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Final Senate Version of TSA Bill Authorizes Invasive Groping

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  • Paul Joseph Watson
    Final Senate Version of TSA Bill Authorizes Invasive Groping TSA agents could meet reasonable suspicion mandate if travelers set off metal detector or refuse
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 28, 2011
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      Final Senate Version of TSA Bill Authorizes Invasive Groping
      TSA agents could meet "reasonable suspicion" mandate if travelers set off metal detector or refuse naked body scan
       
      Paul Joseph Watson
      Infowars.com
      June 28, 2011
       
      Despite Texas lawmakers claiming otherwise, the final Senate version of a bill that purports to criminalize invasive pat downs actually authorizes the TSA to continue groping travelers, mandating only that they need “reasonable suspicion” to indicate that the person may be carrying a prohibited object, which could easily be claimed if the person sets off a metal detector or refuses to undergo a full body scan.
       
       
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