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TSA gropes young boy's testicles while he is strip searched in front of everyone

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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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I'm sorry but I really cannot see how you can blame the parents for this, they did not take their child to the airport in order for him to be searched, they went to the airport to catch a flight,


It just occurred to me, neither did they give anyone permission to video their child and post it on the internet.

Then up pops the awful question - how many pedos will be hanging out at airports ??!!

This is a bloody nightmare unfolding




posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 12:50 PM
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I played football in TX from grade 6-12. In grade 7 I had moved to a different school near Corpus Christi TX. In the pre-season tryouts, they required all team members to be in underwear only, in a long line.

One by one a doctor (I suppose because he wore a white coat) examined our groin area. It was a test for hernia, you turned your head to the left and right and coughed twice. It was kind of embarassing for some (including me), and quite humiliating for a couple as they sported erections upon the examination. They were laughed at by the guys who were still in line after them.

I wondered why that situation was necessary later, as I attended three high schools (due to family breakup etc), the first in the same school district, and was never subject to that procedure again. You just went to your doctor and got a physical.

Could it be that some pervert set that arrangement up for his own pleasure? I don't know, but I suspect that could be possible, and it might be possible in the TSA procedures. Like coaches (male and female) who've been caught putting cameras in high school locker rooms. What if they just said "It's for security reasons...he he...you know... for the children's safetay and all that %^&"? And then they got away with it?


To those who say you give up your rights to not be groped because you want to fly, what about this?


The Right To Travel

As the Supreme Court notes in Saenz v Roe, 98-97 (1999), the Constitution does not contain the word "travel" in any context, let alone an explicit right to travel (except for members of Congress, who are guaranteed the right to travel to and from Congress). The presumed right to travel, however, is firmly established in U.S. law and precedent. In U.S. v Guest, 383 U.S. 745 (1966), the Court noted, "It is a right that has been firmly established and repeatedly recognized." In fact, in Shapiro v Thompson, 394 U.S. 618 (1969), Justice Stewart noted in a concurring opinion that "it is a right broadly assertable against private interference as well as governmental action. Like the right of association, ... it is a virtually unconditional personal right, guaranteed by the Constitution to us all." It is interesting to note that the Articles of Confederation had an explicit right to travel; it is now thought that the right is so fundamental that the Framers may have thought it unnecessary to include it in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights.
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Flying is traveling, right? But, the constitution is just a $%^& piece of paper anymore as well!



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 12:55 PM
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Did any one catch that story a few months ago about how a teacher called the authorities on a kid who he thought was doing drugs in his bed room and it was only candy?
The school board was watching kids in the lap tops the school had supplied to the children in their bed rooms.
no one went to jail.
ths is where we are going.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 12:59 PM
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Originally posted by Prince Of Darkness
Protecting our country from terrorists is meaningless if, in the process, we turn our country into something not worth protecting.


I can't believe we have reached the point of doing this to our own citizens. So while these three TSA guards do this.....how many people that should be profiled are just let through like everyone else. These full body pat downs of everyone just can't go on indefinitely. Who here would have thought it would be an Obama administration pulling such measures???? I can't wait to see what else they have in store for us.

The only thing I demand as an American Citizen, is that our elected officials be subjected to flying with us and going through the same procedures as we have to. I'd love Barbara Boxer or Pelosi going through a "gentle search".....I'm sure they wouldn't raise a stink about it. We'd see how long that law would last then.

I see MAJOR LAWSUITS arising out of things like this.....or a surge in privately run airports and airlines. Or maybe I just start flying from Canada, since I'm so close by.


The only time I could see such a level of intrusion would be if the threat level reached RED and even then it would only be for short periods. If the threat is so significant, then why not raise the level to red for the Holidays?


