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TSA - Easy As One, Two, Three! 
By Jim Kirwan
The Transportation Security Agency has become a political and social madhouse in which perverts are being hired To Sexually Abuse the public supposedly in the name of "The Greater Good." Apparently The Lord of the Flies has now taken over the Airport boarding terminals, and they are daring to call what they do as "necessary to the national security of the United States." Not only is this wrong it has become blatantly offensive to even attempt to fly in America anymore.
This would be fixable if there was any interest whatsoever by anyone in the government or the US Department of Justice to insure that the treatment of passengers that are trying to board aircraft, are treated like something other than cattle being sent to a slaughterhouse. Since everyone in the government has now succeeded in dropping the ball on this one maybe a few hints about how this could be easily fixed is in order?
ONE: Names of everyone on duty need to appear on the passenger's ticket, for future reference, should the passenger decide to take legal action against the perverts that have been hired to grope and squeeze people in ways that most will find extremely offensive. This is not and has never been about finding bombs or detecting weapons ­ this has always been about intimidating the public to the point of tears, just because they can. (1)
TWO: All videos being taken should include the faces of the offending officers ­ rather than blocking out the faces of those that are belligerently mistreating passengers. This should include all the additional officers from whatever branch of what is so casually called "law enforcement," as this additional muscle needs to be clearly on-the-record for whatever they add to the confusion. To insure that videos exist; cameras ought to be installed at every combat-zone (the staging areas) wherever people are routinely subjected to everything from groping to full-body scans, in much the same way that cameras had to be added to patrol cars; to keep officers from killing innocent civilians caught up in illegal or questionable traffic stops
In the case of this man who: if he left the airport was threatened with a $10,000 fine for leaving an areas that he was ordered to leave and then escorted from, by the Airport Security director.
"The man asked me to stay put while he walked off to confer with the officer and Mr. Silva. They went about 20 feet away and began talking amongst themselves while I waited. I couldn't over hear anything, but I got the impression that the police officer was recounting his version of the events that had transpired in the screening area (my initial refusal to be patted down). After a few minutes, I asked loudly across the distance if I was free to leave. The man dismissively held up a finger and said, "hold on". I waited. After another minute or so, he returned and asked for my name. I asked why he needed it, and reminded him that the female supervisor/agent had already taken a report. He said that he was trying to be friendly and help me out. I asked to what end. He reminded me that I could be sued civilly and face a $10,000 fine and that my cooperation could help mitigate the penalties I was facing. I replied that he already had my information in the report that was taken and I asked if I was free to leave. I reminded him that he was now illegally detaining me and that I would not be subject to screening as a condition of leaving the airport. He told me that he was only trying to help (I should note that his demeanor never suggested that he was trying to help. I was clearly being interrogated.), and that no one was forcing me to stay. I asked if tried to leave if he would have the officer arrest me. He again said that no one was forcing me to stay. I looked him in the eye, and said, "then I'm leaving". He replied, "then we'll bring a civil suit against you", to which I said, "you bring that suit" and walked out of the airport". (2)
THREE: The virtually useless US Attorney General * needs to open an immediate investigation into Mr. Chertoff's business ventures and the obvious 'conflicts of the public's-interests' which he willfully created with this latest endeavor. Chertoff was responsible as the head of Homeland Security, for creating the supposed need for these backscatter scanners in the first place, and as head of that agency he decided whether or not such a device would be "needed" and then he proceeded to insure that the use of the machines was mandated (after he stepped down) so that after he left 'government' he could then get the no-bid contract for these very expensive machines. What a colossal scam of the flying public and the citizens of this country. This was a shakedown pure and simple: and he should be charged under the RICO statutes as a racketeer that has extorted money for false purposes from the Treasury while inflicting massive humiliation upon the flying public for no good reason except to increase his illicit profits from this bit of vulture capitalism while subjecting the public to insulting and outrageous treatment under the guise of national defense.
In fact it would seem to be a very good idea to put the names of all officers of whatever branch of government service they are in, on their person very visibly, along with their badge numbers. That way, whenever a crime is reported the officers name should be published so that the public can directly contact the heretofore invisible "officers" that have used their invisibility to vent their rage at will; on the public that does not necessarily deserve what 'the law' chooses to dispense-sometimes with deadly force.
The routine torture of members of the public, at random, must not just be discontinued-it must be totally redesigned to actually serve some real purpose-which to date has never been the case, so far. Maybe some healthy lawsuits might be far more effective in getting the corrupt US government to actually follow the laws that were laid down for everyone to follow not just the targets of government crackdowns that are booming out of control everyday. (3)
In all of the recent stories since this full-body scanner has come upon the scene; the overtly obvious intimidation tactics being used To Sexually Abuse (TSA) airline passengers is becoming obscene. What the hell is the matter with the public that will simply put-up-with this (and have to pay for it as well) when the truth is the agency involved is riddled with inefficiencies and incompetent people at all levels. If "insuring the safety of the flying public is so damned important then let's either hire competent and polite people capable of understanding the plight of those they are trying to intimidate or let's forget the whole nightmare and go back to the simple basics without all the electronic toys and whistles that haven't stopped anything anyhow!
Part of the reason that no one in authority actually gives a damn is because they're all flying on private planes that are not subjected to these barbaric practices-so they do not care what happens to the slaves that have to fly-commercially.
1) TSA Screener Accosts a 3 year old Child
2) TSA Encounter ­ San Diego
3) Systematic Humiliation of Air Passengers
*) Open Letter to the US Attorney General
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