... Sources tell NewsChannel 3 that when Assistant Federal Security Director Larry Kumjian passed through initial security last week he was asked to submit to an additional screening.
A secondary screening can be random or brought on by an alarm. Kumjian allegedly declined a second screening citing TSA protocol. Sources close to the investigation tell NewsChannel 3 that TSA agents typically do not "second screen" their own.
TSA released this statement: "A full investigation into this matter is currently underway. Disciplinary action will be taken, if necessary."
When asked if there was a breach in security, TSA said, "The individual in question was fully screened and there was no security breach."
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Originally Posted by Sean5294
If he did not go through secondary after being advised than yes it was a breach, last time i checked.
WHAT, a breach with no terminal dump?
If all the People in Washington are so sure that the TSA is doing such a great job worth billions, then why don't THEY go through security incognito just to show the American public that we are making mountains out of molehills? Then they should publish the pictures of their families after they have gone through the MMW.
The answer is that they know what's really going on, but they can't look like idiots, don't know how to fix the problems and they just don't give a da*n because it doesn't affect them.
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