TSA ‘not capable’ of detecting airport threats
Congressman blasts $212 million plan to spot terror suspects
Posted: February 14, 2011
8:43 pm Eastern
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Transportation Security Administration is not capable of detecting an attack
similar to the one that happened last month at Moscow’s main airport, according
to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
supposed to spot suspected terrorists at U.S. airports is “not capable of
detecting what took place in Moscow.”
been existence since 2006 has some 3,000 “behavior detection” officers at 161
the technique is unproven behavioral science and hasn’t helped remove
vulnerabilities at the airports.
saw what happened in Moscow and I have even more concern.”
area where security doesn’t exist at most airports – near where incoming
passengers pick up their luggage after disembarking from the aircraft.
has virtually no security until you get to the security checkpoint,” said former
White House counter-terrorism official Richard Clarke. “Very large parts of all
airports are inherently insecure.”
security at the nation’s airports.”