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Thread: TSA Groping Out Of Control

  1. #51

    The TSA is out of control

    Nov 17, 2010

    Compilation of clips highlighting the TSA police state takeover.


  2. #52

    Taiwanese Animators Take On TSA Patdowns

    Nov 17, 2010

    Taiwanese animators have taken on the recent uproar over the TSA’s patdown policy in a new comedy short mocking the TSA and Michael Chertoff, among others.

    The video, equipped with subtitles, shows just how ridiculous the conversation is getting over American air travel.


  3. #53

    Conan’s TSA Pat-Down Demonstration Gets Creepy Fast

    Huffington Post
    Nov 17, 2010

    The increased amount of controversial full-body scanners at airports across the U.S. is a serious concern to many who will be flying over the holidays. Unfortunately, as we learned on last night’s episode of “Conan” the alternative search method (a manual pat-down) isn’t much more comforting. Conan brought a real TSA Agent to the show last night to demonstrate the pat-down method on an audience member, and let’s just say things got really weird, really fast.



  4. #54

    Duncan Blasts TSA Pat-Downs, Body Scanners

    Congressman John Duncan, Jr.
    Wednesday, November 17, 2010

    WASHINGTON – Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr. (R-Tenn.) blasted the Transportation Security Administration Wednesday during a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives for invasive “pat-downs” of U.S. citizens and the role lucrative government contracts played in the use of body scanning machines at airport checkpoints.

    Duncan, former Chairman of the House Aviation Subcommittee and the current top Republican on the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit, said: “Unfortunately, for the traveling public, big brother never makes a mistake, so I am not surprised they are trying to defend the purchase of these scanners.”

    The text of Rep. Duncan’s speech is copied below:

    Mr. Speaker:

    A nationwide revolt is developing over the body scanners at the airports, and it should.

    Hundreds of thousands of frequent fliers who fly each week are upset about getting these frequent doses of radiation.

    Parents are upset about being forced to have their children radiated or being touched inappropriately by an unrelated adult.

    There is already plenty of security at the airport, but now we are going to spend up to $300 million to install 1,000 scanners.

    This is much more about money than it is about security.

    The former Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, represents Rapiscan, the company which is selling these scanners to his former department.

    Far too many federal contracts are sweetheart, insider deals.

    Companies hire former high ranking federal officials, and then magically, those companies get hugely profitable federal contracts.

    The American people should not have to choose between having full-body radiation or a very embarrassing, intrusive pat-down every time they fly, as if they were criminals.

    We need a little more balance and common sense on this.


  5. #55

    Sexual Assault: TSA Goon Gropes Woman’s Vagina

    Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom
    Our Little Chatterboxes
    Nov 18, 2010

    I have an incident to share that occurred late Friday afternoon, November 12, 2010, around 5:15 in the Dayton International Airport.

    I realize the publishing this publically on the internet puts me into a delicate situation, given that I am a high profile blogger and author. This is a difficult incident to share, but it needs to be said…Because I will not be a silent victim.
    I will share the facts of the incident in as a matter of fact manner as I can.

    I checked into my flight and had a boarding pass printed that included “plus infant.” My baby and I were flying from Dayton, OH, to San Antonio, TX, so I could run in the San Antonio Half Marathon. I was taking my baby along because he is still breastfeeding for part of the day.

    I entered the security line, removed the special formula that I had with me for the baby, as well as my quart size baggie with my other liquids. I went through the x-ray machine and metal detector, carrying the baby, with no incident.

    Because I was traveling with baby formula, I knew to expect that they would test it with the paper circles for explosives. The TSA agent took all of my belongings over to the table in the center of the explosive screening tables. She asked me, “Are you aware of the NEW policies for carrying liquids through security that were instated 4 years ago?” (capitalized to show the emphasis that she placed on that word.)

    I replied, “Yes, I fly with him every several weeks.”

    She scanned the formula, then turned to me and said, “Remove your shoes and stand on that black mat for a patdown.”

    I said, “OK, what do I do with the baby?”

