The Record: Letters, Aug. 16, 2012: Irrational security at nation's airports Regarding "Breach at JFK prompts review" ...The TSA agent told my daughter-in-law to take the bottle out of the infant's mouth so it could be inspected. The agent returned shortly and said all was well. I am still wondering who tested the contents and how.The TSA's scrupulousness in Atlanta to the threat of explosives concealed in the bottle of a baby swallowing formula contrasts with its lack of attentiveness to anyone in swim trunks climbing over a fence at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and making his way to a terminal.Not sure what your point is, fella. One example illustrates a pretense of security, the other shows a lack of security. The end result in either case is the same.