Friday, February 13, 2015

Another TSA agent charged with child sex abuse

Today we have news of yet another TSA agent arrested for child sexual abuse. 

Well, why not? So many of his colleagues are in the same boat, at least the ones who have been caught.

Samuel Bryant, 40, lives just outside Baltimore and worked -- until now -- at BWI -- Baltimore-Washington International -- Airport. He was arrested on charges of sexual abuse of a minor, second-degree assault, and a fourth-degree sex offense. From the Baltimore Sun:
Bryant is accused of inappropriately touching a 14-year-old girl on three occasions at his Brooklyn Park home on Jan. 5. The girl told a sibling about the alleged abuse on Feb. 4,and the sibling told their mother, according to charging documents.
He had been working for the TSA since 2004.

Like Thomas Harkin, like Vernon Lythcott, like Michael Scott Wilson, like Andrew Smeal, like Jose E. Salgado like Harold Glen Rodman, like their colleagues, like so many others, these are the people groping you and your children and rummaging through your private belongings. These are the people keeping you "safe."

Bon voyage!