    “You cannot be holding him.” (I am traveling alone.)

    So I placed him into his stroller. She instructed me, “Spread your feet apart and hold your arms out to the side.” I obliged.

    She patted my left arm, my right arm, my upper back and my lower back. She then said, “I need to reach in and feel along the inside of your waistband.”

    She felt along my waistline, moved behind me, then proceeded to feel both of my buttocks. She reached from behind in the middle of my buttocks towards my vagina area.

    She did not tell me that she was going to touch my buttocks, or reach forward to my vagina area.

    She then moved in front of my and touched the top and underneath portions of both of my breasts.

    She did not tell me that she was going to touch my breasts.

    She then felt around my waist. She then moved to the bottoms of my legs.

    She then felt my inner thighs and my vagina area, touching both of my labia.

    She did not tell me that she was going to touch my vagina area or my labia.

    She then told me that I could put my shoes on and I asked if I could pick up the baby, she replied Yes.

    She then moved back to my belongings to finish scanning them with the paper discs for explosives. When she finished she said I was free to go.

    I stood there holding my baby in shock. I did not move for almost a minute.

    I stood there, an American citizen, a mom traveling with a baby with special needs formula, sexually assaulted by a government official. I began shaking and felt completely violated, abused and assaulted by the TSA agent. I shook for several hours, and woke up the next day shaking.

    Here is why I was sexually assaulted. She never told me the new body search policy. She never told me that she was going to touch my private parts. She never told me when or where she was going to touch me. She did not inform me that a private screening was available. She did not inform me of my rights that were a part of these new enhanced patdown procedures.

    When I booked my ticket, I was given no information that the TSA had changed their wand and unintrusive patdown procedures to “enhanced” patdown procedures that involved the touching of all parts of your body, including breasts and vagina on women and testicles and penis on men. I was not informed by any signs on the front side of security about the new procedures. I had not seen any media coverage about the issue, so I had no idea that this was a new government sanctioned policy.

    Another important piece in this story, the Dayton airport does not have the new body scanners. I was not given any other search options. It was enhanced patdown, or nothing. (And I would have opted for the body scanner, if I were going to be subject to a sexual assault.)

    I asked to speak to a supervisor immediately. I had a very unpleasant conversation with him that lasted 20 minutes. I moved to the back of the security area, made a few phone calls, including to my lawyer. He did some quick research, and learned that I had indeed been sexually assaulted because she did not follow the SOP (standard operating procedure) for the new search.

    During our first conversation, the TSA acting manager of the shift told me that the TSA agent who sexually assaulted me was supposed to inform me about the new search procedure and tell me when and where she was going to touch me. He also apologized on behalf of himself and on behalf of the agent who sexually assaulted me. I was not allowed to speak to the agent who sexually assaulted me, nor did the acting manager provide me with her name. (I did not have the presence of mind to look at her nameplate, as I was in shock.)

    I also spoke with the Dayton police, the Dayton airport police, and left a message for the TSA manager for the Dayton airport. I intend to request the TSA to arrange for counseling services to be provided to me, so I can deal with the aftermath of the sexual assault that took place, caused by the specific touching actions and failure to inform me of the policies by the TSA agent.

    I am speaking out against the TSA and share my sexual assault case to ensure that this does not happen to anyone else, anywhere.

    I will not be a silent victim of sexual assault by a TSA agent. Total Sexual Assault.

    I am calling for immediate change to this new enhanced body patdown search.

    I am calling for the TSA agent who sexually assaulted me to be fired.

    I am calling for you, a fellow American, to stand up against these new enhanced full body patdown search procedures of the TSA.

    Please note: I do plan on flying back to Ohio on Monday, because it will take me too long to drive home from Texas. I do not however intend to fly again until this search policy of sexual molestation is revoked by the TSA.

    I will leave you with this thought: “It is acceptable and encouraged that a TSA government official can do something to an American citizen that US military personnel cannot do to a member of the Taliban.”

