posted on Aug, 14 2013 @ 12:25 AM
Originally posted by Divine Strake
edit on 13-8-2013 by Divine Strake because: (no reason given)
This will help show that some TSA people are actually deviants, and will help establish a precedent for future situations. The people are going to
take this kind of abuse no longer, whether it's "job related' or passenger related. This should help establish the humanity side of the TSA as a
human entity, capable of misbehaving. . .not the all powerful drone of the Bush era robots.
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I haven't read the article, but there are no serious repercussions other than losing his job by "resigning" as opposed to being fired?
I suppose this will set a precedent for the future if he is not charged with any crime. In fact, like police, I won't be surprised if this person
gets another TSA job at a different airport, just like a police officer under investigation for abuse/manslaughter will be under a paid leave, then
resign, then get a job at the next nearby police precinct and it's business as usual.