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 â€œenhancedâ€ 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. Theyâ€™re shuffling carcinogenic backscatter X-ray machines out of larger airports, such as New Yorkâ€™s LaGuardia and JFK International, into smaller ones â€“ but that doesnâ€™t mean theyâ€™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.