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What's next? Grade school teachers "patting down" your children?
I feel so safe now.

This is wrong in every way. mad.gif
Woman raped in Denver airport ... Thought she was just being screened by TSA again.
During the attack, she said two airport janitors passed by, and said nothing.
Maybe they thought it was just TSA too. dry.gif

6 year old Anna was confused by the search and started crying afterward because she thought she'd done something wrong.
It is sickening.

Osama and the boys in the caves are laughing.
Respect My Authoritah!

WOW! I was right sooner than I had even imagined!!!

SNAP: Teacher Ousted For Asking Students To Remove Underwear To See Who Soiled Pants...

Suspended kindergarten teacher had class gather around messy kid and 'oink'...

You must submit to authority without question. The State must be respected.
TSA DEFENDS: Terrorists will 'manipulate societal norms to evade detection'...

so..."If we don't molest your kids, the terrorists will!"

TSA Agent Pats-Down 8 Year Old Boy

Have you noticed that the TSA agents themselves don't get the same treatment and they could easily pass on deadly contraband to a would be terrorist?

SWAT Attacks Home School Mom for Refusing to Force Med Child...
The police sent the “Detroit Special Response Team (SRT) officers who descended on the home with a tank and assault weapons.
Video footage shows individual officers staking out the house, taking cover behind trees with their weapons, as in a military operation.”

OFFICIALS: Child taken in standoff doesn't need meds right now...

Don't get me wrong.
I REALLY LOVE TSA PATDOWNS! wub.gif wub.gif wub.gif

Don't like the way airport screeners are doing their job? You might not want to complain too much while standing in line.
Arrogant complaining about airport security is one indicator Transportation Security Administration officers consider when looking for possible criminals and terrorists, CNN has learned exclusively. And, when combined with other behavioral indicators, it could result in a traveler facing additional scrutiny.

"It's circular reasoning where I'm going to ask someone to surrender their rights; if they refuse, that's evidence that I need to take their rights away from them. And it's simply inappropriate."

But if "A" = "A", then "TSA" = "TnA"

"They claim there is a modified pat-down...
for 12-year-olds and younger...
that just isn't true,""

Bill would require parental consent for TSA pat-downs of minors...

"They claim there is a modified pat-down for 12-year-olds and younger, but when you see those videos, you realize that just isn't true," Chaffetz said.

The proposed legislation would require that a parent must give their consent before a child receives a pat-down, and that the child must remain with the parent while the pat-down is performed.

Chaffetz would like to put an end to those practices and continued his claim that there are better ways to protect Americans in the skies than full-body scans and pat-downs, a process he calls "security theater." Chaffetz says TSA could protect the country just as well with the use of bomb sniffing dogs and behavioral screenings.
"That is what they do in the White House, the House of Representatives, and in the theater of war," Chaffetz said about using the dogs. "They aren't bringing in whole-body scanning machines, they are bringing in dogs."

Chaffetz admits that his plan to implement the usage of the dogs over the scanning machines will have an uphill battle.

"The dogs don't have something the scanning machines do have -- a lobbyist,"
Chaffetz said.
The proposed legislation would require that a parent must give their consent before a child receives a pat-down,


Does he really think any parent would consent to something like that?

TSA Screener Charged with Child Pornography...


One of the 900 screeners at Philadelphia International Airport is facing charges that he distributed more than 100 images of child pornography via Facebook, records show.
FBS alleges TSA Officer Thomas Gordon Jr. of Philadelphia, who routinely searched airline passengers, uploaded explicit pictures of young girls to an Internet site on which he also posted a photograph of himself in his TSA uniform.
Gordon is paid $37,000 annually as a TSA screener, records show.

Let's see, 900 "agents" x $37,000 = $33,300,000 a year at just one airport for professional gropers.
I'm feeling more secure every day.
REPORT: Former Miss USA 'Sexually Molested' by TSA...

