I-Team: Aviation Insecurity - Security TheaterIn the days following the 9-11 attacks leaders in Washington rushed to build a security system to give Americans confidence to fly again. With record number of travelers now flying one could argue that the creation of the Transportation Security Administration --or TSA--was a success. But critics, from those who work at TSA to those who helped create it, say the agency has become a bloated, out of control bureaucracy where problems are ignored or swept under the rug and where security vulnerabilities are as bad or worse than prior to 9-11.
I-Team: Airport InsecurityIn the nine years since the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, the federal government has spent billions of your tax dollars supposedly to create better security and aviation safety. But a six month I-Team investigation into security at our airports raises serious questions about how much safer we really are. I-Team investigator Stephen Stock digs up the truth behind what critics call "Security Theater" at our airports.