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Testimony of James Miller, Jr. Regarding September 11 Litigation

sullivan_9.11_Bavis_6.27.11_Exhibit_27.pdf

Title

Testimony of James Miller, Jr. Regarding September 11 Litigation

Subject

Evidence
Witnesses
Airports--Security measures--United States
Airline passenger security screening
Terrorism--United States--Prevention​
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001

Description

Pages 82 through 93 of interview of James Miller, Jr., conducted on May 23, 2008 by TC Reporting in affiliation with Merrill Corporation. Miller was asked about a co-worker who worked at the CTX machine, the necessity of screening all individuals who pass through security checkpoints, and complaints about flight crews not being properly screened. The majority of this portion of the interview discusses Miller's observation of a person or persons taking pictures at the main security checkpoint at Logan International Airport of the checkpoint itself, setup, and machines prior to September 11. Miller was supervisor to Theresa Spagnuolo.

Date

May 23, 2008

Contributor

Brian Sullivan, FAA Special Agent (Retired)

Rights

Public Domain

Citation

“Testimony of James Miller, Jr. Regarding September 11 Litigation,” September 11 Digital Archive, accessed December 12, 2017, http://911digitalarchive.org/items/show/96768.

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