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TSA Thwarts Alleged Attempted Kidnapping in FL
Two TSA workers at a Florida airport are being lauded as heros for rescuing an allegedly kidnapped woman as her supposed attackers were trying to usher her through airport security.
FOX News Radio’s Eben Brown reports from Miami:
Two TSA officers at Miami International Airport might have intervened in a kidnapping. The pair, working the security line, noticed a woman who didn’t look right…
(Hatfield) “The officers who detected this woman, who observed her, said that upon closer inspection it was clear that she had visible bruises on her face.”
Miami TSA Chief Mark Hatfield. The officers took the woman aside, and that’s when she told them she need help getting away from her travel partners. Two other women are now charged with abducting and beating her. The victim was in south Florida on vacation.
In Miami, Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.