10 of the Most Outrageous TSA Horror Stories

by admin on November 22, 2010

The TSA’s notoriously bad behavior is quickly becoming the biggest hot-button topic in America since the first round of gay marriages took place several years ago, and for good reason. The people employed by the Transportation Security Administration, commonly referred to as “agents,” as though they were educated professionals such as the men and women deployed by the FBI, are all-too-often little more than minimum-wage thugs. They frequently harass innocent travelers, leaving them feeling insulted, molested, humiliated and degraded past the point that any law-abiding citizen should have to endure. Nearly anyone who has gone through an airport security gate in the last decade will likely have stories of overly-rude TSA workers, or worse, but these are 10 truly outrageous instances where the TSA has simply gone too far. 



Bladder cancer survivor left covered in urine

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Thomas Sawyer, a 61-year-old survivor of bladder cancer, was humiliated beyond belief when he tried to board his flight at Detroit International earlier this month. He is unfortunate enough to require the use of a urostomy bag, which must have shown up on the scanner. He was pulled aside for the TSA’s new “enhanced” pat-down, at which point he tried to tell the screeners about his condition and the apparatus. They cut him off, saying that they didn’t need to know about his issues. His pants, which were sized larger to make it easier for him to wear the bag, fell down around his ankles since they had made him take off his belt to walk through the detectors the first time around. He had to ask twice before they would allow him to pull them up. They then made him take his sweatshirt off, at which point he again told them about the delicate bag of urine that was under his clothing — but they didn’t listen. A screener ruptured the bag with his hand, causing it to begin dribbling and spilling Mr. Sawyer’s own urine down his shirt, groin and pants. Sawyer was reduced to tears as he was forced to make his way through the terminal and onto the plane before he could clean himself up and change clothes.



Woman forced to remove nipple ring with pliers

Mandi Hamlin was trying to pass through a security gate at an airport in Lubbock, Texas back in 2008, when she was stopped by a female screener with a hand-held metal detector. Though Mandi had no trouble passing through the larger metal detector, the screener’s wand unit chimed when passing over her breasts — where she had nipple-piercings. Instead of handling the small issue on her own, the female screener called over several of her male counterparts, who then insisted that Mandi remove her nipple rings. Mandi asked if she could simply show them to the female screener in private, but was refused the option. Flustered, she managed to get one piercing out (it was bar-shaped), but she couldn’t get the other, which was ring-shaped. She said she wouldn’t be successful without pliers, and pled again for the female to simply examine her. They gave her pliers. Crying, she worked the ring loose and removed it, but she could hear the male screeners giggling and joking about it on the other side of the curtain that acted as her only means of privacy. She was then allowed to proceed — never being asked about the belly-button ring she was also wearing at the time. The flight wasn’t even international, in fact she wasn’t even leaving the state; it was a hopper to Dallas.



A 3-year-old’s pat-down

Steve Simon was with his wife and daughter at an airport in Chattanooga, Tennessee, when he, a television reporter, found himself in a situation that demanded the use of his camera phone. His 3-year-old daughter, Mandy, began crying when they had to put her teddy bear through the X-ray scanner. She was so upset that she kept setting off the metal detector, so after the second time through, a TSA screener decided to judiciously follow through with procedures written with suspicious adults in mind — two failed detector walkthroughs mandates a pat-down. The screener’s groping hands forced the already terrorized young girl to panic more, and her father’s phone managed to record nearly 20 seconds of frenzied screaming. At one point, you can clearly hear the little girl cry for the screener to “stop touching” her. Her mother was not able to calm her down, since the scary stranger wouldn’t stop feeling her body, something her parents had no doubt told her to never allow a stranger to do. Steve took it all quite well, but most fathers wouldn’t be so gracious.



Left with pants down due to knee implant

Leaving people with their pants down seems to be a favorite activity amongst TSA screeners. Robert Perry, a 71-year-old man with a knee replacement, was ordered into the very open and public inspection area by one of them and barked at when he set off the metal detectors. Perry had tried explaining the situation with his knee to the man, but was only yelled at to take his belt off. When the screener went to feel the knee, he did it so roughly that he jerked the pants right off, leaving Perry looking like an idiot in his underwear for all to see. Perry immediately, and rightly, asked to see a supervisor. The supervisor, a woman, was worse than the screener. Perry, in a news interview, reenacted that supervisor’s gorilla-like display of superiority as he mimicked her, beating his chest and repeating the words “I have power.” Perry and his wife were threatened with losing their flight, and they were only trying to take a vacation for the 50th wedding anniversary.



Security leaves woman roughed up

Back in 2007, Robin Kassner was trying to take a flight out of Reagan National Airport when she was physically assaulted by a mixed group of TSA screeners and Airport police — over a bottle of contact lens cleaner. As can be seen in the airport’s own security footage, they grabbed Kassner by the arms, jerked them behind her, then pulled her several feet, slamming her onto the ground (and displacing furniture in the process), all seemingly for no reason at all. Kassner recalls thinking something along the lines of “oh God, I’m being beaten up, and I don’t even know why.” That wasn’t the end of it, either. After they picked her up and returned her to the standing-height inspection table, Kassner’s head was slammed into it, hard enough to give her a concussion and possibly permanent brain damage. Kassner was locked up in a holding cell and later released to be charged with obstruction of justice, but she was able to use the footage in a 10 million dollar lawsuit against the airport.



Singled out, cuffed, boarding pass destroyed

Meg McLain recently experienced just what happens when one decides to opt-out of the x-ray scan, and object to the groping-laden pat-down that follows such an opt-out. She was surrounded by TSA screeners and airport police, shuffled off-camera in the inspection area to be harassed, and finally forced to sit in a chair and watch as an egomaniacal TSA screener ripped her ticket in half right in front of her before having security grab her and escort her out of the airport. She was unable to get a refund for the flight, and even worse, found herself stranded since the boarding pass itself had been destroyed (and the airline would not replace it).



Arrested over applesauce

58-year-old Nadine Hays was arrested, charged with battery, handcuffed, and strip searched back in 2009 over applesauce. It wasn’t a case of applesauce being in a container that could be misconstrued as a bomb, nor was it a case of Nadine acting suspicious about her foodstuffs. Nadine was traveling with her wheelchair-bound, 93-year-old mother, and she had fully explained to the TSA screeners that the applesauce was required to feed her ailing mother, and necessary for medication to be given as well. There was also a third, younger woman with them, a full-time caretaker, who was able to vouch for Nadine. While the screener was trying to steal Nadine’s applesauce, her cohorts were barking at the caretaker to stand back, while they took their time scaring and fondling Nadine’s senile, old and confused mother off-camera. Video footage proves that both TSA and airport security lied, heavily, throughout their reports. It took a full year, but Nadine got the case against her dropped — but her mother had already died by then.



Breast cancer survivor forced to show prosthetic breast

A woman being forced to pull a nipple ring out with pliers is bad; an old man forced to walk through an airport drenched in his own urine is possibly worse, but they may pale in comparison to TSA screeners actually forcing a breast cancer survivor to remove a prosthetic breast and show it to them. Cathy Bossi, a flight attendant of 32 years, was on her way to work when this happened to her. She, like many other flight attendants and pilots, opted out of the X-ray scan because daily use of such a machine would mean daily doses of radiation. She wasn’t trying to make a statement, and she certainly wasn’t trying to hide anything. She’s not alone, either. There are more stories cropping up, every day, about the TSA humiliating women who have breast prostheses. 



8-year-old on TSA’s watch list

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It was mildly entertaining and only somewhat inconvenient the first time Mikey Hicks and his family were stopped at the airport terminal and told that their son was on the terrorist watch-list. He was 2 years old at the time, and his parents thought that it would not happen a second time, since incidents like that must go on record, right? Over time, it grew less funny. Early this year, Mikey and his family were making a trip to the Bahamas for a vacation. Mikey, now 8 years old, was stopped again. The TSA screeners, apparently literate enough to read the no-fly list and see that young Mikey had the same name as one of the entries, subjected the 8-year-old boy to a frisking. On his way back home, he was put through an even more aggressive pat-down. The boy doesn’t understand why anyone would think he’s a terrorist, but he took it all with a grain of salt. His parents, on the other hand, weren’t as understanding. The TSA holds that its people were doing a wonderful job, protecting the world from terrorists, and that there are no children on the no-fly list.



