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Abolish the TSA: TSA Abuses and Failures

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The press reports are horrifying: 95 year-old women humiliated; children molested; disabled people abused; men and women subjected to unwarranted groping and touching of their most private areas; involuntary radiation exposure. If the perpetrators were a gang of criminals, their headquarters would be raided by SWAT teams and armed federal agents. Unfortunately, in this case the perpetrators are armed federal agents. This is the sorry situation ten years after the creation of the Transportation Security Administration.

The requirement that Americans be forced to undergo this appalling treatment simply for the "privilege" of traveling in their own country reveals much about how the federal government feels about our liberties. The unfortunate fact that we put up with this does not speak well for our willingness to stand up to an abusive government.
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RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINES
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Sheriffs asked to arrest airport security agents
'They are in blatant violation of the 4th Amendment'
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Napolitano and TSA Lies Exposed by NIST, EPIC; Real Dangers Revealed

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The controversy over the TSA body scanners has been uninterrupted since their inception, along with the insane TSA screening policies. To counter the legitimate concerns and questions of the American people, Janet “Big Sis” Napolitano of the Department of Homeland Security would cite National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) findings.

Thanks to the admirable work of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), it has become clear that those statements by Napolitano were nothing other than a pure, unadulterated lie. It turns out that NIST does not do product testing, and they did not test the AIT machines for safety (as Napolitano falsely asserted in the above linked article). The director of NIST clarified this in a recently released e-mail which stated that NIST only “measured the dose of a single machine and compared it against the standard.”

Napolitano was fabricating the information about safety testing in her opinion piece published by USA Today, that much is clear. What else was she lying to us about?

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Huge public outcry over TSA forcing 95-year-old cancer patient to remove adult diaper




Galatians 6:7 "GOD WILL NOT BE MOCKED, a man shall reap what he sows"

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Scientists Challenge TSA on Body-Scanner Safety Claims

Scientists are challenging Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) assertions about the safety of the controversial full-body X-ray scanners at airports around the country. Evidence released to support TSA claims is unreliable and question why the government won’t make the scanners available for independent testing, the scientists allege, according to ProPublica.

Read more on Newsmax.com: Scientists Challenge TSA on Body-Scanner Safety Claims
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Baby Food and Juice Box Confiscated at Airport Security Checkpoint

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BIG SIS REBUKE: Texas House Passes Bill Banning Pat-Downs Of 'Anus, Sex Organ, Buttocks, Breast'...
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REPORT: Former Miss USA 'Sexually Molested' by TSA...
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Good to see that the TSA got "exposed" here.

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It might be a big deal if it were a loved one of yours. Looking thru the tone here, Maybe not.

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JANUARY 13--The woman who sued the Transportation Security Administration after her breasts were exposed during a frisking at a Texas airport will receive a “nominal” payment from the government as part of a legal settlement, The Smoking Gun has learned.

The settlement was disclosed in documents filed last week in U.S. District Court in Amarillo, where Lynsie Murley last year filed a lawsuit accusing the TSA of negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress in connection with the May 2008 incident at the Corpus Christi airport.

Murley’s lawyer, Jerry McLaughlin, declined to disclose the exact amount of money that his client is receiving, but termed the payout a “nominal settlement.” Asked if the amount hit six figures, McLaughlin laughed loudly and said the negotiated payment was “way less than that. It wasn’t a whole lot of money.” Murley, he said, “was never interested in the money,” and would not have filed a lawsuit if TSA officials had simply sent her a letter of apology.

Murley is pictured above in a photo from her Facebook page.


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