Cleveland mayor’s aides suspended for bypassing TSA airport security | #ESC_LLC #TSA #Security #Airport | Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Assistant Director Fred Szabo and Darnell Brown, the mayor’s chief of operations, were both suspended without pay — with Szabo suspended for 10 days and Brown for five days. Cleveland.com reports Szabo used his clearance to help Brown retrieve a laptop from his car and bypass airport security to return to a flight. (Please scroll down)
Authorities say Szabo will also lose airport privileges for 90 days, including the ability to bypass Transportation Security Administration security and escort others through security.
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