TSA Air Marshal Arrested For Taking Photos Up Passengers’ Skirts

TSA Air Marshal Arrested for Taking Photos Up Passengers’ Skirts (Liberty Blitzkrieg, Oct 17, 2013):

Let’s look at the latest scorecard in the so-called “war on terror.” We recently discovered that contrary to earlier estimates of 54 thwarted terror attacks, the NSA has actually only stopped “one or perhaps two” attacks. Furthermore, while it somehow couldn’t prevent the Boston attack, the FBI had no qualms with assassinating a friend of one of the suspects under highly suspicious circumstances. A bizarre situation to which we still have no answers.

It’s not just the NSA though. The kind folks at the TSA, you know the people who pat you down at the airport, apparently have a pervert employee problem (shocker). Specifically, a federal air marshal was arrested today in Nashville for taking photos up women’s skirts. While on duty.

From WKRN-TV in Nashville:

A federal air marshal was arrested on Thursday after he allegedly took cell phone photographs up passengers’ skirts.

According to a police affidavit, a witness grabbed Adam Bartsch’s cell phone after seeing him take the inappropriate photos and notified a flight attendant.

Bartsch, who was on duty at the time, was removed from Southwest flight number 3132 and taken into police custody after admitting to taking 10 to 12 pictures underneath women’s skirts.

Authorities said the 28-year-old man said he had taken similar photos more than a dozen times in the past.

In a statement late Thursday afternoon, the Transportation Security Administration said, “TSA does not tolerate criminal behavior. The agency immediately removed this individual from his current duties and is in the process of suspending or terminating his employment. TSA continues to assist with the investigation.”

Perhaps he was merely investigating a new al-Qaeda tactic…

Full article here.

In Liberty,

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