Video: TSA Using Bizarre 'Freeze' Security Drill on Travelers
The TSA has implemented a new policy in which TSA screeners suddenly tell passengers to "freeze." Travelers are expected to stop and stand exactly where they are.
The so-called 'freeze drill' is even used on travelers who have already passed TSA security screening points, reports InfoWars.com.
A recently uploaded video (below) on YouTube shows shows the final 24 seconds of a two-minute period during which travelers were ordered to freeze by TSA workers.
On the video, one TSA screener says “stay right where you are” to a man who is walking through the airport and is unaware of the odd exercise.
The You Tube user, who recorded the incident, wrote: “This video was shot within the 'secure' area of the terminal, BEYOND the security gate. Note that the TSA 'guard' is offering no explanation, only giving harsh threats and orders to stay still. Note that there was NO event or threat taking place of any kind."
The 'freeze' policy is known as 'Code Bravo Sierra' or 'Code Bravo' by the TSA.