Good news for those who felt Transportation Security Administration officers were getting to know them a little too well. The TSA will soon remove all body scanners that show nearly nude images of people trying to board flights.
17,000 formal complaints have been filed about TSA “enhanced” pat-downs since 2009, according to a news report by Scott MacFarlane of WSBTV Channel 2, Atlanta. This is after a Congressman, Rep. Ralph Hall of Texas, reported that his 17-year-old niece was exposed during a pat-down. Since this is a Congressman, there is now a federal investigation underway. Once again, it pays to have friends in high places.
The Thieves and Sexual Assailants are playing musical chairs with their porno-scanners. They’re shuffling carcinogenic backscatter X-ray machines out of larger airports, such as New York’s LaGuardia and JFK International, into smaller ones – but that doesn’t mean they’ve renounced their voyeurism
A recent Infowars.com poll reveals that over 90 percent of respondents will not use commercial airlines if airports continue to subject travelers to deadly radiation emitting naked body scanners. 92% said they would avoid airports while 8% said use of the devices would not stop them from flying.