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Airport Security / Screening #980366

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 21, 2010
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(Bagram airfield: Lester Holt) The backtracking by the TSA over the intrusive airport screening procedures to prevent terrorism introduced.

(Los Angeles: Kristen Welker) The debate over the new screening measures at the US airports examined; scenes shown from Los Angeles International Airport; details given about an Internet-led movement calling for resistance on Wednesday. [Two TRAVELLERS - offer differing opinions on security measures.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE - defends screening.] A statement from Pistole about modifying procedures quoted. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON, Representative John MICA; in Lisbon, President OBAMA - offer views on striking a balance over security.] [Aviation transportation security expert Rafi RON†- says privacy needs to be sacrificed.]

Holt, Lester;
Welker, Kristen

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