Don’t Cross Big Sis: Agents Raid Home of Pilot Critical of TSA (Video)

A Sacramento-area airline pilot and helicopter test pilot in the Army Reserve is in hot water with TSA for posting videos on YouTube pointing out what he believes are serious flaws in airport security.
Big Sis Was Not Pleased… She Sent Agents to Raid His Home–
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News 10 reported:

An airline pilot is being disciplined by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for posting video on YouTube pointing out what he believes are serious flaws in airport security.

The 50-year-old pilot, who lives outside Sacramento, asked that neither he nor his airline be identified. He has worked for the airline for more than a decade and was deputized by the TSA to carry a gun in the cockpit.

He is also a helicopter test pilot in the Army Reserve and flew missions for the United Nations in Macedonia.

Three days after he posted a series of six video clips recorded with a cell phone camera at San Francisco International Airport, four federal air marshals and two sheriff’s deputies arrived at his house to confiscate his federally-issued firearm. The pilot recorded that event as well and provided all the video to News10.

PEJMAN YOUSEFZADEH added this, via Instapundit : “In a sane world, of course, higher-ups at the TSA, and at the Department of Homeland Security would be forced to answer for the huge security lapses documented in the pilot’s video. But we do not live in a sane world.”

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