Just about zero. Same for Holder's DoJ.
Federal Air Marshal Service director Robert Bray is one of several officials being investigated in connection with the scheme, and his retirement is directly related to the investigation, reports FoxNews.com.
The probe is believed to involve the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and stems from whistleblower accusations against FAMS supervisor Danny Poulos. He is accused of using the agency’s license and connection with gun manufacturer Sig Sauer to collect and redistribute discounted or free guns for high-up TSA and FAMS officials’ personal use.
According to documents obtained by Fox News.com, the director and former deputy director “received several firearms from [the supervisor] that included ‘special purchases’ such as long guns and assault rifles.”
The documents also claim the ongoing investigation “is being
conducted quietly to keep Congress in the dark on the gross
mismanagement and misdeeds that the FAMS senior management staff have
perpetrated for several years.”
Homeland Security subcommittee chair Rep. Richard Hudson wrote a
letter to TSA head John Pistole Thursday complaining Congress has not
been properly notified of the investigation and expressed “grave
concern” about the claims of misconduct, reports Fox News.
If he expects an actual answer from "I think flying is a privilege" Pistole...