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I have seen no law that says that I must be searched,
A picture of Transportation Security Administration agents patting down an 8-month-old baby at Kansas City International Airport has sparked controversy over what constitutes an actual terror threat on airplanes.
Later, the TSA released the following statement: "TSA has reviewed the screening of this family and determined that the officers involved followed proper current screening procedures. After the child’s stroller alarmed during explosives screening, officers followed protocol to conduct additional screening on members of the family, who were very cooperative."
I know how to fly small planes, but I cannot afford one. Even that would not help me when I have to fly out of the country.
Originally posted by anumohi
learn to fly a plane, then they can kiss your ass
I bet the corporate elites flying in corporate jets don't get their genitals inspected by TSA, they have hookers for that
Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Chapter XII, Subchapter C contains Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) rules for civil aviation security.
Part 1542 Airport Security
Requires airport operators to adopt and carry out a security program approved by TSA. It describes requirements for security programs, including establishing secured areas, air operations areas, security identification display areas, and access control systems. This part also contains requirements for fingerprint-based criminal history record checks of specified individuals. This part describes the requirements related to Security Directives issued to airport operators.
Part 1544 Aircraft Operator Security: Air Carriers and Commercial Operators
Applies to certain aircraft operators holding operating certificates for scheduled passenger operations, public charter passenger operations, private charter passenger operations, and other aircraft operators. This part requires such operators to adopt and carry out a security program approved by TSA. It contains requirements for screening of passengers and property. This part also describes requirements applicable to law enforcement officers flying armed aboard an aircraft, as well as requirements for fingerprint based criminal history record checks of specified individuals. This part describes the requirements related to Security Directives issued to aircraft operators.