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Meg McLain Can’t Get Home. US Airways Revokes her Ticket After Promising a Credit

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First it was complete and utter humiliation at the hands of 19 TSA and local police agents. Now US Airways has revoked Meg’s ticket, after promising to credit her for a new flight.

“NEED HELP!!! US Airways has just refused to replace my ticket. Can anyone help me get out of gainesville, FL? i’m calling my mom right now, but i could really use some help.” – Meg

I’ll post more here as the story develops.

Update. We Won’t Fly’s Jim Babb sends this message to US Airways:

Your client Meg McLain was recently violated at the Orlando airport by TSA agents. They physically abused her and tore up her ticket. Her story is well known (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJGvsAgpfig).

USAir initially promised to arrange a flight on another flight or from another airport. Now they seem to have welched on their obligation to provide the the service that Meg paid for.

As you can see from my Dividend Mile Account I have been a USAir customer for decades, but I will not do business with a company that won’t stand up for their passengers. I will not do business with a company that will condone the physical assault of peaceful people, In fact, I will not fly at all until I can do so without fear of porno-scanners or intimate gropings by TSA thugs.

Even your own pilots are being abused. According to today’s Philadelphia Inquirer: “Cleary said one US Airways pilot who went through a pat-down had his “genitals grabbed repeatedly” and was “highly traumatized. When I was talking to him on the phone a few days later, he told me that he had just thrown up in his driveway. He was so worried about going to work.”

Stand up and do the right thing for Meg and all of your passengers. You will gain enormous positive PR for taking a firm position against TSA abuse.

If you continue to support the abuse of your customers, you’d better start begging for your next government bail out.

Please notify me when you have corrected your mistake and I will share the news far and wide.

  • steelmagnolia

    Honey: I am soooo sorry you are caught in this nightmare. I don’t know where you are but catching a bus, though not fun, can get you home and deal with this on your own turf. THIS is just an indoctrination of what is to come and has already hit. I’m pretty sure the airlines are the BIG target…another way to bring in the Socialist agenda. I will not be flying EVER again under this sickness.

  • Mike

    Who wants to bet the airlines have ALL been given some advice from the TSA to make her trip home as difficult as possible. Thank goodness I like to drive so that I don’t have to fly for vacations…

  • steelmagnolia

    Since you are on the Continent of US, catch a bus home. Get yourself into the hands of your family, friends, pastors/counselors. You have done nothing wrong; you are the wronged, sinned upon.
    I am praying for you as I write..again. I was so shocked by this I
    didn’t even read you are in FL. “Lord, You alone are holy and good. You saw the trespass, you see TSA Directors and officials’ hearts as through their own scanners, but far more deeply. You see and know the hearts of the President, our Federal leaders. You know every sexual perversion that is done. Please draw Meg into your Truth that she will heal quickly of this abuse and cling to You for every moment of breath. In the Name of the Loving God, Jesus Christ. Amen”

  • Aeronot

    After reading that on Veterans Day I would like to thank all the vets for protecting the freedoms we once had.

    • Wzrd1

      I was returning last year from nearly 5 years of deployment to the Persian Gulf.
      When I arrived and got my transfer flight (ticket was originally from the Persian Gulf to England, transfer to US, transfer again to final hop) from Washington DC to my final destination, I received the enhanced pat down, OK, pure groping.
      It was one HELL of a welcome home from the war!
      Rather than go through that BS again on another deployment, I retired with a bit over 27 years of military service.
      I was offered a job, back in the Persian Gulf as a security director, no way would I fly there and go through that again.
      I declined the position.
      What is REALLY bizarre is the large number of US CENTCOM personnel (at least at the headquarters) who are either on TSA no fly lists or TSA watch lists. It takes a four star general to call for each of them to get them off the list, only to have them put RIGHT back on within a month.
      And I’ll not go into when we’ve had classified document couriers packages opened, invalidating the contents of the package.
      Apparently, properly identified packages with security markings properly placed AND courier orders are not good enough for the TSA.
      As far as I am concerned, let the TSA go to the front!

      • Jay

        AMEN! They want to deal with terrorists – let them deal with them then!

  • Derby

    can you sue the TSA for ripping it up?

  • DaleyT
  • Aeronot

    Can not watch the video right now. Is it Running Man II?