    *UPDATE: Thank you all for the links and information about where and with whom I can share this. I am continuing to take action. Please feel free to leave other helpful information you find. I will be turning on comment moderation for the remainder of the day.

    **UPDATE #2: I am in no way trying to belittle the experiences of sexual assault experienced by others. I hurt and ache for others who have been sexually assaulted.

    **UPDATE #3: If you are interested in me sharing my story on your radio or news program, please email tsasexualassault (at) gmail.


  6. #56

    Man claims Charlotte TSA employee groped his 6-year-old son

    Brigida Mack
    Nov 18, 2010

    Are children exempt for pat-downs at airport security? Not according to one man who says a TSA employee groped 6 year-old son at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

    The alleged incident is part of the growing backlash over the full body scans and pat downs at airports nationwide.

    WBTV found the anonymous submission on a blog, “We Won’t Fly.” The man says the incident happened earlier this month and he describes how his little boy was traumatized saying the TSA agent groped his groin and that the little boy left the checkpoint in tears.

    The commenter says his son was aggressively patted down by a TSA employee.

    “He was pleading for me to help him and I was admonished for trying to comfort him,” the comment on the blog states. “His genitals area was groped. He walked down to the plane in tears.”

    Full article here


  7. #57

    Kick The Bums Out: Airport Says Goodbye To TSA Screeners

    Ken Tyndall
    Thursday, November 18, 2010

    The backlash continues over those new TSA screening measures, and now one Central Florida airport has decided to go with a private security screening firm.

    Orlando Sanford International Airport has decided to opt out from TSA screening.

    “All of our due diligence shows it’s the way to go,” said Larry Dale, the director of the Sanford Airport Authority. “You’re going to get better service at a better price and more accountability and better customer service.”

    Dale says he will be sending a letter requesting to opt out from TSA screening, and instead the airport will choose one of the five approved private screening companies to take over.

    Full story here.


  8. #58

    Ron Paul Unleashes On TSA: “Enough Is Enough”

    Congressman introduces legislation to block immunity for federal goons who ‘treat Americans like cattle’

    Paul Joseph Watson
    Prison Planet.com
    Thursday, November 18, 2010

    In perhaps his most impassioned and irate speech to date, Congressman Ron Paul unleashed a tirade of vilification at the TSA and their security procedures that have stoked nationwide outrage, stating “enough is enough” as he introduced new legislation to that would open the way for TSA employees to be sued for groping Americans or putting them through dangerous naked body scanners, preventing travelers ‘from being treated like cattle’.

    During a speech on the House floor last night, Paul said that the treatment Americans were being subjected to at airports proved that the country as a whole needs to stand up and tell the federal government, “enough is enough”.

    “Imagine if the political elites in our country were forced to endure the same conditions at the airport as business travelers, families, senior citizens, and the rest of us. Perhaps this problem could be quickly resolved if every cabinet secretary, every member of Congress, and every department head in the Obama administration were forced to submit to the same degrading screening process as the people who pay their salaries,” roared the Congressman.

    “Something has to be done,” Paul implored. “Everybody’s fed up. The people are fed up. The pilots are fed up. I’m fed up.”

    Visibly infuriated, Paul said the traveling public were being treated like farmyard animals.

    “If this doesn’t change, I see what has happened to the American people is we have accepted the notion that we should be treated like cattle. Make us safe, make us secure, put us in the barbed wire, feed us, fatten us up, and then they’ll eat us. And we are a bunch of cattle and we have to wake up and say we’ve had it…. It’s time for the American people to stand up and shrug off the shackles of our government at TSA at the airport,” he raged, encouraging people to support the national opt out day planned for November 24.

    Paul’s legislation, the “American Traveler Dignity Act,” is expertly crafted because it gives the feds no room to maneuver. If he had merely called for an end to certain pat down techniques, the government could have weasled out of it by invoking terror threats or changing semantics. However, once it is established that TSA employees are not immune to assault and harassment lawsuits, they will avoid groping Americans for fear of being sued. Numerous lawsuits of this nature are already in motion.

