TSA: Agency did not mandate car searches at Rochester, N.Y., airport

07/22/2013 | Inquisitr, The

After a report surfaced that valets at Greater Rochester International Airport in New York were searching cars, the Transportation Security Administration has denied any involvement. "TSA officers are not inspecting cars or mandating that they be searched ... the car was searched by an employee of a car parking service," said Bob Burns, a TSA representative. "At this particular airport, car searches are part of their airport security plan."

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