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RESPONSE TO TERROR | IN BRIEF / MASSACHUSETTS

Air Security Company Loses Permit to Operate

November 16, 2001|Times Wire Reports

Argenbright Security Inc., the nation's largest airport security firm, was barred Thursday from working in Massachusetts because of its felony convictions, probation violations and lapses at Boston's Logan International Airport.

Col. John DiFava, superintendent of the state police and interim head of security at Logan, suspended Argenbright's license.

The company will be allowed to continue staffing security checkpoints at Logan through the busy Thanksgiving holiday to minimize disruption, DiFava said.

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