4-year-old forced to remove — and walk without — his leg braces

Quite possibly the worst offense on this list, a police officer in New Jersey took his family to the airport to take a trip to Disney World. His son, a developmentally-disabled 4-year-old who could not walk without leg braces, was helped through the metal detector by his mother. The alarm went off. The TSA screener, who obviously saw the boy as a threat to national security, said that he must take the braces offand walk through the detector on his own. TSA’s own regulations state that this is not the case. The boy’s parent’s tried to plead with the screener, but he would hear nothing of it. He insisted that their son, whose leg muscles weren’t strong enough to support him, walk through the detector under his own power. When the boy’s father, now absolutely furious, demanded a supervisor. The screener’s gruff answer when confronted by the father personally was “you know why we do this,” implying that his being a police officer meant that he should think it was perfectly OK to force a handicapped toddler to do parlor tricks for a power-tripping security guard.



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  • Anonymous

    LOL, the TSA is a JOKE. Biggest WASTE of an agency since the Pentagon!

    http://www.privacy-tools.edu.tc

  • http://twitter.com/SethJacobson Seth Jacobson

    How did you miss the kid who was strip searched at the TSA checkpoint?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSQTz1bccL4

  • Sara Jimenez

    TSA hires screeners who are not even US citizens. One, a woman, at Salt Lake City International Airport was a Columbian national who was fond of telling stories about the drug trafficing in her neighborhood in Colombia.

    The whole body scanners, with a flip of a switch, can be set to test mode and images saved and even shared!

    Be afraid, be very afraid.

  • Wnett

    Let us not forget the elderly man in a wheelchair who had a sharp metal object removed from around his neck because it was a potentially threatening object that could stab or cut someone… it was a Congressional Medal of Honor.
    http://www.snopes.com/military/medal.asp

  • Dgbd

    power hungry animals

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  • Junkfilee1

    yep the terrorist won . they are watching us do tricks. do i get a treat?

  • Thomas

    Read about Nazi Germany. the SS worked to humiliate the people, especially Jews as a way to control them. If this is allowed to continue at airports, who will stop them at the entrances to stadiums, or on the street. Illegal immigrants have more rights than US citizens who have done nothing wrong.

  • Troy D

    wtf! test mode. That’s crap I had no idea.

    That could be really embarrassing. A celeb walks through the screener, flip the switch. Sell to tmz. done!

    http://politics.rawsignal.com

  • gsoltso

    Not to be a spoilsport in the pile on, but there are some problems with the listed stories. Security Leaves woman rouoghed up, was done by the airport police, not TSA – they had problems searching the passengers bag and contacted APD like they are supposed to. This should be listed more under a heading of “worst airport police horror stories”.

    Meg McLain was not handcuffed. She refused screening and was spoken to at length by the TSA Officers (at least one of which was compassionate enough to give her some paper towels to wipe the tears from her eyes). If her ticket was ripped in half, it was done bysomeone outside of the checkpoint, not the TSA Officer. Please visit the TSA blog for their official response – http://blog.tsa.gov/2010/11/response-to-female-radio-host-cuffed-to.html

    Thanks!

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  • Kody

    Thanks Big Brother for keeping us safe against the bajillions of evil terrorists blowing up all of our planes!

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  • JRENZ320

    who dose the back ground check of these TSA personel. How many of these people are petifiles or boarderline rapist. alot of these stories are of just everyday people not a seneter or a congressman or someone inportant who they do recinize from the politic areana or a high socity person. all these people are just like you and me. DO YOU FEEL LIKE WE ARE BEING TREATED FAIRLY?
    I DON’T.

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  • guest

    Hire private companies to do this work. It’s obvious that the TSA can’t find people to work there with IQ’s high enough..or at least above room temp.

  • IRATE

    AMERICAN GREED AT IT’S FINEST. WE WOULDN’T BE DOING THESE ACTIVITIES IF – IF – GOV’T HADN’T DEREGULATED AND LEFT EVERY ROGUE COUNTRY INTO OUR COUNTRY TO EVENTUALLY HOLD US CAPITVE – AS WE SEE HERE! SEND JOBS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES/PUT AMERICANS OUT OF THEIR JOBS/GET CHEAP LABOR IN THOSE COUNTRIES/INVEST (UPPER-CLASS(?) IN FOREIGN MARKETS/GET MORE FOR YOUR BUCK/FOR WHAT? THIS? CRAZY TO THE CORE.

  • China

    OH my gosh!!! I live in South Africa and thought that when under apartheid rule our personal rights had been eroded to nothing – and yes…I am ‘a white’….imagine how ‘the blacks’ suffered. This scanner debacle however, is appalling in terms of personal freedom. It reminds me of the medical experimentation on the unfortunate victims of the IIWW German holocaust!!! Can the USA sink any lower? What next ? Genocide?

  • Rett

    This is only a microcosm of things to come. America is on a slippery slope headed for the abyss. Prepare for more humiliations in the years to come. May God have mercy. As our Lord and Savior said as He died, “Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do.

  • Rett

    I wouldn’t trust that biased blog as far as I could throw you. This was about her having lense cleaner? Why would they not allow the child’s mom do the pat down after she removed the child’s outer garment. This is idiocy at it’s best. I would have to get paid to fly anywhere now. There are way better ways to be secure without hiring thugs to humiliate passengers.

  • LLB

    TSA “THUGS” says it all! People with not only proper training, but BACKGROUND searches and education should be hired to handle these delicate situations! Not uneducated ‘THUGS’

  • LLB

    Properly educated personnel who could handle these delicate situations at best would probably require more that the greedy airline excecutives are willing to pay! Therefore we get scavenger “THUGS” messing with us at the airports!

  • Jpserino

    At the risk of being politically incorrect (oh my God!), has anyone else noticed, but was afraid to mention, that in every case of egregious behavior by a TSA agent against a passenger, the passenger was…non-’minority’ ?!
    Does anyone think this could be an overt provocation to create civil unrest and create a clamp down to seize even more power? Our government is obviously no longer working for the by people, but the other way around.

  • Hope

    I was once told be a psychologist that Americans as a general population have lower scores on IQ tests than Canadians and that this fact must be reflected when assigning a percentile. I thought that this was a very offensive statement as I am an American, (although I have lived in Canada almost my whole life.) After reading this article I was left wondering if she did not have a point after all.

  • Anonymous

    Treason by any other name is still Treason. The corporate United States™ acting through the TSA, Homeland Security or anyone else to arbitrarily dismiss the Bill of Rights on a pretense that they are protecting your rights witnesses the epitome of irony. Any attempt by the TSA to violate your Rights is Treason, or overthrow of the Constitution for the United States of America. We have the right to locomotion and movement; see Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition under “liberty.” Also, see 11 AmJur §329, 1940. 11AmJur relates to the highways but it also means on land, sea and air. See also 25AmJur §§163 and 165. However, you must serve them with an Affidavit of facts, not conjecture or conclusions; and, a Criminal and civil complaint for damages with a Bill for the amount in the complaint. Learn to protect yourself and your family, do not use an attorney, an attorney is a fiction of law and he/she cannot present you (you are you), he/she can only re-present you as a fiction, the same as his/her title is. If you are re-presented you have no rights because you are re-presented as a fiction, or business. Learn, learn and learn.

  • PAINTS2009

    The TSA needs us to teach them to have training for their agents. these ourrages ARE NOT NECESSARY. the big dumb agents who are perpetrating these obsenties have low IQ’s, haven’t finished grade school, and are not trained. STOP FLYING UNTIL THEY FIX IT. most of us do not have to fly.

