posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 10:55 AM
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She was not strip searched. She voluntarily arrived at the airport dressed like that, beneath a "trench coat", which she removed herself. Also, she
has previously posed nude in Playboy, indicating she is not ashamed to be seen in a state of undress.
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Wheel chairs have metal frames, therefore it would not be allowed through a metal detector. TSA rules are for agents to physically inspect the chair,
with the person still seated if they are unable to stand unassisted.
This story is very convoluted. The assumptions and comments are based on a conglomeration of more than one trip to airports. From a cursory search of
Google, including words from her own mouth, it seems to be from about 4. She says she has gone through airport security, dressed like this "3 or 4
times", since being subjected to an "unpleasant search", before that.
It doesn't help the cause of changing the current TSA procedures, when everyone continues to embellish stories of "abuse" or to flat out lie about
them. In this case, Banovac has not made a complaint about the incident depicted in the OP video. So, perhaps, there should be an outcry against the
person who recorded the video, for "ogling" and exploiting the plight of a disabled woman. And, what about the guy who admitted he wanted video of
the scantily clad woman, on his own phone? It didn't really sound like his interest was in defending her honor.
Instead, the TSA agent in the video, who is clearly acting in a professional manner, standing stoically at his station, is accused of "ogling".