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TSA’s history of double standards

By Lisa Simeone - Posted on 23 October 2012

by Bill Fisher


Last week we had headlines about the TSA firing 25 workers and suspending 19 others at Newark airport for not confiscating 4-ounce containers of liquid or sufficiently delaying travelers. In addition, NBC 7 San Diego reported that Federal Security Director Michael Aguilar was retiring amidst reports of misconduct.

Read the rest at TSA News.

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