NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 22, 2010
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(Washington: Tom Costello) The TSA’s response to the growing anger over the new airport security rules featured. [TSA administrator John PISTOLE, Homeland Security Secretary Janet NAPOLITANO – comment on possible changes.] [Airline passenger Tom SAWYER- recounts his humiliating experience.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON, 3 PEOPLE – offer views on pat-downs.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(London: Jim Maceda) Security procedures at airports in Europe examined; photos shown of shoe bomber Richard Reid and underwear bomber Umar Abdulmutallab, who were caught on US planes that departed from Europe; details given about how passengers are screened and the difference in attitude. [MAN – says Americans are paranoid about security.] [British Airports Authority CEO Colin MATTHEWS- says we could make it more comfortable for passengers.] [“The Independent” travel editor Simon CALDER- says when you buy an airline ticket you agree to surrender your dignity.] [WOMAN – comments on the search.]