This one is just all sorts of fail.   The article leads off with this.

A security supervisor at Newark Liberty International Airport accused of stealing the identity of a murdered Queens man two decades ago began using the victim’s identification three weeks before he was killed, officials said today.

To which I said, well he hadn’t done anything illegal until after hiring maybe?  Nah I didn’t really think that, though the following did actually surprise me.

The supervisor, Bimbo Olumuyiwa Oyewole, 55, of Elizabeth, a Nigerian immigrant living in the United States illegally, is accused of using the birth certificate and Social Security number for Jerry Thompson, who was shot and killed in Queens on July 20, 1992.

Emphasis mine.  That’s right folks, our fearless leaders in the department of homeland security who claim to be doing everything in their power to protect us from those dangerous terrorists couldn’t even find someone using the identity of a dead man.  They couldn’t find someone who was violating the law and walked up to them and asked for a job.  It almost makes you think that they don’t bother vetting these miscreants before letting them rape and pillage the populace.

Oh wait, they don’t.  That’s why you have pedophiles working for them.  That’s why you have thieves working for them.  It is where criminals go to have the state protect them.

State Sponsored Criminal Count #335: Bimbo Olumuyiwa Oyewole

Because proper background checks and rectal exams are for people who want to fly, not for the people doing the checking!

Never Listen to the High School Dropout

This made me all sorts of angry:

Savannah Barry is mad and on a mission. She wants travelers to be warned
before they walk through TSA security. “They need to get with the
program and have some education across the board for TSA.” After
participating in a DECA conference in Salt Lake City with several
classmates last week, Savannah, who is a type one diabetic and wears an
insulin pump 24 hours a day, says she ran into TSA agents who were not
prepared to deal with her medical situation. “I went up to the lady and I
said, I am a type one diabetic. I wear an insulin pump. I showed her
the pump. I said, what do you want me to do? I usually do a pat down –
what would you recommend?”

Savannah then showed agents a doctor’s
note explaining that the sensitive insulin pump should not go through
the body scanner. She says she was told to go through it anyway. “When
someone in a position of authority tells you it is – you think that its
right. So, I said, Are you sure I can go through with the pump? It’s not
going to hurt the pump? And she said no, no you’re fine.”

I won’t fault the girl here.  She has probably been told over and over to trust the government and do what you’re told.  She has been drilled to the point where she ignored what her doctor said and did what a high school drop out that was too stupid to get a job anyplace else said.

Unsurprisingly it destroyed her insulin pump.  Walking into one of those things with electronic equipment is down right dangerous.  Ionizing radiation can cause single event upsets in the control systems of the medical equipment.  Non-ionizing radiation can have the effect of an EMP causing excessive voltages in circuits.  If the device is improperly shielded it will destroy components.  Memory devices can also suffer a single event upset.

I don’t know which of these incidents occurred, my suspicion is the second.  I will say this girl is very lucky she is not dead or hospitalized as a SEU could have resulted in an excess or incorrect dosage being administered.  Usually devices can survive one safely, however multiple failures were probably induced simultaneously

This is an expensive lesson and one that everyone needs to heed.  Those who work for the TSA are the lowest common denominator of our society.  That’s why it’s full of child molesters, sexual deviants, and thieves.  One should not do what they say blindly or without forethought.  Remember these people do not care about you or what happens to you.  If they could they’d just treat you like cattle more than they already do.

As I’ve said before, make their lives hell.  Sure some will be too stupid to understand but eventually you’ll wear them down.  On that same note, as you see those responsible for bringing this plague upon us, make their lives hell as well.  They are elected representatives and obviously they failed at their job. 

Burning effigies should work nicely.

SSCC Honorable Mention–TSA

They just can’t stay off this thing now can they?  Not surprising since it was their actions that caused me to create it.

When I made a similar FOIA request in 2008, I assumed the TSA would respond in a few months. Government agencies have about a month to respond to public record requests, though they often take longer. I figured even if their response took months, I’d be able to repeat it regularly to get a timely, inside look as to what passengers were complaining about and find out about incidents that required some more digging.

Boy, was I wrong.

After waiting and waiting and narrowing my request and some more waiting, the files finally arrived this week.

The information is now four years old — but it echoes much of what people are still complaining about.

Now why would they withhold information for 4 years I hear you cry.  There’s a couple reasons.

  • Statute of limitations.
  • Hoping people forget.
  • Hoping for winds of change.
  • People involved are promoted away from the incident.

The bottom line is they don’t want the public and certainly not anyone critical of them to find out about the complaints.  There’s definitely a reason why given how often their employees are in the count.

Honorable Mention: The TSA

Because we need to do everything we can to protect our employees from the people they molest and abuse.


“The agent was very aggressive in his pat-down, and he was patting me down where no one is supposed to go,” said Canseco.  “It got very uncomfortable so I moved his hand away.  That stopped everything and brought in supervisors and everyone else.”

