Thursday, November 16, 2017

Planning To Fly Somewhere? In undercover tests, TSA failed to detect weapons more than 70% of the time

If you score less than 30% on a test, you failed badly. Fox News reports that undercover tests at airport security checkpoints resulted in a TSA failure to detect mock weapons more than 70% of the time:
Undercover Homeland Security investigators trying to sneak mock knives, guns and explosives past TSA agents at airports reportedly were successful around third-quarters of the time, according to multiple reports of a classified briefing that was given to a House committee.
LINK: TSA – 20% Effective
The undercover agents carrying the items slipped past security checkpoints more than 70 percent of the time, CBS News reported, while a source told ABC News that the figure was around 80 percent.
“I found that briefing disturbing,” Rep. Michael McCaul, the Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said at a public hearing Wednesday. “We need to do more to confront the growing threats aimed at the aviation sector.”
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TSA – 20% Effective

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