TSA Charges Congressman With Violating Federal Law For Exposing Security Breaches

(PRISON PLANET)   Officials at the Department of Homeland Security, the parent agency of the TSA, have claimed that a Congressman violated federal law by disclosing to the press details of 25,000 security breaches over the past ten years, despite the fact that the documents from which he gleaned the information were non-classified.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) received a letter last week outlining the charge from Homeland Security Deputy Counsel Joseph B. Maher, following a Congressional oversight hearing on the TSA last Wednesday.

During the hearing Chaffetz disclosed information about the security breaches, which made headlines in USA Today and several other newspapers.


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