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The employees were all based out of Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers, and have been replaced by agents from other locations.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