TSA Treats 95-Year-Old Wheelchair-Bound Veteran Like a "Terrorist," $300 Stolen

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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 10:27 PM
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Originally posted by burntheships
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Oh, so thats why most people are smart enough to keep thier clothes on,
untill they are strip searched.

Not to mention that they could subject you to mental tortue also, if they deem
you mentally unstable from a situation in which you challenge them.



ETA I meant to say aBOYCOTT. I now realize my error.

BOYCOTT BOYCOTT

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It's already mental torture for people who have endured rape or sexual abuse.




posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
Never flying to the US until these parasites are gone. I have heard many others here in the UK say the same. Why the hell the American people don't do something about it is beyond me. TSA = Absolute madness.


Um many have family across the country and family does count. Others its work. Some of the more important works, ie, not just corporate type, but creating your dream job, sharing your talents or trying to wake up, something I wish I could overcome my chronic fatigue to create myself, involves flying. Transporation is a RIGHT Not a privilege as some social darwinists claim, so is being equal and free and sharing in all the true technologies. Being wide awake and not standing under these empires too.

That being said, I wouldnt fly at all, have never been patted down. And wouldn't live far away from my kids and family.
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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 10:38 PM
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What concerns me more is at some point there will be a dramatic turn around of the TSA then something will happen in order for the TSA to up their game even more.



posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 10:50 PM
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Originally posted by groingrinder
Somebody should start a dossier on TSA employees. They should be followed and photographed and their names and addresses made public.


Absolutely. Ostracize them!

If you ever have the (mis)fortune of meeting one outside of the airport. Make sure you let them know how you feel, publicly. I am not talking be a raving lunatic, but don't lower your voice. Don't cuss. Be polite and let them know what you think, in a tone anyone standing near-by can hear. Then just walk away. If you are in a bar and meet one, ladies, toss a drink in their face and walk away. Guys, well, it is a bar, do whatever you do in that place.

Don't open doors for them, don't let them take the cab you hailed, don't bless them when they sneeze.
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posted on Apr, 20 2012 @ 11:24 PM
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Yes, so very true. I recall one person who wrote about the trauma that was caused
by the TSA, and then the TSA sued the woman for her public comments.


If thou protest too much, like the man who stripped, they will order you a
psyc eval. 5150 and who knows what happens after that.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 12:58 AM
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The TSA is the only government bureaucracy (advertised on pizza boxes) where it’s applicants are required to fail IQ tests as a prerequisite for employment.

How do we know that TSA worker’s filthy latex gloves are not infected with dangerous and deadly viruses like Staph Infections, STDs, Gonorrhea, HIV and AIDS? Remember, these plastic badged clowns don’t even bother to change their gloves after intimately fondling people’s genitals, even those with diarrhea.

And these clowns want to put their filthy hands on your food and groceries too!

The TSA never caught a single “terrorist”, but if you Google “TSA Caught Stealing”, you will see 233,000 + hits, and that’s not counting the ones who haven’t been caught yet. As for it’s DNA Splitting, and Radioactive pornographic ‘body scanners’? This too has been proven less than worthless…
www.tsaoutofourpants.wordpress.com...

As long as Americans continue to collectively tolerate the TSA’s idiotic Communist Bolshevism, this kind of degrading rubbish will only get worse, replete with ‘rectal probes’ and even more Radically obscene Bolshevik-Style ‘tactics’!

Another concern is this; if lawmakers like Rep John Boehner are able to bypass any US airport screenings (a Violation of the Fourth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause!) , then why should Law Abiding US Citizens tolerate TSA’s lewd violations of our Fourth Amendment Rights?

There is a poetic Darwinism about this. Since the TSA’s ignorant workers spend 7 + hours a day within close proximity to Radioactive Terrahertz Radiation (TSA lied about that too), the TSA worker’s own DNA protein communications will eventually become so corrupted that they will soon become unemployable (and universally despised) Cancer Patients. As a matter of fact, it’s already starting to occur: www.tgdaily.com...

This is akin to what happened to East Germany when the Berlin Wall was raised. If Americans continue to tolerate these Domestic Bolshevik Terrorists, their bizarre and lewd Domestic War Crimes abuses will only get worse.