# Severe Condition (Red). A Severe Condition reflects a severe risk of terrorist attacks. Under most circumstances, the Protective Measures for a Severe Condition are not intended to be sustained for substantial periods of time. In addition to the Protective Measures in the previous Threat Conditions, Federal departments and agencies also should consider the following general measures in addition to the agency-specific Protective Measures that they will develop and implement:
1. Increasing or redirecting personnel to address critical emergency needs;
2. Assigning emergency response personnel and pre-positioning and mobilizing specially trained teams or resources;
3. Monitoring, redirecting, or constraining transportation systems; and
4. Closing public and government facilities.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:01 PM
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You are absolutely right, and they are probably not aware that it's doing the rounds of the internet! And whilst to some extent I am a bit surprised that the parents and the onlookers were all so submissive to this assault, I can also see why people may not have wanted to rock the boat so to speak, they all have to get on planes and get to where they're going, none of them want to be arrested and this is where you see where the real fear lies, fear of the government and it's representatives.

In the UK a couple of years ago an 82 year old man was arrested under anti-terrorism laws at a Labour conference for shouting "Nonsense" at a politician who was defending the Iraqi war policy...Thank goodness we have now got rid of these loons (to be replaced with ones just as bad no doubt) but the damage they did in eroding the freedom of citizens in the name of security is quite terrifying in itself.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:03 PM
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you are arguing symantics right now, it would seem that both you and the previous poster agree that its the parents responsibility.

now i agree it is a parents responsibility to protect there children, but we are not witnessing this child being subjected to this by any individual, this is OUR GOVERNMENT. this changes the whole scenario.

that parent had the choice of cooperating, or refusing.

we all saw the outcome of cooperating, now if they refused they would of had to wait for local law enforcement, they would of been subjected to a 10,000 fine, and probably would of been detained by law enforcement, which would of put the child possibly in the position of being handed over to child protective services.

now, there is a third option, like any good parent, if you saw your child being molested, you would probably defend your child, now heres the slippery slope, those are government employees, that would be a federal offense.


let me ask you this, are you saying that you new, prior to seeing this video that the tsa was going to start strip searching our children in public, and you did not warn us???

you are using the parents should of known as your defense, so, why should they of known?? please tell us.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:04 PM
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Only in this day of "political correctness" is the TSA allowed to sexually molest kids while being prohibited from asking men to remove their burkhas. But I guess we are the new enemy now.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:04 PM
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I haven't flown in a long time but this is starting to get ridiculous. If I ever fly again it is going to be a one way ticket, I am so sick of America.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:05 PM
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"We the people" as a country are responsible for allowing this to happen. We have allowed our constitutional rights to be chiseled at for so long that Michael Angelo would be proud. We are now "allowing" them to continue to challenge our rights and push the limits to see how far we will let them go. We can complain all we want but until we stand up as one and put an end to it. NOTHING is going to change. The positive to a lot of this, is the fact that there is many that have had enough and are starting to wake up. I just hope it's not to late already. I don't think it is but we are at a crossroad, if we continue to allow this BS then yeah we've picked our path and we can all tuck our tails between our legs and go cower in the corner. I personally and I know I'm not alone will at least go down swinging.


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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by ToneDeaf
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scanners can reveal boob jobs, tampons and diaphragms ?

Lol, wonder what would happen if I wore one of those
T-shirts with the pilsburry doughboy on it that says
"poke me and die"
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With the way things are going you'd probably be arrested for uttering threats !



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by gift0fpr0phecy
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This entire topic reminds me of Rorschach tests which use inkblots for a psychological evaluation.

Psychologist: "Tell me... what do you see here?"



ATSMember1: "A guy groping a child!"

ATSMember2: "A TSA agent molesting someone!"

ATSMember3: "A pedophile grabbing a childs junk in front of his father!"

ATSMember4: "Child porn!"

Psychologist: "Hhhmmmmm..... ooook then...."

Psychologist: "And what do you see here?"

ATSMembers: "TSA gropes young boy's testicles while he is strip searched in front of everyone."

Psychologist: "Hhhmmmmm..... alrighty then.... You just may have issues."








