStrom said...

Anonymous said..."There's no reason to believe that TSA did not behave exactly as this poor woman has described...If you do get a response, it is a meaningless form letter that provides no resolution."

Exactly. Google "Thomas Sawyer" (not the Mark Twain character) and see how much good his complaint, subsequent "apology" from TSA, etc. helped him when he encountered TSA a second time.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Bob,

Several posters have complained that they filed complaints and go no response.

Will you or the TSA take these complaints seriously?

You have seen something, now the question is will you say something?

Nothing too big on the line, just your personal integrity and the integrity of the TSA.

February 17, 2012 9:15 AM


It's been three days, no response. Guess that answers your question.

Anonymous said...

You know, Bob, TSA personel don't know TSA policy, so it doesn't matter that your policy is that you don't scan passengers repeatedly. TSA personel in the field do whatever they want. You have a policy that medical devices like braces are not to be removed, yet I was told at MLI that I would have to remove the post-surgical brace from my arm or I would not be allowed past the checkpoint. I walk with a crutch, but was told at DBQ that I would not be allowed past the checkpoint unless I was able to walk through the metal detector without it. Ultimately,the TSA agent forced me to go through the metal detector while holding on to her rather than my crutch. Your website says medical devices like TENS machines should be declared, but when I tried to declare mine at DBQ I was told unless it was a "breathing machine" they didn't want to see it. Then, after struggling through the metal detector without my crutch while holding on to the agent, I was pulled from the line because of the "suspicious device" in my carry on bag--the TENS machine they had refused to look at. But by now, they had all the stuff out of the case and messed up.

Furthermore, in this blog all you do is regurgitate the stuff at your website, which has proved time and time again not to be true in real life. I was unable to get the TSA at MLI to follow the procedures outlined on your page as regards braces despite having a print of the exact page with me. The brace in question was a post-surgical brace serving the purpose a cast does after surgery and I didn't even remove it to shower, yet I was required to remove it to get through the TSA checkpoint. Your web page says the following: "Security Officers will not ask nor require you to remove your prosthetic device, cast, or support brace." Yet your agents insisted that the page, which I had printed out and brought with me, was wrong.

If you want people to believe what you write, try acknowledging that some of your personel are not well trained and others actually do abuse their positions, and apologize when people have been genuinely harmed by this, instead of implying that the TSA never does anything wrong.

It just doesn't wash, Bob.

RB said...

Anonymous said...

You know, Bob, TSA personel don't know TSA policy, so it doesn't matter that your policy is that you don't scan passengers repeatedly.

.......Snipped........

It just doesn't wash, Bob.

February 20, 2012 9:55 PM

Your experience Anon is pretty much what happens to anyone at airports.

The problem with TSA is that Managers and HQ folks apparently don't get out much! Otherwise they would see what is really going on.

Read the Complaint story at http://tsanewsblog.com/ to see what happens when a person files a complaint with TSA.

Anonymous said...

"If you want people to believe what you write, try acknowledging that some of your personel are not well trained and others actually do abuse their positions, and apologize when people have been genuinely harmed by this, instead of implying that the TSA never does anything wrong."

Well written. All of this points to a very poor command and leadership culture at TSA.

RB said...

http://www.travelunderground.org/index.php?threads/tsa-exposes-my-breast-during-pat-pull-down.2231/

TSA Exposes My Breast


Another story from a satisfied air traveler on her TSA Screening.

RB said...

Anonymous said...
RB said...
http://www.travelunderground.org/index.php?threads/tsa-exposes-my-breast-during-pat-pull-down.2231/

TSA Exposes My Breast


Another story from a satisfied air traveler on her TSA Screening.

February 22, 2012 10:16 PM
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Hey RB,
Did you actually watch the video?
In the beginning she says she has never had this happen before (ask her to step forward which is the standard way to do a patdown of someone wearing a skirt/dress, do a pat down...) then later in the same video she says "They usually....." and then recites the usuall patdown process which indicates that she has been patted down before.
So she contradicts herself.

She then even admits (and shows) that her dress top is loose fitting with no upper support (other than her own) and that the TSO was actually screening her legs when the top slid down. The TSO did NOT "pull down her top".

Also,... Are you sure that's really a woman?

February 23, 2012 4:16 PM

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I did watch the video Anon.

The lady claims that the TSA screener used enough force to pull the top portion of her dress down exposing her breast.

Is it your claim that it didn't happen or the lady is being dishonest?

Given TSA Screener past abuses to the traveling public I tend to believe her.

Anonymous said...

"Also,... Are you sure that's really a woman?"

Bob - why didn't you delete my post about this being allowed? You KNOW the TSA policy allows for gender self-identification. Allowing a commenter to disparage the women in the video violates the AUP.

Anonymous said...

I'm willing to believe that Bob accurately states TSA policy about how screening should be conducted. The obvious problem is that there's a significant disconnect between what emerges from behind the locked doors of TSA Headquarters and what officers actually interpret and implement at airport checkpoints.

An even bigger problem is that nobody behind those locked doors cares about that disconnect. As long as officers produce their monthly quota of "catches" for Bob to crow about (even if they don't pose actual threats to aviation), TSA Leadership will consider the officers (and the agency) to be doing an excellent job.

If something happens that's so egregious it makes the news and embarrasses the TSA, Bob is here to deny, dismiss, or excuse it. Or if it can't be excused, he'll just reiterate the official policy as the reason it shouldn't have happened, implying that anyone who says it did happen must be lying. But TSA employees enjoy an absolute right to privacy no matter what they do, and the TSA refuses to hold them accountable for following the policies. So we can be sure that the people involved faced no consequences, nothing will be done to fix whatever caused the problem, and that any "unacceptable" conduct will happen again, possibly to us.

It's just further evidence that the TSA considers the traveling public as the Enemy. And that they believe security is enhanced when Enemy hates, distrusts, and above all fears the TSA.

Jack Fromme said...

Just another example of what happens with the more people you have in a population. You're bound to get some strange and unconfirmed complaints simply because they're controversial and it's a news story. Move along; nothing to see here, folks.

Anonymous said...

The purpose of the TSA in airports is to see who is willing to follow orders and molest citizens when told.

Those individuals will be recruited when TSA goes on to the highways at unlawful checkpoints throughout your state

The army guards the meth in Afghanistan, the cia ships it in, and the police departments disperse it while simultaneously arresting people for possession.

Fortunately, a lot of military know what's happening.

Hurry up and do what you are going to do so that we can get rid of you

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Jeffery Haynes said...

I think they should upgrade their scanner machines because it is not good to scan a person multiple times. That means it isn’t effective and it needs more improvement. If this happens again they should really review their CCTV files. By the way do they already have good business telephone systems? CCTV is not enough to improve a service so I guess we should look into this too.

Tracy Parily said...

The officers who handle security alarm systems Perth cannot do this shameful thing because they know what will happen to them if someone complains. I am glad that TSA officers confirmed that they are focused on security and not on good looks because I have heard a lot of bad things about them.

Josie Crumrine said...

It is nice to know that they are focused with their security systems and not on good looks. I am surprised that there are many people who complain on TSA services.

Mike Wallette said...

@Josie: Blogger Bob said it, so it *must* be true, amiright?