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TSA Manager Likes Touching Strangers 24/7; Arrested For Running Prostitution Ring

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 Via Instapundit comes news of the Transportation Security Administration one of the most disliked and underperforming parts of the federal government (thank you for creating it, George W. Bush):

A manager at the Transportation Security Administration has lost his job after being arrested on prostitution-related charges. According to court documents, the agency had received a complaint of "very similar" activities back in 2009.

Bryant Jermaine Livingston, 39, was arrested while on the job as a supervisor of TSA agents at Dulles International Airport. The Manassas, Virginia resident, said by phone he is innocent of the charges, but declined to discuss the details of the case.

According to charging documents, on February 15th, Livingston used cash to rent a room at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Georgia Ave. in Silver Spring, Md. The hotel manager recognized Livingston as a previous customer who, on earlier occasions had "groups of males and females frequently entering and exiting Livingston's room," according to a court document….

Whole story here.

Let's not miss the irony here: The TSA should be disbanded and prostitution should be legal. Priorities, people. Priorities.

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  1. lol, now why am I not the least bit surprised lol.

    http://www.Anon-Works.tk

  2. Livingston denied prostitution was occurring, and invited the manager and police into the room. Responding officers say they saw, “11 people inside the room [including] three naked females and four males attempting to get dressed.”

    Obviously they were just honing their TSA patdown techniques.

    1. No, it’s a book club.

    2. “charging individuals $25. for sexual acts”

      And getting some ideas for funding itself. It’s only a matter of time before TSA seeks full cost recovery for each “patdown”

    3. practice makes perfect

    4. “11 people inside the room [including] three naked females and four males attempting to get dressed.”

      $25? 11 people in a single hotel room? Some sort of tug-job emporium?

    5. “11 people inside the room [including] three naked females and four males”

      and what were the other four doing?

      1. But they were hermaphrodites.

  3. Let’s not miss the irony here: The TSA should be disbanded and prostitution should be legal.

    LOL

  4. Bryant Jermaine Livingston, 39, was arrested while on the job as a supervisor of TSA agents at Dulles International Airport.

    What? That doesn’t work. They should have kicked in his front door in the early morning hours and shot his dogs. Well, after they kicked in his neighbors door and shot their dogs. That’s how you serve a warrant.

    1. Nothing else happened.

    2. Professional courtesy.

  5. Maybe it was just a swingers group.

    1. His TSA job is superfluous.

  6. Let’s not sully the good name of sex work by tying it to the TSA.

    1. Let’s DSK him!

  7. via Instapundit:
    Cops in a jam after cell tape contradicts arrest report. “Felony charges have been dropped against a Florida woman after a cellphone tape of her arrest sharply contradicted two police officers’ version of events.”

    Shocked, I am.

  8. It’s within the realm of possibility that he used the whole body scanner to check out possible, um, subcontractors.

    How about them apples, TSA?

  9. Behindertsein ist sch?n

  10. This is so silly. It was obviously a swingers party which is legal.

    1. Legal as in the sense of “not the crime of prostitution or related crimes,” yes. Legal as in complying with every other law and ordinance regarding business licensing, zoning, etc. and with contractual restrictions on the use of a hotel room – not so much.

  11. Bryant Livingston is the very same piece of human garbage that threw me out of Dulles Airport for refusing to pose naked in his pornography scanner for his male buddies in the back room, and simultaneously refusing to let a female assailant in a blue shirt sexually assault me while he watched with his sick creepy eyes. I’ve still got his business card on my desk from that November incident. I’m not at all surprised that this man is a putrid sex criminal; that’s what he did for a government paycheck too. This man had many ways of exploiting people sexually for money.

  12. Shouldn’t Reason be celebrating this entreprenneur? How else is Peter Suderman supposed to get laid?

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