Airport Screeners Do Poorly, Panel Told (washingtonpost.com)
Apparently, the TSA's security screeners miss 2 out of every 10 prohibited items sent through their checkpoints in a test. According to the Post, there was no difference between state-run and private security. Which is no surprise when they hire the kind of people who stick their heads in the X-ray machine to "see their brains". Would you trust this lot with your biometric data?