April 27, 2011
Miss America 2003, Susie Castillo, says a TSA “screener” fondled her vagina during an intrusive pat-down.
Ms. Castillo was subjected to the groping after she refused to enter a naked body scanner at the airport in Dallas, Texas.
In late 2010, the TSA put in place new procedure guidelines instructing agents to use their “palms and fingers” to “probe” airline customer bodies for hidden weapons, including breasts and other private parts.
On April 15, CNN reported that people who complain about naked body scanners and intrusive airport pat-downs will be investigated as terrorists and criminals.

Earlier this week, Janet Napolitano, head of the Department of Homeland Security, said the TSA had the authority to conduct an intrusive pat-down on a six year old girl. “Parts of the pat down, in another setting, clearly constituted the kind of inappropriate touching that, if done by anyone else, would have resulted in charges of child abuse and sexual assault. The pat down even caused the little girl to cry, her parents later said in televised interviews,” writes J. D. Heyes.
Texas Bill Would Make Invasive TSA Pat-Downs a Felony...

"The bill would make it illegal for a security officer to intentionally touch someone's private areas -- even atop clothing -- unless they have probable cause"
Last fall the Transportation Security Administration started a new pat-down procedure.
Susie Castillo, crowned Miss USA in 2003, said she was "molested" during a pat-down last April.

Some of us think it's already illegal.
"The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution is the part of the Bill of Rights which guards against unreasonable searches and seizures, along with requiring any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause.
The Supreme Court has also ruled that certain searches and seizures violated the Fourth Amendment even when a warrant was properly granted."

Who will watch the watchers?

CBS reporter: 'They raped me with their hands'
TSA defends frisking of baby at KC airport...
"KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Federal officials insisted Wednesday that screeners at Kansas City International Airport were just doing their jobs when they frisked a baby, an incident that gained worldwide attention after a pastor posted a cellphone picture of the pat-down on Twitter."

Maybe they are looking for Osma's number 2! ohmy.gif
Texas House Passes Bill Banning TSA Pat-Downs Of 'Anus, Sex Organ, Buttocks, Breast'...
After a brief but raucous debate, lawmakers approved the measure with little opposition — drawing applause from supporters.
This makes me happy and sad.
Happy because I think others have joined me in boycotting the airlines until the TSA is brought under control.
Sad because business is being destroyed day by day as Atlas Shrugged continues to play out in real life.

Tulsa Airport Traffic Fell 6% Last Month
High fuel prices and steadily increasing air fares are causing airline passenger traffic to tumble at Tulsa International Airport, executives said Monday.

In April, 211,058 passengers boarded or deplaned commercial aircraft at Tulsa International, a 6.68 percent decrease compared with April 2010, and the largest year-over-year drop in passenger traffic since February’s snow storms caused a 10.33 percent decrease in passenger traffic.

Although the "official" reason is higher ticket prices, many others are expresing my thoughts:

What the heck?
Not one mention of the abusive and unproven tactics used by the TSA when they grope your children and take nude photos of law-abiding citizens. This "security theater" is keeping Americans away from airports in droves.

Not to mention how absolutely dreadful the whole flying experience is these days. People don't want to fly anymore unless they have to for some reason.

Coincidentally, charter flights are up. Hmmm. Most people are not really as dumb as the government thinks.
TSA officer arrested for stealing from suitcases...

Do the TSA agents go through the same screening as passengers each day?
I didn't think so.
They could easily pass on contraband to a terrorist.
"Security Theater" is an obnoxious show. dry.gif
TSA Threatens To Cancel All Flights Out Of Texas If 'Groping Bill' Passed...
"From a beacon of liberty to a checkpoint-riddled, ‘show us your papers’ Sovietized hellhole. We cannot stand idly by while the federal government resorts to mafia-style threats of financial terrorism to crush the lawful and constitutional rights of local representatives to run their own state in the way they see fit."

CHARGE: TSA Pats Down Child, Little Old Lady, Ignores Man In Arab Garb...
"I walked through … right behind me there was a grandmother — little old lady, and she was was patted down, right behind her was a little kid who was patted down. And then right behind him was a guy in Arabian dress who just walked right through. Why are we patting down grandma and kids?"
Georgia Rep. Paul Broun said on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal
Once again America is saved by T&A agents!

