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SSCC #337 – TSA

You would think that given all the previous incidents of child molestation by the TSA would mean they would filter this guy out.

Until 2002, Harkins was a Catholic priest working at churches across
South Jersey. But the Diocese of Camden removed him from ministry
because it found he sexually abused two young girls. Now, in a new
lawsuit, a third woman is claiming she also is one of Harkins’ victims.

Evidently not.

The security checkpoint between Terminals D and E is a busy place where
thousands of people – including lots of kids – pass through every day.
But you might not believe who the I-Team observed working as a TSA
supervisor at that checkpoint this week: Thomas Harkins.

That’s right folks.  He was hired by the TSA and given free reign to molest your little daughters without legal recourse.  Is anyone though not surprised by this?  This to me is expected.

State Sponsored Criminal #337:  Thomas Harkins

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Because when the church kicks you out for molesting little girls, go talk to your Uncle Sam.  After he puts his hands in your pocket you can put your hands in that little girls pocket!

SSCC #295 & #296-TSA

Miami Beach police say two Transportation Security Administration officers partied a little too hard Tuesday night, trashed their South Beach hotel room and then picked up a semi-automatic handgun and shot six rounds out the window.

Look at this, we have a story that obviously must be fake given the total amount of unpossible required given the arguments of the anti-rights cultists about our “anointed betters”.  Thankfully no one was injured because it could have just as easily gone the other way with the reckless behavior.

One bullet pierced a $1,500 hurricane impact resistant window at a nearby Barneys New York, penetrated a wall and tore into some jeans in the closed store’s stockroom, according to store manager Adelchi Mancusi.

Thankfully it was late and the store was closed.  Even then though it’s also a good thing that no one was working late.   As expected the TSA is reviewing the situation to take “appropriate action”.

“TSA holds its employees to the highest professional and ethical standards,” Allen wrote. “We will review the facts and take appropriate action as necessary.”

They will most likely be promoted to management as soon as their charges are plead down to the point to be insignificant.  We can’t have our anointed TSA brown shirts looking bad even if they’re not on duty.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 295: Jeffrey Piccolella

296: Nicholas Anthony Puccio

Because our fearless overlords can by no means do something grossly negligent like throwing all 4 of the basic rules of firearms handling to the wind.  When it happens they will review the facts, as they like to see them, and take appropriate action as necessary, pay them more and tell them to be more abusive.

SSCC #252 – TSA

Imagine that, the only people really shocked at this are the sheep who still think the TSA still has something to do with “safety”.

Authorities say a Transportation Security Administration agent has
stolen $5,000 from a passenger as he was going through security at a New
York City airport.

Now, it was in the passengers coat going through the X-Ray, not in his luggage.  Well I hear a bunch of you crying to maintain possession of the money except the TSA requires people to remove even money belts.  How serious are they about that fact, they forced an elderly woman to remove her back brace, against TSA policy, thinking it was a money belt.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 252: Alexandra Schmid

Because when you’re the creme of the crop and still paid minimum wage, you should take forcible donations from those you rule over.

SSCC #246–TSA

Don’t believe me that the TSA is a criminal enterprise sponsored by the state?  Or do you think my comment was off base that the higher ups are only upset when their employees are caught?  Well think again.

The couple contacted TSA to see if security cameras are in place to prevent employees from taking people’s belongings after they go behind closed doors. LaFlamme said she was told no.

A TSA spokesperson told us out of security concerns they couldn’t disclose that information.

Now it wasn’t the smartest idea to put money in your checked baggage, but if you can’t transport valuables in your luggage what is it there for?  Seriously, I remember when I could have a hard suitcase with my own lock that no one else had access to. 

Now you have a bunch of thieves watching x-ray machines for cash and valuables.  They have a stamp from the government that allows them to steal from your bag and the government does nothing to prevent the thefts.  Anything they could do they discount in the name of “National Security.” 

This coming from the same agency that labels me a domestic terrorist.  Yeah, still think we need this crooked agency around?

State Sponsored Criminal Count 246: John Doe

Because when you provide people the opportunity to commit a crime, they wouldn’t do it because they’re honest hard working government employees right?

