Denver International Airport authorities have released internal videotape of a former Transportation Security Administration screener at DIA allegedly groping male passengers last February.

CBS4 obtained the redacted videotape Tuesday after filing a Colorado Open Records Act request for the tape.

Authorities had refused to release the tape for months citing an ongoing criminal investigation. But in July the Denver district attorney said there would be no criminal charges in the case clearing the way for the release of the videotape.

Although no criminal charges were filed, TSA fired screener Ty Spicha and his coworker Yasmeen Shafi after the alleged groping conspiracy came to light. The two TSA screeners were terminated early in 2015 after Transportation Security Administration officials determined the pair were manipulating screening systems at DIA checkpoints so that Spicha could fondle male passengers who he found “attractive.”

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