Friday, March 30, 2012

TSA allows pimp to manage workers even after disregarding background check

A TSA manager has been arrested by Maryland police for pimping a prostitution ring even after the TSA knew of potential problems in their background checks done in 2009.  Bryant Livingston, a TSA manager at Dulles International airport in Washington DC, was caught by police at the Crowne Plaza Hotel with several girls and johns in a sting operation.



A manager at the Transportation Security Administration has lost his job after being arrested on prostitution-related charges. According to court documents, the agency had received a complaint of "very similar" activities back in 2009.

Bryant Jermaine Livingston, 39, was arrested while on the job as a supervisor of TSA agents at Dulles International Airport. The Manassas, Virginia resident, said by phone he is innocent of the charges, but declined to discuss the details of the case.
A spokesman for the Transportation Security Administration confirmed that Livingston had worked for the agency since Oct. 29, 2002, but he is now "no longer employed by TSA."

In a subsequent interview, one of the men in the room told Montgomery County police that, "he paid Livingston $100 to enter the hotel room to engage in sexual activities." Charging documents also say a TSA investigator told police that, "in 2009, a very similar complaint concerning Livingston was on record. The complaint alleged that Livingston was operating a prostitution ring and charging individuals $25. for sexual acts."
The TSA spokesman had no immediate explanation as to what, if anything, the agency did about the earlier complaint. - myfoxdc.com

With the intrusive processes that the TSA performs on America citizens in direct violation of their personal bodies and privacy, it is very disturbing that a government agency would allow a potential sex  crime offender to continue to work in a close proximity position to adults and children in a busy international airport.

2 comments:

Good thing our usual hotel near buckingham palace doesn't allow this kind of shady business. I doubt any of the guests would want their restful vacations to be ruined by, of all things, a police raid.

Same goes for my favorite hyde park hotels. I'd be the first to complain to the authorities if there was something this shady going on there.

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