FAA Whistleblower

An agent of the Federal Aviation Administration is charging that the FAA was lax in enforcing security. The whistleblower has filed a complaint with the federal government and plans to testify before Congress this week that he could not get his superiors to improve security when lapses were reported. From member station WBUR in Boston, Fred Thys reports.

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