How to protest against TSA full-body scanners

November 25, 2010 · 1 comment

4th amendment wear” group offers a clever clothing idea to fight TSA full-body scanners without saying a word. The underwear has the 4th amendment of the US Constitution printed with mettalic inc, visible to the scanners and obviously the officer in charge. That’s a clever way to protest without saying a word.

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Lightbeam January 1, 2011 at 2:37 am

Actually the fact that people can take the option of being physically 'patted down' instead of going through the scanners
rather defeats the purported reason for having any checks at all before being allowed to fly.In the case of any intended
'suicide' terrorist bomber it would be easy to get a bomb on board a plane simply by having it implanted into a female
terrorists breasts or even by another orifice .How would mere groping by a TSA official detect such a bomb on a
person ? Yep. if passenger safety is truly the reason behind these measures of security checks then clearly the
american public should be demanding all orifices to be fully examined before passengers are allowed to travel by
air. (It's often the obvious flaw in the official purpose which becomes their achilles heel.


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