Destination Boston, no less, on the day after the marathon bombings ... North End Patch: Suspicious Package Holds Plane at Logan (Apr 16 2013) The suspicious package on the plane was re-screened and cleared by security officials, according to the TSA (Transportation Security Administration).In a press statement, the TSA said that the checked bag was re-screened at Logan after baggage handlers in Philadelphia "noted concern." The plane landed safely at Logan and passengers were bused to the gate. "While properly screened by TSA at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), the bag was re-screened by local EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal team) at BOS as a precaution and has been cleared," the statement said. Excuse me, you utter morons, but is it not your job to screen packages BEFORE they are loaded onto an aircraft and BEFORE that aircraft taxis out full of fuel and passengers and BEFORE that aircraft flies to another city? What the (expletive deleted) good does it do to screen the package after the plan lands? Dear God, please send this legion of GED's and high school dropouts down the road to WalMart and place aviation security in the hand of people with at least some minimal intelligence & competence. U.S. Airways must be hiring TSA rejects for baggage handlers.