TSA fires four Charlotte agents for failing to screen bags

12/19/2011 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

The Transportation Security Administration on Friday terminated four agents at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport in North Carolina for failing to properly screen travelers' luggage. Officials said 12 more agents may also lose their jobs. The terminations follow an audit in which the TSA found 80 bags out of 80,000 were not opened and screened by hand.

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