TSA screeners failed tests to detect explosives, weapons
By Eric Bradner and Rene Marsh, CNN
Updated 7:21 PM ET, Mon June 1, 2015
| Video Source: CNN
Washington (CNN)Airport screeners failed to detect explosives and weapons in nearly every test that an undercover Homeland Security team conducted at dozens of airports, according to an internal investigation.
The Transportation Security Administration found that "red teams" with the Department of Homeland Security's Office of the Inspector General were able to get banned items through the screening process in 67 out of 70 tests -- 95% -- it conducted across the nation.
The test results were first reported by ABC News, and government officials confirmed them to CNN.
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