TSA Whistleblower invents secure pilot doors
An air marshal was fired by the TSA when the agency was caught trying to cut federal air marshal flights after 9/11. The TSA was forced to take him back but chose to put him in dead-end jobs, prompting him to sue the agency once again. When they failed to offer a plan to secure pilot doors on American aircraft to prevent another hijacking and terrorist attack, he invented one himself and now he is back in court. TSA whistleblower Robert MacLean speaks with John Kiriakou on this episode of The Whistleblowers.