Airport Insecurity Persists as Public Pays the Price to Stop Terrorism #VB93

December 5, 20103 Comments

Los Angeles, CA Airport insecurity persists while passenger harassment has escalated in the battle to make the airports and air travel safe from terrorists. The question still remains: Are airport security workers at LAX were screened for criminal backgrounds and weapons ? In 2006 many were found to be criminal illegal immigrants. From the Full Disclosure Network®archives here is what United States Attorney Debra Yanghad to say about why she did not prosecute illegal aliens who worked in airport security jobs at Los Angeles International Airport. She describes the arrest of eighty airport security workers who had criminal records, submitted false information on their job applications and were in the country illegally “out of status”. This is a politically correct term to describe illegal aliens.

Also Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Richard Valdemar describes how gang members are working the airline baggage handling on airplanes without being screened for weapons and gang activity.

The Full Disclosure Network® brings “the news behind the news” as it happens, over and over again.

 

Related Links: TSA Airport Security:
TSA Agent Arrested At LAX
TSA Orlando Officer Gets Probation in Sex Case

3 comments to “Airport Insecurity Persists as Public Pays the Price to Stop Terrorism #VB93”

  1. joe | July 27, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    yes thay sould be screend

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