Security staff at Logan International Airport have filed complaints that their co-workers target minorities for security checks, according to the Boston Globe.
Over 30 officers have lodged the complaints, which are under investigation by the Transportation Security Administration, the Globe reports.
Security at airports are supposed to use "behavioral detection" methods to pick up facial expression and body language to deem someone suspicious. According to the Globe, Logan had once been held up as a model for behavioral detection.
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