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Airports / TSA Investigation (Part II) #1031439

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 28, 2012
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(Studio: David Muir) Last night's segment on the ABC News investigation on theft at airports by TSA agents reviewed; scenes shown of two viewers telling their stories.

(Studio; Brian Ross) The reaction of Congress, Homeland Security and passengers to the TSA theft stories featured; details given about the ABC sting operation that tracked a stolen iPad to the Orlando home of an agent {Andy Ramirez}. [Airline passengers Talon WINDWALKER†, Dirk WENZLAFF††- cite the TSA apathy.] [Consumer Travel Alliance Charlie LEOCHA†- says it's the violation.] [Former TSA agent Pythias BROWN†- says theft was massive.] How a loaded weapon got past the TSA checkpoint at the Orlando airport noted.

Muir, David

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