TSA’s theft problem: money, iPads, meds, lies, and blurry videotape

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More than a year after elderly travelers Omer Petti and Madge Woodward claimed that TSA screeners stole $300 from them during the course of what they described as “extreme pat-downs” at the San Diego International Airport, it appears that the TSA has reimbursed Mr. Petti. The agency continues to deny culpability, claiming the surveillance video was too blurry for them to be able to identify the thief. Continue reading “TSA’s theft problem: money, iPads, meds, lies, and blurry videotape”