Blog: TSA refutes account of improper conduct

11/12/2010 | TSA Blog, The

A passenger account of improper conduct by the Transportation Security Agency at the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International has been refuted, according to the TSA Blog. The TSA posted video footage from an interview with a female passenger who claims she was handcuffed to a chair after refusing Advanced Imaging Technology screening. The blog states "when inaccurate passenger accounts are made either via media outlets or on the blogs, TSA works to resolve them and present both sides of the story."

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