  • SIDA

    Come on people. She said Ft. Lauderdale airport, not Orlando. These knee-jerk comments make us all look like fringe flakes so will be sidelined by the media. Socialist Agenda? It started UNDER Bush. Michael Chertoff, MICHAEL CHERTOFF. Doesn’t he have an investment interest in the full-body scanners? Google it

  • John

    Where is she heading? Are there bus routes available? Maybe we can get a pool going to buy a bus ticket as a sort of F-this to the airlines!

  • Kisa AH

    I thought she was in Gainesville for some reason… Oh well. What surprises me most about the vid is all of the people going into the body scanner. But mostly what goes on is off frame & of course there is no sound so it doesn’t really tell much of a story.

    • steelmagnolia

      TSA is doing this within the watching of passengers so they will submit togo through the scanner. I am surprised there aren’t more people screaming about this, because they’ve raped or incested, or know someone. There are enough of us who have been it may take us becoming as MADD…moms against drunken driving. Until it hits you or your family/friends/neighbors, you won’t understand the sheer horror of what TSA is doing.

    • steelmagnolia

      TSA picked some of the footage, not all…part of the truth, the rest lies. They are government owned and operated. Don’t fall for the garbage that turns this into a he said, she said falsetto.
      I’ll be asking my two children just back from an overseas trip. They’ve never been raped or sexually molested as far as I know, but what does a Mom know. My sibling will be leaving Nashville at Thanksgiving. She too has been a protected one that SAYS it won’t bother her. Her husband is a Marine Officer going also who adores her. Let’s just say, there may be many more incidents at TSA’s scanners.

  • Gary

    Yet, we can’t profile. Virtually 100% of terrorists could be stopped with profiling. Why not adopt the Israeli system? Then never have a sky-jacking.

    • True

      Very good point. I wish a lot more of our systems would be based on countries which have figured it out years ago.

      • Daniel 2017

        It is because stopping terrorists is NOT the point.

        The government wants absolute control of us. This is a GIANT leap in that direction, forcing us into utter humiliation and degradation of morale.

        Let me say this again: IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH STOPPING TERRORISTS.

        “If tyranny and oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.” – James Madison

        • saramay

          It’s because the ACLU had the practice of profiling rightfully outlawed before the TSA was even around…

    • http://patrickgrimm.typepad.com/ Maccalusso

      This is the Israeli system. They have one for the goyim and one for them. It’s like immigration policies. Israel’s discriminates on the basis of religion. Only Jews are allowed to live permanently in Israel, while any Palestinians (whether Muslim or Christian) are barred from ever returning if they leave. Demanding a “Jewish state” with governance dominated by an ethnic group is no different than the KKK demanding that Alabama be a “white state”. Both instances exemplify racism. But we in the west are indoctrinated to support diversity, multiculturalism and equality. In the process we fall right into their diabolical plan to divide and conquer.

      And now a few words from the Talmud, the holiest of holy Jewish books on the subject of Gentile women:

      “A Gentile girl who is three years old can be violated.”- Aboda Sarah 37a.

      “A Jew may do to a non-Jewess what he can do. He may treat her as he treats a piece of meat.” – Hadarine, 20, B; Schulchan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 348.

      “A Jew may misuse the non-Jewess in her state of unbelief.” – Maimonides, Jak. Chasaka 2:2.

      “How to interpret the word ‘robbery.’ A goy is forbidden to steal, rob, or take women slaves, etc., from a goy or a Jew. But a Jew is not forbidden to do all this to a goy.”- Tosefta, Abda Zara VIII, 5.

      “A pregnant non-Jew is no better than a pregnant animal.” Coschen hamischpat 405

      “Gentile girls are in a state of niddah (filth) from birth.” – Abodah Zarah 36b.

      “The teachings of the Talmud stand above all other laws. They are more important than the laws of Moses.”- Rabbi Ismael, Rabbi Chambar, et. al.

      • Wzrd1

        That is VERY interesting. I didn’t realize that the Talmud was written in Yiddish and not in Hebrew.
        That is ever so helpful in profiling you as anti-semetic.

        Thank you for playing, please try again.

  • MudEngineer

    I can afford to fly on any airline that I want and after hearing what US Airways did to this poor woman, US Airways has been permanently crossed off of my list of potential airlines to fly on.

    • steelmagnolia

      You might want to take flying lessons. THIS is not just about USAirways. The terrible things that are coming down are all about our freedoms being stripped….literally.

  • John

    You can always take the train!