  • S-kroeger

    WHAT???!!!! What the heck are you thinking? Privatization of our prisons has led to the absolute worst atrocities! I don’t want someone making even more money off my trying to have a nice vacation or making my business travel a nightmare. Another poster was correct. They aren’t willing to take the time to check backgrounds or spend the money beyond minimum wage – and no private company is going to be any better about that!

  • Liz

    I hope the ‘O’Bamas’ Clintons and all the high ups are being seen to be subjected to these TSA inspections. Ron Paul is right, why do nationals refuse to stand up and be counted by this sort of behaviour when perpetrated by their own people but would not tolerate it if done by another nation? I was kept in Miami for 5 hours because my finger prints did not match up with the previous 8 sets I had given and we (self and 160 others) were subjected to the harranging and bawling by officials when we asked why we were there. We were all kept in a room so it was obvious we were not too dangerous tourists. Your tourism industry will take a nose dive if something isn’t done soon. I have no plans to come to USA again, having been a constant visitor since 1980.

  • Paulb_30

    Sounds like the TSA would be ripe for some type of class action lawsuit.

  • Theflucase Com

    SCREW THE NEW WORLD ORDER, THIS HAS TO STOP, THE “H” WITH TSA & OBAMA!

  • Wilberthogg

    What could possibly be added to this? Outrage does’nt even begin to describe this kind of behaivour. I can only say that if this continues then it will be a good thing, if and when, America finally loses everything they claim to stand for. Perhaps then, and only then, will they realise the kind of tyranny they are allowing, by putting up with this, with but by then it will be too late.

  • Anonymous

    “Well, folks, if you’ll just allow us to place this little tracking chip in you, you’ll never need to be sexually harassed nor exposed to gawd knows how much radiation!”Sound like a deal?I cannot believe the American people have been so cowed to let this go on as long as it has. We say we don’t trust the government, but we let them take everything we own, including any dignity we have left.This has nothing to do with security and everything to do with getting us ready to walk into the camps.

  • Grammy_5

    I went through Charlotte Douglas airport security this summer. I am a 60 year old grandmother of 8. My husband and I had flown from Portland Oregon that morning, on our way to a vacation in the Bahamas. We had a 5 hour layover in Charlotte, where our son and his family live. They came to the airport to see us, and we spend a couple hours playing with our 1 year old grandson and 4 year old granddaughter. Then we had to re-enter security. I had a light zip up linen jacket on. As I approached the security screening area, I asked if they wanted me to take off my jacket and they told me no – I could just go through their body scanning machine. I didn’t resist (the body scanner was a totally new experience for me) but merely asked questions about what was seen, who would see, etc. They told me if I didn’t want the scan, I could be patted down. A woman TSA agent came and groped my body, hands all over my breasts and body. I was so shocked and shaken it took me 30 minutes to calm down enough to be sure I wouldn’t cry. I never expected such treatment and don’t intend to go through that again. The Constitution of the United States of America, in the 4th Amendment, makes this absolutely illegal. I am a multigeneration American, my American family roots dating back to the 1600′s. I love this country. I have never been arrested or done anything illegal in my life. I have only had one traffic ticket, ever!!! There is NO probable cause for me to have to endure such treatment. The news stories are horrible about how people are being treated and even more amazing, that we are tolerating this. Does anybody remember how Hitler came to power, little by little insisting that people had to endure one loss of their rights after another. WAKE UP!!! This is UNCONSTITUTIONAL and it is time that Americans take a stand. There are other methods, such as those used by the Israelis that require nothing even close to what we are going through, and no rights are being violated or stolen. Why are we allowing the government to tell us it has to violate our Constitutional rights to keep us safe. BALONEY! When are we going to hold our leaders accountable to the Constitution they have sworn to uphold and protect???

  • Emelie

    looks to me like the airport security are little people on power trips at the expense of children & physically challenged adults. Baffoons!

  • Kerry Redmond

    Shame on the Newsman and his wife for allowing those thugs to touch their daughter like that and get her so upset! That is going to be remembered by that little girl for the rest of her life and she will remember Mom allowing it and restaining her!!! Again, I say SHAME ON THEM ALL!!!! No plane trip is worth abusing and scarring our children!!!!!

  • Kerry Redmond

    Yeah, if you consider losing your freedoms and soveriegnty a treat!

  • Kerry Redmond

    Yeah, if you consider losing your freedoms and soveriegnty a treat!

  • Realbiz02

    The scary part is you think it’s all OK. It is not OK to make a young boy remove his leg braces; it is not OK to slam a woman’s head onto a table (no matter that she had the audacity to speak); it doesn’t matter who it was “in power or authority” who did the vicious act; it is not OK to have a man remove his pants and expose his colostomy bag; it is not OK to have a woman remove her nipple rings. And the list goes on. Are YOU a TSA employee? I would bet you are.

  • Edith

    Dear Kerry Redmond,

    if I were like you, I would say shame on you. How can you blame those poor parents? They, themselves went through hell, they did not let that happen to their little girl, those bastards did it without their permission. Have you ever been in a situation when totally, completely powerless? Try it and then you’ll see.

  • StephenX

    I will never fly again. I will drive or take the train (providing the republicans don’t destroy rail traffic in this country). If I have to fly to get somewhere; I don’t need to go to that place. Common sense is dead in this country. Some while ago we became a nation of hot stove touchers

  • Djd

    I like what I read about a particular US city police commissioner did to re-install some sort of order. Apparently, the previous administrations had allowed petty crimes to go unpunished, by-and-large, while focusing in on large and more heinous crimes. As a result things went from bad to worse. When this particular police commissioner came in, he focused more on the petty crimes with the result being that the larger crimes also went down.

    This was done to put a message out on the streets that the police and the city’s citizenry were on high alert and extremely vigilant. It worked. All criminal activity was drastically reduced and the city was a safer place to be.

    So why are we giving the perpetrators and criminals more rights and taking them away from the victims? Something is drastically wrong with our society and it isn’t just American society, it’s visible in countries around the world.

  • Alsally

    Wake up America! Do we protest pornography, or accept it? Do we protest graphic sex-ed, even in the lower grades, or accept it? Do we protest clothing that makes young girls look like hookers, or accept it? Aren’t the naked body scans & groping just pornography, graphic sex-ed and sexy clothing for little girls in another guise? Do we protest abortion and killing the disabled (Terri Schiavo), or accept it? Isn’t the brutality that the TSA agents show to children and women and the elderly just more of the same brutality in another guise? We have become comfortable with the evil that is all around us because we think it has never really affected us. It has affected us. We are coarser, more selfish people because of our own acceptance of evil. This is only the beginning. We will be afflicted more and more by the TSA agents and others until we start to clean up our own lives and start to obey God’s 10 Commandments.

  • Brakedancerose

    This is not a free country-the terrorists now have us in check-they do not need to terrorize us as we are doing it to ourselves for them

  • Austin-Gary: Cooper

    To give an insight of what is happening, these tactics are a blatant violation of your rights found in the Bill of Rights, Article I, Freedom of religion, if you are one who believes in the Scriptural definition of nakedness not being exposed; Article I, Freedom of speech if you are not allowed to raise your voice or express your views; Article IV, Right to privacy, illegal search; Article V, deprived of liberty without due process of law; Article VI, cruel and unusual punishment for not allowing yourself to be violated by the screening device and the perverts behind the screen. Remember, these violations are based on your ticket which makes the case that of contract, not unalienable rights listed above. You allegedly agree through an implied agreement that you want this action to be allegedly safe from alleged terrorist activity. While all the time the terrorist activity is that of the TSA and Police Departments. This is a testing ground to see how far it can be pushed. If people sit back and complain but do nothing else more force will come, simple dynamics of dictatorship. Furthermore, do not call yourself a U.S. citizen. We are American Citizens. Simple English-grammar, United States is a proper phrase, however, when you add citizen the noun-States becomes a modifier and, thus, an adjective. There is no adjective meaning for States; hence, it does not exist as a word. What you now have is “United citizen,” a one world order phrase. If you are one world order, you have no rights in the Constitution for the United States of America and you have contracted to this by the use of the term “U.S. citizne.” Learn, learn, learn.

