Karl Henkel | posted Oct 11th 2011
The Transportation Security Administration debuted new safety technology on Tuesday at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
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This isn't an x-ray? Then what is it?
Have yet to see any such machine that isn't highly disruptive to humans.
Are they still storing and keeping all the nudies of everyone?
Yeah I want my carry on bag xrayed... I love that stuff in my carry on edibles and vitamins... Yum.
Oh yeah, I stopped flying when they started pulling this stuff. So did many other people.
They'll learn, someday.
Too bad the Youngstown airport and airports across the country are losing business because people refuse to have their 4th amendment rights violated simply because they wish to travel via plane.
Eventually these dehumanizing strip search scans and touching of genitals by patdown will be ruled unconstitutional when a case reaches SCOTUS.
However, until then, video articles such as this, and articles like the one on vindy.com yesterday, further propagate these unconstitutional, un-American searches to the general public as if they are somehow normal in a free society.
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