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Not Just Refusing The TSA Will Get You Arrested - Now Recording Their Molestations Will Too!

Mother with son in bed

Be ever vigilent for these terrorists living amongst you.  Report to the proper authorities upon sighting them. Do not approach as they are very dangerous and likely to kill anyone upon sight.

Thanks to Jim Treacher over at The Daily Caller, we have further reports on TSA's molestation and perversion of American citizens.  You have heard, I'm sure, of the people being arrested for refusing to be X-rayed or groped.  Now, you can be arrested for video'ing the TSA's molestations.  They will confiscate your cameras as well.

    Wolanyk said he knew what was coming and took off his pants and shirt, leaving him in Calvin Klein bike undergarments.

    “It was obvious that my underwear left nothing to the imagination,” he explained. “But that wasn’t enough for the TSA supervisor who was called to the scene and asked me to put my clothes on so I could be properly patted down…”

    Once Harbor Police arrested Wolanyk, he was handcuffed and paraded through two separate airport terminals in his underwear to the Harbor Police office located inside a different terminal at the airport than Wolanyk had originally gone through during his TSA security process.

    The incident was confirmed by Harbor Police Sergeant Rakos who said Wolanyk was arrested on two misdemeanors, “failing to complete the security process; violation code 7.01 and illegally recording the San Diego Airport Authority (they confiscated his iPhone); violation number 7.14 (a).”

A woman who was recording the incident was also arrested.

If people are confused and frustrated because they’re being treated like terrorist suspects for the crime of buying a plane ticket, the best thing to do is arrest them. It’s simply the best PR move possible.

And further updates:

Lets get the facts straight first. Before the video started the boy went through a metal detector and didn’t set it off but was selected for a pat down. The boy was shy so the TSA couldn’t complete the full pat on the young boy.

The father tried several times to just hold the boys arms out for the TSA agent but i guess it didn’t end up being enough for the guy. I was about 30 ft away so i couldn’t hear their conversation if there was any. The enraged father pulled his son shirt off and gave it to the TSA agent to search, thats when this video begins…

After I finished videotaping the incident I went through the check point myself. I collected my things and went over to talk to the father and son. Before I could get to them a man in a black suit who had been talking with the other TSA officials approached me.

He asked to speak to me and I obliged, wondering what was to come. He then proceeded to interrogate me about why I was videotaping the “procedures of the TSA”. I told him that I had never seen such practices before on a young child and decided to record it.

The man being frustrated at this point demanded to know my plans with the video, of which I didn’t respond. Repeatedly he asked me to delete the video,...

Once again, we are provenpushed in to the belief that not all muslims are terrorists.  Many 3-year old boys and girls are terrrorists though.  The TSA is too busy treating terrorists like citizens and citizens like terrorists to even begin to see the problems that are mounting.

Hey, TSA.  Hands Off Our Tea Bags!!!

Something to think about.  Were any terrorists stopped, captured, or detained by security screening peopleprocedures?!?

[UPDATE] The site About FourSquare takes an amusing parody of this insanity:

“Looks like you’ve had your baggage handled. Happy Holidays and have a safe flight!”

(H/T to YidWithLid via Twitter)



#1 DMartyr 22-Nov-2010

The irony is, the TSA claims videotaping is allowed!

We don’t prohibit public, passengers or press from photographing, videotaping, or filming at screening locations. You can take pictures at our checkpoints as long as you’re not interfering with the screening process or slowing things down. We also ask that you do not film or take pictures of our monitors.

No, they don't prohibit video, but they'll arrest you for some reason if you do film it...

These TSA agents are arrogant jackasses who seem - from their perfect acceptence of unconstituitional orders - to enjoy molesting and dominating people.

#2 captainfish 23-Nov-2010

Isn't that ironic?!?

The fact that they tell us it is for our own good, our safety, and that we wouldn't really understand the reasons, are all HUGE SIGNS that our rights are being sucked away.

If it is for our own good, then why not have chemical sniffers in every car and truck linked online to the FBI?  Why not have every car equipped with an alcohol breath test device?  Why not have these microwave scanners on the public cameras that are propping up even in neighborhoods?  That way they can know if ANYONE is carrying guns.  They already know where you are all the time.

If would be for our own good.

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