Another TSA Official Outed As A Sexual Deviant

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From Prison Planet:

It is no exaggeration to say that the TSA is manned by an army of perverts and sexual deviants. The amount of stories that have emerged documenting this phenomenon is staggering. Here is yet another.

When it was revealed earlier this month that Miami International Airport had fired more TSA screeners this month for theft than at any other airport in the nation, the Miami New Times did some digging around to find out who was running the show down there.

The free weekly newspaper discovered that one of the head screeners at the airport, Juan Garcia, was fired in 2000 from an 18 year role as a cop. Why? Because he attempted to buy sex from a prostitute who, unfortunately for him, turned out to be one of his undercover colleagues.

Internal affairs records state that Garcia offered officer Ella Moore $60 for a “f*** and a suck”.

Needless to say, Garcia was arrested and charged with soliciting a prostitute, and conduct unbecoming an officer. He resigned from the Miami Police Department shortly thereafter.

Now, Garcia is in charge of overseeing the metal-detectors, body scanners and full body-patdowns used and conducted by TSA screeners at MIA.

Garcia was said to have been hired not too long after his exit from the police department, and according to a TSA spokesperson, the agency had full knowledge of his sexual misdemeanors.

“[Garcia] fully disclosed the charge on his application.” a statement sent to the Miami New Times by the TSA reads.

“As part of a full background check, TSA determined the charge had been dropped and therefore did not violate any hiring qualifications.”

So, in this instance the TSA did perform a background check, and concluded that it didn’t matter that someone who likes to buy sex illegally would be groping the genitals of law abiding Americans on a daily basis.

Earlier this year, a television station in Atlanta reported, however, that the TSA is so backlogged that it is simply forgoing background checks, and hiring just about anybody to grope and irradiate the public.

“In a move that could affect security at airports around the nation, the Transportation Security Administration confirmed Wednesday it had such a backlog of background security checks, airport employers were allowed to hire any employee needed,” WSBTV reported. “TSA officials said the background checks are delayed, but they are processing them as fast as they can.”

This could explain why the has TSA been found to consistently hire sexual deviants and even pedophiles.

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  1. Garcia was said to have been hired not too long after his exit from the police department, and according to a TSA spokesperson, the agency had full knowledge of his sexual misdemeanors… and concluded that it didn’t matter that someone who likes to buy sex illegally would be groping the genitals of law abiding Americans on a daily basis.

    Gee. The TSA probably concluded that Garcia had plenty of “on the job experience,” making him all the more qualified for his new duties.

  2. Since if we really owned ourselves then voluntary prostitution would not be a crime in the first place…. This is just another example of the government not following its own principles and its employees and managers being hypocrites. Also the special treatment members of the club get by having the charges dropped.

    • Dear Brent,

      Agree.

      Speaking only for myself, my real objection is not to his soliciting sex per se.

      It’s to his soliciting sex in his capacity as an enforcer for a Mafia with a Flag.

      You and I know it’s very different when the person “asking” for sex has a badge and a gun.

      That is not a “capitalist act between consenting adults.”

      • I am giving him the benefit of the doubt that he made his offer without using his badge. If he had, he probably would not have been arrested. When cops use their badge they are usually attempting to get services for free. Also the other cops had to be under the impression that Garcia was not cop otherwise the conversation would have ended before an offer was made.

    • I have no issue with someone paying for sex. Consenting adults have every right to do as they wish with their bodies – and their money. I am not harmed by “Smith’s” paying “Sheila” for her favors. Sheila may be harmed in some spiritual/psychological sense (as the moral police might argue) and perhaps even Smith, too. But again, that is none of my affair – as far as my having any right to forcibly intervene. And if I have no such right to intervene, then how can anyone else have such a right – since no one has special rights or superior rights? That means. logically, the government has no right to intervene. Because what is government? Organized force controlled by … people. Not special people possessed of special rights. Just.. people. They have no more right to use force than any of us do.

      Most people, though, have been hypnotized and conditioned to believe otherwise.

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