Air Marshal Arrested For Taking Up Skirt Photos Of Female Passengers

Air Marshal charged with disorderly conduct for taking up skirt photos of female passengers boarding Southwest flight 3132 from a Nashville to Tampa flight.

By H. Nelson Goodson
October 21, 2013

Nashville, Tennessee – Last Thursday, Adam Joseph Bartsch, 28, a Baltimore based Federal Air Marshal was taken into custody by Nashville International Airport Police after a passenger complained with Southwest 3132 flight attendants that he was taking unauthorized up skirt photos of female passengers as they boarded the fight. A passenger spotted Bartsch taking pictures with a cell phone and grabbed Bartsch’s phone. Bartsch’s cellphone was turned over to airport police in Nashville.
Bartsch admitted to police that he was taking photos with his cellphone, according to the police complaint. Southwest flight 3132 was delayed briefly, according to police.
Bartsch was charged with disorderly conduct and a bond was set at $10,000. He was later released after posting bail and is expected back in court on November 14.
The Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), which manages the Federal Air Marshal Program confirmed that Bartsch has been relieved from his duties and has been suspended pending the outcome of the case. Bartsch could eventually get fired from his job, the TSA says.

Adam Joseph Bartsch

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