TSA Employees…

They’re not hired because they’re bright, intelligent, or honest.

TSA air marshal Adam Marshall was arrested by the Boston police department at 3:50 a.m. on Dec. 10 after he allegedly argued with members of Occupy, called some of them prostitutes, struck one of Occupy’s organizers and main tweeters in the face, grabbed her iPhone and then fled.

You know, I dislike the Occupy movement more than just about anyone.  That said, I’m not going to support anyone who goes in there, assaults people, and steals private property, even if I dislike the victim group.

He did it because, “I’m a TSA agent and work for the DHS, I’m invincible.”  Yeah, the TSA better fire his ass, and they better prosecute him to the full extent of the law.  If not I’m moving this one to the count.

*I do find it funny that all these people who bitch about how poor they are have 600 dollar phones with expensive service plans.

**It’s not in the count because he wasn’t on duty and currently he does not appear to be benefiting from his job.

SSCC #138-TSA

Peaks Jr. admitted he bribed a TSA agent, Dianna Perez, to let his
suitcase go through security screening for an American Airlines flight.
He and Perez also said that they had worked together before and that
several thousands of dollars had exchanged hands.

Don’t worry though folks because Peaks is not exactly hard off.

The son of Los Angeles’ former fire chief, Millage Peaks, has been
arrested for allegedly bribing a TSA agent to help him smuggle marijuana
on board a flight.

I guess all that public funding headed to his dad’s bank account wasn’t enough to keep this kid from becoming a gutter-ball. Given the exorbitant pay and benefits provided to public employee’s it’s hard for me to believe this kid had a “Hard Knock Life.”  Now back to the real crook.

Remember kiddos you’re being disarmed and sexually assaulted so that others can bribe their contraband through the security check point.  Remember thought the TSA’s screening procedure for new hires is so difficult, corruption like this is unpossible.

State Sponsored Criminal: #138 Dianna Perez

Spoiled Rotten Bratt: Millage Peaks

Because helping dealers smuggle nouns is just what the government does.

The TSA is on Fire Today

So evidently a TSA agent forgot about a firearm he was carrying.

A Transportation Safety Administration employee was taken into custody Tuesday after he unlawfully tried to bring a handgun into the secured area of Miami International Airport, police said.

According to the police report, Valdes admitted he knew it was illegal to bring a firearm into the airport and that he just “forgot.” He also said the gun was not registered and he did not have a concealed weapons permit.

(Emphasis Mine)  What is most scary though is he was hired and passed the TSA background checks, yet he didn’t apply for a Florida carry license?!  It makes me wonder if he was actually eligible for possession of the firearm.

The bottom line here is it just proves the failure of screening processes and gun control. They got lucky this time they caught him carrying the firearm.  How many times had he carried into the secure areas unnoticed?  

*I am reasonably sure this isn’t the first time an incident like this has occurred, however I cannot find any news record for it and I evidently didn’t blog it.  If you find or know of a previous incident, where a TSA agent was caught unlawfully carrying a firearm, please post it in the comments.

Another TSA Lawsuit

This time from Jesse Ventura.

Jesse Ventura filed the lawsuit Monday in a Minnesota federal court against the Department of Homeland Security and the TSA, claiming that his right to not be subject to unwarranted searches and seizures is consistently violated when he flies.

The article then goes on to say that one of the key motivations is that Jesse Ventura is often stopped because he had hip replacement surgery.  Medical hardware of any kind makes flying a complete nightmare.  Seriously, as someone with hardware I refuse to fly.  Having a metal rod in each leg, one of which is in my femur has guaranteed a intimate visit behind the curtain since 2005.

My father in law has a prosthetic leg, the TSA wanted him to fully disassemble it.  We’re talking about every nut and bolt here where there was just bare metal for the flexing ankle.  What we have is people who barely have a high school education on a power trip, because someone felt that this would make us feel safer.  The TSA is A Security Theater, it makes the idiots think their safe while the rest of us get screwed.

Mr. Ventura is attacking on the grounds that they are warrantless searches, and a violation of the 4th amendment.  This also ignores the fact that they are trampling on rights that people cannot voluntarily surrender.  It’s good to see this happening in conjunction with the others currently in the works.