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'Patriot Pilot' Reveals Identity After Angering TSA With YouTube Video

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: patriot, airports, government, terrorism, politics )

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A major problem with airport security is that ground crews can access the airport tarmac and any aircraft without having to be screened by security. The next major attack may not occur in the cabin of an aircraft, but on the tarmac of an airport, Liu ....


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Pat B (354)
Tuesday December 28, 2010, 7:27 pm
Good for you, Mr. Liu. I don't have any confidence in the TSA anyway, for either safety or security. TY, Jae for this great post.

Past Member (0)
Tuesday December 28, 2010, 8:29 pm
Noted. Thanks, Jae.

Kit B (276)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 5:06 am

Lovely! Thanks for the giggle.

Angela Dubie (306)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 7:54 am
look at the retaliation that he is receiving because he dared exercise his freedom of speech,and expose T.S.A. and not only from one agency, yet people still think that Asange is guilty of rape, it is our own government that has raped the constitution of it's meaning and it's protection!
My husband and i know first hand of the bag of dirty tricks that the gov. has for those who stand in their way to a global soociety!

Past Member (0)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 8:44 am
If I was Blackwater, I'd hire this guy in a heartbeat since he's a natural in what "should be", protection.
I just don't get the "shoot the messenger" tactics that happen, other than the possbilities that the incompetents don't want someone to do a better job than they think they are doing, eh? What do you think?

Past Member (0)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 8:52 am
Noted, thanks Jae...saw this on the news last night.

pam w (139)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 9:09 am
He's a brave man!

Krasimira B (175)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 9:43 am
Bravo Mr. Liu!

minkie amoroso (10)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 12:58 pm
Liu should have gone face to face in he begining. By pstin that on you tube, didn't he think that it left an opening for TERRORIST to know HOW TO HIT US IN THE AIR?????????? Well for all those thatdidn't live with 9-11 in your face, and lose the ones you love , than you can call him a patriot pilot. I CAN'T. He should have reported this and he knew better, i do blieve that is in his contract as a pilot.

Jon Stewart (37)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 2:28 pm
I salute all "whistle-blowers"! Bradley Manning, Julian Aaange, and Mr. Liu to name a few. The authorities have been feeding us the line "See Something, Say Something" since 9-11. Unfortunately, it is often in the best interest of the person you say something TO to not act on the information, leaving public disclosure the only possible means of getting a problem addressed. No one seems to be disproving any of the public disclosures.
We should be more concerned with scumbags like glen beck and rush limbaugh who "blow the whistle" on public officials using lies, misquotes and selectively edited B.S.

Mary T (178)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 2:53 pm
Noted and good for you Mr. Liu.

Christopher Fowler (82)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 4:05 pm
"......suspended from the Federal Flight Deck Officer program for violating regulations concerning disclosure of sensitive security information and for causing the loss of public confidence in the TSA."

Really? How much confidence can anyone have in the TSA, when it is common knowledge that all they are doing is to invade our privacy and illegally search us every time that we go to the airport.

Their methods are subversive of the Constitution and ineffective against the terrorists.they should get disbanded and their funding should go to hunter-killer teams to hunt down and eliminate, with the most extreme prejudice possible, the terrorists.
It worked for Israel and it can work for us.

Ralph F (70)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 6:11 pm
Mr. Liu, by pointing out flaws in security, has just helped protect uncountable travelers and airport staff, if the authorities are as vigorous in implementing security "downstairs" as they are in molesting passengers upstairs. He also probably closed one more loophole in any possible false-flag ops. Is this the reason he is being smeared and scolded?

William K (308)
Wednesday December 29, 2010, 9:20 pm
He was suspended for causing a loss in public confidence in the TSA? I think that the TSA has done a good enough job of that on their own. In other words, he embarrassed them.

Edward M (8)
Thursday December 30, 2010, 2:21 am
Another case of "shoot the messenger".
Your TSA is currently being run by people who cannot abide constructive criticism, probably due to the way it is made up with an unhealthy hierarchy which considers any such views to be unhelpful, especially if it challenges their regulation authority. It seems to work along the lines of "The TSA Knows Best" when it comes to ALL security matters.
I would suggest that it's about time for a radical spring clean of the old, jaded, ideas constantly maintained by those presently working for this Agency(and apparently cast in stone), to move to an open system that welcomes and encourages fresh and innovative suggestions for improvements, with the ultimate goal of supplying better passenger and staff safety and security within all American airports.

Jeannette A (137)
Saturday January 1, 2011, 7:11 am
Again it appears that the wort offense is not to endanger someone but to EMBARRASS someone. Wouldn't it be refreshing if the next time something like this happened, the company rewarded the whistle blower, apologized to the public and promised and acted on the promise to rectify the situation? Then you can bet that the next time there was a situation that needed fixing, it wouldn't be forced to be made public. We have lost all trust in the TSA.... Edward M. is right... a spring cleaning is long past due.

Angela Dubie (306)
Saturday January 1, 2011, 9:03 am
If flying is so dangerous, because of supposed terrorist, and driving so dangerious because of supposed drunk drivers, than it's time to outlaw flying and driving,because human nature will not change even by outlawing it1

Bruce Eyster (62)
Sunday January 2, 2011, 8:53 pm
Great post !
Thank You !
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