February 1, 2010, - 1:52 pm

UPDATED Video of “Pls. Remove Your Shoes” Air Marshal Film

By Debbie Schlussel

Earlier today, I posted the trailer and site link to “Please Remove Your Shoes,” a new movie by Federal Air Marshals, TSA, and FAA officials on how less safe we are than we were even before 9/11.

Unfortunately, as many readers later noted, the video and the website were removed, probably by the federal government.  However, the trailer is still up at YouTube, and I’ve posted it here.  Watch it while you still can.

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3 Responses

Debbie…I am insulted that you lump us (FAMS) in with the screeners (uh I mean TSA Officers) and FAA. WE have nothing to do with checking shoes. It is like lumping the SEALs in with Navy cooks. No offense to TSA guys or cooks but each has their own distinct function. Without cooks the SEALs go hungry. Without the TSA guys the FAMs have to worry even more about matters in flight.

SheepDawg on February 1, 2010 at 7:54 pm

    Hey Sheepdawg, you can be insulted all you want, but don’t blame Debbie for stating the truth. The air marshals HAVE been lumped in with the screeners (uh I mean Transportation Security Officers) ever since the air marshals were ripped away from the FAA and yes, LUMPED IN with the screeners in there new hellhole called the TSA. You might not like being in the TSA pig pen, but you can’t deny your covered in the same mud as the rest of the TSA screeners and incompetent managers. Its just an undeniable fact your destined to live with.

    The Wolf on February 1, 2010 at 9:10 pm

      I didn’t say it wasn’t the truth. But the basic truth is that the front line grunts (screeners, inspectors, FAMs) have little to no control over which side of the pen the mud gets splattered. I have to agree about the “hellhole” part BTW. As far as living with it…I have accepted the fact that I can only do MY job…I don’t run the world. If I did there would be more beer and pretty girls for everyone. Stay safe and thanks for the reply Wolfie.

      SheepDawg on February 2, 2010 at 9:52 am

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