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Published: Friday, Jan. 18 2013 11:20 a.m. MST

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fisher1949
DUNDALK, MD

Maybe TSA finally realized that they are in violation of federal child pornography laws when they send minors through the scanners. The EU realized this early on and banned the scanning of minors. TSA still scans adolescent children and occasionally those under 12.

From 2008 to 2011, TSA insisted these didn't produce a naked image but later admitted that they did after the L3 system were equipped with ATR. Meanwhile, a group of TSA creeps in a back room are giggling and ogling your wife and kids. TSA is heavy on lies and light on facts when it comes to their mistreatment of travelers.

Even when something positive comes out on this agency they insist on demonstrating their disdain for the public they serve by saying that they don’t care about our privacy concerns and would have continued to violate our privacy if Congress hadn’t made them. This agency and its employees are corrupt and sociopathic and the entire organization needs to be replaced

Let the privacy lawsuits begin starting with OSI and TSA AdminisTraitor John Pistole.

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