TSA agents take 6" plastic hammer from mentally disabled man...

The family was going through security when two TSA agents singled Drew Mandy out for a special pat down. Drew is severely mentally disabled. He's 29, but his parents said he has the mental capacity of a two-year-old, which made the experience that followed at metro Detroit's McNamera Terminal that much harder to deal with.

"You have got to be kidding me. I honestly felt that those two agents did not know what they were doing," Mandy told us.

Dr. Mandy claimed they asked Drew to place his feet on the yellow shoe line, something he didn't understand. They proceeded to pat his pants down, questioning the padding which was his adult diapers. When the agents asked Drew to take his hand and rub the front and back of his pants so they could swab it for explosives, his dad stepped in and tried to explain that Drew was mentally challenged.
"They said, 'Please, sir, we know what we're doing,'" Mandy said.

The TSA agents saw Drew holding a six-inch plastic hammer.
"My son carries his ball and his hammer for security. He goes everywhere with (them)," said Mandy.
"It just killed me to have to throw it away because he's been carrying this like for 20 years," Mandy said.

The TSA it seems saw the toy as a weapon.
The TSA took away one toy hammer, but they were still able to take another toy hammer on board the airplane. How did that happen?
Drew's mother, always prepared, had another one in her backpack and that already passed through security with no problem.

Once again America is saved by T&A agents!

TSA orders woman, 95, to remove adult diaper during 45-minute security search...
Jean Weber of Destin filed a complaint with the Department of Homeland Security after her 95-year-old mother was detained and extensively searched last Saturday while trying to board a plane to fly to Michigan to be with family members during the final stages of her battle with leukemia.
Her mother, who was in a wheelchair, was asked to remove an adult diaper in order to complete a pat-down search.
“It’s something I couldn’t imagine happening on American soil,” Weber said Friday.
“Here is my mother, 95 years old, 105 pounds, barely able to stand, and then this.”

The saddest part is how many of you think this is just fine.
And we think they are crazy: Egypt general defends protester virginity tests...

TSA is trained and ready!
Bend over.



So while they spent 45 minutes to molesting beauty contestants, little girls and a 95 year old cancer patient, look what slipped by the ever watchful TNA...

TSA FAIL: Nigerian Man Flies From NY to LA With Fake ID, Day-Old Boarding Pass...

TSA DEFENSE: Passenger went through security screening...
Woman Kicked Off US AIRWAYS Flight For Snapping Photo...
Rude flight attendant can't take the embarrassment.

But SouthWest Airlines saves the day! cheer.gif
TSA agents pat down 6-year-old boy -- twice...

TSA says they take all complaints seriously...if they are from Middle-Easterners.

Maybe if the TSA would spend more time with "likely" suspects they might do better:
Stun gun found in JETBLUE plane after arrival...

Those 6 year olds are always losing their Stun Guns. dry.gif
TSA FAIL: Nigerian Man Flies From NY to LA With Fake ID, Day-Old Boarding Pass, while 6 year old girl is molested...

The arrest comes on the heels of public outrage over a video showing a pat-down of a 6-year-old girl at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The April video prompted a new policy that took effect last month in which airport security screeners must try to avoid invasive pat-down searches of children.
TSA says it will instruct screeners how to make repeated attempts to screen young children without invasive pat-downs.
The instructions should reduce the number of pat-downs on children, TSA says.


Now we are all going to die! blink.gif wacko.gif

Wheelchair Couple Tells of Being 'Search Raped'...
The Steitlers say they are not opposed to the searches, just the way the disabled are treated when it's done. Steitler says, "Generally, be fair about it. Don't hold the disabled up to more scrutiny just because they are in chairs."

Noah Lebowitz, the director of communications for Monroe County and spokesperson for Greater Rochester International Airport, tells 10 News in a written statement, "The Greater Rochester International Airport always strives to provide outstanding customer service to our passengers and ensure that they enjoy a convenient and safe travel experience. The security screening protocols in question are the jurisdiction of the federal government through the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). If any passenger believes that our airport could have provided them with an enhanced customer experience, we encourage them to contact us."