  • http://Shirephotography.com Anton Lee
  • http://Shirephotography.com Anton Lee

    I’m also sad to say that myself and my fiance have changed our plans to go to Jamaica for our honeymoon. We’ve talked long about it and have decided that neither of us want to be groped and molested by scumbags who work for the TSA or any government agency. We’ve changed our destination, dates, and most importantly the manner of travel.

    Thanks, TSA, for forcing us to choose a less expensive way to enjoy the days following our wedding. Sorry airlines, but you can end this tyranny anytime you’d like (although I will not fly USAirways due to the reneging of Meg’s ticket)

  • M

    I’m in Gainesville, I can give you a ride somewhere.

  • Ron Morrison

    I wonder what would happen if THOUSANDS of people showed up at airports with tickets and totally nude on a certain day. Oh yeah! And with a sealed bottle of water.

  • PJ
  • Shaun

    Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither- Benjamin Franklin.
    We do need to keep our country and its citizens safe from attack. But when we start sacrificing basic human dignity and liberty to do so, our enemies have already beaten us.

    • steelmagnolia

      Please don’t give up. These are some of the wars and rumors of wars, famine, G-d hate, antichrist behavior we’ve already been warned was to come.

  • Steve

    Really, I like that you took a stand but now you’re calling your mom.

    Talk about blowing it cause you’re human.

    Shame on TSA.

    • steelmagnolia

      I hope you are being silly. When you get to hear your family’s story when they have to fly to get somewhere fast, I’ll meet you back here on WND with pity. Meg’s Mom has not just gotten assaulted sexually, but she will know by the changes in her daughter the trauma she endured and will continue to live with. This mandate was put into place by our Massa O.; until Google got caught, the general public didn’t know what was on the way, only DC and O. Want to blame someone? Blame yourself for not seeing into the scam…or blame me for not standing up for America until April, 2010 with the TEAPPatriots, or blame the progressive media. Don’t blame the victims.

      • Johan

        Dear Steel,

        You’re not on WND (aka Wing-Nut Daily), you’re on a website dedicated to the protection of the civil liberties of those involved in America’s air passenger transportation system.

        Also, there are several issues with your statement.

        1. The enhanced security mandate was brought about not by President Obama, but by his predecessor and the so-called USA Patriot Act. Including the procurement order for full-body scanners. Yes he’s in charge now, and there’s some blame there for continuing the mandate, but not for putting it in place. He’s far, far from the only one responsible for the erosion of our civil liberties in the name of security.

        2. “Massa O.” Really? Do you realize how patently offensive and insensitive that comparison is? What we go through today is NOTHING AT ALL like the inhumanities inflicted on slaves. Slaves who could be tortured, raped, bought and sold at the whims of their capricious masters. Dial it down a bit, please. Hyperbole serves no good here.

        3. The progressive media has been loudly criticizing the Patriot Act, the TSA, and many other erosions of our civil liberties almost from the moment the Act was passed. Just because you might not agree with progressive philosophy on all points doesn’t mean there’s not common ground there. Open your ears and listen: most of the American public (progressives included) now view the erosion of our constitutional rights with increasing concern. If anyone is to blame for ignoring the developing police state, at least at first, it is certainly not the progressives.

  • steelmagnolia

    Who was she to call? The FBI, local police…they would probably want to see the images up close and personal, then get a ‘feel of the situation’. This may be very amusing to some, but when it occurs to you or someone you care about, we’ll see you back here on WND weeping your loss. By the way, there is getting over sexual invasion/abuse but you lose decades in the process. The objects of our government’s hate is its people, its enterprises, its dignity and freedoms. What mode of transport do you suggest when they are stopping us in or at the fringes of our home State? Socialism first, Communism next.

    • Johan

      I have several good friends who are self-proclaimed socialists, and have also studied both socialism and communism in school. Neither system requires the erosion of personal liberties. (I don’t like either system, but let’s portray them honestly here, ok?)

      The socio-political systems that do revolve around removal of individual constitutional rights are more accurately described as Police States and/or Fascism. Confusing Fascism with Communism is understandable, as Fascism has been a near-universal feature of the more prominent examples of Communism. It is not, however, a universal feature of the more prominent examples of Social Democracies.

      • Wzrd1

        Communism’s goal is to achieve socialism. That may be a laudable goal, as socialism IS a perfect system, save for one minor problem. There are no perfect people to go along with the perfect system.

  • anon

    This is just lame. Stop complaining. You know the rules, and if you don’t like them, don’t try changing them at the airport. Write your congressman.

    • Johan

      You’re right sir, I do know the rules.

      One of them reads as follows, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated…”

      Just because Congress passes a law doesn’t make it a just law. Protesting unjust laws is also a Constitutionally guaranteed right. After I’ve quoted you the Fourth Amendment do I really need to quote you the First?

  • Chris

    This is what happens when you give half-wits a modicum of authority and improper training, this has to end..

    • Johan

      Yes, or what happens when you set up a security agency entirely dedicated to the premise that no search is Constitutionally “unreasonable” anymore.

  • Noone

    tsa bloged about this and released a video. She was never cuffed. She lied. Plain and simple. Slander? Maybe…

    • Johan

      Never cuffed? Their own security footage indicates otherwise: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXlMbsR0MMc&t=630

      • saramay

        I don’t see cuffs. I see the bracelet she is wearing throughout the first video and her twisting something in her hands…

  • Congrats

    Congrats, your lies that got you in the spotlight are going to prevent you from being successful for the rest of your life. Probably a bad decision to lie.

    • Johan

      Actually, the two clips of audio-free, non-timestamped video prove very little. Except that they did handcuff her. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXlMbsR0MMc&t=630

      • saramay

        There is a man in the first video at 12:21 standing on the footprint mat after being scanned. He is the same man on the second video at 1:13 walking through the bottom left corner. You can even see him putting on his white sneakers at the end of the first video. Not quite a time stamp but a reference of time between the two shots…

  • Jj

    Euh.. Don’t you have this thing called trains there? They’re like planes but on rails, and a bit slower. But they allow u to go from A to B.

    • Johan

      Have you seen the security at Amtrak stations lately? Not much different.

  • David

    Wow…this sucks. If you get money for a new flight, are they going to let you fly?

  • Staci

    In this situation, Meg did everything correctly. She did everything that she was told, got the pat down, and unless she had drugs, or anything else illegal, the cops had NO right to cuff her. If she was making a scene, or cussing and yelling, then they could cuff her for ‘safety’ of her and other travelers. By the way it sounds, the TSA and police were out of line. Why could she not go through the metal detector and use the wand? What happens when someone cannot physically go through the machine because of health reasons? Is this dangerous for pregnant women? Would the TSA aggressively pat down a pregnant woman’s stomach becuase it looks “suspcious” that the woman was afraid to get harmful UVs from the machine?
    OPT out should be allowed with a safe and HUMANE alternative.

    • Wzrd1

      This has nothing to do with the “metal detector”, aka magnetometer.
      As for the scanner she declined to enter, it has ZERO to do with UV. It’s X-Ray.
      Regarding the pregnant woman, yes they aggressively feel up her fundus.
      And there ARE people who cannot go through a magnetometer OR have the wand used, as it is much the same thing. Think pacemakers, which can false and do really bad things to the heart when they get RF interference.
      So, Mrs O’Lady gets felt up at the highly dangerous age of 98.
      And they’d probably go really nuts over her Depends!

  • Jo

    This scanner works with Xrays… what do they do with pregnant travelers who are at risk of suffering birth defects if they go through this machine?

    • Johan

      In theory, backscatter X-Ray scanners don’t penetrate past the first few layers of tissue. That’s how these machines provide the ability to look through your clothes to what’s right next to your skin.

      Unfortunately it means your skin and that top layer of tissue are absorbing a lot of that radiation. We know extensive UV radiation exposure contributes to skin cancer. I wonder why the TSA has overlooked the possibility that concentrated X-Ray exposure could do the same here? Imagine how often pilots, flight crew, and regular business travelers would end up getting scanned…

  • TSA Officer

    This cannot be a true story. I am an officer for the TSA that works ridiculous hours for ridiculous pay, five days per week doing what I have been trained to do to make the skies safer. We do not grope people and don’t enjoy this any more than the passengers. I have heard some outlandish stories about our new procedures, but this has to be the worst. We don’t even pat down the passengers that don’t alarm the metal detector. We give them every opportunity to remove belts, cell phones, anything metal that is causing the machine to alarm…we don’t want to pat you down any more than you want to be patted down. Thank goodness for the customers that understand we are doing all we can do for the safety of our skies.

