✈ ✈ ✈ TSA HIDES KEY WITNESS IN VIOLATION OF JUDGE'S FINAL THIRD ORDER ✈ ✈ ✈
The former TSA Director of the Office of Sensitive Security Information ("SSI"), Andrew Colsky, provided some shocking testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight & Government Reform Committee ("the Oversight Committee"). His testimony is summarized in its May 29, 2014 bipartisan "Joint Staff Report." He gave Congress an email he sent to eight TSA attorneys that he was "very uncomfortable" about sworn testimony he gave in order to support MacLean's termination and that he does not "know what to honestly call SSI anymore." He testified to Congress that his office was under "extreme pressure" to mark "embarrassing information...that was not by any stretch of the imagination at all SSI."
Below is the final order from the San Francisco MSPB judge that was a denial of a "motion for interlocutory appeal" to the full MSPB in Washington DC. The TSA never appealed this order, therefore it was obligated to allow MacLean's attorney to depose Graceson: