The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

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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.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Travelers choosing to drive more this Thanksgiving than fly due to TSA intrusions

A new report from the airline industry shows that holiday flying this Thanksgiving is expected to be down 2% from last year.  In the meantime, driving is expected to be up 4% over the same time period, and citizens name one primary culprit as the reason for the changes.

TSA intrusions.

The Air Transport Association expects 2 percent fewer people will fly this Thanksgiving week compared with last year, while AAA projects a 4 percent increase in automobile travel.
Still, some travelers are bothered by a screening process that has become increasingly time-consuming and intimate, and industry representatives say they are worried that these frustrations are contributing to a decline in air travel.
Last week, the U.S. Travel Association released a market research study showing that while most travelers who have flown at least once in the past year are satisfied with the T.S.A.’s overall performance, frequent fliers have more complaints.
When asked to list their top frustrations with air travel, travelers chose these issues related to security: “the wait time to clear the T.S.A. checkpoint,” “having to remove shoes, belts and jackets at the T.S.A. checkpoint” and “T.S.A. employees who are not friendly.” - NY Times

Years after 9/11, and the introduction of current TSA practices, many Americans still find it more 'friendly' to drive a few extra miles to their Thanksgiving celebrations that to go through the hassle of the 'not so friendly' skies.