I see a mess where apparantly someone spilled ink on a piece of paper. What's your point? These ink blot tests are designed to delve into te "imagination" of a person to try to understand what they see.....THAT OTHERS CANNOT SEE IN THE SAME LIGHT. It is also based on ONE persons outlook. What we have here though is a MASS of collective eyes who are seeing the same thing. When one person sees something that others cannot see.....he may be crazy. When many people report te same thing and see the same thing.....it becomes truth and statistic. Your ink blot test has no place in this conversation. Please take your usless debate to a skeptic forum were you can all tell lies to each other and convince each otherf who's smarter than who, with evidence based on nothing. If you ask me, it's the skeptics these days, with their irrational, indeed, funny explainations that are the crazy ones. Look back in history and notice that it's the "conspiracy theorists" who have been consistantly right and the skeptics who have always been wrong. Yet the media applauds he skeptics when they should be laughing at them. I laugh at you sir.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:09 PM
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He doesn't grope the boy does he.

When his hand moves round the front, he's rolling the kids t-shirt up to help him put it back on, no groping.

Still pretty bad, but don't make misleading titles as to get more views, the video is bad enough without you making things up.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:10 PM
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lol yeah, Talk about denial eh?

He just ignored it.

It's funny how he said, we will fight a make believe war...

Isn't that what most people are against in the first place, the make believe war we have in the middle east?

The make believe enemy the US created in the 80's...Funding them with all sorts of cool toys to fight the russians?

But he must be right....I believe in a make believe war with the Gov't...

Like I said, he is most likely going to be the guy handcuffing and aiding my ass into the fema camps.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:16 PM
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Where in the world did you invent that title from????

It wasn't this video.

you have an over imaginative mind to think that's what you saw.

all he did was pat down upper thighs and lower legs like they do EVERYONE!

It happened to me at Amsterdam airport.

Standard procedure for decades.

nothings changed.

Its a pat down so CALM DOWN!

you will be surprised to see how many drug runners use kids to hide drugs on... there the sick ones.
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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:21 PM
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Wow I am amazed, disgusted, distraught, and bedazzled all at the same time.

What I think disgusts me the most is the abject ignorance of some of my fellow Americans. If you didn’t know this let me explain it to you. They make a little book, that can easily fit into your shirt pocket. It contains The articles of confederation, The preamble to the Constitution, The Constitution and the Amendments thereof. It is written in easily understandable language that any American with an education beyond the sixth grade should be able to grasp

When a fellow American thinks the right of free travel means “no charge” my eyes roll back in my head. When a poster uses the Term “ZONE” in a comment, and someone can find the guts to post something so insane like; there are no zones in warfare it makes me want to drink myself into a stupor. When I was in the military we were taught how to fight and survive from a fox hole. One of the methods used when shooting down range was called overlapping fields of fire IE: Zones. We also hade what was called the KILL ZONE. I played a game when I was younger called Battle Zone…. Based on the flawed logic of this lot, Every male child departing from Germany that enters this country should be cavity searched to be sure they do not have a Panzerfaust hidden in their rectum right?

I wonder if the fanatical supporters (employees?) of the TSA are aware that I, a simple hayseed from Ohio could have stopped the 911 hijackings in their tracks, with the help of a few more brave souls, and if there were time for radio contact, I could have saved EVERY PLANE? Every man on those planes (I imagine) was equipped to dispatch the box cutters in a matter of seconds..

I am also amazed at the PC crowd and how they can look at me with a straight face and say, “ well yes I am aware there is certain demographic that has committed these atrocities, but we can’t single them out because (insert lame excuse here).” If you are not profiling the people you come in contact with out in public, , I hate to say this, but, you are polluting our gene pool and we should not be making laws to save you from your own ignorance, natural selection should be taking it’s course.

The wife and I have refused to fly for about 4 years now. The last time we flew were coming back from Mexico and as the obedient robots we have become, we were in line and had to place our metal items in the baskets, so we took off our shoes (as we had been conditioned to do) and placed them in the baskets. A man in uniform came up with a big smile and said senior, this isn’t America, you can put your shoes back on. When we arrived at Cleveland International The TSA people treated all with disdain, Many commented how they felt like criminals. It was really surreal. We had a long layover at cleveland, and from where we ate lunch we could watch these people in action. It freaked us out. We were stunned at how WE were suddenly the enemy. We agreed that we had enough and have not flown since. We vacation within an easy drive of our home. So yes we feel we ARE being denied our rights. But I am lucky (right now anyway). I am not forced to fly for business, but what about the many who are? I know a guy, the vice president of pretty big company. He flew 3-5 days a week. Not anymore. He was removed from a flight because of his refusal to submit, and has not flown since. He now spends his life driving to and fro.

