TSA Screener (Groper) On Child Pornography Charges

This guy was no doubt patting down children as described in the disgusting acts I wrote about previously. Here we have the state sanctioning a child predator and assisting him in the sexual assault of children in his so called “work”.

A passenger screener at Philadelphia International Airport is facing charges that he distributed more than 100 images of child pornography via Facebook, records show. Federal agents also allege that Transportation Safety Administration Officer Thomas Gordon Jr. of Philadelphia, who routinely searched airline passengers, uploaded explicit pictures of young girls to an Internet site on which he also posted a photograph of himself in his TSA uniform.

Homeland Security agents arrested the TSA officer March 24, and he is being held without bail. Although the case was unsealed Thursday, neither the indictment nor the news release mentioned Gordon’s job searching airline passengers for TSA.

Source-Philadelphia Enquirer

5 thoughts on “TSA Screener (Groper) On Child Pornography Charges

  1. That’s the first one in the news. Statistically speaking (and with some 60,000 employees), there will be many, many more of that sort of creeps grasping and groping and getting their kicks out of this perverted Orwellian industry of “airport security”.


  2. Of course, Bez, it’s probably much worse than just “statistically speaking” – I bet the TSA actually attracts, disproprtionately, those who are wired this way, or who are on some kind of power trip (shortman’s disease or the female equivalent).


  3. Let’s hope the publicity stirs up more reaction against TSA.

    At least to the level of police checks on candidates. That should be quantifiable.

    I’m sure there are prostest groups at airports the media aren’t covering.

    I’m surprised the media are still covering TSA stories.


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