It’s never a good idea to bite the hand that feeds you.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 319: San Antonio TSA

Because the TSA is so god like they can abuse anyone now and get away with it.


Omer Petti, 95, said he believes an airport employee stole the cash that he was told to remove from his pocket and place in a bin on his way through security on March 29. He and his girlfriend, Madge Woodward, 85, were headed home after a family vacation in Palm Springs.

This doesn’t surprise me one bit.  While some would say yeah right, it’s a great way to rip people off if they listen to you.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 318: San Diego TSA

Because being a TSA agent means that many people will think that what you tell them to do is a good idea.  Then you take their stuff while your buddy molests them.

via Uncle

SSCC #314-#317 – TSA

The real reason for the war on nouns is to allow our fearless leaders “who know best” to create their own little enterprises in the illicit trades they create.

Two former and two current Transportation Security Administration
employees were accused of allowing large amounts of cocaine and other
drugs to pass through X-ray machines at security checkpoints in exchange
for cash, authorities said Wednesday.

I’m sure there was actually probably more involved, at least in the form of greased wheels.  I am by no means shocked or surprised by this.  At this point I don’t think that disbanding the TSA will be enough.  I’m starting to want someone’s head on a pike.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 314: Naral Richardson

315: John Whitfield

Joy White

317: Capeline

Because being a TSA agent means you can abuse the law abiding while getting pay offs to look the other way when criminals walk by.

SSCC #312 – TSA

Here’s another one.

And a recent incident in Wichita,
Kansas has reinforced that argument, as a four-year-old girl was
apparently subjected to a humiliating ordeal after she hugged her
grandmother while she was waiting in line.

The girl was accused of having a gun and declared a ‘high security threat’,
while agents threatened to shut down the whole airport if she could not
be calmed down.

Seriously, I know exactly why that little girl was abused and assaulted.  Don’t try and argue that wasn’t the case because there’s a couple things you’re forgetting if you think the TSA was right.

  1. The TSA is A Security Theater.
  2. Their batting average in stopping actual threats is 0.
  3. Their employees have a history of being sexual predators and criminals.

On that last point, it isn’t just a history of preying upon adults either.  Children are more often than not prey for these sexual deviants.  If the cost of freedom is a little risk, so be it.  Frankly I’d rather have the option of ventilating some asshat screaming “Allah Akbar” trying to kill us all at 30 thousand feet than have my wife and children violated by a sexual deviant.  They don’t stop actual terrorists, they abuse the law abiding, and now they want to expand to harass you on the way to works?

Fellow bloggers say “Disband the TSA Yesterday”.  I am of the firm opinion that is too good for these jack boots.  I say a good application of tar, feathers, and a rail are all necessary for anyone who works for the TSA.

Some would say I’m wrong in that assessment and that not all TSA agents are bad.  To them I say this:

Not a single other agent in that airport attempted to stop those agents from assaulting and violating that scared little girl.

Not a single official has stated how that incident was wrong and a violation of her rights.

Not a single person did anything to stop it and the agents were allowed to work with impunity by intimidating and scaring others into their will.

Think about that for a second, every last one of those agents in that airport share responsibility and blame for what happened.  Give me a break that a 4 year old clinging onto her grandmother because she’s scared of a tyrannical government, and obviously rightly so, is reason to abuse her.  Anyone who attempts to justify that is nothing more than a pedophile attempting to justify the actions of their buddies.


State Sponsored Criminal Count #312: Every last TSA Agent in Wichita Kansas

Because when a small young girl is terrified of her government, that means that means she must be trying to kill everyone while screaming “Allah Akbar” right?

via Uncle

SSCC #307 – TSA

This is by no means the first incident of a TSA agent doing this, and it certainly will not be the last.

Cops snared 55 Massachusetts men in a sweeping, multi-agency child
pornography crackdown — including a Transportation Security
Administration officer assigned to Logan International Airport who is
just the latest embarrassment for the troubled federal agency.

Remember though, they’re just abusing you, your family, and you’re children for the safety of everyone.  Never mind the fact that the TSA wouldn’t stop anyone actually intent on bringing down an airplane.  No the whole point is to trash our liberties and freedoms and empower a bunch of criminals to lord over us.

This man I have no doubt got a job as a TSA agent because it gave him access to victims who were unable to refuse and it rendered their parents defenseless.  Again, I have to ask myself why it is I restrain myself from doing violence to people like this.  Oh that’s right I’m better than that and I have to have faith that the state that sponsors these thugs will also hold them accountable.

Yeah, that’s not going to happen either.  One can dream though right?

State Sponsored Criminal Count 307: Jose E. Salgado


Because the real reason the TSA exists is to provide child molesters a way to get their rocks off in a legal manner.