This one is for the sheeple: The Constitution. READ IT. LEARN IT, LIVE IT.

Alright, if you read this far let me quickly explain how the planes could have been saved in less than 30 seconds, this could save your life someday, even a group of the most emasculated men America has to offer can stop a knife attack in it’s tracks, especially in a confined place such as a plane. If you can’t run away to avoid an attack (always the first option) 1:Take off your belt and fold it in half. Hold folded belt in either an 8 o‘clock and 2 o‘clock position or (10 and 4) you have just rendered an attack futile (hopefully you can see this). Or, 2: Hold belt by Buckle end and flick it as you would a whip towards your attackers eyes. Hopefully you can see how a few men with no background in self defense could have easily taken these scumbags down in a matter of seconds? Ok enough it is 11/21/2010, sunny and mid 60’s here in Oh ho ho. May as well go catch sum rays.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:21 PM
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you pat down my upper thy
you be touching my unit
Cops have done this before
"Is that all you?" they say...EVERY TIME I have been searched.
how do you know the kid doesn't have one down to his knee?

or is that what they are looking for?
and to say they are not slipping into the kids pants when it is unclear but appears that they do, after they have been caught lying that they don't do it is well...disingenious


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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:22 PM
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Originally posted by ParkerCramer
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you are arguing symantics right now, it would seem that both you and the previous poster agree that its the parents responsibility.

now i agree it is a parents responsibility to protect there children, but we are not witnessing this child being subjected to this by any individual, this is OUR GOVERNMENT. this changes the whole scenario.

that parent had the choice of cooperating, or refusing.

we all saw the outcome of cooperating, now if they refused they would of had to wait for local law enforcement, they would of been subjected to a 10,000 fine, and probably would of been detained by law enforcement, which would of put the child possibly in the position of being handed over to child protective services.

now, there is a third option, like any good parent, if you saw your child being molested, you would probably defend your child, now heres the slippery slope, those are government employees, that would be a federal offense.


let me ask you this, are you saying that you new, prior to seeing this video that the tsa was going to start strip searching our children in public, and you did not warn us???

you are using the parents should of known as your defense, so, why should they of known?? please tell us.



ID rather a 10,000 dollar fine then let my kid get GROPED/MOLESTED what ever you call it!!! Yes i would of SWAM HOME I WOULD OF WALKED HOME TOOK a boat home a train home or drove home other then LET MY KID GET MOLESTED.. The parents let this happen.
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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:25 PM
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The whole reason for having TSA in the first place is flawed. It wasn't Muslim terrorists that attacked us Sept. 11th 2001, it was Israel's Mossad. Three buildings came down that day. One of them wasn't hit by a plane. So that one haf to have been a controlled demolition, which means they all were. A group of Israelis were celebrating and high-fiving each other in a parking lot right when it happened. They later took off and disappeared from the country when they became wanted. Dr. Alan Sabrosky, Director at the US Army War College said of Israel: "not only did they attack the USS Liberty, they did 911...100% certain." (This info can be found on a recent thread.)

I know someone that work for TSA and he admitted that it's still easy and possible to hijack a plane in late 2010. He was telling me about these naked body scanners this past summer, before all the hype flared up. The thing that gets me the most is forcing people to get irradiated.

Israel is an enemy of the US, wake up people.



posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:26 PM
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one israeli security company that provides airport security
is the company that has let ALL the BOMBERS and HIJAKERS through
whats that say?
including the underwear bomber
who we now know
was a total state departement op by ADMISSION
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posted on Nov, 21 2010 @ 01:33 PM
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If you think this is bad, you should see the youtube video about a three year old getting a patdown, but someone does point out that it is an old video, when the TSA wore white shirts instead of blue.It is very obvious that the man did grope the young boy, and the entire procedure is so totally unnecessary. That video is even more outrageous than this, because this does not show that much. But a three year old being treated in this manner is very disgusting to see.



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