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Our TSA ordeal

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Published on Sep 25, 2012

My brother began filming at Norfolk VA airport after I refused to proceed with my pat-down because I was told by the TSA agent that she would be touching my behind over and over again until I didn't flinch. She also told me that I had to let her touch my other private areas with the backs of her hands or I would not be permitted to fly.
I was given a second pat-down on camera which was much less invasive than the first. This experience inspired my idea for the Opt Out and Film campaign. Go to www.Facebook.com/OptOutAndFilm for more info.

The TSA agent who gave me the first pat-down also gave my mom a pat-down on camera and complained that my brother is violating her rights by filming it. Oh the irony!

For research on the health risks associated with the Millimeter Wave body scanners see: http://www.naturalnews.com/027913_ful...

Follow me on Twitter @ashleyjessica
Follow the Opt Out and Film Campaign @OptOutAndFilm

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