  • Fionavallejo

    Unfortunately, Racial profiling is a must!! All this other being “politically correct”
    stuff is bullshit! When was the last time a granny or an elementary school child
    tried to hi-jack or blow-up an airplane? I haven’t flown in 2 1/2 yrs. Not looking
    forward to flying this spring as a caucasion woman with a caucasian husband
    and a big/tall 15 y/o eurasian son(darker skin,hair & eyes) Hope he/we are
    not publicly humiliated-because as an Army veteran (me) I am liable to go into
    full-on protective mother mode!!!Hope you don’t see me on the news!!

  • Dr Who

    WOW!!! All I can say is that at the Mexican Border the security system is simply a hand wave come on in, no scanners, no pat downs, no strip search just FREE entry into the USA! Our borders are free but our airports have the Nazi SS treatment of US citizens. This FREE country is only FREE to Mexicans!

  • Katie Scarlett

    Gah! TSA makes me sick! While the stupid, non-educated TSA workers are busying worrying about the elderly and young kids being “terrorists” and harassing the innocent, the real terrorists are probably slipping by. I agree with those who liken the TSA to the Nazis. I’m so furious right now! There’s absolutely NO reason for any of those stories to have happened. NO reason!

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  • http://hammeroftruth.com/2010/10-of-the-most-outrageous-tsa-horror-stories/ 10 of the most outrageous TSA horror stories… | Hammer of Truth 2010

    [...] 10 of the most outrageous TSA horror stories… [...]

  • Leemr

    Well, you know. They’ve won. A bunch of murderous, hateful, religious fanatics have reduced us to this. They have poisoned and frightened us to the point that we are now handing over our rights and liberties one after the other to a brand new set of terrorists of our own making. We’ve traded one set of terrorists in for another. I think that the shirts worn by the TSA agents are the wrong color. They should be brown or black. Hitler would have been proud.

  • Parkerpeggy8

    It is all truly rediculous. Personally, I feel as if America has or is fast becoming a police state. The sad thing about it is the average law-abiding American citizen is being punished for what a foreigner did. It was not an American who committed the 911 terror act.

    Flying was such a pleasant experience back in the day. Now, it would be the last choice I would take to travel. Is this America?

  • Thaddeus

    looks like the Nazi’s that escaped Germany and went to America are strong enough again to raise there heads & inflict their preversness on whomsoever the the Goverments blessing. This needs to be made more public & brought to accountability.

  • http://bodyscannersexposed.com/what-the-tsa-is-not-telling-you-about-full-body-scans/ What the TSA is NOT Telling You about Full Body Scans | Body Scanners Exposed – Airport Full Body Scanners

    [...] Ten of the most outrageous ones can be found here. [...]

  • A Canadian

    I am shocked and appalled that Americans have allowed this invasion of privacy and dignity. Fortunately, I do not have to fly and I will not fly through the USA until this ridiculous “safety measure” is corrected. It is a farce and a show and will not prevent any determined person from finding a way to get around it. I am very happy to be Canadian where we still enjoy liberty and freedom (Hey, USA, you’re going to have to rewrite your national anthem, unfortunately).

  • Karlly1

    Sounds like some of the TSAs need sensitivety training and lessons on handling children, the elderly, etc. Of course, a lot of these people are hired right off the streets and given very little training apparently and are letting a little power go to their heads. Personally, I’ve never been scanned or patted down at any of the airports I’ve flown out of, for which I am very thankful. Sounds like the USA needs to take lessons from Israel on how to handle airport security!

  • Karlly1

    “Proving the republicans don’t destroy rail traffic in this country.” Democrats are in control at this point and have been since 2007 at least and look where this has gotten us. It’s not the republicans you have to worry about. We didn’t authorize social security, taxes or anything else. The democrat admins started all of it, so get your history straight. Oh wait, maybe YOU ARE part of the problem. You’re right that common sense is dead in this country…apparently you don’t have any if you are blaming republicans for everything when they haven’t even had control for years.

  • Arne Paul

    Are most Americans turning into outrageously sadistic morons who think that whenever an idiotic, unconstitutional , unnecessary and unjust practice is exposed the solution is not to abolish the draconian practice but to make sure it is used “on those who really deserve it”? The article is about the insane absurdity and obviously totally unnecessary monstrosities being practiced by that growing SS style monster the TSA. A thoughtful reader would become incensed by the expanding police state that accomplishes nothing other than to humiliate, harass and delay honest, ordinary citizens who can’t possibly fit any profile for some vague based hysteria about terrorism, not talk about how we need to push the same method on some place fortunate enough not to have the unnecessary gestapo tactics present. Of course, since Hispanics (just called Mexicans by the half-wits) are the new scapegoats and n+ggers for most Americans, I guess such illogical and inane emotionalism rants are to be expected as they continue to help the draconian police state expand.

  • pissed off american

    All these dumb sobs’ need to do is PROFILE the people most likely to want to blow up a plane,(dark skinned, dark haired, mid eastern types), pull the ones who fit the PROFILE to the side, feel them up to their hearts contents, and we’d actually be safer, not being forced to endure legalized molesting endorsed by the idiotic USA govt. All this is because of the pc idiots in charge, someone scared to death of being labeled racist or xenophobic. Well, so be it. There is a very definite profile of who wants to harm America, and unfortunately, they are not the main group being publicly humiliated, and they have to be watching tv, laughing their assed off at the fools in this country driving our own citizens to the edge of lawless retaliation. Hope the pc idiots are happy, hope they all have to fly every other week on their job, vacation, family meetings, or whatever puts them in this position.

  • Sgoodbar

    These are some of the reasons I will never again come back to the USA to visit my elderly brother and other relatives. Fortunately, my brother understands why I refuse to surrender my freedom and dignity.

  • David Gillespie

    It’s very simple folks. Send a message to the airlines: DON’T FLY. When profits go down, the airlines will put pressure on the government to disband the TSA. Email ALL airlines, and tell them you refuse to fly until this agency is disbanded. Even if the government gives them a bailout, if NOBODY is flying, the airlines will be pressured to fix the problem. We the people can have an effect. You just have to want to do this. If you don’t, then maybe YOUR child will be the next to be molested, or YOUR grandmother, or YOUR disabled family member, or…..

  • http://www.hourofthetime.com/wordpresstest/?p=3581 Hour of the Time » “TSA’s Nazi-like tactics should be rejected by Americans”

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  • Trish

    I am a Canadian as well. Unfortunately, Canada is not far behind the USA and will soon have body scanners at all airports. We will also have the option of being zapped by radiation or getting a pat down.

  • Trish

    This is not about security, it is about control and usurping USA citizens’ rights through the Patriot Act.

    They have more for us all.

    The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has developed a system designed to detect “hostile thoughts” in people walking through border posts, airports and public places. “Project Hostile Intent” is now dubbed the less hostile sounding, Future Attribute Screening Technologies (FAST). Under the FAST Program, the DHS developed physiological and behavioural screening technologies to streamline the screening process at security checkpoints. In support of this program, Battelle partnered with Farber Speciality Vehicles and Drapier Laboratory to design and develop portable research facilities in trailers for screening technologies that can be used at airports, sporting events, etc.

  • Trish

    On December 17, 2009, Obama signed Executive Order 13524 giving INTERPOL the power to operate on American soil with full immunity from laws such as the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and with complete independence from oversight from the FBI. It is beyond the reach of the FBI and immune from FOIA requests. INTERPOL has full authority to conduct investigations and other law enforcement activities on US soil.

    Executive Order (EO) 13524 gives INTERPOL the power to operate on American soil. It is beyond the reach of the FBI and immune from Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. INTERPOL now has full authority to conduct investigations and law enforcement activities in the USA, with full immunity from laws such as the FOIA and with complete independence from oversight from the FBI. INTERPOL now has full law enforcement authority in the USA without any check on its power afforded by US law and law enforcement agencies.

