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Thank you -- security procedures at US airports remain unchanged tonight despite the development of that new bomb.
Correspondent -- Kelly tells us it is the latest challenge.
For the much maligned TSA.
Founded by TSA agents yesterday hidden in stuffed toy animals -- a Rhode Island airport gun parts and ammunition.
The find a small victory for an agency that's losing the confidence of frustrated passengers.
Too many -- Americans instead of delivering.
Effective security believe the TSA has given America Americans.
Public long lines and policies that hardly make us safer.
Passengers already run a gauntlet of security procedures from X ray conveyor belt machines for carry -- metal detectors body scanners -- hand held detectors and pat downs.
Now a new report questions whether all that hassle and expense to taxpayers is worth it.
The report finds TSA is wasting hundreds of millions of dollars.
It found 5700 pieces of security equipment went -- use in a warehouse in Dallas Texas for over six months.
Somebody needs to see the fact -- both and acquiring equipment deploying equipment.
And making sure -- equipment is not sitting in a warehouse idol when people are trying to take our lights out.
House oversight committee chairman generalize it suggests that congress may have been criminally misled by the agency.
When investigators went to inventory equipment and warehouse workers were observed moving it out a back door.
People were brought in it I believe 3 in the morning so they could get RT 5 in the morning so they -- get it out before our people came in TSA representatives were grilled over whether expensive hoppers for explosive Trace detectors ever worked.
One member suggested that talks to a better job.
It's what the Israelis -- It's what the Pentagon does it's what the White House does it's what we do in the United States congress it -- only the TSA.
Decides that whole body image he's seen machines are better and then we stick hundreds of millions of dollars them in the warehouse the joint committee also found the TSA -- body scanners before they were even tested for effectiveness and that's not the first time pastors may have noticed those coffers designed to detect explosive -- have disappeared.
They didn't work they clogged up from dust and dirt were quietly removed from the nation's airports despite costing taxpayers almost thirty million dollars.
-- Doug thank you.
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