It is downright eerie to see Americans still standing at airports with their hands raised in the universal language of surrender -
-to Universally Despised Pond Scum.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 06:05 AM
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I am constantly amazed at the things the American people will put up with. All it is going to take is more of you to say no.

Same goes for the rest of us too because we all let sht happen daily that ought not to.

I'm as scared as anyone to get hurt but if it were for any cause opposing the likes of this story - I'd be glad to jump in the fight as long as I knew I wasn't alone.

Time to gang up on these mf's.



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posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 06:14 AM
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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
Since all government operates by theft either openly or as in this case on the sly I'd call it business as usual.
Sad that someone that old who has served his country is treated this way.
He seems very lucid and intelligent and I'm sure he's not making anything up.
The TSA goons thought they had an easy $300 that day.
I hope they get their pathetic butts fired and he gets his money back.
Too late for his dignity thoughy.
This is exactly why I will never fly again.
I see no reason to end up in jail for exercising my 4th amendment rights.




A gang of thieves writ large.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 06:25 AM
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Nothing to see here. Wasn't John Wilkes Booth 95 when he slapped Lincoln around and jumped off a balcony? And if I recall correctly Lee Harvey Oswald was in his late 80s? Whenever I see a 90-something I keep my hand on my wallet. So if the TSA has to get it's jollies by harrasing the elderly, more power to them (because they're going to take it anyway).



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 06:30 AM
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Your Guess is as good as mine. Texas passed legislation to prevent the crap and the Federal Government told Texas that it would declare a No-Fly Zone if Texas did not comply with Federal mandates. Guess what, one of the toughest no crap taking states in the Union backed down and reversed the legislation.

UKers don't get it half as bad as Americans do. Why the hell Americans have no revolted in masses is beyond me.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 07:39 AM
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you know what is the craziest part of this whole disgraceful thing. People here will defend the TSA. I swear sometimes I wish an asteroid would come crashing down on us for the way we think.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 08:14 AM
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I'm not shocked by this at all. TSA agents are in the same class as cops(pigs), CO's and security guards. Give someone a little bit of power, it goes to their heads and they become despicable humans. I recently got arrested for a non-violent victimless crime and you would have thought I was armed, dangerous and holding hostages(after already offing a few) by the pigs actions. Then there's the CO's, absolutely horrible the way they treat people in jail, most of whom are in for ridiculous "crimes" and shouldn't even be there but the system doesn't make any money if you aren't in it.. I also have had run-in's with security guards at some of Las Vegas' "finer" hotels and they are just as bad. They all think they are King S*** of Turd Mountain.

Heck, at least the pigs and CO's didn't steal my stuff. Quite sad they would do this at all, let alone to a 95 year old. Pathetic.

The tipping point will happen, maybe not today or tomorrow but it will happen and all these frakkers better watch out. Those who are disgraces to humanity, well, I have no sympathy for them and wouldn't pee on one if they were on fire.

I still have to deal with the courts for my "crimes" but every day I wake up pissed off at what happened. I'm not a criminal yet now I have a record and will have to jump through ridiculous mandated hoops that will only piss me off more and will not make me change my ways, at all. I wish there was someplace, some society somewhere, that is a little saner than the USA, but I don't know of that place.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 08:19 AM
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Yes, indeed, I do not think there are such things as international terrorists. According to an abundance of info I have read on the matter in various books, I realise the media are merely a vehicle for for the government to justifying to their population their means of creating conflicts i.e to blame someone else for an excuse for violating our privacy and therefore controlling the population e.g. the Twin Towers were not bombed by terrorists! Anyone with half a brain (who has examined the evidence) would realise that.

There are multiple people on this site that hosted a thread about 911. Hope you all understand how corrupt (our), the British government and the American administration are; I'm sure you are as being members of ATS, you do.

My auntie coming from Canada to England to visit us had a very expensive bottle of maple syrup confiscated off her due to it being a terrorist threat! What?. I think they take these things and sell them otherwise one cannot board their plane if they do not "hand them over".

Regards,
Spacemon.
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posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 08:22 AM
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My oldest son is getting married out in California this October.
I hate like hell that I won't be there but I refuse to go through any of this TSA nonsense.
I'm glad he understands but I've been this way his entire life and he knows dad won't shop at Walmart, patronize any restaurant that refuses concealed carrys, go to any event where security wants to "look through your things".
So, he really kind of expected that answer from me.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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He seems very lucid and intelligent and I'm sure he's not making anything up.
The TSA goons thought they had an easy $300 that day.


as you decuced this by pop-psychology watching a 30second vid clip

dont you thing the TSA would have formed a better oppinion of him during an allegedly " prolonged " searc procedure ?