    • Wzrd1

      I’m sorry, but I fail to understand just WHY I was given an enhanced screening when coming from a secure US base in the Persian Gulf, transferred in London, transferred in Washington, DC, where I was given the welcome home. WHILE still carrying my DoD ID card, US CENTCOM ID card and a government courier card.
      DO explain it to me. Rather than go through this again on another deployment, I retired after over 27 years of military service.
      Or did I work for an organization that the TSA considers a known terrorist organization, the US Department of Defense?
      And would you REALLY want me to go into the approximately 10% of my US CENTCOM Service Members who have their names either on no fly lists OR watch lists? We had to have the Commanding General call to get some off of the list (turned out temporary)!
      Sorry, but your leadership is beyond out of control and no checks and balances are evident.

  • cathleeninnh

    So sorry this happened. Thank you, Meg for standing up and telling your story. We will all benefit from your courage.

  • puck

    I’m sorry, but I don’t believe her story at all. I’ve watched the TSA videos, and even if there were things that happened off-camera, the things she describes happening while she WAS on camera are shown to be complete lies. She claimed no one was subjected to the scanner and pat-down while she was in the seating area, but the video CLEARLY shows dozens of people going through both processes. She claimed she was hand-cuffed to the chair, and while leaving the airport, but you can CLEARLY see that she’s only wearing her own bracelets on each arm before sitting down, has full use of her arms during that time, and is never cuffed or uncuffed. When she leaves, the only thing she has on is her bracelets.

    I think the scanners are horrible and I would never do them either, but lying about the incident is only going to hurt her and the cause of getting rid of them! Go check out the TSA videos on their blog, or Consumerist!

    • Johan

      People don’t walk with their forearms together. That’s a very awkward position. Yet she does when they escort her out of the immediate view of the camera at the end of the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXlMbsR0MMc&t=630

      She didn’t lie about the handcuffs.

      • Jo

        I don’t see hand cuffs in the second video. If you go back to the first video at 1:31 she’s wearing a rather bulky bracelet or watch. If you look at the second video. It’s not a link between cuffs, Around 6:20 in Video one a TSA agent hands her a tissue to wipe her nose… in the second video she’s nervously twisting it both as she walks across the screen and as she is escorted to the exit.

        • TSAofficer

          Thank you Jo! How can people look at the videos and not see she is lying? I don’t understand it. We do not carry handcuffs!!?

      • TSAofficer

        TSA officers DO NOT carry handcuffs! Ever…in any airport. What are you looking at?! She lied and should be held accountable with a public apology and fine so she doesn’t do it again. Thank goodness for cameras at our security checkpoints.

  • Mrs. Jelsema

    As reported in the Orlando Sentinel, all were expected to be scanned. There is the right to refuse, BUT then you MUST submit to a pat down. Extremely objectionable in my eyes, having to choose between one of two indignities. When we take our currently planned trips, they will not be profitable to the airlines.

  • Doctor Dave

    I have had my tummy patted down, palms on. I had to reassure the TSA agent that it was all my own fat.
    I have had to take my wallet out because it was a bulge. Once, the guy sorted through it with me looking on. He told me no wallets were that size but made no apology for his comment after seeing that it was all wallet, with cash in it. Maybe he had never seen cash and cards before in his life.
    I have had TSA sort through my medications until I protested forcefully. I don’t think they are America’s SS agents, but they do need to be careful and the public needs immediate access to an ombudsman type individual.

  • D.E. from NC

    It’s REAL D**N SIMPLE FOLKS !! All we gotta do is carbon copy ITALY !! Their airlines started going broke, some I believe threatened to hub at a different airport, BUT MOSTLY PEOPLE JUST QUIT FLYING !! Do your “face to face” stuff utilizing the many video conferencing opportunities available today !! Do legal documents with laser printers, fax and overnight !! THE ITALIAN PEOPLE WON IN BIG NUMBERS !! THE NAKED BODY SCANNERS ARE BEING REMOVED FROM THEIR AIRPORTS !! We showed ‘em a couple weeks ago we mean business at the polls, now lets show ‘em at the airports in the same numbers of protests !! 11/24 !! DO YOUR PART !! Look at what the Icelanders and Grecian folks have done !! WE’RE NO DIFFERENT !! THERE IS MASSIVE, MASSIVE STRENGTH IN NUMBERS !! The banksters and their mortgage fraud are finding it out right now !! Let TSA know it in the same manner !!

