TSA discriminates against disabled





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Published on Apr 1, 2013

The TSA has abused another passenger with disabilities. Sai Zai suffers from a neurological disorder that causes episodic muteness and muscle spams. That means that he sometimes becomes mute and gets bad shakes. To curb this his doctor has insisted he keep juice with him, but TSA agents recently refused to let him bring his drink through a security checkpoint. When Zai loses the ability to speak, he uses pen and paper to communicate - but the TSA took those away too. According to Zai, this was not the first time he faced the humiliation at the hands of the TSA. He joins us to explain.
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