LOS ANGELES, Dec. 6, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Airport insecurity persists while passenger harassment is escalating during the so-called "battle" to make U.S. airports and air travel safe and free from terrorist plots. The question arises, are TSA workers at Los Angeles International Airport ("LAX") screened for their immigration status, criminal backgrounds and weapons on their persons? Watch this seven minute online video exposing the conflicting policies of United States Law Enforcement, L A County Sheriffs Department, the Courts and the L A County District Attorney. URL http://www.fulldisclosure.net/Blogs/93.php
INVASIVE TSA "PAT DOWNS" COMPARED TO PASSIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES
TSA's highly invasive passenger screening procedures distinctly differ to the passive law enforcement and prosecution practices in California. The striking contrast in policy and attitude is revealed in the Full Disclosure Network® online Video featuring the United States Attorney, Los Angeles County Sheriff Sergeant and officials with the L A Superior Court and County District Attorney's office. As noted in the video, the airlines and TSA internal employment policies and background checks have long been recognized by law enforcement.
U.S. ATTORNEY ON LAX AIRPORT SECURITY IMPOSTERS:
In 2004, eighty security personnel at LAX were found to be either felons, criminals and or illegal immigrants who should have been prohibited from working in the security areas in the airport. U.S. Attorney Debra Yang explains in the video why she did not prosecute some of the imposters who worked in airport security jobs at Los Angeles International Airport. She describes how they submitted false information on their job applications and what actions resulted in the U. S. Attorney's Office.
L.A. COUNTY SHERIFF AWARE OF THREAT:
Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Sergeant Richard Valdemar describes in the video how gang members work the airline baggage handling areas on airplanes and on the tarmac, noting rival gang graffiti inside the cargo holds where gang members had not been screened for weapons and prior gang activity.
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