  • Dex

    This is making world news. I just read about it in one of our local papers in Australia. This and many other stories from the USA have caused me to vow NEVER to go to the USA again in my life. I felt safer when I traveled to Communist China than I imagine I would feel in the police-state, fascist USA.
    I have passed this, and related, stories on to all my family and friends, one of whom was planning a holiday in California middle of next year. She and her family are now going to South East Asia for a holiday instead. She does not want herself or her children to be sexually assaulted or to be abused by thugs on what is meant to be a pleasant holiday.
    Every week, the USA seems to hit a new low in their rapid descent into the gutter. I just hope they don’t take the rest of the world with them when they reach oblivion.

  • Dex

    I am curious. Do elementary schools or high schools still go on excursions that require their students to fly? How are they going to be handled? Will they have to cope with a massive child porn photo session, or will all the children just get their genitals groped? If I was a teacher or school administrator I would be VERY hesitant to organize any excursion involving an airport.

  • Kleinberg

    guess what a country with real terrorist threats think about body scanners?

    FYI (thou guess you most of you know it):

    ‘A leading Israeli airport security expert says the Canadian government has wasted millions of dollars to install “useless” imaging machines at airports across the country.

    “I don’t know why everybody is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747,” Rafi Sela told parliamentarians probing the state of aviation safety in Canada.

    “That’s why we haven’t put them in our airport,” Sela said, referring to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport, which has some of the toughest security in the world.

    Sela, former chief security officer of the Israel Airport Authority and a 30-year veteran in airport security and defence technology, helped design the security at Ben Gurion.

    He told MPs on the House of Commons transport committee via video conference from Kfar Vradim, Israel, that he wouldn’t reveal how to get past the virtual strip-search scanners, but said he can provide briefings to officials with security clearance.’

    source: http://www.vancouversun.com/travel/2941610/story.html

  • john

    The shame here is not her refusal it is the sheep walking by without a word and the “JUST DOING MY JOB” SLOBS. Imagine 100,000 people everyday doing what she did.it would collapse the system on so many levels

  • L

    Who is the attorney hangling this? I went through something very much like this minus the handcuffs. How do you fight being molested by the TSA. Ridiculous!

  • ontheroad

    Airport Stasis! Here’s a bit of tongue-in-cheek TSA satire: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUXReg3k-eM

  • TSAofficer

    Is anyone going to make this young lady take responsibility for lying about what happened? This “poor” girl was not handcuffed by TSA. We don’t carry handcuffs. Her ticket was not torn up in her face by a TSA employee. I didn’t see people screaming at her…Ridiculous…I don’t think she counted on TSA responding with a true video of the incident. She is a fraud and the people that are feeling sorry for her?? Look at the video for yourself.

    She makes a mockery of something that people are rightfully upset about. When you lie about an incident to get attention it removes every bit of credibility from the argument.

    • Jessica

      I’m sorry, but I forgot that we lived in a country in that our President is called “the leader of the free world”? Can you, O Mighty TSA Lackey, explain why such a shit storm was raised when this girl refused the scanner, or the groping? Can you? I think that, unless you were there personally, that you really should think twice about calling this girl out. Labeling yourself as a TSA goon on an anti-TSA website isn’t going to help you, either.
      She never said her ticket was torn in her face. But I did see the ticket-tear.
      Those scanners show parts of a body that should only be seen by a lover or medical professional. These “pat-downs” tough areas that should only be touched by a lover or medical professional. Furthermore, you animals subject CHILDREN to these atrocious violations of personal privacy. They cause further trauma to those who have already suffered from unwanted sexual contact. I have suffered from sexual assault, and while I had no real issues with TSA on my military-related flights (except when you wanted to open an envelope that *I* wasn’t even authorized to open–those goons learned real fast not to f**k with the Navy!), I have already canceled or postponed plans that involved flying. Why? Because of stories of abuse of power by TSA *agents* (you are NOT an officer), and your new invasive procedures. You are not my doctor/nurse, you are not my husband. You most certainly are not my mother. Those are the ONLY people who should EVER touch or feel me in ANY manner. Your agency is one full of power-hungry perverts who feel up women and children for fun. I’ll not fly unless it involves an airport that has kicked you f**kers out. Until then, it’s train or road for me and my husband.
      Attack me all you want. But I won’t take a damn word of yours with a lick of salt–because you are one of THEM.

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