Steitler says he plans to become an advocate for the disabled until he feels the security protocol is fair and equal for all.
Woman Who Twisted TSA Agent Breast will NOT face felony...

Miyamae’s attorney Judd Golden says his client was violated, endangered and threatened by the actions of TSA agents. She denies doing anything wrong.
Golden released a statement Tuesday, saying Miyamae is a self-employed translator, author and radio producer. He used the following words to describe how the situation unfolded:
Ms. Miyamae says she told TSA agents she wanted to be screened by the metal detector gate.
She did so out of concern for excessive radiation exposure from the full-body scanners, as she is a frequent business traveler.
Her request was denied. She was soon surrounded by TSA agents. One TSA agent, a tall woman, approached Ms. Miyamae, who is only five feet tall.

Ms. Miyamae felt panicked and experienced a volatile aversion to the TSA personnel violating her personal physical space. She felt endangered and threatened based upon prior traumatizing security pat-downs, repugnance at the prospect of being touched again in such a violent and undignified manner, and instinctively pushed the female TSA agent away.

YOU GO GIRL! clapping.gif numchuk.gif headspin.gif cheer.gif

"They" are desensitizing us to what is proper government behavior.
This IS NOT!

I thought that school strip searches would be the next step.
Turns out it was summer camp.
School's next.
SEARCH: 65 kids told to lower swimsuits...

We can't be too careful.
What if these kids were hiding lemonade in their...cavities?
It looks like the TSA is so busy molesting children and selling stolen stuff on Ebay that a few guns, knives and bombs here and there are slipping through.
But they will keep up the molestations as a distraction from the thievery.

TSA Failure Rate May Approach 70%

Man Accidentally Carries Loaded Gun Onto Plane

TSA FAIL: Nigerian Man Flies From NY to LA With Fake ID, Day-Old Boarding Pass...

TSA Agent Sold $50K in STOLEN electronics on eBay -- while at work!

TSA worker stole watches, debit card from LAX bags, officials say...

July 22, 2011
A Transportation Security Administration officer has been indicted on five charges in the theft of four watches and a pre-paid debit card from luggage at Los Angeles International Airport, officials announced Friday.
A federal grand jury indicted Paul Yashou, 38, of Torrance, on two felony and three misdemeanor theft counts Friday afternoon.

Child molesters AND thieves are "protecting" America in the "SECURITY THEATER" show.
TSA readying new 'behavior' detection...

So far hundreds of TSA agents look guilty.
Well, T&A may still be feeling up little girls and beauty contestants but for some strange reason they are replacing the naked body imaging.
Strange, because I thought it was vital for our safety.
How many will needlessly die now? wink.gif

New screening software installed at Tulsa International Airport

Federal airport security officials have installed new passenger screening software at Tulsa International Airport that addresses personal privacy concerns while increasing the efficiency of the screening process, officials say.

Known as automated target recognition software, the new technology is used with the millimeter wave advanced imaging technology machines that depict potential threats under airline passengers’ clothing as they move through the Transportation Security Administration’s security checkpoints.

Stephen Cortright, TSA’s federal security director in Tulsa, said the new ATR software and five new x-ray baggage screening machines that will be installed at the airport next week highlight TSA’s new “risk-based,” intelligence-driven approach to security screening.

“These are the first two phases of what (TSA) Administrator (John) Pistole says are risk-based procedures ... that will help everybody to provide a more thorough appraisal of passengers,” Cortright said at a brief press conference at Tulsa International Airport Wednesday. “We can determine very quickly what is a threat and what is not a threat. “We’re excited. We think it’s the wave of the future.”

The new software eliminates the passenger-specific images of the old software that drew criticism from privacy advocates and civil libertarians. Instead of the human form displayed on a computer monitor, the new software generates the outline of a person with any potential threats highlighted on a monitor attached to the advanced imaging technology machines.

If no weapons or potential threats are detected by the software, the AIT monitor displays a green screen with “OK” in block letters.

