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An Arizona woman tried to smuggle nearly three pounds of heroin into the United States by hiding the drugs inside the back of her pants.
This occurred after he was refused entry to Canada from the US because of his expiring US visa.
He was hired to oversee Chicago's airport security last year even though the Illinois Tollway had fired him after a female employee alleged he sought sex and money in exchange for work-related favors,
Fire, ready, aim.
This ban has to spread to more - probably all - airports.
Best tip: make sure you stay current with Android and iPhone updates.
Travelers can anticipate that TSA searches, euphemistically described as "pat-downs," will become even more invasive.
The woman landed at DFW from Vietnam with 22 pounds of various body parts from chickens, pigs, and cows.
If you seem nervous, or if you seem unusually calm. If you're sweating (even on a hot day). These 'clues' might cause the TSA to suspect you're a terrorist. The TSA is unable to justify its program, which has been both costly and utterly a failure.
You may want to reconsider travel to Brazil.
The TSA stated in response that "random and unpredictable screening measures may be used."
Would a real terrorist admit to being engaged in "terrorist activities, espionage, sabotage, or genocide?”
"Replica weapons, even those belonging to Horde Chieftains, must be packed in checked bags."
Yes, it's the Theatre Security Administration for sure.
Interestingly, the British ban affects more airlines than the US one, even including BA.
One can only wonder how bad this pat down's going to be if TSA is anticipating complaints from passengers to local police.
If you travel even a bit, these programs make life much easier.
Wouldn't walling in visitors make it easier for a terrorist to shoot them? No place to run.
Can't blame this one on Trump. Former PM explains he ran afoul of a 2015 Obama instituted law imposed on Visa waiver visitors who formerly went to various countries that are hotbeds of terrorism.
Two middle class middle aged women were booted off an Allegiant flight - their grief about their dying father apparently made them a threat.
Strong intelligence pointing to an "imminent threat" drove the decision in March to ban large electronics in carry-on baggage on flights into the U.S., according to a senior House Republican.
U.S. citizens are protected by the Constitution when crossing the border, but with a lot of caveats.
The video says that a TSA officer will press a button designating a gender "based on how you present yourself — male or female."
As with most data, you need to dig into it a bit to get a better picture.
Unfortunately typical government chicanery.
Formerly there were five levels of patdown intrusiveness. Now only one - the 'max' level. I feel safer already - not.
Short answer, even if you're a US citizen, basically none.
Seems pretty common sense for a country to track who's there.
Good news for pax on Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, Spirit, Aruba, and 7 other airlines.
She has almost completed her prison sentence and is threatening another hijack attempt if she gets the chance.