Authorities said that the TSA officers — two in Florida and one in New York — were paid to help drug couriers move pills and the stacks of cash they generated through airport screening systems. One of the police officers — a Florida state trooper — took drug money to travel to Connecticut, where he provided "protection" to a courier selling thousands of pills to a dozen or more lower-level dealers, authorities said.
This isn’t the first time that government officials have aided in drug smuggling. The mistake in this case though was not getting your parents permission first. You might notice the above only lists 4 people, what about #5?
The dealer said he made payments totaling $20,000 to a Westchester County police officer assigned to the airport there in order to be permitted to carry — without being questioned — large quantities of cash back to Florida, according to a DEA affidavit.
Ahh, there he is. Pay the top for to ignore the pills, bribe the last guy to ignore the cash. Whenever you see drugs and money, odds are starting to look pretty good you might see someone there also getting paid by the taxpayer.
Just remember that TSA agent who’s violating your wife is probably also getting a kickback from some criminal to ignore the stuff he should be looking for. The TSA has nothing to do with security or enforcing the law. It has everything to do with obedience and doing what you’re told if you’re a law abiding sheep.
State Sponsored Criminal Count: 91
- Christopher Allen, TSA
- John Best, TSA
- Brigitte Jones, TSA
- Justin Kolves, FSHP
- *John Doe, WCPD
Because you’re not allowed to run drugs unless you either bribe or are a state employee.
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