by: Aaron Diamant Updated:
ATLANTA - Nine months after an investigation into a security breach at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Channel 2 Action News has obtained shocking new images from inside airline caterer Gate Gourmet's Atlanta airport operation.
The latest concerns are part of a continuing Channel 2 Action News investigation into what air safety experts and lawmakers say is an ongoing security breach involving access to catering carts.
Investigative reporter Aaron Diamant reached out to one
"That just shows the security practices that I've been talking about for this long, that you can get anything on a plane," the
The sandwiches were made at a Gate Gourmet kitchen in Amsterdam, but Diamant asked the
"Without a doubt," the whistle-blower responded. "Totally."
Our source brought showed Diamant new video, shot at the Atlanta facility since the needle scare, showing catering carts with security seals that weren't actually sealed, allowing employees to easily open the carts and insert unauthorized items.
A second video showed a box marked "Delta" full of food for an international flight. The
"Right now they told us to put tape on top of the boxes and then take the tape off once we get on the plane," the
The whistle-blower also introduced Diamant to a
"As soon as you step outside the bathroom door, the carts are right there,
"They're the exact same trucks that carry all of the food, all of the equipment, drinks, utensils, all of it," the second whistle-blower said.