Why is the TSA Lying about its policy of Molesting Children?
brtndr 2011/04/14 18:12:07
April 13, 2011
TSA has defended the groping of a 6 year old girl, saying it followed policy. Yet in November 2010, TSA vowed no 'enhanced' pat-downs for children under 12.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) contradicted itself, even to the of outright lying, in responding to the controversial about a 6 year-old who received a groping pat-down AFTER already being sent through a body scanner. The video went viral after appearing on the Drudge Report.com and many other sites. TSA typically explained away this unnerving experience that left the girl in tears by arguing that the action is perfectly normal, follows all procedures and keeps us safe from terrorism, all, of coarse, in the name of 'safety'.
You see, the TSA rationalized in its latest defense that, "terrorists are willing to manipulate social norms to evade detection." Thus, TSA would have it, we must abandon societal norms [and laws] like not touching children in their private parts, and pre-crime inspections. According to the logic, no woman & child, little old ladies or men handicapped in wheelchairs or implanted with modern medical devices, no body cavity or private parts is safe from extensive probing by the "guardians" in government. As the Justice Department recently proclaimed, the TSA assumes the authority to literally strip-search people on demand.
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