Social media has recently been abuzz with a video showing thefts of cash and personal items from passengers' bags by security personnel at the Miami International Airport.

According to a report by The New York Post, on June 29th of the current year, at least 600 dollars were stolen from passengers' bags by employees of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

The thefts at the airport security checkpoint were exposed following reports of money and belongings being stolen from passengers' bags. Law enforcement agencies have launched an inquiry into the incident. Consequently, two TSA employees, Josue Gonzalez, aged 20, and Laryan Johnson, aged 33, have been identified as the suspects.

A recent video that has surfaced on social media depicts TSA employees rifling through passengers' wallets and removing money. The video footage additionally depicts them removing items from the bags as they move through the X-ray machines. In a particular instance, one employee is observed discreetly placing money from a passenger's wallet into their pocket.

According to Fox News, last July, these two accused individuals and another person, Elizabeth Faster, were arrested. Initially, they were charged with organized theft. According to records from the Miami-Dade County Jail, both individuals are presently detained at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.

TSA has stated that the accused employees have been relieved of their screening duties at the airport until the investigation and administrative actions are completed. In a statement, the agency emphasized its commitment to the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct among its personnel. The organization will not tolerate any form of misconduct in the workplace.

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