Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
Reply to post by g146541
That is a strawman.
The government must respect the individuals Constitutional rights, this case being the 4th Amendment.
Published 01:43 10.01.10
Latest update 15:10 10.01.10
Israeli firm blasted for letting would-be plane bomber slip through
Screening system developed by ICTS International should have flagged Nigerian passenger as security threat.
By Yossi Melman
Tags: Israel news
The Israeli firm ICTS International (not to be confused with ICTS Europe, which is a different company), and two of its subsidiaries are at the crux of an international investigation in recent days, as experts try to pinpoint the reasons for the security failure that enabled Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to board Northwest flight 253 and attempt to set alight explosives hidden in his underwear.
The Israeli Military Aircraft
Company Tied To 9-11
By Christopher Bollyn
10- 15 -7
A little-known and privately-held aircraft leasing company created by the Israeli military intelligence is connected to the Mossad-run airport security and passenger screening company at the center of the "false flag" terror network of 9-11.
Originally posted by cloaked4u
reply to post by boondock-saint
There would not be any attacks if the people at the airport did their job. Scan them all, seach, search, search. If the terrorists call it groping, so be it. At least they will get caught. Don't stop there either. Search the homes also. Police need no probable cause, just search and get rid of the vermon.
Originally posted by daddio
WRONG, when you purchase a ticket for the plane ride, YOU have all the Jurisdiction in the world and the airlines is limited. YOU are PAYING for the opportunity and NOT the privilege of travel, no different than a taxi cab. The airline, if they want to stay in business would do well to understand transactions, you buy a pass and that pass LIMITS the ability of the airline to illegally search and sieze personal property. Common Law and NOT commercial law, you are not a corporate entity therefore no corporate contract exists and the airline has NO RIGHT unless we agree. NO CONSENT.
A boisterous group of protesters angry over the Texas Senate’s failure to vote on the airport groping bill tried to enter the public gallery this afternoon and were blocked by state troopers. Shouting “treason” and “cowards” and carrying signs and placards, the group of perhaps as many as 100 people entered the State Capitol shortly after 3 p.m. and first went to the House chamber.
A few other states are pending legislation that will start to limit how much TSA can humiliate, ogle, squeeze, etc us. Of course, the feds will come back saying federal law trumps state law. So we’re most likely going to be felt up for the next few years by the unemployable-elsewhere TSA goons until we can get some new blood in Washington. But at least it’s a start. Go Texas, go to hell TSA!
Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
reply to post by boondock-saint
Hes trolling Boon. See the troll avatar, and note that he is saying exactly the opposite of what most people in the thread are arguing?
At least he is a fun troll. Obvious, clear, cute lil troll pic.