Opinion: TSA should explain why gun went off in the cockpit

The TSA has declined to explain why a pilot's gun went off in the cockpit of a US Airways jetliner, the USA TODAY editorial board writes. The board says the public deserves an explanation. "The longer they delay, the more likely the Hollywood image will linger in passengers' minds," the board writes. "For now, just this much is clear: Guns in holsters don't just go off by themselves. Something went very wrong on US Airways 1536, and the flying public deserves an explanation."

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