What you don’t know won’t hurt them.
San Jose officials who demanded an accounting of airport security breaches that have raised questions about passenger safety in the post 9/11 era were frustrated Thursday after the city’s aviation director said federal authorities wouldn’t let her discuss them.
Director of Aviation Kim Aguirre told council members on the city’s public safety committee that two highly publicized stowaway incidents at Mineta San Jose International Airport this year were the only “major” breaches in her 19 years at the airport. But she said the federal Transportation Security Administration prohibited her from releasing more information about those or any other incidents.
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