TSA Fails To Find Bombs 60% Of The Time

According to a new report from the Transportation Security Administration, TSA agents failed to find fake bombs during security tests 60% of the time.

An aviation security expert interviewed by NPR says “screeners failed to notice such items as fake dynamite hidden in bathroom kits and bomb residue on shoelaces,” but notes that problems discovered by the tests have been fixed.

Tests Expose Holes in Airport Security [NPR]

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