May 26, 2006, - 3:41 pm

SCARY for Travel: 1431 TSA Uniforms, Badges Missing

By Debbie Schlussel
Not exactly comforting news on the eve of a high travel weekend. CNN’s Brian Collister did Freedom of Information Act requests on DHS and discovered that TSA airport screeners are missing more than 1,431 badges and uniforms since 2003. Many have been stolen, likely by terrorists and sleeper cells.
Watch the whole frightening video displaying how easy these materials allow non-screened entrance into major airports.

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I may have my acronym confused, but when the “TSA” was being formed, the first acronym for “Federal Air Transportation and Security Service…(FATASS. I thought it was a joke, until I visited BWI airport and their U.S. Customs security office. The dude must of weighed 300+. What an inspiration. Ya know, the Nazi’s stole Polish uniforms to stage an “attack” upon their own troops on the Polish border in ’39….hmmm.

SickBoy on May 27, 2006 at 11:01 am

I wouldn’t be surprised if the Neanderthal airport screeners sold them.
BTW, didn’t the LIBERALS in Congress tell us that by unionizing the airport screeners we would get better trained, more qualified people?

Thee_Bruno on May 27, 2006 at 12:12 pm

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