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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Yeah, that's why I USE everything they want to confiscate. They tried to take some of my stuff when I last traveled. I sprayed an entire can of deodorant into my sneakers and person. I drank all soft drinks in huge gulps and ate all food they wanted to take. I felt like a smelly fat person but they didn't get a free lunch from me. The deodorant was nice though. Best smelling sneakers I own.

The only reason I did this is because I saw them dividing up the spoils of their endeavors as a door opened and one of them came out. I refused to be one of the jackasses in that situation. Just out of spite and for the principle of it all.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 09:28 AM
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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
reply to post by getreadyalready
 


My oldest son is getting married out in California this October.
I hate like hell that I won't be there but I refuse to go through any of this TSA nonsense.
I'm glad he understands but I've been this way his entire life and he knows dad won't shop at Walmart, patronize any restaurant that refuses concealed carrys, go to any event where security wants to "look through your things".
So, he really kind of expected that answer from me.


Working as intended..

Without you even realising it you are totally under the control of your government. They are going against your principles in order to keep you right where you are. In your home, unwilling to go to your own son's marriage..

Sad really.. And i don't mean this as a personal attack.. The entire situation is just sad.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 09:37 AM
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My main concern on reading the article and the OP, is the comments made by the investigating officers from San Diego Harbor Police, regarding the CCTV evidence from the location. They said that it was "Too blurry". Too blurry for what exactly? Are they really saying, that security video systems at an AIRPORT are too blurry for a US citizen, a cop, to recognise a brick of the currency of his homeland?

There are only two conclusions that one can draw from this. First and foremost, is that there can be no excuse for an airport carrying any but the latest in video surveillance gear. Considering the risks that are (supposedly) posed when an aircraft takes off, to the security of the USA, one would have thought that all possible security measures would have been taken, inclusive of the constant updating and perfection of the CCTV system. There is no way that if a block of cash cannot be identified due to blurry pictures, that a remote detonator switch could be told apart from the controler for an RC vehicle, a remote for a television, or any other bloody thing for that matter. Since the TSA and the security services are there supposedly to protect the public from terrorists trying to get on the planes, one would of thought HD CCTV would have to be the bloody minimum, at least capable of identifying the easily recognised Franklins that must have been on display.

Second, if the CCTV images are NOT too blurry, that means that the police persons who examined the tape must have been instructed to find no evidence by thier employer or other federal powers. That stinks worse to me than the first option. Its one thing not installing the correct gear at a high risk location like an airport, but if the police are complicit in the crimes of officials who abuse thier power, then US citizens have an awful lot more to worry about than the removal of three hundred dollars of thier spending money. I realise this is quite a sum, but it pales in comparison to the harrowing truth that in a world where interagency co-operation in the theft of money from old people is a likely event, imagine what the hell else these people colude with one another on! They could be running whorehouses, police as doormen, and TSA as internal security! If no one is watching the damned watchmen.... need I say more?



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 10:22 AM
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Originally posted by jjkenobi
I am amazed that all these people still fly. Boycott the airlines til this crap changes!




Boycotting the airlines won't change it unfortunately. They are now at bus stations, train station, and yes, even on the road now. Might as well board up the house and duct tape the windows.



TSA aren't just for airlines anymore





"We are not the Airport Security Administration," said Ray Dineen, the air marshal in charge of the TSA office in Charlotte. "We take that transportation part seriously." The TSA's 25 "viper" teams — for Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response — have run more than 9,300 unannounced checkpoints and other search operations in the last year. Department of Homeland Security officials have asked Congress for funding to add 12 more teams next year.



posted on Apr, 21 2012 @ 10:32 AM
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I've got a good idea to start fighting back at this: it's called NAME AND SHAME!

Do the TSA child molesters wear name tags? If not, then we must make them? PROTEST, PROTEST, PROTEST!

Once we know their names, we ridicule them all over the internet when they step out of line.

PAID CRIMINALS!!! THAT'S ALL THE TSA ARE!!!!!!!!!





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