    During his presidency, Ronald Reagan granted INTERPOL the status of diplomatic personnel in order to engage more constructively on international law enforcement. In EO 12425, Reagan made two exceptions to that status. The first had to do with taxation, the second was to ensure INTERPOL had the same accountability for its actions as American law enforcement and they had to produce records when demanded by courts and did not have immunity for their actions.

    Barack Obama revoked those exceptions in a change to EO 12425 on December 17, 2009. Thus, INTERPOL now can conduct operations on US soil with no accountability in the US. 

    From ThreatsWatch: Section 2c of the US International Organizations Immunities Act is the crucial piece. Property and assets of international organizations, wherever located and by whomsoever held, shall be immune from search, unless such immunity be expressly waived, and from confiscation. The archives of international organizations shall be inviolable. Inviolable archives means INTERPOL records are beyond US citizens’ FOIA requests and from American legal or investigative discovery ‘unless such immunity be expressly waived.’ Property and assets being immune from search and confiscation means precisely that. Wherever they may be in the USA. This could conceivably include human assets – Americans arrested on US soil by INTERPOL officers. 

    Why would INTERPOL be arresting citizens on US soil, without oversight from law enforcement agencies?

    Citizens who are arrested have no legal authority to demand full documentation from INTERPOL concerning charges brought against them. 

    Andy McCarthy at National Review asks, “Why would we elevate an international police force above American law? Why would we immunize an international police force from the limitations that constrain the FBI and other American law-enforcement agencies? Why is it suddenly necessary to have, within the Justice Department, a repository for stashing government files which, therefore, will be beyond the ability of Congress, American law-enforcement, the media, and the American people to scrutinize?”

    At least one answer to McCarthy’s questions is clear. A coup is underway in the USA, the goal of which is to establish complete, unquestioned authority over citizens–a ‘fundamental change’ where US citizens have no legal recourse against an authoritarian central government.

  • tml0713

    I’m not sure that these actions are unconstitutional. I’m fairly certain that you give up numerous rights when you buy an airline ticket and more when you arrive at or enter the terminal. Check it out. It’s not unconstitutional if you volunteer.

  • Soft_focus

    And yet it goes on.

  • Hopeful

    I like Grammy_5′s suggestion – what do the Israelis do? Let’s be proactive and find the solution to the terrorist threat without the humility.

  • LOIS RUSSELL

    i do not fly anymore after 911 i will not go thru xrAYS EITHER SO I TAKE THE BUS,TAXI OR HAVE FRIENDS TAKE ME PLACES.
    i WILL NOT GO THRU WHAT THESE PEOPLE WENT THRU-i WOULD RATHER STAY HOME

  • Karen Herzog

    i think the whole world is insane and evil and outragious. words cannot describe all what i read above. i will never fly. i never have and with this stuff going on-i wont. i will take a boat and take a chance of it getting hit by an iceberg. it’s better than what goes on here.

  • niyaz

    Is this the US of A? What has become of your human rights? If you treat your own country men in this manner do you expect the terrorist to be any different? Do your president and senators also go through the same security check, if not, why? Shame on you americans.

  • Joelas

    this stupid stuff is why i haven’t returned to the USA in 6 years, and I probably never will. I have so little patience with theses type that something really bad could happen. It isn’t worth the bother to fly any more.

  • Coolworm

    learn to spell idiot. its just an embarrassment to try have an argument with such sloppy spelling as yours

  • Leon Richard

    Put the whole thing through a shredder, and start over. Top-down reorganization and re-tasking. Nobody who presently works for TSA should remain when it’s done. Nobody. Not the people running it, and especially the people “following orders”. Especially them.

  • Anonymous

    “The Constitution of the United States of America, in the 4th Amendment, makes this absolutely illegal.”

    WRONG!!!!!!!!

    There is nothing wrong with us Feds treating you as such because we are both immune and exempt from your morality and laws, even those laws intended to prevent sexual assault. Your bodies are in effect our bodies. It is you who have no right to not allow us to see you naked or fondle you. It does not matter if sexual molestation by our TSA employees causes psychological harm to your children lasting decades into adulthood. We are immune from any and all legal consequences and will not be deterred. If your child is damaged by our screening process, it is very likely because you poisoned your child’s mind against the United States government. In such a case we may have your states Child Protective Services consider whether or not you are fit to be parents.

    Joke of the day: What kind of a man knowingly surrenders his own daughter to one of us government workers to be molested, standing by passively even as her private parts are fondled while she screams “Daddy Daddy, please help me!” Punch line: an American man. I speak only to you men when I say you gutless cowards will be lining up to hand over your wives and daughters in our airports, it will happen hundreds of time each day across our USA. You had better start explaining to your children that we government employees are allowed to touch their private parts whenever we want; it will make the whole thing a lot less dramatic.

    Seriously, the 1st time is always the worst. The next time you get molested will not feel as disturbing as we accommodate you to our abuses.

  • Mac_dust

    I and my service dog & wheelchair have been invasively pat searched for years. When I asked a TSA agent why a line of Arabs (in Arab clothing, speaking Arabic, in Phoenix where there is a notorious violence against Americans mosque) were whizzing thru the metal detector, she informed me that it is against the law to profile.
    Makes sense to me. If someone shoots your family, go after the anti-gun people with alibis; not a suspicious character lurking nearby. Don’t want to profile.

  • Anonymous

    They’re just protekkin our firdom from the terrists!

  • Tacwiz2

    why dont you get both sides of the story before you print such garbage that is incorrect….

  • Lee

    unfortunately, caucasian women have been caught out – one a blonde American women and another was a pregnant Irish woman flying out to meet her Arabic boyfriend, not knowing that her luggage was going to blow her and the rest of the plane up. Profiling needs to be done on behaviour, terrorists know how to get around racial profiling.

  • MYEBAYMONKE

    REVERSE RACISM IS RAMPANT @ MEMPHIS AIRPORT…AND I HAVE ENOUGH SENSE NOT TO SAY ANYTHING WHEN I AM BE HARRASED AND IT IS EASY FOR ME TO IGNORE OBNOXIUOS CONTROL FREAKS AS I WAS JUST HONORABLY DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY….AFTER FLYING ALOT THIS PAST YEAR AND BEING SO HUMILIATED I HAVE DECIDED TO BOYCOTT THE AIRLINES ALL TOGETHER ….SO WHAT I WILL HAVW TO RENT ACAR AND MY TRIP WILL TAKE 10 HRS LONGER ….IT IS ALOT CHEAPER AND I DON’T HAVE TO BE MOLESTED OR WITNESS ANYONE ELSE BEING MOLESTED…..FUNNY THING IS I REALLY GET SCARED WHE I SEE PAKISTANIANS OR ARABS BOARDING A FLIGHT I AM ON AND THE REALLY REDICULOUS THING IS NO ONE IS BODY SCANNING THEM!!!

  • MYEBAYMONKEY

    DANG…EVERYBODY HERE THINKS WE AMERICANS HAVE RIGHTS….LOL…NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH….HAHA I AM NOT FLYING EVER AGAIN! GOT BETTER THINGS TO SPEND MY MONEY ON LIKE GAS AND A RENTAL CAR TO GET ME TO MY DETINATION RATHER THAN HAVING TO DEAL WITH A BUNCH OF LOW LIFE CRACK HEADS WHO WERE GIVEN BADGES AND TWO WEEKS OF TRAINING!!!! PLUS NOT TO MENTION THE BROKEN DOWN JETS THAT THEY ARE ALLOWING US LUCKY AMERICANS TO RISK OUR LIVES FLYING IN A BUCKET OF BOLTS!!!!

  • Urof

    The only REAL reason we are having issues is because we’re hiring hood-rat ganstas to staff these checkpoints. If we hired white people then these horror stories wouldn’t happen.

  • Rich

    You’re right about the spelling Coolworm. But you should talk. You don’t capitalize at the beginning of a sentence and your grammar is sloppier than the idiot’s spelling.