The new software is being installed at 39 U.S. airports besides Tulsa International Airport, including Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Denver International Airport, Chicago Midway Airport, Houston Hobby Airport and Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport.
Another close one at the airport!
Look at what those terrorist smugglers were attempting to sneak past ever alert government officials!
What evil plot were they up to? We'll never know for sure.
Family Fined $300 For Having Apple, Tomato, 3 Cucumbers In Backpack At Airport

TSA employee charged with 'lewdness with a child'...
SPRING CREEK — A city officer arrested a Spring Creek man Wednesday morning at the Elko Area Regional Airport, where he works for the Transportation Security Administration, on a warrant charging six counts of lewdness with a child.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office was notified in July of possible sexual contact between David Ralph Anderson, 61, and a girl younger than 14.
According to Elko Justice Court records, the victim told investigators that on seven to 10 occasions between 2010 and this year, Anderson allegedly taught the victim about various sexual acts
TSA Creator Says Dismantle, Privatize Agency...

“The whole program has been hijacked by bureaucrats,” said Rep. John Mica, chairman of the House Transportation Committee.
“It mushroomed into an army,” Mica said. “It’s gone from a couple-billion-dollar enterprise to close to $9 billion.”
As for keeping the American public safe, Mica says, “They’ve failed to actually detect any threat in 10 years.”

“Everything they have done has been reactive. They take shoes off because of [shoe-bomber] Richard Reid, passengers are patted down because of the diaper bomber, and you can’t pack liquids because the British uncovered a plot using liquids,” Mica said.
“It’s an agency that is always one step out of step,” Mica said.
It cost $1 billion just to train workers, which now number more than 62,000, and “they actually trained more workers than they have on the job,” Mica said.
“The whole thing is a complete fiasco,” Mica said.
In a wide-ranging interview with HUMAN EVENTS just days before the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Mica said screeners should be privatized and the agency dismantled.

I've have often complained that the TSA does not receive the same screening that the passengers do and they would be an easy back door for terrorists, or drug running.

(And these are just the ones they have caught.)

TSA officers arrested on drug charges...

STAMFORD, Conn. — Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say a state trooper, a police officer and three Transportation Security Administration officers based at airports have been arrested on charges of participating in a conspiracy to distribute tens of thousands of highly addictive painkiller pills.
Authorities say the TSA officers, based at airports in Florida and New York, a Westchester County, N.Y., police officer and a Florida state trooper received cash payments to help transport oxycodone pills from Florida to New York and Connecticut and/or transport cash proceeds from the sale of the drugs back to Florida.

Authorities plan to announce details of the arrests at a news conference in Stamford on Tuesday afternoon.
DHS: New airport security policy for kids under 12


Top TSA official charged in murder...

One of the top federal Transportation Security Administration officials in the state of Mississippi has been arrested in connection with the killing of TSA worker Stacey Wright.
On Sunday, D’Iberville police found Wright, 43, stabbed to death in her apartment there.

Who will watch the watchers?
TSA plans expansion...
Roving security teams increasingly visit train stations, subways and other mass transit sites to deter terrorism. Critics say it's largely political theater.

Political Slush fund to increase!
$30,000,000 in union dues per year to increase dramatically.

Who watches the watchers?
Everyday attractive women and children are singled out and molested in the name of security by TSA agents who are themselves NOT SCREENED, FONDLED OR SEARCHED.

TSA officers jailed for stealing $40K in cash from flyer's bag...
Prosecutors said Persad X-rayed a piece of baggage on January 30 last year and noticed money inside. He then phoned Webb, who was in a baggage belt area, to tell him about the discovery.
Authorities said Webb showed up and marked the bag with tape. Persad then intercepted it in another handling area, and removed cash from the bag.
The pair later met in the bathroom to divide the money and hide it in their clothing.
Police say $39,980 was recovered from the suspects' homes in connection with the investigation.

Persad's attorney has said his client understands
he made a mistake and wishes to move on with his life.

