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PARAPOLICIALES DE LA SECTA 3HO-KUNDALINI YOGA
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WHO'S Guarding the Henhouse ???
"SEEK and ye shall find."
Matthew 7:7

Sightings from
The Catbird Seat
Air Marshals Arrested OnDrug Trafficking Charges
Men Worked At Other Law Enforcement Agencies
www.click2houston.com
HOUSTON -- Two air marshals were arrested in connection with using their positions for drug trafficking, KPRC Local 2 reported Friday.
A tipster told FBI agents that the men, whose names were not released, were buying and selling drugs as they flew around the country as air marshals.
The federal government hired thousands of air marshals after Sept. 11, posting the undercover, armed agents on board random airplanes.
Because they carry guns, the marshals bypass metal detectors and X-ray machines.
The air marshals arrested Thursday were scheduled on an overnight flight, possibly to Las Vegas. They were arrested before making it to the airport.
Agents searched the northwest-side home of one of the men. The search warrant, which details what was found, is sealed.
Both men worked with other law enforcement agencies before becoming air marshals, sources told KPRC. One of them was a Drug Enforcement Administration agent until 2002, when he joined the air marshals.
The men's first court appearance is scheduled for Monday.
Airport security firm accused of bribery
By Jeffrey Gold, Associated Press
NEWARK, N.J. - A security company with contracts to protect New York-area airports, bridges and tunnels has been charged with paying bribes to get work and hiring dozens of employees with criminal records.
Haynes Security Inc. and its president, John D'Agostino, were charged with theft, bribery and conspiracy in an indictment announced Tuesday.
Among the allegations: Haynes paid more than $1,000 in August 2001 for repairs at the home of a Continental Airlines manager in return for consideration for a contract at the Newark airport. No charges were brought against any Continental employees.
"We need to ensure the highest level of safety, security and service," said Pasquale DiFulco, a spokesman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which oversees the facilities....
Investigators said Haynes hired 27 convicted criminals - who are barred from holding security posts - to work at the airport and for the state's largest utility, Public Service Electric & Gas....
Also indicted was Benjamin R. Riggi, a former PSE&G manager was accused of accepting a $7,500 bribe in 2002 to approve Haynes' contract with the utility....
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