It appears that TSA is sending either Air Marshals or their agents who work for their Office of Inspections to investigate a leak of security proceedures. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20091231/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/us_airliner_attack_tsa_subpoenas;_ylt=AoDrd7dfZ3YH72Z0qZSKK3us0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTQ0a2llYTV0BGFzc2V0A2FwLzIwMDkxMjMxL3VzX2FpcmxpbmVyX2F0dGFja190c2Ffc3VicG9lbmFzBGNjb2RlA21vc3Rwb3B1bGFyBGNwb3MDNQRwb3MDMgRwdANob21lX2Nva2UEc2VjA3luX2hlYWRsaW5lX2xpc3QEc2xrA3RzYXN1YnBvZW5hcw--
Interestingly enough, does TSA has no subpoena authority? And any authority to investigate this leak, as they have no knowledge of whether this leak came from employees or from the airlines who are executing these new security measures.
The FBI should be investigating or, more appropriately, if it was leaked by a TSA employee, by the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General.
More TSA misconduct following TSA incompetance.