omething is very wrong about the TSA use of body scanners which are being sold to Airport Security throughout America, and the Tranportation Security Agency. The seller is none other than Michael Chertoff, the former head of the TSA, at a cost of more than $150,000 per machine. That is a lot of profit to Chertoff. This is a waste of our tax dollars when you consider that bomb sniffing dogs are preferred by the FBI at their own headquarters, and by the US Army in Baghdad. Dogs cost about $8,500 in total.
So what gives?
Is this whole issue about Michael Chertoff making a profit? It certainly has nothing to do with making Americans safer at airports. This video is a good one which explains what is at stake.