TSA under fire for security lapse, frisking old people

The Transportation Security Administration seems to need some security training. To those of us on the outside, it looks like the agency did a poor job of blacking out portions of a manual, a supposed secret document, that revealed who gets to jump the airport screening line while the rest of us plod along behind. Read more about that from the security threat section of Wired. Here's the TSA's response from its Blogger Bob. 

This developmnt brought to mind Joe Sharkey's business travel column in the New York Times yesterday that questioned why, especially at this time of year, with so many infrequent travelers going through checkpoints, TSA continues to humiliate octogenarians in wheelchairs. Read it here with the article above in mind.

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