Agency embroiled in yet another scandal
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The Transportation Security Administration has found itself embroiled in yet another scandal after a TSA whistleblower accused the federal agency of covering up her sexual assault at the hands of a TSA investigator by forcing her to sign a false disavowal.
“Nilda C. Marugame, a TSA worker at Lihue airport, sued the TSA’s governmental parent, the Department of Homeland Security, in Federal Court. Marugame claims a TSA investigator (TSI) “sexually assaulted her” on Aug. 26, 2009,” reports Courthouse News Service.
When Marugame subsequently attempted to notify the Assistant Federal Security Director about the incident, she was immediately suspended for three days and then coerced into signing a statement that erroneously characterized the sexual advances as being consensual.
“She says she is “at least the third woman to report unwelcome sexual advances” from the same man, and that all of his victims were retaliated against with suspension or threats of termination,” states the report.
While all three women were punished for complaining about the assaults, no action was taken against the perpetrator, according to the case.
Marugame is currently trying to sue the TSA in federal court for lost wages resulting from her suspension and damages pertaining to the sexual assault.
Of course, the fact that the agency tasked with fondling travelers, including children, is constantly embroiled in sexual assault and rape cases, illustrates perfectly why it should be abolished.
As we have laboriously documented, sexual deviancy is so prevalent within the TSA that it’s almost become a prerequisite to get the job. Indeed, a prank caller who pretended to be a sex pervert phoned the TSA about applying for a job and was treated seriously by a TSA staffer.
Last week yet another scandal emerged when 52-year-old TSA worker Harold Glen Rodman approached a woman in full uniform before flashing his badge and proceeding to allegedly rape and sodomize her.
Back in March last year it emerged that TSA worker Sean Shanahan, who was employed at Boston Logan International Airport to pat down passengers, had been charged with multiple child sex crimes targeting an underage girl.
Similarly, 57-year-old Charles Henry Bennett, who worked at Orlando International Airport as a TSA screener, was arrested in connection with the molestation of a 6-year-old girl whom he planned to make his “sex slave”.
In December last year, yet another TSA worker, Andrew Cheever, was exposed as a pedophile when more than 10,000 child porn videos and images were discovered on his computer.