TSA Air Marshal Arrested For Taking Upskirt Photos of Passengers

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An Air Marshal was arrested this week after a passenger caught him taking inappropriate photos

A federal air marshal was arrested Thursday morning at Nashville International Airport after he was caught taking multiple upskirt pictures of female passengers boarding a plane, police told CNN.

A witness spotted 28-year-old Adam Bartsch, who was on duty, taking pictures with his cell phone underneath women’s dresses, police said. The witness grabbed Bartsch’s phone and notified a Southwest Airlines flight attendant, a police report said.[1]

TSA Air Marshal Arrested For Taking Upskirt Photos of Passengers

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Bartsch later admitted to the crime and then confessed that he had done this on several other occasions.  He was charged with disorderly conduct and held on $10,000 bail.

The Transportation Security Administration said it is assisting authorities with the investigation.

“TSA does not tolerate criminal behavior. The agency immediately removed this individual from his current duties and is in the process of suspending or terminating his employment.”

Meanwhile the TSA is threatening to arrest anyone who makes jokes or “remarks” about them.

Travelers are reporting threatening messages coming from the loudspeakers of the Travel Security Administration.  The TSA has been broadcasting warnings that people will be arrested for making jokes in the presence of the infamous federal checkpoint agents.  Policestateusa.com has obtained exclusive audio of the threats.

Matt Miller said on the morning of September 20th, during his return trip from Colorado to Florida, he spent a few hours in Houston waiting for a connecting flight.   Sitting at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, he repeatedly heard a TSA audio message on the intercom that disturbed him.

“…You are also reminded that any inappropriate remarks or jokes concerning security may result in your arrest.”

Miller documented the message with an audio recording via his cell phone and sent it to policestateusa.com.[2]

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