Airport Security Being Scrutinized by Congress
Congress is Putting Homeland Security on Notice About Airport Security
CHARLOTTE, N. C - Massachusettes congressman Bill Keating says he is dumbfounded at the lack of urgency given to the security breach at Charlotte Douglas International Airport from last November. Investigators say the teen climbed into the wheel well of a jet in Charlotte. He died and his body was discovered near the Logan aiport in Boston. Keating says if there's a security breakdown at one airport particularly a hub such as Charlotte Douglas than countless other airports and cities are vulnerable. He also said "you look out the window at the tarmac and perimeter and frankly, I don't feel safe when I'm taking a plane."
At a business near the airport, Tracy Coulter has certainly thought about the security breach a lot. She believes if someone wants to get into a place, they will do it. She says the only way to insulate ourselves from the bizarre situation like Tisdale's breach is to become a military state which she adamantly against.
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