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    Posted November 16, 2011 by
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    Letter to the FBI


    November 15
    Houston, Texas


    To: The FBI
    From: William Touzani, ex- TSA Officer
    Re: Conspiracy by top TSA management to remove evidence about serious breach of security.


    In brief, I like to say that Ann Testa, TSA’s Federal Security Director, Hector Vela, the Acting FSD, have lied about their role in the events following the publications of the books “Checkpoint to Heaven” and “Screeners and Virgins“. The books were determined to contain several SSI items and were ordered off the market immediately. I was also suspended without pay for 2 weeks, by the same people that created the breach.
    On November, 2011, I was fired for creating a collage of pictures of some co-workers, where one caption said “I hate Blondes”. The statement was determined to be racist. The real reason however, was to cover their involvement in the books publications, and fearing that the truth may come back to haunt them.
    After 9 years with TSA, I find myself without income or means to support my two children. I’ll be forced to relocate to my native country of Morocco, and stay with relatives.
    Prior to coming back to the US, shortly before 9/11, I have worked as a manufacturer of leather goods in the old Medina of Casablanca, where I often came in contact with Muslim radicals and Al Qaeda sympathizers. Many tried to befriend me because of my US citizenship. This was discussed in the book.
    Going back to Morocco at this time, and getting back to my old profession may be very harmful for my safety and to the traveling public. I would be considered an expert in Airline Checkpoint security, and a good source for providing means of successfully breaching Airport security.
    While Ann Testa, Hector Vela and Sam Lima may be simply trying to remove me and the evidence of their cover-up, in order to further their careers, the ramifications to their actions may be far graver.


    William Touzani

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