A security officerchecks a passenger at a security checkpoint. The TSA is being criticized for shelving $184 million worth of security equipment in a warehouse in Texas. (KEYSTONE/Salvatore Di Nolfi)
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The TSA is Using Armed Undercover Air Marshals to Spy On Unsuspecting Travelers

Marshals may “document whether passengers fidget, use a computer, have a ‘jump’ in their Adam’s apple or a ‘cold penetrating stare,’ among other behaviors” such as using a phone or changing clothes.