Archive for December 16th, 2010

Gaping Holes in Airline Security: Loaded Gun Slips Past TSA Screeners

December 16, 2010

He had forgotten to remove the loaded snub nose “baby” Glock pistol from his computer bag. But TSA officers never noticed as his bag glided along the belt and was x-rayed. When he got to his hotel after the three-hour flight, he was shocked to discover the gun traveled unnoticed from Houston.

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Ex-TSA Worker Faces Child Porn Charges

December 16, 2010

Thousands Of Images, Videos Found On Man’s Computer, DA Says

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Tester introduces legislation for airport body-scan privacy

December 16, 2010

This legislation addresses a non-issue. None of the body scanner opponents are complaining about this potential injustice. In the meantime it’s still OK to irradiate and sexually assault us. If passed, this legislation will be used to punish whistleblowers, not any rogue agents.

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Austin airport commission opposes body scanners

December 16, 2010

Austin’s Airport Advisory Commission approved a resolution on Tuesday night advising the city council to oppose airport body scanners and invasive body searches.

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