  • Karivou

    A couple of generations of fluoride in the water, deliberate lowering of educational standards, mercury in the general environment and a host of other dangerous chemicals will do that – among many other things. The Chinese found out that fluoride will lower IQ 15 points, as they determine IQ, in a long-term study. Not much a child can do when itʻs poisoned by itʻs own government. There have been hundreds of studies; look it up.
    Isnʻt poisoning his own people a crime that Bush accused Saddam of? Yes, but he got the materials from the US and Europe so itʻs not so bad.
    I know several highly intelligent, highly educated people with PhD degrees that think that being scanned is safe and acceptible and that only ignorant people will pass on radiation to be groped; and one of them is a radiologist. Thank govt sponsored manufactured consent for that one.

  • Karivou

    The TSA is coming to bus and train stations soon. Also, I read somewhere, eventually at the border crossing of states. Donʻt forget at sporting events, courthouses, shopping malls and just about anywhere large numbers of people congregate.
    Thanks to people like former TSA head like Michael Chertoff, a dual citizen of Israel, whoʻs bank acct is swelling with each new purchase of a scanner.
    As an Israeli citizen knows very well that the scanners would never be used in his other country as they arenʻt effective enough.

  • genevieve crane

    I went through EVV airport in 2004. I originally grew up in Evansville, but I had gone to Egypt on a vacation to see the famed pyramids, and because my passport was stamped with Arabic symbols, I was not allowed to get on the plane. I was removed to a private area, told to take off all outside garments except my blouse. I was wanned and because my bra had an underwire it went off. I was then frisked and questioned and I was told I was put on a terrorist list. I was 63 years old at the time and have lived and worked in the USA all my life.

  • Fiona Mackenzie

    Unfortunately, law enforcement attracts quite a few bullies and characters with twisted world views and general crud. Many rent-a-cops have failed police training, often because they are psychiatrically unsuited (more unsuited than the rest) to be in a position to wield power over others.

  • http://nyletterpress.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/growing-number-of-tsa-victims-seeking-justice/ Growing Number of TSA Victims Seeking Justice « Daily Liberty Research

    [...] 10 of the Most Outrageous TSA Horror Stories [...]

  • Macie

    youre an idiot

  • VisionVenture

    It would appear that some sensitivity training is in order here. Besides, the TSA is not going to catch terrorists by humiliating the American public. If government continues with this level of control of its citizens we’re headed for trouble. In the mean time, take the train.

  • Jay

    Yeah Dr. Who but Mexicans are being murdered by the hundreds and thousands every week by their own citizens. That’s probably why they wave you in. They’d rather shoot Americans than their own people.

  • Awake&Watching

    You’ll love this one China: Many of those same Nazi doctors who experimented on people during WWII were welcomed to America with open arms by the American government after the war….ostensibly to prevent Russia from getting them first. Yeah, some “prize”. Their new jobs? Engage in the study of biological warfare. Agent Orange is one of their winners…..

  • Wilcat

    You sick perverted SOB

  • http://movementfortruth.com/2010/11/28/what-the-tsa-is-not-telling-you-about-full-body-scans/ What the TSA Is NOT Telling You About Full Body Scans… | Movement For Truth

    [...] November 17, 2010 * CNN Travel November 21, 2010 * The Daily Squib August 4, 2010 * Raw Justice November 22, 2010 * Care2.com November 20, 2010 * MSNBC.com November 22, 2010 * AAPS November 24, [...]

  • P. Jorgensen

    My husband and I are going to Hawaii in Feb. 2011. I am not looking forward to these intrusions. I can tell you that if it goes well there won’t be a problem, but if it doesn’t go well, I won’t travel to the U.S. again, ever. I feel sorry for the folks that put up with this on a regular basis. P. Jorgensen, Canada

  • Adam

    I hope that was an ironic reply considering the post was satire.

    I hate having to wonder. =/

  • Austin-Gary: Cooper

    It also appears to me that “Government man”s response is more satirical in its presentation and not his stance. Remember, the corporate government is standing on the platform that you contracted by buying the ticket without reserving your rights. When you buy the ticket write “without prejudice” above your name, that means your rights are reserved. This language is found in the Uniform Commercial Code § 1-207. Make a copy of the ticket with the langauge “without prejudice” written on it for your records. If you do not reserve your rights it is rather difficult to prove your intent in the contract was to protect your rights. Further, the airport property belongs to you collectively, it is your property, your taxes built it and maintain it. Hence when the cops or TSA refuse you entry they are conspiring against your rights to enter your property and that is a felony.
    These are a few cases where the TSA is liable, to wit:
    “Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them.” Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436, 491. “Public officials are not immune from suit when they transcend their lawful authority by invading constitutional rights.” American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Emp., AFL-CIO v. Woodward, 406 F.2d 137; “an…officer who acts in violation of the Constitution ceases to represent the government.” Brookfield Co. v. Stuart, 234 F.Supp. 94, 99; “An official, even in the sincere subjective belief that he is doing right, loses his cloak of qualified immunity if his actions contravene settled, indisputable law.” Jackson v. State of Mississippi, 644 F.2d 1142; “…an officer may be held liable in damages to any person injured in consequence of a breach of any of the duties connected with his office…The liability for nonfeasance, misfeasance, and for malfeasance in office is in his ‘individual’ not his official capacity…” 70 Am Jur 2nd § 50, VII Civil Liability.

  • Noreen

    I can’t tell you how many times I have gone through an aggressive pat down..and I am only 14 yrs old. I am muslim and I do wear a head scarf, so when I pass through airport security they pat me down almost every time and very aggressively around my hair, which is in a big bun under my head scarf. I just deal with it every time. Many people wonder why most of us just deal with it. Well I will tell you. When the security see an Arab/Muslim name or Arab/Muslim looking individual, they suspect something and when you go through the extra security, they are surprised to not have to carry anything else out. Many people need to understand that yes, most terrorists are indeed Muslim and yes mostly they are Arab, BUT what is making them terrorize is the person they are, not because of religion or tradition. Most people believe that since most terrorists are Muslim, all Muslims are terrorists. WHICH IS MOST DEFINITELY NOT TRUE. And another thing, many can say what they think or believe, but they are not on the side that is “behind the scenes.” I know what the Quran tells and what my religion teaches = opposite terrorism. It is the very few crazy people that find any reason to blame but themselves for their stupidity that give us a bad name.

  • guest

    government man is attempting to OPEN YOUR EYES AMERICA!!! Now that we have read and understand his intent which was to shock americans awake!! Don’t just complain and let out alot of usless hot air..but fight this latest atrocity from an insane obama government!! Don’t allow this.

  • guest

    This latest punishment by the obama government upon the american ppl. has to wake us up. It is disconcerting to listen to the head of homeland security telling us the ‘patting down’ of americans is not sexual assault. The very fact this man can apparently not discern what is pure and good and what is evil should alarm every american.There is a proven method for dealing with security issues yet the american government refuses to do this. It is so willing to offend americans but not the real culprit..muslims..and yes it is muslims that terrorize those who refuse their agenda. Muslims also should be gracious enough to allow profiling as it is their men and women who mingle among innocent children and women to blow them up and cause enough suffering to last a lifetime. This is just all too insane. I do abhor violence yet when i read about the mosque in Oregon and the attempted arson after one of it’s member tried to blow up celebrating familes at a tree lighting ceremony..i felt strangly that it was about time. Ppl. these muslims have stated their aim is to take over the world ..those who refuse their agenda are killed. And after learning muslims can lie through their teeth to advance their agenda and they beleive it is pleasing to allah to do so..i just can’t beleive when they say they are ‘peaceful’ They have proven time after time they can’t be trusted. Actions speak louder than words.

  • Gamzu

    “learn to spell idiot.”

    Okay… i-d-i-o-t. *roll eyes*

  • Ramon_smooth

    Welcome to the New World people! Watch the “Obama deception” and learn all about the New World.

  • Dutch

    While reading this, I’ve made up my mind, I will not be spending my vacation in the USA in the years to come. I refuse to be treated like a criminal, I will never submit to such a form of insult and maltreatment. Rather spend my money elsewhere.

