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In the end, ultimate responsibility for security may fall on airline passengers
True security is me knowing what I'm doing and you not knowing," he said.
"If a pilot is willing to go down with an airplane, how can you stop him?"
Aviation Director Jerry Orr said the federal government should focus on "looking for potential perpetrators" rather than inspecting everybody, sometimes intrusively. People must realize that "No matter you much you spend, you cannot 100% guarantee security," so it is worth considering that at some level security may be too intrusive, or too slow, or too expensive to provide, he said.
On the cost side, Orr noted, the number of workers employed by the TSA in Charlotte has tripled from around 150 at the time of the September 11 terrorist attacks, yet security is no better
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by SpartanKingLeonidas
True that. I wonder what possessed him to go on record like that?
When I read this I was jaw dropped...
And his comments.
Yet, hardle any atttention given to this news.