    Paul also addresses the use of naked body scanners, similarly opening the way for the TSA to be directly sued for producing images that are tantamount to pornography, and pedophilia in the case of children.

    The bill is brief and gets straight to the point.

    A BILL

    To ensure that certain Federal employees cannot hide behind immunity.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,


    No law of the United States shall be construed to confer any immunity for a Federal employee or agency or any individual or entity that receives Federal funds, who subjects an individual to any physical contact (including contact with any clothing the individual is wearing), x-rays, or millimeter waves, or aids in the creation of or views a representation of any part of a individual’s body covered by clothing as a condition for such individual to be in an airport or to fly in an aircraft. The preceding sentence shall apply even if the individual or the individual’s parent, guardian, or any other individual gives consent.
    Indeed, the district attorney’s office in San Mateo County, California has already promised to pursue charges against TSA employees whose behavior equates to sexual battery.

    “If it is skin to skin, if someone were to take their hand and put it underneath somebody’s blouse and touch someone inappropriately and go skin to skin, that’s a felony, and if it’s done simply over the clothing, according to California law, that’s a misdemeanor,” said DA Steve Wagstaffe.

    As we documented in the case of radio host Owen JJ Stone, the TSA is now ordering its workers to stick their hands down people’s pants and touch genitalia. In another case, TSA agents pulled down a 21-year-old woman’s blouse and started laughing and joking about her exposed breasts while other TSA workers expressed their wish to obtain video of the incident, presumably so they could masturbate over the naked woman.

    TSA abuse is now so wildly out of control that new cases are emerging on a daily basis. In the latest example, a woman from Ohio had her breasts and vagina aggressively groped by a TSA worker at Dayton International Airport last week. Read about her experience here and watch the video below.

    Napolitano, Pistole, and the rest of the feds hoped that they could lie and deceive the American people into backing down on this issue. Now the revolt against the TSA is growing bigger every day and shows no signs of abating. Indeed, some are even speculating that we could be witnessing the embryonic stages of a new rebellion that will lead to a fundamental shift in America’s political landscape, just as the end the fed rallies in 2007 and the town hall fury we witnessed in 2009 led to the creation of the Tea Party and the wider move against big government.

    We need to throw all our support behind Ron Paul’s bill and hold lawmakers’ feet to the fire on this issue until the TSA’s power is completely rolled back if not the organization abolished altogether and airport security handed back to professional and credible organizations whose main concern is rational and successful security and not the ritual humiliation and degradation of the American people.


    Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show. Watson has been interviewed by many publications and radio shows, including Vanity Fair and Coast to Coast AM, America’s most listened to late night talk show.


  9. #59

    Airport staff ‘exposed woman’s breasts, laughed’

    The Australian
    Thursday, November 18, 2010

    A WOMAN is suing over an incident where airport staff allegedly pulled down her top and joked about her breasts in public view.

    The 23-year-old traveller, from Amarillo, US, is suing the US Government for the emotional distressed she says the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents caused.

    “As the TSA agent was frisking plaintiff, the agent pulled the plaintiff’s blouse completely down, exposing plaintiffs’ breasts to everyone in the area,” the lawsuit said.

    The lawsuit claims that other employees laughed and made jokes about the incident “for an extended period of time”.

    The distraught woman left the screening area to be consoled but when she re-entered the boarding area employees allegedly started joking about the matter.

    “One male TSA employee expressed to the plaintiff that he wished he would have been there when she came through the first time and that ‘he would just have to watch the video,’” the suit said.

    Full story here.


  10. #60

    The TSA is Out of Control

    11-18-2010 06:00 AM

    'The government is doing what it does best - it's lying. "There is no problem." The media is doing what it does best - it's presenting the story in a fragmentary, dismissive way. NO ONE is putting all the pieces together. This is a much bigger story than just Nazi-like behavior at the airports.'

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    'Stop Touching Me!' Fury as Airport Security Staff are Caught on Camera Searching a Crying Three-year-old Girl

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