Justice Is Served to a TSA Thug, But…

In a recent blog that I posted, I reported a story about a TSA screener who played a practical “joke” on an innocent airline passenger. The latest news is that the screener has been let go.

“More recently, Davis told the Inquirer that as of January 21st, the TSA worker is no longer employed by the agency. Privacy laws protect his name from being released.” [emphasis mine]

But I still don’t get this “privacy laws” nonsense. Every civilian criminal (except minors) is always named when he or she is accused of a crime. What makes this Terrorist Scam Administration thug any different? Was he some sort of secret agent?

[Thanks to ‘Stray Cat’]


12:44 pm on January 22, 2010