Davon Webb, 30, and Couman Perad, who turned 36 today, were arrested after admitting they had regularly stolen from checked bags, sources said.
Perad who joined the TSA in 2002, and Webb has been an agent since 2004.

TSA confirmed that a string of security lapses took place at Newark Airport within the past month, the Newark Star-Ledger reported.
Another incident reported by the officials involved a dead dog that was brought to the airport by its owner and loaded onto a Continental Airlines jet without ever being screened.
TSA officials had reportedly ordered that the dog's carcass be screened, but it never happened.

"You check out the dead dog which could easily conceal a bomb, I'll handle the blond." dry.gif laugh.gif

TSA Agent Caught With Passenger's iPad in His Pants; Allegedly Took $50,000 in Other Goods, Cops Say
Senate Passes Bill Allowing Airports To Evict TSA Screeners...

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The Senate has passed legislation that includes a provision allowing airports to replace TSA screeners with private security, opening the door for the widely loathed federal agency to be marginalized from aviation security altogether.
Should airports choose to replace TSA screeners with their own private security, it would not only mean the screeners were better trained and more responsible for their actions, alleviating the problems of thefts and abuse by TSA workers, but it would also create tens of thousands of much needed jobs for the private sector.
“Some airport executives have argued that contract security personnel are more courteous than government workers,” reports CNN. “It was felt that a private contractor would provide friendlier customer service to the traveling public,” the head of a Roswell, New Mexico, airport wrote to Congress.”
ABCNEWS: Air Marshals Gone Wild! Tales Of Sexism, Suicide and Bigotry...

Managers at the Federal Air Marshal Service regularly made fun of blacks, Latinos and gays, took taxpayer-paid trips to visit families and vacation spots, and acted like a "bunch of school kid punks," current and former air marshals tell ABC News.
One supervisor was even photographed in 2006 asleep on a flight, carrying a loaded pistol, the air marshals said.
The Inspector General's report is scheduled to be made public on Thursday, but according to an advance copy obtained by ABC News, the investigation found "a great deal of tension, mistrust and dislike between non-supervisory and supervisory personnel in field offices around the country."
Blogger exposes major flaw in TSA's $1 billion fleet of nude body scanners...
YOUTUBE restricts...

"Engineer Jonathan Corbett has published a video where he shows how he took a small metal case through two of the TSA's $1billion fleet in a special side pocket stitched into his shirt.
This is because, he suggests, the scanners blend metallic areas into the dark background - so if an object is not directly placed on the body, it will not show up on the scan.
The metallic box, he claims, would have set off an alarm had he passed through the old detecting system.
His revelation comes just weeks after Europe banned the 'airport strip-searches' over fears the X-ray technology could cause cancer."

In this image, the metallic object is not directly placed on the body and so does not show up on the scan as it blends into the background.

TSA mocks viral video, says able to detect threats 'such as, you know, things that go BOOM'...

Many of the replies note that TSA didn't say anything to refute the video's assertion.
First it was a slush fund for unions, politicians and lobbyists, now it's just another government tax scheme.

Pay $100 to SKIP airport security under new plan

Passengers at airports can now avoid TSA pat downs, long lines and can carry liquids on board by paying $100.
However, the TSA's new fast track 'Precheck' screening is likely to rile the family of a wheel-chair bound toddler who was recently subjected to invasive security checks.
TSA agent indicted on federal child porn charges...

Uniformed TSA screener busted in heroin raid...

Samirah Saunders, 22, a TSA screener at Newark Airport was recently busted in a major heroin den near her workplace — still wearing her spiffy, government-issued uniform, authorities said.
She's accused of helping to distribute the 1,400 packets of heroin, stamped "Green Lantern" and "P Dope" in green ink, confiscated from the apartment, according to court records.

Who's screening the screeners?
TSA Manager Arrested for Running Prostitution Ring...

Quis custodiet ipsos pimpodes??? ($25 just to watch)
According to court documents, the agency had received a complaint of "very similar" activities back in 2009.
Bryant Jermaine Livingston, 39, was arrested while on the job as a supervisor of TSA agents at Dulles International Airport.
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