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Naked truth behind naked body scanners

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Uploaded on Nov 16, 2010

John Tyner, a California man, became a national sensation when he recorded his encounter during an airport security pat down. After the exchange was recorded on his cell phone, Tyner uploaded the video and shortly after - it went viral. The mainstream media had a field day, reporting the pros and cons of body scanning machines and patdowns in the name of security. But one question they failed to ask is: who is behind the push for the body scanners? Turns out, former secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, now runs a security and risk management firm and one of his clients is Rapiscan, one of the biggest manufacturers of body scanning machines in the country. While the mainstream media continues to interview Chertoff about the value of body scanning machines, they fail to point out that he can benefit from the implementation of the machines.

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