She jettisoned the luggage and her designer shoes and fled the terminal but was captured on video. The flight attendant was not an American Airlines employee but was supposed to work for JetBlue Airways. “With her bringing this amount of narcotics in the airport, chances are this wasn’t her first time through,” said Marshall McClain, head of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association. Security threats from airline employees, as well as workers hired by contractors, have been a focus of the TSA. Even a TSA worker was accused in December of allowing drug runners to pass their bags through X-ray machines without being stopped. Even if a decision will be made it will be for random screening due to costs involved.