  • Basennatalie

    I am amazed by these stories and can’t believe this. What if you simply refuse to be searched? Tell the 3x times and if they continue, is that assault? I’d like to know how a judge would feel about that. Your body is your own.

    I am not American (Dutch ;-) ), but I can tell you: I’ve been several times to th DDR (East Germany) when the wall was still there, but the way you where threated there by Russian and German soldiers at the border is NOTHING compared to these stories.

    And to answer GovernmentMan’s question: If one of my to daughters is treated that way, I think I will go berserk and nothing or nobody will stop me. They’ll have to shoot me.

  • Basennatalie

    Like a terrorist would wear a headscarf to draw attention to herself…. And it’s a good thing not all Muslims are terrorists, since there are about 1,570,000,000 Muslims in the world ;-) )

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/Y4WDRLRSX55YR3RY5DLR6RQQOE HansP

    Same here, not going to New York again as long as these rules are in place.

  • Dutchie

    For work I need to travel to Boston but hate every minute I have to spend on the airport with those dumb TSA gorillas. They don’t speak, or probably lack the intelligence to utter words like “please” or “thank you”. It’s really really hard to keep focussed on the idea that these idiot are just dwelling on the airport and that outside people are normal again.

    Traveling Dutchie

  • John

    ONLY IN AMERICA….

  • http://www.spanish-only.com Ramses (Spanish-Only.com)

    I was thinking about going to the USA somewhere next year, but no way I’m going if they threat another human being like this. I’m not an animal, I’m from a country that they call their ally, so why the aggressiveness? Even against their own people…

  • Lol

    Haha americans are just so stupid

  • StopTheFascists

    There’s only one way to stop them. Follow them home an kill them.

  • guest

    Are you f*cking serious?

  • http://hetuurvandewaarheid.wordpress.com/2010/12/05/tsa%e2%80%99s-nazi-achttige-tactieken-zouden-verworpen-moeten-worden-door-de-americanen/ TSA’s Nazi-achttige tactieken zouden verworpen moeten worden door de Americanen | Hetuurvandewaarheid's Blog
  • Sandy

    What could be added to this outrage? TSA is already working on it… Allowing sheeple who submit to invasive background checks and have an RFID implant to pass through the checkpoint without further molestation. And from what I’ve seen, tragically, there are many sheeple who will allow these cancer-causing implants just so they can go on with life as they have come to accept it… in the police state.

  • guest3

    thank you TSA for protecting our country! i do see that there may be a few instances of inappropriate behavior from the TSA, but overall it is absolutely fine. i think it is great that they are checking everyone, including children. you never know what their parents might attach to them.

    as for the “groping”… suck it up. they are searching you because you refused to go through a machine that only TSA would see. you are not being groped. you are being searched. and i appreciate that they are doing this because it keeps me safe when i fly.

    again.. thank you TSA! Keep up the good work!

  • http://www.defence.pk/forums/world-affairs/83839-indias-ambassador-gets-pat-down-us-airport-3.html#post1326607 India’s Ambassador Gets Pat-Down At US Airport – Page 3

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  • Pg

    I refuse to fly. I have a second degree black belt. If anyone touched my junk, I would not guarantee I wouldn’t kill or seriously harm them. I don’t debate. I don’t contemplate. I don’t ruminate. I react. I won’t go through the scanners because they are harmful. I told my favorite airline I will not fly until the policies are changed permanently.

  • http://www.notizione.net/2011/01/21/full-body-scan-negli-aeroporti-usa-angoscia-e-rabbia-per-i-danni-al-corpo-e-alla-psiche.htm FULL BODY SCAN NEGLI AEROPORTI USA: ANGOSCIA E RABBIA PER I DANNI AL CORPO E ALLA PSICHE | Notizione.Net

    [...] Qui (in ingl) le 10 storie più orrende, molte delle quali stanno scatenando furie e a ben ragione. Non c’è un limite per gli agenti della TSA nel perquisire le persone?  Già abbiamo avuto il caso della hostess a cui è stato chiesto di togliersi la protesi al seno causa intervento per cancro; altre donne riportano di sentirsi sotto shock da ciò che hanno chiamato “violazione sessuale”; gli agenti TSA sono persino accusati di aver trattato i bambini in modo tale che sarebbe valsa loro una denuncia per molestie ai minori, se tutto ciò non fosse accaduto in un aeroporto [...]

  • http://cmtus.wordpress.com/2011/02/01/i-cant-believe-it-happened-again/ I Can’t Believe It Happened Again! | Living Well with CMT (Charcot-Marie-Tooth)

    [...] 10 of the Most Outrageous TSA Horror Stories (rawjustice.com) [...]

  • http://momtakesontheworld.wordpress.com/2011/02/05/my-mom-got-a-breast-exam-from-a-tsa-agent-today/ My mom got a breast exam from a TSA agent today | Mom Takes on the World

    [...] Why should I, as an air traveller, be forced to submit to this violation?  I’ve read many airport security horror stories and this isn’t quite as bad.  But isn’t there a better [...]

  • http://rapports-minoritaires.net/2011/02/20/tout-ca-pour-ca/ Tout ça pour ça… « Rapports minoritaires

    [...] avec le contenu de sa poche d’urine ; palper avec insistance un enfant de trois ans,… tout cela vaudrait presque à l’agent une médaille pour service rendu à la [...]

  • http://ignore-your.tv/2011/03/06/google-apps/ Google Apps

    [...] when I was furi­ous enough to fly to California for a heart-to-heart with who­ever designed their lock­down algo­rithm. Every piece of e-mail I have goes to this one account, so when I’m locked out of my e-mail for [...]

  • Anonymous

    My grandfather (the one who used to get drunk with Dick Nixon) left me a Nazi Swastika armband. Unlike the simple black ones you see in the movies, this one is gold embroidered and quite detailed. Given that its original owner is dead (and rather violently), I think I will send it to Janet Napolitano to complete her ensemble!

  • http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/travel-safety-security/1193241-top-ten-tsa-horror-stories.html#post16014025 Top Ten TSA Horror Stories – FlyerTalk Forums

    [...] document.write(''); I was doing a bit of reading on the web and came across this. http://rawjustice.com/2010/11/22/10-…horror-stories [...]

  • Anonymous

    This ain’t so bad. At least people aren’t getting killed like in Afghanistan and Iraq.

  • Cloakanddagger

    SHill!

  • Cloakanddagger

    Oh stop with the Islamophonia! By now you should know that the boogey man is contrived to control the general populace. There is no Al-Qaida, idiot! Go educate yourself at whatreallyhappened.com!

  • http://www.adventofahriman.com/2011/03/10-of-the-most-outrageous-tsa-horror-stories/ 10 of the Most Outrageous TSA Horror Stories | The Advent of Ahriman

    [...] More >> [...]

  • Cloakanddagger

    You are part of the problem.

  • http://twitter.com/joebodolai Joe Bodolai

    This is just ten of what is surely an uncountable number of violations of dignity, decency, and person (not to mention the Fourth Amendment) that occur daily. Too many people accept it as somehow necessary, but it is only necessary to assist another, horrible agenda. I have some satirical takes on it, but true: http://bit.ly/auA8DC

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/RepublicConstitution?feature=mhum TruthRegimes

    Disgusting TSA hates the Constitution!!

  • http://911essentials.com Aunt Bee

    “You’ll know it’s true when it happens to you.” ~ Charlotte Iserbyt

    ——– http://911essentials.com

  • Reinaldo

    and his number is Six hundred threescore and six

  • http://rabidconservative.ws/2011/04/06/tsa-arrests-the-bunny-lady/ TSA Arrests the Bunny Lady « The Rabid Conservative

    [...] more examples?  Here’s a Top Ten List.  Some of the most [...]

  • Jmkrosebud

    Why did the people in line just stand there? Why didn’t they help these people who needed some back up? The only way TSA goons get away with these things is because they are sure of everyone’s fear. I am mostly ashamed of the people in line who didn’t lend a hand. That’s disgraceful. When Obama is impeached, TSA is down the drain. If we gang up on these criminal TSA agents, they will not be so “powerful”. People used to do that. Are we all selfish now, or just cowardly?

