...Paul B. Varville, the airport's TSA director, could not be reached for comment.
But earlier, he
defended the firings and said he
managers would be cleared of the allegations.In April, Varville
managers turned over boxes of files documenting the firings and resignations to internal affairs investigators.
Still, it's not clear whether the investigators looked into allegations that a TSA manager or his
assistant shredded documents related to some of the firings.The allegations were made by a smattering of airport workers, including some who believe their phone calls and off-duty movements were monitored by a TSA manager. Varville
had characterized the allegations as delusional.