TSA agents fired for se­cu­rity lapse

SP's MAI - - INTERNAL SECURITY -

Five Trans­po­rata­tion Se­cu­rity Ad­min­is­tra­tion (TSA) work­ers are out of the job and an­other 38 have been sus­pended af­ter they re­port­edly failed to con­duct ran­dom se­cu­rity screen­ings on pas­sen­gers and their lug­gage.

The em­ploy­ees were all based out of South­west Florida In­ter­na­tional Air­port in Fort My­ers, and have been re­placed by agents from other lo­ca­tions.

The af­fected work­ers were em­ployed in dif­fer­ent ca­pac­i­ties at the air­port, in­clud­ing su­per­vi­sors and front-line se­cu­rity screen­ers. speed launch. De­spite the pres­ence of the se­cu­rity men, the pi­rates boarded the tanker. APMSS, which ad­ver­tises “non-lethal” se­cu­rity so­lu­tions, said their guards had been “un­der fire”. A spokesman said: “Ba­si­cally if they didn't [jump], we would prob­a­bly have been pick­ing three bod­ies out of the wa­ter.”

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