posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 09:25 PM
Yes. Kudo's to that intelligent, well informed, and brave officer. Too often in these situations, the accused are immediately assumed and treated as
if they were in the wrong. That in itself is WRONG. The law here in these United States (that my family fought for in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam) still
states we are innocent until proven guilty....regardless of what some airport "spokesman" makes up on-the-spot. They should have also printed out
the rules listed on the airport site as well, and handed him a copy of their own rules (as a refresher, of course).
In addition, since the airport is on public (state) land, and employs federal employees in its daily business, they CANNOT write and enforce rules
that violate state, federal, and Constitutional Law. If they want to do that, then PURCHASE the land and hire your own employees (like small