TSA: "Involuntary" responses could lead to more screening

08/8/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A traveler who exhibits involuntary physical and physiological reactions in response to questions from Transportation Security Administration agents may be required to go through additional screening, according to the TSA. The questions are part of the TSA's Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques program, now in a 60-day trial period at Boston's Logan International Airport. The agents trained to interview travelers are located near the line where travelers are asked to produce their identification.

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