  • Jmkrosebud

    Government man, have you tho’t about what you are saying about yourself? I agree about the parents. I would not expose my kids to that if they were small. Never. Not to go anywhere. I would turn around and get the money back for my ticket first. If one of you loathsome gov’t men insisted, then I would sue TSA, and make sure you were fired. You are a pediophile. You need help. You sound as tho you are addicted to sex, and you are getting it legally at the airport. Help yourself. You are an important person. Jesus Christ loves you.

  • http://www.folkets.info/2011/flyplassikkerhet-uten-begrensninger/ Flyplassikkerhet uten begrensninger? | Folkets Info

    [...] 2010 NetworkWorld.com November 17, 2010 CNN Travel November 21, 2010 The Daily Squib August 4, 2010 Raw Justice November 22, 2010 Care2.com November 20, 2010 MSNBC.com November 22, 2010 AAPS November 24, 2010 CNN March 31, 2011 [...]

  • http://dont-tread-on.me/police-state-roundup-15-reasons-why-i-choose-not-to-live-in-the-ussa/ Police State Roundup: 15 Reasons Why I Choose Not to Live in the USSA | Don't Tread On Me

    [...] Source #10, 10a [...]

  • http://independentnewshub.com/?p=44402 Police State Roundup: 15 Reasons Why I Choose Not to Live in the USSA | Independent News Hub

    [...] Source #10, 10a [...]

  • http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/15-reasons-why-i-choose-not-to-live-in-the-ussa_09072011 Police State Roundup: 15 Reasons Why I Choose Not to Live in the USSA

    [...] Source #10, 10a [...]

  • http://www.chrisroubis.com/2011/09/police-state-roundup-15-reasons-why-i-choose-not-to-live-in-the-ussa/ Police State Roundup: 15 Reasons Why I Choose Not to Live in the USSA

    [...] Source #10, 10a [...]

  • I like Cheetos

    Why are the comments so hard to read?

  • Cowboy Mark

    I have had to deal with the smug rudeness and arrogance of TSA “agents” (I prefer to call them NAZI pukes) myself more than once. I have had items confiscated by these people and have watched other airline passengers go through the same humiliating treatment. Their rudeness is so brazen and blatant that when I encounter TSA agents, I always try to be just as rude, sarcastic, mean and caustic as they [the agents] are to us. I always try to give them a “taste of their own medicine” so to speak. TSA has ruined air travel for me. I will no longer travel by plane. I will go by train or drive to that destination myself. I seriously urge others to stop flying until the government and the airlines have disbanded TSA altogether. 

  • mike

    PEOPLE….IF this doesnt prove to you that we have lost all our rights & that we are now living in A FULL blown Police STATE I dont know what will. This is all designed to condition us to be de-humanized and be ready to be slaves to the NWO. This is Nazi Germany on steroids. Wake the Hell up Sheeple….the TSA needs to stand down on this…..we need to stand up to this Tyranny……..These are Criminals working at TSA…… Now all us Americans are the Terrorists…….  If you do some true research…You will find this all stems from the false flag 911 attack…and the fake war on terrorism to create the conditions of FEAR to make all this Terror by the TSA, Homeland security, Fema required. WE have been taken over and hijacked…and this is not american now. The case in pt…is the senate just passed the NDAA 93-7 to allow military patrolling our streets and to arrest and detain any one for no reason…and you can be abducted and taken away to be imprisoned or killed. The TSA needs to be dismantled.

  • http://www.hostelmanagement.com/forum/f19/airport-security-horror-stories-5142.html#post21721 Airport Security Horror Stories – Hostel Management Forums

    [...] feel like a criminal just because I want to board a plane. Some pretty bad ones are listed here http://rawjustice.com/2010/11/22/10-…orror-stories/ some highlights: 4 year old handicapped boy being forced to take off his leg braces (the only way [...]

  • http://blog.gete.net/2011/12/27/oui-les-controles-des-aeroports-ne-servent-a-rien/ Serial Serveur » Blog Archive » Oui, les contrôles des aéroports ne servent à rien

    [...] met en danger la vie des passagers, où on les humilie tous les jours un peu plus (lire les histoires d’horreur sur le TSA un peu partout sur Internet) sans vraiment s’occuper de leur [...]

  • http://occupyfortmyers.org/events/lee-county-freedom-rally-feb-17/ #OFM | Lee County Freedom Rally Feb. 17 | Occupy Fort Myers

    [...] Top TSA horror stories [...]

  • http://theamericanmirror.wordpress.com/2012/03/21/my-tsa-experience/ My TSA Experience « The American Mirror

    [...] 10 of the Most Outrageous TSA Horror Stories [...]

  • http://www.kinnks.com/blog/2011/07/11/tsa-security-required-natural-hair-search/ TSA Security Required Natural Hair Search | Natural Hair Blog

    [...] this year I have had body scans, and pulled to the side to have my liquids tested. Forgetting the TSA Horror Stories I patiently stand a side and follow their directions.  I have heard heard stories of people [...]

  • hayley tilghman

    I understand why they do this kind of thing in general, but these cases are appa

  • guest

    I can understand why they do these kinds of cases in general, but these examples are awful. I remember getting a pat-down one time- I had brought a photocopy of my driver’s license as proof of ID as a backup in case they would not accept my school ID as proof. I accidentally and naively showed them the photocopy of the driver’s license first, and they kindly explained to me that both me and my elderly grandmother would need to go through a metal detector. I also needed to get a pat down. I was mortified, although not offended or angry. The part that bothered me the most was the part where the TSA agents unpacked every single article of my suitcase- which had been packed to the brim, and had bikinis, bras, and other very personal and embarrassing items- right in front of the other passengers as they passed through. I was absolutely mortified, but I realize that these procedures are (for the most part) necessary- if another 9/11 attack happened, everybody would be angry at the TSA for not being ‘strict enough’ to catch the terrorists. But yeah, these cases were pretty extreme.

  • Guest

    The TSA get away with this because this country has turned into a nation of pu***.  You let them do what ever they want and then cry later.  So until you get some balls and do something about it just take it up the a** like the pus*** you are.

  • Jm1713

    has the TSA actually ever found a terrorist?

  • http://www.lovendal.net/wp52/de-ce-naiba-mi-as-dori-sa-traiesc-in-sua-15-motive-pentru-care-nu-m-as-apropia-de-aceasta-tara/ Secretele lui Lovendal – Secrete si conspiratii, nr.1 in Romania » Blog Archive » De ce naiba mi-aş dori să trăiesc în SUA!? 15 motive pentru care nu m-aş apropia de această ţară

    [...] 10) Pentru că nu doresc să fiu scanat, iradiat cu raze X, iar poliţiştii să-şi bage mâinile în pantalonii mei, ori de câte ori mă urc într-un avion de pe teritoriul Statelor Unite (http://rawjustice.com/2010/11/22/10-of-the-most-outrageous-tsa-horror-stories/); [...]

  • http://www.facebook.com/mara.mayhem Amara Rohr

     Political correctness and racist paranoia are two totally different things. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/mara.mayhem Amara Rohr

    Women are “minorities” and we aren’t excluded.

  • http://watchdog.org/81578/its-impossible-to-secure-everything-and-most-americans-dont-want-that-anyway/ It’s impossible to secure everything, and most Americans don’t want that anyway « Watchdog.org

    [...] or perhaps because that willingness to sacrifice personal freedom gave us the monstrosity known as the TSA – only 43 percent of Americans say they would make the same choice [...]

  • http://www.thoughtftw.org/2013/11/21/the-tsa-precheck-program-is-another-government-sanctioned-fraud/ The TSA Precheck Program Is Another Government Sanctioned Fraud | Thought FTW

    [...] entire existence.  In fact they are the one’s doing all of the terrorizing considering the countless horror stories that travellers have reported in dealing with them over the years.  Not only that but nearly every so-called domestic terrorist attack has either been staged or has [...]

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