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TSA at work

An agent missed a loaded gun. Airport security should be privatized.

5 Responses to “TSA at work”

  1. pkoning Says:

    As I recall, in testing, TSA missed about 80% of what they were supposed to catch. Or was it 90%?

  2. Ken in NH Says:

    Had I been the owner, I would not have alerted the airline agent. Just because the police used common sense in this case and did not charge him, most would have. I would have left the secured area where I would be legal and then figure out where to go from there. If the airline could not retrieve my checked luggage for me to check the gun, I would check another bag (carry on or buy a new one) or do what I need to do to legally get the gun home.

  3. Ravenwood Says:

    I took a flight last month and they pulled my wife aside for her vaping device to give her extra scrutiny. I tripped the metal detector with my belt buckle so still had to remove my belt even though we’re pre-check.

    Long story short we’re sitting at the airport bar and she’s still complaining about her TSA treatment and I reach down into my pocket to grab my phone and notice that I still have my pocket knife clipped to my pocket. Oops.

    I simply stashed it in my backpack and never said another word about it until we arrived at our destination and were in baggage claim outside the secure area.

  4. Ravenwood Says:

    I call it Security Theater.

  5. Chris. Says:

    Somebody forgot their 5th amendment. Once you’re through security STF-up. The gun was no danger to anybody as long as he kept positive control of it. Now, the return trip sure – Check the firearm properly.

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