Former TSA Officer Says They Laughed at Passenger's Bodies, Harassed People They Didn't Like

Posted on February 1, 2014

Air travelers are reeling over the revelations of a former TSA officer which details the unbelievably unprofessional and vicious behavior of TSA officers at America's airports. In an article on Politico.com entitled "Dear America, I Saw You Naked And yes, we were laughing. Confessions of an ex-TSA agent," Jason Edward Harrington pretty much confirms every concern everyone has had about the TSA.

Harrington says that screeners laughed at traveler's naked images, especially if they were overweight. He says they had trysts in the control booth because there weren't any cameras in there. He reveals that the TSA routinely harasses peoople they don't like or who have an attitude. They have code words for approaching women and men who are attractive so they can be patted down. The TSA says those scanners are gone, but that doesn't begin to address the shocking revelations raised by Harrington. NBC's Tom Costello reports:



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