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The Transaction: Eyewitness to an aviation nightmare

During a trip from Morocco in February, WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green witnessed a traveler breeze through an airport security checkpoint after bribing a police officer. The impact of that transaction may never be known, but just the existence of the practice is endangering aviation security around the world.

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