Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by THawk996, Sep 26, 2011.
The following poorly written article comes from wcnc.com:
Thief steals TSA ID card, suit
Where did the TSA employee steal the thousands of dollars of computer equipment?
Who is writing these stories lately? Is there no journalistic integrity or even basic english used in the construction of these stories?
As for the theft of the uniform, or badges, from the writing you can't extrapolate more than the fact that the person stole a couple of TSA badges and a suit and possibly thousands of dollars in electronic equipment... Was it a TSA uniform? Or is the individual a TSM/AFSD/FSD/TSI with credentials and a business suit? This is becoming more and more common at bigger and bigger media outlets recently.
There was a similar story years ago -- a whole bunch of uniforms got stolen (I think this was before the badges were instituted). I have it in my files somewhere.
Not like tsa credentials can't be duplicated and look feel and work in the same way the "real" ones then again even TSAs smartchip IDs are dumb. Then again TSA cant tell diff between a real and a fake unless it was so bad a blind man could tell it was a fake... (whistling dixie).
I guess they wanted the uniform for role-playing..
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