TSA agent sentenced in child pornography case

by Lisa Simeone on November 20, 2012

Michael Scott Wilson, who worked for the TSA at Baltimore-Washington International Airport until he was arrested a year ago on child pornography charges, and about whom we wrote here, has just been sentenced. 

The 42-year-old was sentenced to two years in prison and 15 years of supervised release when he gets out. Favorite line in the news story:

Wilson was suspended without pay by the TSA upon his arrest, prosecutors said, and he has not worked there since.

Gee, really? Can’t imagine why. They have no problem employing Thomas Harkin. Or any of the other criminals listed here or here.

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