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TSA: Paid to “cop a feel”?

Leslie Brown

A former TSA employee has raised concern about the number of “federal hands” on what were formerly referred to as, “private parts”.

“Private parts” aren’t so private anymore, nor is anything else, thanks to the NSA snooping through our personal information.

Communism has been a failure, everywhere, every time it’s been tried. Of course history would have told us as much.

That’s why we’ve been both “dumbing” down, and indoctrinating students for decades in this country. Not to mention stupid people are easier to molest; they’re more like kids

The recent story of two Transportation Security Administration screeners at Denver International Airport manipulating full-body scanners in order to grope men’s crotches is disturbing, but it came as no surprise to me.

Over the course of my six years with the TSA, the leveraging of rules and surveillance tools to abuse passengers was a daily checkpoint occurrence. Has the TSA screener searching your luggage suddenly decided to share with you the finer points of official bag-search procedure just as your final boarding call is being announced? There’s a good chance that he or she just doesn’t like you. Or in some cases, as we’ve seen, it may be that the screener finds you attractive and wants to use the TSA rules as an excuse to get his or her hands on you.

Time.com

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