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44 TSA employees here at Newark liberty international aren't hot water this evening for allegedly not checking baggage properly.
And that has some people flying today.
A little bit concerns.
What if that was -- that day and I -- they got past.
-- got -- job you know you when you when your pants on a good job you expect them do that job passengers have said to find out that 25 Newark Airport TSA employees face the possibility of losing their jobs.
While another nineteen could be suspended.
The Transportation Security Administration is looking to take the action.
-- it says those workers -- -- properly screen luggage.
-- -- supervisors and managers.
Security expert Robert Strang says failure to properly checked luggage.
Could have serious consequences.
-- -- doesn't -- stay in the airplanes in New York once it gets in this system it could contaminate the entire night.
I'll go even further can contaminate the entire world.
The TSA says security breach was discovered after surveillance cameras were set up in some screening room this.
In his statement the TSA told us the action reaffirms its commitment to keeping travelers safe.
Meanwhile the union for the workers says these workers never put the public in any danger.
It says all the unchecked -- in question were screened but just weren't open it something they say is simply training issue.
Earlier this month a secret internal report from Newark revealed that screeners there only properly executed standard pat downs of passengers.
Sixteen point 7% of the time.
It only took proper action are prohibited items one quarter of the time.
All 44 TSA employees -- faced possible termination or suspension.
Do have the right to appeal to the story does not end here reporting from Newark Liberty International Airport -- Waldman.
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